- A new report from a government watchdog office concluded that the U.S. Border Patrol complied with its use of force policy when it twice deployed tear gas to stop hundreds of mostly Central American migrants from rushing the border in San Diego.
Examines two incidents of cross-border use of tear gas and other crowd control measures during the arrival of a “migrant caravan” in Tijuana, and finds only minor wrongdoing. (Link at oig.dhs.gov)
A summary of recent experience with border security and migration, with a long list of recommendations.
The Commission finds admissible the case of Anastasio Hernandez, a Mexican citizen who was violently beaten and tasered to death by CBP agents on May 31, 2010.
A research-based letter expressing concern about migrants’ rights and health in Mexico in light of the coronavirus emergency.
A cohort of Border Patrol agents who served together in Douglas, Arizona in the 2000s rose to the topmost ranks and leaves a difficult legacy.