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Illegal Immigrant Charged with Border Agent's Murder

May 7, 2011
Manuel Osorio-Arellanes, 34, from El Fuerte in northern Sinaloa, became the first person charged in Agent Terry's Dec. 14 shooting. Osario-Arellanes was charged with second-degree murder and is not believed to be the shooter.

Illegal Immigrant Posed As Alaska Patrolman for Six Years

April 23, 2011
Officer Rafael Espinoza was actually Rafael Mora-Lopez, who had been working as a patrolman for Anchorage PD. He had passed a polygraph test, when he was hired.

Chinese National Started Fake Special Forces Unit to Defraud Immigrants

April 14, 2011
David Deng allegedly gave himself the title of "supreme commander" of the unauthorized military unit, which he named the U.S. Army/Military Special Forces Reserve unit ("MSFR").

Ninth Circuit Blocks Arizona Immigration Law From Proceeding

April 12, 2011
In a 2-1 decision, the northern California panel blocked an appeal of the law that would have required officers to detain people they suspect are in the country illegally to verify their status.

Illegals Posed as Marines In California

March 26, 2011
When Agent S. Smith stopped the van carrying the group, he observed their camouflage uniforms and military-style buzz cuts. The license plates on their van had even been switched from Mexican to U.S. government plates. And their cover story was that they were Marines traveling to March Air Reserve Base.

Arizona LE, Nonprofits Bring Awareness To Human Slavery

February 21, 2011
As differentiated from human smuggling, these crimes involve forcing people against their will to work for others' profit. It could be a prostitute walking the streets for a pimp. It could be a cowering immigrant toiling in a sweatshop in a state of indentured servitude.

Mexican National Chases, Opens Fire On Calif. Sheriff's Deputy

February 12, 2011
The deputy, who has not been identified, was not injured. He returned fire, wounding the suspect who has been identified as 25-year-old Armando Gonzalez.

Arizona Countersues Feds Over Border 'Invasion'

February 10, 2011
Arizona's lawsuit claims the federal government has failed to gain "operational control of the border," enforce multiple federal immigration laws, and protect Arizona from the impact of illegal immigration.

Mexican Nationals Used Dive Scooters To Illegally Enter U.S.

February 4, 2011
At about 8:45 p.m., the crew of an aircraft piloted by the Customs and Border Protection's Office of Air and Marine spotted two suspicious subjects in wetsuits who were carrying the self-propelled underwater devices. The males were walking north on the beach, south of Seacoast Drive.

Number of Illegals Holds at 11 Million

February 1, 2011
The number of unauthorized immigrants in the nation's workforce, 8 million in March 2010, also did not differ from the Pew Hispanic Center estimate for 2009. As with the population total, the number of unauthorized immigrants in the labor force had decreased in 2009 from its peak of 8.4 million in 2007.

FBI Arrests Border Patrol Agent for Harboring Illegals

January 12, 2011
Border Patrol Agent Marcos Gerardo Manzano, Jr., 26, was arrested at 11:45 p.m. Monday at the Imperial Beach Border Patrol Station as a result of an investigation by the Border Corruption Task Force.

Mexican Teen Shot During Border Confrontation

January 6, 2011
The Sonora State Investigative Police told the news outlet that 17-year-old Ramses Barron Torres, who died shortly after 3 a.m. at a Nogales, Sonora, hospital, was shot in the back of the right arm, with the bullet continuing into his chest cavity, puncturing a lung, and lodging in the left side of his ribcage.

White House Keeps Pushing for DREAM Act for Illegal Immigrants

November 30, 2010
Education Secretary Arne Duncan said Monday that Congress can't afford to wait to pass the DREAM Act, a proposal from President Obama that would provide a path to citizenship for undocumented aliens who serve in the U.S. military or attend college.

Arizona Task Force Busts Massive Human Smuggling Ring

November 11, 2010
Six people were arrested and 62 vehicles seized during the Wednesday bust of an ring with ties to Guatamala that smuggled people from Central and South America, as well as Mexico.

Appeals Panel Likely To Support Sections of Arizona's Immigration Law

November 2, 2010
However, the panel may also reject the law's sections that make it a state crime for a person to not carry immigration papers, as well as allowing criminal punishment of illegal immigrants who seek work in Arizona.

Combating Human Smuggling

October 31, 2010

A storm-water channel connecting the higher-elevation Nogales, Sonora, brings runoff into Nogales, Ariz., and can also deliver illegal immigrants willing to risk drowning when the waters rise.

Judge Won't Dismiss Challenge to Arizona's Immigration Law

October 13, 2010
In her ruling, U.S. District Court Judge Susan Bolton found that "race, alienage, or national origin discrimination was a motivating factor in the enactment of S.B. 1070."

Record Number of Criminal Aliens Deported, ICE Reports

October 7, 2010
In fiscal year 2010, ICE set a record for overall removals of illegal aliens, with more than 392,000 removals nationwide. Half of those removed — more than 195,000 — were convicted criminals.

California Smuggler Stuffed Illegal Immigrant In Duffel Bag

October 5, 2010
The woman, a U.S. citizen, has been arrested for attempting to smuggle the 39-year-old Mexican national across the border.

Iris Scans Arrive at Texas Border Checkpoint

September 14, 2010
In October, the Department of Homeland Security will begin testing iris-scanning technology at a border checkpoint in McAllen, Texas, as a way to stem illegal immigration and identify fraud.
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