posted on Apr, 21 2019 @ 06:46 PM
a reply to: F4guy
Thanks for the research
I don't want to give up too much, but we have already been in contact with an attorney so I will make sure that individual is aware of this and that
the protocols the attorney comes up with (to ensure we remain a razor's edge within the law) reflects that (assuming it is relevant)
If necessary, we will move operations strictly to Federal and private lands (as given consent by land owners) along with non-hostile states. However I
don't see this being necessary. If the law was broken in NM, the groups already there would be subject to arrest and/or removal. If that's the route
they want to go, more power to 'em. In the mean time, the policy of detain and turn them over to CBP will continue.
In hostile locations like NM, we can still run surveillance, document faces, psychological operations, etc. CBP is just a phone call away. We can
follow them using vehicles, send up smoke signals (so to speak) and generally make their crimes more difficult to carry out. Individuals can be
followed to their locations, illegals can be paid large sums of money for the name/information of their smugglers, etc. In all other locations -
assuming what you say is accurate - the lawful, proper arrests will continue.
Despite DHS' statement, the groups have an excellent working relationship with border patrol who run them similar to how intelligence agencies run
their non-employee assets or police departments and their officer-informant relationship.
"Not one more invader"
edit: Collectively, we are also hoping to make this into a national issue, because I suspect we'd get political and possibly legal cover from
I think your brain-dead worthless Governor should be more concerned with handling the state of emergency declared and solving the illegal alien
invasion crisis instead of attacking Patriots volunteering their time to defend our country.
edit on 4/21/2019 by JBurns because: (no reason given)