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Federally Appointed Immigration Magistrate Timothy Japhet Arrested on Suspicion of Human Smuggling and Resisting Arrest

Federally Appointed Immigration Magistrate Timothy Japhet Arrested on Suspicion of Human Smuggling and Resisting Arrest

A Texas-licensed attorney who was also assigned as an immigration magistrate by the federal government, was recently arrested in Kinney County, Texas, on charges of smuggling a human and resisting arrest, according to Officer Constable Jimmy Fullen. “Timothy Japhet is a lawyer from Texas who has 19 years of experience practicing family law, real estate law, business law, environmental law, divorce, employment law, and consumer law,” Mixed ...
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Whistleblower Exposes Migrant Children Handed Over To Unvetted Adults at US / Mexico Border

Whistleblower Exposes Migrant Children Handed Over To Unvetted Adults at US / Mexico Border

In this exclusive interview by Savanah Hernandez a whistleblower for MVM Inc., a federally funded migrant escort service, details how thousands of children are being shipped throughout the U.S. on charter flights and buses. He also details how employees of this company are not receiving proper background checks and are handing children off to improperly vetted adult "sponsors". His testimony gives us a chilling insight into ...
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MVM Whistleblower: Thousands of kids per week Secretly Flown to Unvetted Adult 'Sponsors'

MVM Whistleblower: Thousands of kids per week Secretly Flown to Unvetted Adult ‘Sponsors’

In a recent interview, an anonymous whistleblower who works as a "travel youth care worker" for a federally funded contractor, shared that tens of thousands of unaccompanied migrant children are being bussed and flown throughout the US and being handed off to unvetted adult "sponsors." The employee, who works for the government contracted company, MVM Inc., said that the company’s main focus is getting unaccompanied minors ...
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DEA Seizes A Record-Breaking $20 Million In Fentanyl In Southern California

DEA Seizes A Record-Breaking $20 Million In Fentanyl In Southern California

On Thursday, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) announced that it had seized approximately 1 million fake pills containing fentanyl in Inglewood, California, nine days earlier. According to a statement from the DEA, the pills were seized on July 5 during a raid of a southern California home. The home is tied to a Los Angeles-area drug trafficking organization with links to Mexico’s Sinaloa Cartel.  According to the agency, the ...
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House Judiciary Committee Dems Vote Unanimously to Block Measure That Would Have Increased Penalties For Child Sex Traffickers

House Judiciary Committee Dems Vote Unanimously to Block Measure That Would Have Increased Penalties For Child Sex Traffickers

On Wednesday, Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee blocked a measure that would have increased the criminal punishment for child sex traffickers. The amendment, which was introduced this month by Texas Rep. Chip Roy (R), would have lengthened the minimum sentencing for those who have been convicted of “trafficking children by force, fraud, or coercion” – raising the minimum punishment from 10-15 years to a minimum of 15-20 years, depending on ...
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50 Pounds of Fentanyl Blue Pills Found at California Border Crossing

50 Pounds of Fentanyl Blue Pills Found at California Border Crossing

Customs and Border Protection officers in Southern California seized more than 50 pounds of blue fentanyl pills. Officers found the deadly drugs in the gas tank of a Ford vehicle. Officers assigned to the Calexico Port of Entry on June 6 observed a 2014 Ford approaching from Mexico for entry into the United States, according to information obtained from CBP officials. A narcotic smuggling attempt was ...
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Whistleblowers Detail How Illegal Alien Smugglers Use California’s Sanctuary State Policy

Whistleblowers Detail How Illegal Alien Smugglers Use California’s Sanctuary State Policy

RIVERSIDE COUNTY, California — Whistleblowers are detailing how California’s sanctuary state policy, shielding illegal aliens from arrest and deportation, is crucial to smugglers operating the billion-dollar enterprise for the Mexican drug cartels. In October 2017, California joined a number of other blue states in designating itself a destination for illegal immigration by imposing a strict sanctuary state policy that bans local law enforcement from inquiring about the immigration ...
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Operation Lost Souls: Texas authorities rescue 70 missing children victimized by sex trafficking

Operation Lost Souls: Texas authorities rescue 70 missing children victimized by sex trafficking

Law enforcement officials have successfully recovered dozens of missing children as part of a joint task force operation in West Texas. The three-week operation, known as "Operation Lost Souls," started in late April in the Texas counties of El Paso, Midland, Ector and Tom Green and recovered 70 children ranging in age from 10 to 17 who were victims of sex trafficking, physical and sexual abuse, according to ...
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Deutsche Bank Whistleblower Val Broeksmit Found Dead

Deutsche Bank Whistleblower Val Broeksmit Found Dead

On April 25, Val Broeksmit, who shared internal Deutsche Bank documents with federal authorities and the media, was found dead in Los Angeles County. Broeksmit’s body was found on the Woodrow Wilson High School campus on the 4500 block of Multnomah Street, according to the Los Angeles County coroner’s office. Broeksmit was the son of a former Deutsche Bank executive. Over the past few years he shared ...
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Victim: Epstein Shared Hotel Suite With Bill Clinton and Worried About Being Poisoned

Victim: Epstein Shared Hotel Suite With Bill Clinton and Worried About Being Poisoned

Juliette Bryant was at a Cape Town cocktail lounge with a friend when an associate of Jeffrey Epstein approached her. “This guy is bothering me,” the woman, an American actress named Naja Hill, told them that night in September 2002. “Can I hang out with you guys?” Bryant, who had just turned 20, understood that women must look out for one another and welcomed the beautiful stranger to ...
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