Sheriff to Congress: Border worse, ‘bad people continue to come in’

Landline Magazine
Sheriff’s offices along the U.S.-Mexico border say efforts to prosecute cartel workers in the mounting Mexican drug war are hamstrung by a lack of resources on both sides of the border. — In Arizona, the threshold for prosecuting drug mules has been as high as 500 pounds, one American county sheriff told a congressional subcommittee held in DC on Tuesday. — “Violence has spilled over the border – and it will continue to be a part of our landscape until we control the border,” Cochise (AZ) County Sheriff Larry Dever told the U.S. House Security Committee’s Border and Maritime Security Subcommittee… Read More 

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