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Homeland Security officials found guilty of falsifying Government documents on border security

March 25, 2014

  According to this story a Homeland Security Supervisor, Eugenio  Pedraza, was found guilty of falsifying Government documents regarding border patrol agents assisting both illegal aliens and illegal narcotics over the border.

According to the indictment, Pedraza reportedly attempted to inhibit the review of significant gaps in the DHS-OIG’s investigation into numerous cases that involved Border Patrol agents assisting in the “unlawful smuggling of undocumented aliens and narcotics into the United States,” through several ports-of-entry in Texas. The indictment claims that Pedraza failed to ensure that investigations assigned to his office were properly carried out. 

Pedraza was found guilty of falsifying documents with DHS-OIG special agent Robert Vargas and former special agent Wayne Ball, according to local reports. Vargas had previously investigated a criminal case relating to Border Patrol officers helping a Mexican cartel bring drugs into the U.S. He was instructed by Pedraza to draw up inaccurate memorandums of activity, according to court records. Vargas’ testimony alleged that Pedraza told him to “fill in the gaps” in the written reports of activity relating to the investigation, according to The Monitor.

Once the dishonest documents were drawn up, Agent Ball willingly signed them. The Monitor reported that in January 2013, Ball was convicted of falsifying documents. 

  But that is not all:

Pedraza also enlisted Special Agent Marco Rodriguez to help obstruct the internal review, according to court filings. Pedraza instructed Rodriguez to falsify written reports of activity for two cases, both involving agents helping undocumented citizens and/or drugs enter the United States. Charges against Rodriguez were dropped for unlisted reasons, according to the Monitor.

  So, why were there gaps in the official documents in the first place, why did Homeland Security decide to falsify the documents in an attempt to cover up the gaps, and why did Homeland Security try to obstruct the investigation into this matter?

  The answers to these questions are obvious to me but I will let you draw your own conclusions. I am sure that despite these convictions Barack Obama will claim there is not even a “smidgen of corruption” here…..if the mainstream media decides to bother following up on this, which I doubt. 

11 Comments leave one →
  1. March 25, 2014 7:25 pm

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  2. March 25, 2014 7:38 pm

    What ‘s the big deal ? Isn’t this what Obalama pays them to do, keep the borders open to future democrat voters?


  3. CTWalter permalink
    March 25, 2014 8:37 pm

    Part of the reason is a strategy very similar to the ‘economic’ policies of the king and his court of thieves. The same way the sons and daughters of the fabians seek to over load and collapse the economy under its own weight, the dems seek to over load the capacity of our country and culture to absorb the massive influx of new voting stock.

    A more troubling thought is that with all of the thousands of criminal and just plain wrong acts by the king, his court and innumerable corrupt petty officials is that we are devolving from a nation built on the rule of law and becoming a nation ruled by the whims of the king’s favorites.

    Again I have to state that I can only hope the pain and discomfort caused the illegal régime will grow faster than the ability of the masses to adapt and accept their destruction.


    • March 26, 2014 5:28 am

      Yeah, if he moves too fast perhaps the people will catch up to what he is doing. Kind of like that boiling the frog expression.


  4. March 25, 2014 9:37 pm

    Seems that to get a gubmint job you have to be a liar and a crook.


  5. zip permalink
    March 26, 2014 11:28 am

    “Does Our System Select for Incompetent Sociopaths?”
    Not only ‘select’ but ‘teach’ it, so they can produce more of their ‘kind’. They protect their own, because they’re a part of it – profit from it.
    [btw Steve, you stated about being connected to the Matrix web of Big Pharm (building control panels, etc.) another example of the ‘encompassing world system’.]


    • March 26, 2014 7:05 pm

      Thanks for the link and yes this does show us that we are all tied into this whether we like it or not.


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