BP Agents Found Guilty of Smuggling, Money Laundering

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A federal jury in San Diego convicted two brothers Friday of bringing illegal immigrants into the United States for financial gain while employed as Border Patrol agents. Read more
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Gray Bar Hotel

Omaha, NE

#1 Aug 11, 2012
I hope they have a miserable time behind bars!

Since: Jul 11

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#2 Jan 12, 2014
BP what a nightmare
wild child

Brooklyn, NY

#3 Jan 12, 2014
Obama work.
Horace

United States

#4 Jan 12, 2014
9 of 10 border agents nicked for smuggling are your white crackers.
Oldglory

Banning, CA

#5 Jan 12, 2014
Horace wrote:
9 of 10 border agents nicked for smuggling are your white crackers.
What's a white cracker? Racist slur, much? Got a link to your claims? There are a lot of Hispanic Border Patrol agents.
Concerned

Chihuahua, Mexico

#6 Jan 12, 2014
Horace wrote:
9 of 10 border agents nicked for smuggling are your white crackers.
Not that there is a competition, but I live in mexico and I read the papers on the border towns daily. I read about all the busts of border agents. I would say it is 90% Hispanic agents, or higher that are caught smuggling drugs and people into the USA. If you were smuggling people in from Mexico, and you were Hispanic, would you trust someone white to do your dirty work? I think not.

I am sure a person paying to cross the border and seeing a cracker as you put it, would think twice and probably be a little surprised. Because it just does not happen. The Italian Mafia only recruited Italians to work with. It is pretty much that way everywhere in the world. People recruit people in crime that they feel safe to deal with. White criminals work with White criminals, blacks with blacks, and Hispanics with Hispanics. There are Asian gangs, White skinheads, Blacks gangs, and so on. They pretty much recruit from within. Not all the time, but most of the time. Easy thing to do is to just Google it. Just google border agents caught smuggling drugs and people into the USA. You will be hard pressed to find the name of a cracker doing it. You will find out for yourself.

Remember this does not speak for all Hispanic people, just the criminal element. The drugs may be sold into the USA to Black or White or other ethnic dealers, but I would bet they do not party and hang out together. A lot of the border agents are naturalized citizens. You can bet they have men that infiltrate the system for the big paydays. A good friend of mine from Mexico not long ago became a US citizen. He now works for homeland security. He was a great guy here, and he will be in the USA also. But border agent jobs are easier got, and easier to infiltrate. Look at the non American Hispanic women that used fake ID to work as a police officer, I believe in New Mexico recently. What a great way to get people and drugs across. A badge is the ticket.

I pass the border crossings in Texas often. The highest percentage appear to be Hispanic. I speak Spanish and English, but they speak English also. So I understand when they talk to each other in Spanish. They are a little surprised when I open a conversation with them in Spanish.
Oldglory

Banning, CA

#7 Jan 13, 2014
Horace wrote:
9 of 10 border agents nicked for smuggling are your white crackers.
Guess you didn't read the article, right?

Quote: "A federal jury in San Diego convicted two brothers Friday of bringing illegal immigrants into the United States for financial gain while employed as Border Patrol agents".

"The panel also found Fidel and Raul Villarreal guilty of accepting bribes and conspiring to launder money while running an alien-smuggling organization with several other accomplices"

Gee, did you you notice the surname's of these two BP agents? LOL!.

Since: Apr 10

Las Vegas, NV

#8 Jan 13, 2014
Note the Hispanic sir names, like Rep. Luis Gutierrez, we are surrounded by US citizen traitors who have divided loyalties. Very little to this country.

These are not honorable people.

Since: Jul 11

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#9 Apr 9, 2014
BP big oil
Cuauhtemotzin

United States

#10 Apr 10, 2014
Concerned wrote:
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Not that there is a competition, but I live in mexico and I read the papers on the border towns daily. I read about all the busts of border agents. I would say it is 90% Hispanic agents, or higher that are caught smuggling drugs and people into the USA. If you were smuggling people in from Mexico, and you were Hispanic, would you trust someone white to do your dirty work?
That is precisely why Mexican cartels use white American BP agents; to avoid the suspicion that Hispanic agents would draw. From this link:

http://cironline.org/reports/four-five-border...

