The latest of a series of “abuse documentation” reports with troubling findings about the behavior of some U.S. border law enforcement personnel in the El Paso sector, especially CBP officers working at ports of entry.
The latest in a series of updates detailing asylum waitlists and shelter capacity in Mexican border cities.
“In the year since President Biden halted border wall construction,” the Post reports, “his administration has been developing plans to put its own stamp on Trump’s pet project, principally by remediating some of the environmental destruction.”
Aboard the Biden administration’s 198th flight deporting or expelling people to Haiti was the 20,000th migrant sent back to the Caribbean nation since Inauguration Day 2021.
Over a dozen U.S. Marines stationed at Camp Pendleton, California have been court-martialed for smuggling undocumented migrants beginning in 2019.
Presents statistical information about the asylum-seeking migrants placed in the Biden administration’s revived “Remain in Mexico” program in December 2021 and January 2022. (Link at dhs.gov)
A statistical annex to a monthly update provided to the U.S. District Court judge who ordered a restart of the Remain in Mexico program. (link at drive.google.com)
Report from a visit to Remain in Mexico court hearings in El Paso in January 2022.
A government Integrity Committee is investigating DHS’s Inspector General for accusations of ordering a “retaliatory” investigation of subordinates who criticized his management.
A report on August 2021 inspections of CBP and Border Patrol facilities in the San Diego sector. (Link at oig.dhs.gov)
Arizona’s Republican attorney general requests a legal opinion on whether the state has been “invaded” by hostile non-state actors, which in his view would justify the state defending itself with its militia (the Arizona National Guard). (Link at azag.gov)
Asylum seekers, many of them Russian, are seeking to reach U.S. soil through San Diego’s main port of entry from Tijuana. One case led to a December 12, 2021 use of force incident.
An overview of human rights issues, morale problems, and mission questions surrounding the Texas state government’s large National Guard deployment.
Outlines 10 ways in which U.S. and Mexican migration policies are doing harm to women.
An article hails a DHS contractor’s development of Automated Ground Surveillance Vehicles, or “robot dogs,” and discusses their possible use at the U.S.-Mexico border. (Link at dhs.gov)
A thorough look at problems with Texas’s state National Guard deployment to the U.S.-Mexico border under what Gov. Greg Abbott (R) calls “Operation Lone Star.”