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    Senior Member Ratbstard's Avatar
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    Group alleges abuse by Border Patrol

    Group alleges abuse by Border Patrol
    By Jonathon Shacat
    Tue, 09/20/2011 - 22:15

    BISBEE — The No More Deaths advocacy group is releasing a report today in Tucson called “A Culture of Cruelty
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    I have two words for this National Enquirer web of lies.....BS....Just another attempt by pro open borders organizations to further "defang" the wonderful men and women of the Border Patrol, aided and abetted by open borders and illegal immigration proponents Napolitano and Holder.
    There is no freedom without the law. Remember our veterans whose sacrifices allow us to live in freedom.

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    Agents also allegedly subjected 10 percent of the interviewees to physical abuse, and other individuals to psychological abuse, such as threatening detainees with death or playing traumatizing songs to them.
    Personally, I would be traumatized by listening to rap music all day - or that awful Mexican polka music. Any other suggestions?
    "A Nation of sheep will beget a government of Wolves" -Edward R. Murrow

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    2011 – A Culture of Cruelty

    A Culture of Cruelty is the culmination of three years of abuse documentation collected and carried out by No More Deaths and our partners in Naco, Agua Prieta, and Nogales, Sonora- border towns and cities through which thousands of immigration detainees have been deported. In our years of documenting abuses committed by the Border Patrol against detainees and migrants, we have found that it is clear that instances of mistreatment and abuse in Border Patrol custody are not aberrational. Rather, they reflect common practice for an agency that is part of the largest federal law enforcement body in the country. Many of them plainly meet the definition of torture under international law.

    We have entitled our report “A Culture of Cruelty
    Illegal aliens remain exempt from American laws, while they DEMAND American rights...

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    When they cross the border they know their illegal.I say if you dont like the treatment stay the HELL home and you wont be treated bad.I dont believe they are being treated badly its just another way for them to get sympathy and want to push their will upon us.

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