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Greg Siskind on Immigration Law and Policy

THE AIR BRANCH? REALLY?

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When I saw this ICE press release, at first I thought it was a routine work site raid. But this round up of illegally present workers was a little different:

Eighteen illegal aliens were arrested Wednesday morning following an
administrative search warrant that U.S. Immigration and Customs
Enforcement (ICE) agents executed at a concrete plant here. Larimer
County Sheriff's Office assisted ICE with this operation; and the Air
Branch of U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) provided air support.

Just how much effort was really needed here if, as the press release notes, the raided cement company was cooperating?

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  1. Dan's Avatar
    Air branch is for border patrol...maybe, they want to use it to watch/look for escaping persons...

    Anyway, that's how desperate they are...they think they are capturing 'terrorists' by becoming one...
  2. Mary's Avatar
    Though the company may be cooperating, the employees may not. I think to characterize the tactic as desperate or to conclude that they think they are capturing terrorists there (did they say that anywhere?) is purely inference that serves no purpose. Any country without open borders needs immigration enforcement if immigration laws are being violated on a large scale like they are here in the US.
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