The Justice Department sued California in March over three state laws, including one that requires the state to review detention centers where illegals are held and another that limits the ability of state and local law enforcement officials to turn people over to federal authorities. … [Read more...] about San Diego County Votes to Join Trump ‘Sanctuary’ Lawsuit
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The shutdown came after hundreds of migrants — many whom are fleeing violence in Central America — assembled Sunday morning on the Mexican side of the border. American military helicopters buzzed overhead as hundreds of Mexican federal police officers blocked the migrants from entering San Ysidro. … [Read more...] about San Diego border crossing shut down after migrants try entering U.S.
However, the fencing was not the only significant change in border enforcement in San Diego in the mid-1990s. Operation Gatekeeper was also targeted specifically to San Diego starting in 1994, which involved more agents and technology “concentrated in specific areas.” It included 200 more agents to guard 14 miles of border south of San Diego. … [Read more...] about Fact Check: Did San Diego build a wall and end illegal border crossings?
The secondary wall will be built in the eastern portion of Border Field State Park in San Diego, extend for 12.5 miles and should be 18 feet tall, a spokesperson for the sector told the Washington Examiner. It was awarded by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on December 20, 2018. … [Read more...] about Nielsen Expedites ‘Secondary Wall’ Near Border in San Diego
CBP today issued a statement on the controversial program, describing it as a necessary response to assaults against agents in November 2018 and January of this year. CBP’s Assistant Commissioner of Public Affairs, Andrew Meehan, said the agency “...identified individuals who may have information relating to the instigators and/or organizers of these attacks.” … [Read more...] about House Dems Criticize San Diego Border Surveillance