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Judicial Watch: U.S. Customs, Homeland Security Records Reveal Somalis Given Security Briefings, ‘Community Engagement Tours’ in Secured Areas at Major U.S. Airports

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Judicial Watch: U.S. Customs, Homeland Security Records Reveal Somalis Given Security Briefings, ‘Community Engagement Tours’ in Secured Areas at Major U.S. Airports

Somalis Given Access to Sensitive Information (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch today released 31 pages of records from U.S. Customs and Border Protection revealing that the Department of Homeland Security has given Somalis “community engagement tours,” including security briefings, in secured areas at least three major U.S. airports – Los…

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Premier Vodcast: Chris Farrell’s “On Watch” Investigative Report Reveals Shocking New Details About Mexican Heroin Cartels’ Invasion of America

“Chris Farrell’s On Watch” Premier Vodcast” (Washington, DC) – Today, Judicial Watch launches the premier edition of the new weekly vodcast, “Chris Farrell’s On Watch.” Short (five to ten minutes), fact-packed, fast-paced – and stunningly revealing – “On Watch” tackles the untold, controversial stories… And takes viewers “… behind the…

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The other terror threat: ISIS wants to destroy the US, this group already is

From Fox News: ISIS only dreams of exacting the human casualties the Mexican cartels achieve, despite decades of the “War on Drugs.”  The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) estimates heroin-related overdose deaths increased 244 percent between 2007 and 2013. The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration estimated nearly 1,000,000

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“Military age men” at San Diego’s southern border

Among the several dozen Pakistani and Afghan men who have entered the U.S. illegally, coming into San Diego from Tijuana, two were found to have ties to terrorist groups, according to a letter sent by U.S. Rep. Duncan Hunter to the Department of Homeland Security.

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Agents nab Pakistanis with terrorist connections crossing U.S. border

When the U.S. Border Patrol nabbed two Pakistani men with ties to terrorism at the U.S.-Mexico border in September, it marked just the latest instance of illegal immigrants from so-called “special interest countries” using the southern border as a point of entry into the country.


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