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Border Patrol Council President: U.S. Border officials suspected of working with drug smugglers

April 20, 2017  |  Posted by: Francesca Falzarano
Border Patrol Council President: U.S. Border officials suspected of working with drug smugglers

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A top agent with the U.S. Border Patrol and president of the National Border Patrol Council (NBPC) has claimed that Border Patrol administrators in Montana’s Havre Sector are suspected of corruption and have ordered miles of the border to remain unpatrolled in a deliberate effort to assist drug smugglers.

The agent, Brandon Judd, made the surprising revelations in response to a Breitbart Texas exclusive story “Officials Defy Trump’s Promises: 40 Miles of Border Ordered Unpatrolled.”

Agent Judd said in an interview with Breitbart Daily on SiriusXM:

“They started assigning agents to one zone instead of letting them patrol the entire border. What this did was left 40 miles completely open. Which then allows anybody to cross without being detected… Again, who knows what came across the border during that period: narcotics, weapons, illegal aliens and from who knows where … this is something that we saw during the Obama-era and was something that we didn’t think would happen in the Trump-era.”

The agent added:

“I’ve been in contact with the highest levels of management, and they’re looking into it. It’s believed that this is corruption. Management is making the decision to pull agents out of zones to allow contraband to come across the border.”

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