Recycled Greatness: Chief Border Agent Says Illegals Not Border Patrol’s Problem
Posted by Casey on January 19, 2009
The second installment of Recycled Greatness today in honor of Bush commuting the sentences of Ramos and Compean.
Remember the Chief Border Patrol agent of the Laredo Sector saying:
- “Border Patrol agents don’t have the responsibility of apprehending illegal immigrants.”
- “The Border Patrol is not equipped to stop illegal immigrants,” Carrillo said, noting that illegal narcotics are also not on the agents priority list.
- “The Border Patrol mission is not to do any of those things,” he emphasized.
He instead said that the BP’s job was to stop terrorists, and that they were ready for that mission. Which is odd because if you aren’t equipped to stop illegals, and drug cartels, you aren’t equipped to stop terrorists.
Well, I decided to go to the Border Patrol’s website, and check out the Laredo Sector’s webpage. Guess what I found?
I was doing some checking on the BP website to see if this agent has any links to some of the other suspicious activities that have been happening on the border the past several months.
We have agents in prison for doing their jobs, and blueprints of border stations turning up in public garbage cans, and a few other things that have been suspicious.
To have a chief agent say that the BP isn’t responsible for illegals crossing the border seems to point in the conspiracy direction as to why Ramos and Compean were arrested.
So I was poking around the Laredo Sector’s webpage when I came across a letter written by the same agent that said last week illegals are not the responsibility of the border patrol.
Here it is:
In this letter Chief Patrol Agent Carlos X. Carrillo contradicts everything he said last week at the townhall forum. In the letter, he states:
Our primary function is to enforce the immigration laws and prevent illegal entry of aliens into the country.
Hmmm … I wonder what changed his mind?
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