The Mexican government’s human rights ombusdman reports on the human rights aspects of attempts to form migrant caravans in 2021. (Link at cndh.org.mx)
CBP personnel “did not evaluate unsubstantiated information, and made unsupported conclusions” when they revoked the “trusted” status of two U.S. citizens whom they believed were aiding 2018-19 migrant caravans. (link at oig.dhs.gov)
Finds that CBP took 2,021 formal disciplinary actions against members of its 60,000-person workforce in fiscal year 2020, up from 1,629 actions in 2019. (link at cbp.gov)
A lengthy memo explaining the reasoning behind the Biden administration’s decision to “re-terminate” the Trump-era “Remain in Mexico” policy. (Link at dhs.gov)
Finds that CBP improperly targeted U.S. advocates whom the agency believed had some involvement with 2018-19 migrant caravans through Mexico. (link at oig.dhs.gov)
The Commission finds admissible the case of Anastasio Hernandez, a Mexican citizen who was violently beaten and tasered to death by CBP agents on May 31, 2010.