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Did White House Ignore Report Last Summer Warning Of Texas Border Crisis?

July 20, 2014 03:46:58 pm

Nearly a year before President Obama declared a humanitarian crisis on the border, a team of experts arrived in Brownsville, Tx., and discovered a makeshift transportation depot for a deluge of foreign children, the Washington Post reports. Thirty Border Patrol agents were assigned to drive the children to off-site showers, wash their clothes and make them sandwiches. As soon as those children were put in temporary shelters, more arrived. An average of 66 were apprehended each day and more than 24,000 cycled through Texas patrol stations in 2013. In a report to the Department of Homeland Security, the team from the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) raised alarms about the federal government’s capacity to manage a situation that was expected to grow worse.

The report was among warning signs conveyed to the Obama administration over the past two years as a surge of Central American minors crossed into south Texas illegally. More than 57,000 have entered the U.S. this year, swamping federal resources and catching the government unprepared. The administration did too little to heed  warnings, said former government officials, outside experts and immigrant advocates, leading to an inadequate response that contributed to this summer’s escalating crisis. Federal officials viewed the situation as a “local problem,” said Victor Manjarrez, a former Border Patrol station chief who led the study. Cecilia Muñoz, Obama’s domestic policy adviser, said the “trend was more like a hockey stick, going up and up and up. Nobody could have predicted the scale of the increase we saw this year. The minute we saw it, we responded in an aggressive way.”

Clovis man indicted for murder in vacant home

Clovis man indicted for murder in vacant home
KRQE News 13
CLOVIS, N.M. (KRQE) – A grand jury has indicted a Clovis man on second-degree murder charges for killing another man inside of a vacant home. Police say 40-year-old Eric Valdez confessed to fatally shooting 33-year-old Jose Barrera. Police say Barrera …
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Police: Man with gun threatened family, shot by officer in Vancouver

Police: Man with gun threatened family, shot by officer in VancouverKPTV.comA man with a gun who threatened to harm his family members was shot by an officer in Vancouver, according to police. Police were called out to a home on Northeast 37th Street j…

Murder suspect indicted

Murder suspect indictedShelby StarSchuyler Mark Camp, 59, was originally charged with murder, several counts of assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill law enforcement officers and possession of a firearm by a felon in June after he allegedly …

Two men killed in shooting outside Panorama City 7-Eleven identified

Two men who were fatally shot outside a Panorama City 7-Eleven on Thursday have been identified by coroners’ officials as police continued Sunday to hunt two suspects still at large Sunday.

The victims were identified as Maron States, 26, of La Puente and Miles DeShawn, 19, of Panorama City, said Lt. Fred Corral of the Los Angeles County Department of Coroner’s Investigations Unit. The precise cause of death was still pending Sunday morning.

A third man, who was also standing outside the store, was shot in the leg and was taken to a local hospital for treatment, officials said.

A radio call went out at 5:55 a.m. Thursday of an assault with a deadly weapon and shots fired outside the 7-Eleven at 8243 N. Sepulveda Boulevard, said Sgt. S. Carlsen, a watch commander with LAPD’s Mission Station. The suspects approached the victims, some type of verbal altercation ensued, and they pulled out their guns and shot them, Carlsen said. The suspects, both Hispanic, said they were in gang territory when they shot them, she said.

One of the suspects was identified as Angel Santana, 29, who is about 5-foot-7 and weighs 150 pounds. He is missing his left eye and has tattoos over his left eyebrow, right jaw and right side of his neck, officials said in a statement, noting that Santana should be considered “armed and dangerous.”

He drives a tan 2005 Ford F-150 pickup truck, license 7U83839 (CA) and he may be trying to cross the Southwest border, officials said.

The suspects were last seen fleeing westbound on Roscoe from the store, officials said.

Thousands rally over alleged police inaction after 6-year-old girl was raped …

Thousands rally over alleged police inaction after 6-year-old girl was raped
New York Daily News
More than 4,000 parents and relatives of children who attend the school in Bangalore, India’s technology hub, shouted slogans against the school’s administration and demanded that police arrest those involved in the July 2 incident, which was reported