Immigration Matters

The items posted in this column are provided by George Taylor, a retired Border Patrol agent.


This is how to successfully wage a war on drugs inside the United States.

You go after the people that are bringing the drugs from the border into the community. Not necessarily the street pusher but the trafficker.

Why do people keep coming across the border illegally. Here are a few clues, why: 

Daniel Horowitz · September 18, 2019



Almost there, just need to move the Asylum Officer and Immigration Judge to the tents (plural) on the border.

Video Tape all Hearings and orders.

Daniel Horowitz · September 16, 2019


The latest shooting involving a border agent demonstrates that even with decreased numbers crossing the border, the danger and chaos on the border are just as big a threat as before the crisis began to lessen slightly. The shooting from over the weekend demonstrates that cartel and smuggling activities still need to be countered, even as the number of Central American family units crossing the border decreases. Trump would be wise to push a funding fight for building the wall and defunding sanctuary cities before he loses this last chance of his first term.

Mexican man used smuggled phone to traffic coke, fentanyl

SEPTEMBER 12--An imprisoned illegal immigrant used a smuggled cellphone to run a drug trafficking operation that distributed fentanyl, cocaine, methamphetamine, and marijuana smuggled into the U.S. from Mexico, federal prosecutors allege.

Jose Lozano-Leon, 41, was one of 10 defendants named in a 17-count felony indictment filed yesterday in U.S. District Court in Cleveland. Lozano-Leon, a Mexican national, is identified as the head of the drug trafficking organization.

Lozano-Leon has been locked up in the privately-owned Northeast Ohio Correctional Center in Youngstown since late last year, when he pleaded guilty to illegally reentering the U.S.. Lozano-Leon was convicted in 2008 for conspiracy to distribute heroin. After serving a federal prison sentence, he was deported to Mexico.


Lots of photos and short videos so go to the link.