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Local Cops Should Enforce Immigration Laws

Ask any U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) special agent about his job, and he or she will tell you that the vast majority of people they investigate and arrest for drug trafficking are primarily criminal illegal aliens from Mexico.

Having spent half my 20-year career with the DEA assigned to the Los Angeles division, I arrested my share of Mexican nationals. On one of the few occasions I arrested a Caucasian American citizen, other agents walking by the holding cell did double takes when they saw him. That’s how rare it is for the DEA to arrest an American citizen for major drug trafficking.

Please don’t misunderstand; Mexican nationals don’t have a monopoly on U.S drug trafficking. I’ve worked cases involving Cubans, Iranians, Venezuelans, Thais, Chinese, Cambodians, Nigerians, Frenchmen, Britons, Canadians, Pakistanis, Afghans, Israelis, Bolivians and, of course Colombians, who control the cocaine trade. But the overwhelming number of Mexican nationals I arrested far exceeded all others combined.   More from FamilySecurityMatters


June 11, 2008 - Posted by | BOLO and Crime, Border Security | , ,

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