Border Patrol Agents: ‘We Are Under Orders From Washington To Release Illegal’s’ (Video)

Border Patrol Agents: ‘We Are Under Orders From Washington To Release Illegal’s’ (Video)

How are border patrol agents suppose to secure our borders when “agents are under orders from the agency headquarters in Washington (Obama) to release illegal’s by not giving them what’s called NTAs, notice to appear summonses, that should send them straight to a deportation judge.”

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Breitbart reported that Art Del Cueto, a Border Patrol agent, Art Del Cueto and Vice President of the National Border Patrol Council, which has endorsed Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, and National Border Patrol Council Spokesman and Border Patrol agent Shawn Moran stated that illegal immigrants who are not given notices to appear “walk out the front door,” and “we don’t know who we’re releasing” in a report broadcast on Thursday’s “O’Reilly Factor” on the Fox News Channel.

During the report, Fox News Channel Senior Correspondent Eric Shawn stated that “agents are under orders from the agency headquarters in Washington to release illegals by not giving them what’s called NTAs, notice to appear summonses, that should send them straight to a deportation judge.”

In response to a question on what happens to those who don’t receive NTAs, Del Cueto said, “They get released back into the United States. They walk out the front door.”

Moran added, “We don’t know who we’re releasing, and we don’t know what they’re capable of.” Del Cueto added that while they can ask people who they apprehend if they’ve committed crimes in Mexico, “no one’s going to tell you.” He added, “You can’t find out they’ve murdered. You can’t find out if they’ve molested minors. You can’t find out if they’ve raped.”

 

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