"Ronald Colburn, who retired as national deputy chief of the Border Patrol in 2009, said many of those caught come from out of state, notably California.

“You can just seem them rolling up, smoke puffing out the window and saying,‘Dude, this is for medicinal use,’” Colburn said."

I can't recall the last time, I heard a Mexican talking this way since Cheech and Chong, but of course, they were fictional. LOL
Concerned

Chihuahua, Mexico

#11 Apr 10, 2014
Cuauhtemotzin wrote:
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That is precisely why Mexican cartels use white American BP agents; to avoid the suspicion that Hispanic agents would draw. From this link:
http://cironline.org/reports/four-five-border...
"Ronald Colburn, who retired as national deputy chief of the Border Patrol in 2009, said many of those caught come from out of state, notably California.
“You can just seem them rolling up, smoke puffing out the window and saying,‘Dude, this is for medicinal use,’” Colburn said."
I can't recall the last time, I heard a Mexican talking this way since Cheech and Chong, but of course, they were fictional. LOL
The article you pointed out says nothing about White border patrol agents, or border patrol agents smuggling at all. It mentions Mexican and American citizens that smuggle the drugs. That is also a legal crossing points and not treks through the desert. My wife, to me could have passed as an American when I first met her. But when people see her here in Mexico, not one says, "hey, you are American". But they look at me for 1 second and they say it.

If you look at the pictures in the small squares, my wife say's that 3 of maybe 4 are white Americans and of the 11 or 12 are of Hispanic heritage. That is the point I was making. I will stand by the fact that of everything I read, it is still Hispanic American agents that are being recruited most of the time. It is not a statement against Mexican people, but just the logistics and the nature of where the drugs are coming from.

But in spite of your side tracking my point. I will agree with you that it is Americans that are passing the most drugs across at border crossings. But generally they are Hispanic Americans. So I agree with the article, but it does not in any form negate anything that I wrote in my original post.
Concerned

Chihuahua, Mexico

#12 Apr 10, 2014
I will bet more drugs are crossed on desert treks, tunnels and other means by Mexican nationals as an example. Would be interesting to know if most of the drugs are passed at check points or by other means. Anyone have more time than me to look it up?
Cuauhtemotzin

United States

#13 Apr 10, 2014
The link was meant to demonstrate that if there is any expert on there on what nationality smuggles illicit drugs across the border, it would be Mr. Colburn, a retired deputy director of the BP. Anyone can come on here and spout their anecdotal viewpoints.

Besides, the important point of fact is that it is ultimately the consumers (Americans) who fund the cartels that are tearing Mexico apart. Not to mention the American government providing arms and training to the Mx military that is the recruiting pool of the cartels. Those are indisputable facts.
Concerned wrote:
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The article you pointed out says nothing about White border patrol agents, or border patrol agents smuggling at all..
Concerned

Chihuahua, Mexico

#14 Apr 10, 2014
Cuauhtemotzin wrote:
The link was meant to demonstrate that if there is any expert on there on what nationality smuggles illicit drugs across the border, it would be Mr. Colburn, a retired deputy director of the BP. Anyone can come on here and spout their anecdotal viewpoints.
Besides, the important point of fact is that it is ultimately the consumers (Americans) who fund the cartels that are tearing Mexico apart. Not to mention the American government providing arms and training to the Mx military that is the recruiting pool of the cartels. Those are indisputable facts.
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I know what the link meant. I read all of it and I see no reason to disagree with it. But it also states at the border crossings.

The consumers? I live in Mexico. The percentage of consumers here would blow you away. They just do not get make enough money because of lower earnings. I do not blame it on the victims (consumers). I blame it on the people that do the killing.

