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'Missing-Persons Crisis': US Border Patrol Reportedly Uses Desert as Killing Tool


'Missing-Persons Crisis': US Border Patrol Reportedly Uses Desert as Killing Tool

Nadia Prupis, staff writer

The U.S. Border Patrol has used the south-western desert to set up the death and disappearances of tens of thousands of undocumented immigrants, according to a new report by the Arizona-based advocacy groups No More Deaths/No Más Muertes and La Coalición de Derechos Humanos.


New report? This has been going on since the 1960's when I lived in Arizona...blind eyes were turned to the carnage/massacre of brown-skinned "illegals." What has changed is the million$$$ of dollars spent on surveillance (helicopters, drones, small aircraft), vehicles (humvees, vans, motorcycles, etc.), and weapons including personnel grenades (that are never talked about). The missing persons lists over the years fill volumes and go virtually un-investigated. An excellent documentary series previously on PBS "Need To Know" program, "Crossing the Line at The Border" (two parts) can been seen here:


And Frontline did a documentary, "Mexico: Crimes at the Border" that is a must read/see:

But T-dump and his pal, Flynn will make sure that the "Wall"-cum-"Fence in Some Places" will be built to stop the flow of brown-skinned people into the US where they "commit crimes, rape our women, and take our jobs." T-dump and his bloated gang of criminals in his Cabinet and on staff in the White House are the REAL criminals.