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Smugglers using rocks to attack Border Patrol agents

“Most of those involved Border Patrol agents, he said” writes Kate Morrissey for latimes.com. While Congress and the White House debate whether and where to add security measures along the southwest border, Border Patrol agents in San Diego hope that the result will help mitigate complications caused by fog.Mark Conover, a deputy U.S. attorney for the Southern District of California, has been working on border cases for over a decade. “It does appear as though our Border Patrol agents are regularly under attack at the border,” Conover said, when asked…

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Even David Ortiz is wondering why MLB free agency has been so slow this…

“Spring training is fast approaching and a host of key free agents remain on the open market” reports sportingnews.com. David Ortiz no longer plays in MLB, but the former All-Star and current Fox Sports analyst wants to know when this year’s class of free agents is actually going to pick a team. The Yankees won the Giancarlo Stanton sweepstakes, and the Cardinals nabbed Marcell Ozuna, but free agency has been slow moving. Source: sportingnews.com Share This:

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Don’t believe Moby’s story about his ‘CIA friends’

“The distinction matters in that CIA agents are those recruited by CIA officers abroad and would never reveal their identity to Moby, let alone talk with him” writes Tom Rogan for washingtonexaminer.com. Second, note that Moby refers to his supposed sources as “active and former CIA agents.”. Fourth, Moby’s “Trump wants a war with Iran claim” is far too simplistic to represent anything more than a flippant remark from someone in the intelligence community.Expanding on these claims in the radio interview, Moby explained that he has “managed to make a…

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Woman killed in front of terrified shoppers inside travel agents after domestic incident

“A man has been arrested on suspicion of murder after a woman who was attacked at a travel agents died” writes Telegraph Reporters for telegraph.co.uk. A 30-year-old man from the Southport area was detained over the incident, which is believed to be domestic related.A Tui spokeswoman said: “We regret to confirm that a female member of staff at our Southport Tui retail store tragically died in an incident today. Source: telegraph.co.uk Share This:

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Immigration agents target 7-Eleven stores in nationwide sweep

“Businesses that hire illegal workers are a pull factor for illegal immigration and we are working hard to remove this magnet,” Homan’s statement said” writes Nick Miroff for sun-sentinel.com. Since his inauguration ICE agents have made 40 percent more arrests.”ICE will continue its efforts to protect jobs for American workers by eliminating unfair competitive advantages for companies that exploit illegal immigration.”. ICE said its agents targeted 98 stores and made 21 arrests, describing the operation as a warning to other companies who may have unauthorized workers on their payroll.ICE described…

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Immigration agents descend on dozens of 7-Eleven stores

“Immigration agents descended on dozens of 7-Eleven convenience stores before dawn Wednesday to begin checking on employees’ immigration status in what officials described as the largest operation against an employer under Donald Trump’s presidency” reports foxbusiness.com. After the inspections, officials planned to look at whether the cases warrant administrative action or criminal investigations, Benner said.The action appears to open a new front in Trump’s expansion of immigration enforcement, which has already brought a 40 percent increase in deportation arrests. Source: foxbusiness.com Share This:

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New guidelines: Border agents need ‘reasonable suspicion’ for ‘advanced’ device searches

“Under the updated policy, border agents are allowed to detain an electronic device or copies of information on the device to perform a more thorough search” reports thehill.com. These searches are those in which agents connect external equipment to a device in order to analyze or copy its contents.Border agents are still allowed to manually search through devices — which could involve sifting through photos, browsing histories or messages — “with or without suspicion,” in what are called basic searches.Under updated guidelines, border agents must have “reasonable suspicion” of violations…

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