Skip to comments.Border Patrol Agent Injured By A Honduran Driver At An Immigration Checkpoint
Posted on 10/16/2019 6:58:17 AM PDT by rktman
On October 7, United States Customs and Border Protection agents discovered that the two men in a truck at an immigration checkpoint were Hondurans. A border patrol agent was hurt when the driver accelerated while agents sought to remove the men from the truck. The men drove away in the truck but were later captured.
From the CBP press release:
Agents referred the vehicle for a more extensive inspection, during which agents determined the two occupants were citizens of Honduras. As agents attempted to extract the subjects from the vehicle, the driver accelerated, injuring an agent. The driver and passenger fled the checkpoint in the vehicle and were apprehended near Carrizo Springs after both subjects bailed out. The injured agent was treated and released at a local hospital.
The driver faces a charge of 18 USC § 111 assault on a federal officer, which carries a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison, CBP states. The passenger was processed as per Customs and Border Protection guidelines.
Both of the Honduran men have a record of arrest for illegal entryone of them was arrested in 2016 and the other in 2019 according to CBP.
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We want to shout out a big thanks to all pseudo Christian frauds like the catholics and lutherans and catholic charities and lutheran charities for helping to make all this chaos possible. I hope the bribes you received make it worthwhile.
Determine how he got a drivers license and show how much it’s costing taxpayers of that state. Check the precinct list of registered voters where he resided. If hes on that list, Federal crime, charge he and those that enabled him to vote knowing he was illegal
Dribers lie-sense? We don’t need no steenkin’ driber lie-sense. And we don’t need no steenkin’ insurance too. Andale muchachos. Mas tequila!
Deportation from 30,000 feet would seriously reduce recidivism.
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