Thousands of "extra-continental" migrants from troubled hot spots all over the world are arriving at the U.S. border. Escaping analysis is that some nations are home to militias conducting unspeakable brutalities, as well as violent criminals, Islamic terrorist groups, and murderers on various sides of armed rebellions, economic collapse, and civil wars. Is homeland security vetting them? Bensman traveled to Mexico to meet Africans. By Todd … [Read More...] about Out of Mexico: Encampment of International Migrants Reminds that Homeland Security Must Vet as More Arrive
Securing America’s Borders
On or about August 16, Mexico's Federal Ministerial Police issued a rare and most curious public announcement: Mexican immigration had apprehended an American citizen who was wanted on an Interpol "blue notice" warrant on suspicion of supporting violent jihad and radical Islam on digital platforms. The man, identified by … [Read more...] about An American Jihadist Caught in Mexico: What we know
Terrorism and Homeland Security
This past March, Bureau of Prisons Inmate No. 9627173 – Plano, Texas wife and mother Sumaiya Ali – asked a federal judge for early release from her terrorism sentence under the First Step Act. It is the first such case that I know of, but if this has occurred once, more are likely in a pipeline emptying out potential terror … [Read more...] about First Known Convicted Terrorist Asked For ‘First Step Act’ Early Prison Release. Have More Followed?