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The Billion-Dollar Business of Human and Drug Smuggling

Border Patrol agents Carlos Ruiz apprehends 35 illegal aliens who have just crossed the Rio Grande from Mexico near McAllen, Texas, on April 18, 2019. (Charlotte Cuthbertson/The Epoch Times) The Billion-Dollar Business of Human and Drug Smuggling BY CHARLOTTE CUTHBERTSON May 16, 2019 WASHINGTON—Huge money is flowing straight to the coffers of the Mexican cartels and …

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Private Prisons shrouded in secrecy, enables widespread mistreatment of inmates

Private Prisons Rule With Little Oversight on America’s Border To handle the massive number of immigrants sentenced to prison for re-entering the country, private prisons have sprung up from Arizona to Texas, with little oversight in terms of sanitation and detainee treatment. TUCSON — The smell in the courtroom is overpowering. About 40 men and …

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Mexico More Deadly Than Afghanistan : JunkYard Murders

  Ten thousand dead and counting: Ciudad Juarez, the Mexican city that’s deadlier than Afghanistan REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez Forensic workers are seen at a crime scene where an ambulance had been attacked earlier by gunmen in Ciudad Juarez December 7, 2011. Tens of thousands of people have abandoned Ciudad Juarez, a city wrecked by Mexico’s drug …

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Rivers Of Blood: Surreal Sight Of Mexico`s Drug Wars

‘Blood fountains’ The scene had an almost biblical quality to it. On May 28, the waters of Mexico City’s most famous fountain turned blood-red. It was a surreal sight, but one with a very down-to-earth message: stop Mexico’s drug war. The event was part of a grassroots campaign called “Paremos las balas, pintemos las fuentes” …

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