Are the Americans guilty for the human trafficking that leads to kidnapping of Mexican, central and South American people trying to make it to the USA. Extorting many of their families and then killing them. Because the people need jobs and a better life. That would also be the Americans fault, right? Are successful Mexican business people at fault for their kidnappings and extortion? They should just remain dumb and not become successful I guess. The kidnapping for prostitution because some people like to pay for sex? People seem to like lemon's and avocado's also, and they are killing families for avocado's and lemon's. People like diamond's, so we should not blame the African gangs for killing and kidnapping young workers. We should blame the people that like diamonds?

Your link did not answer anything at all that I said in my original post. Go and read it again. If you had posted your link all by itself I would agree with you. But it does not dispute anything in my post, but rather enforces what I said. The article says nothing about using White American border patrol agents or anything about border patrol agents smuggling. I think you just glanced over the article, did not take it all in or understand it, and then just shot from the hip. Made something up. Problem is that your gun did not have a bullet in it either. Please copy and paste where it said anything about white border patrol agents smuggling. If you cannot, I will not post back to you, and rather say you are a troll.

Yes, the USA is helping catch bad guy's with advanced knowledgeably. So they should not train the army because some slip to the dark side? I really do not understand why you make the arguments you do. They are obvious, but you do not like to blame the bad guys at all. You seem to be defending the criminals and the bad guys. Not the whole Mexican military goes cartel. Nice way to push a racist point of view, and saying they are all guilty, and they should not be helped.

I am not disputing the facts of the article either! You can not show where I did that either.
Concerned

Chihuahua, Mexico

#15 Apr 10, 2014
Technology and not knowledgeably. Typing a little fast. Where is the edit button? Yikes!

Since: Jul 11

Location hidden

#16 Apr 10, 2014
Give these agents a bonus
Badtothebone

Shirley, NY

#18 Apr 11, 2014
Jose wrote:
<quoted text> They often let women in for a bang!! LOL!!!
Hey numb nuts I have a question for you. I've worked in the defense business for many years and I've never seen Mexicans doing that type of work. The only ones were contractors cleaning our bathrooms, putting up rolls of toilet paper in the stalls, and wiping the shit stains out of the bowls. Why is that? Is it because you're to stupid to do that kind of work or is it because you like the smell in the bathrooms because it reminds you of home? I've never seen Mexican engineers, draftsman, machinists, solderers, nothing! Is it because you are incapable due to a lack of education? All you seem to do is pick up shit and work in the fields. Which of those two do you do?
Oldglory

Banning, CA

#19 Apr 11, 2014
Badtothebone wrote:
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Hey numb nuts I have a question for you. I've worked in the defense business for many years and I've never seen Mexicans doing that type of work. The only ones were contractors cleaning our bathrooms, putting up rolls of toilet paper in the stalls, and wiping the shit stains out of the bowls. Why is that? Is it because you're to stupid to do that kind of work or is it because you like the smell in the bathrooms because it reminds you of home? I've never seen Mexican engineers, draftsman, machinists, solderers, nothing! Is it because you are incapable due to a lack of education? All you seem to do is pick up shit and work in the fields. Which of those two do you do?
He claims he doesn't work and just makes anchor babies to collect welfare for his lazy azz.
wild child

South Ozone Park, NY

#20 Apr 11, 2014
Lol they should be deported too.
Badtothebone

Shirley, NY

#21 Apr 11, 2014
Oldglory wrote:
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He claims he doesn't work and just makes anchor babies to collect welfare for his lazy azz.


I know, I've read his posts. He says he's retired which means he must be in his 60's and he claims he's still pumping his old lady and making more beaners? I doubt it, this is where he is full of shit and nothing but a big mouth behind his computer. I told him I would shut his mouth for him and gave him my email address to set up a time and place. I even offered to drive from where I live to NY to meet him and he wimped out. He's your typical Mexicunt who is only tough behind the scene or with a group of 10 or more. Come up to them face to face, one on one, and they piss themselves. He's got his other Mexicunt followers who are just as bad.

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