Border Patrol Agents Turning The Tables On California


If you are one of the Border Patrol Agents dealing with law enforcement in California, you can no longer turn a felon over to their care. If you do, you would probably be doing a disservice to you country and not upholding your oath. Because of the California sanctuary laws, there would be no reciprocal cooperation from local law enforcement. They would not be able to notify you of the pending release of the criminal. You can thank Governor Brown and his Democrat henchmen for passing that lawless law.

As Written and Reported By Will Racke for the Daily Caller:

Border patrol agents are refusing to hand over illegal immigrants with felony warrants to police in California because they can’t be sure local authorities will return the criminal aliens to federal custody, according to a top border security official in San Diego.

Rodney Scott, the chief patrol agent in the Border Patrol’s San Diego Sector, said earlier this month that California’s statewide sanctuary law was undermining normal cooperation between his agency and local law enforcement.

In a little-reported declaration in support of the Department of Justice’s March 6 lawsuit against California, Scott recalled multiple instances in which a Border Patrol agent in the San Diego sector determined that releasing a criminal alien to a local law enforcement would likely result in the person being released without notification to federal authorities.

“In each instance, the Border Patrol Agent determined it was not appropriate, consistent with his or her federal responsibilities to ensure the enforcement of immigration law, to release a criminal alien to the state and local law enforcement,” Scott said in a court declaration. “This was because, although the alien was subject to removal, if released to California law enforcement, the alien would ultimately be released into the public….


California Sanctuary Hurts Border Patrol | The Daily Caller

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