Border / Cartel Chronicles


EXCLUSIVE: Migrant Dies from Heat on Texas Border Ranch After Calling 911

Border Patrol agents responded to a 911 call from a migrant on a ranch suffering from heat exhaustion only to find the migrant had succumbed to the exposure to the elements. According to a source within Customs and Border Protection, the incident tells the tale of migrants who seek to avoid apprehension at all costs and wait too long to call for emergency assistance when they become too ill to continue their trek.

Migrant walking through border brush. (File Photo: U.S. Border Patrol)

Asesinan a Más de 300 En 5 Años Baja California, Dice DH

Funcionarios públicos y activistas dan la voz de alarma en el estado fronterizo mexicano de Baja California donde aseguran que en un lapso de cinco años documentaron más de 300 asesinatos donde las víctimas eran niños y adolescentes. En muchos casos, esas víctimas fueron asesinadas cuando sicarios trataban de asesinar a un ser querido.

Forensic personnel work at the crime scene where four police officers were killed in Tonala, Jalisco State, Mexico, on September 3, 2018. (Photo by Ulises Ruiz / AFP) (Photo credit should read ULISES RUIZ/AFP via Getty Images)

EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Terrorist Cartels in Mexico Continue Use of Drone-Dropped IEDs in Turf War

Cartel gunmen in western Mexico expanded the use of weaponized drones to drop improvised explosive devices on their rivals. The use of commercially available drones to deliver explosives is now commonplace in the rural areas of Michoacan and Jalisco. Mexico’s government has been unable to stop rival criminal organizations as they fight to control lucrative drug production and trafficking routes.

A Mexican cartel drone drops an IED on a rival cartel. (Cartel Chronicles)

Two Migrant Sex Offenders Arrested After Crossing Border into Arizona

Tucson Sector Border Patrol agents arrested two migrants in recent days with significant convictions for sex-related crimes in the United States. In one incident, agents arrested a man with a conviction from Utah for sexual abuse of a child. In the second, agents arrested a migrant with a conviction for attempted rape in Georgia.

Previously deported sex offenders, Jose Roblero Perez -- Edgar Torres Martinez, arrested near Arizona border. (U.S. Border Patrol/Tucson Sector)

120 Pounds of Cocaine Found near Border in Texas

Rio Grande Valley Sector Border Patrol agents seized more than 120 pounds of cocaine on August 7 near the Texas border with Mexico. Officials estimate the value of the shipment at approximately $3.8 million.

Cocaine Seizure Rio Grande City (U.S. Border Patrol)

EXCLUSIVE: Biden Admin Increases Migrant Releases as Border Policies Crumble Under Another Surge

U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials received a directive from their Washington, DC, headquarters instructing Border Patrol sectors to increase migrant releases, according to a source. On Tuesday, the number of migrants held in detention across the southwest border neared 20,000 following a renewed surge of migrant crossings. The directive called for the release of migrant family unit members into the United States in lieu of removal under Title 8.

Border Patrol agents take custody of migrant family unit members near Eagle Pass. (File Photo: Randy Clark/Breitbart Texas)

Honduran Migrant Turned U.S. Citizen Gets 10 Years for Child Porn, Human Smuggling

A federal judge sentenced a Honduran man who later became a naturalized U.S. citizen to serve more than ten years in prison following his guilty plea on charges related to the possession of child pornography and conspiracy to commit human smuggling. Border Patrol agents arrested the man and an alleged conspirator in April 2021 near the U.S.-Canada border in Burke, New York, after finding him with a group of Vietnamese migrants who had crossed the border illegally.

Del Rio Sector Border Patrol agents arrested ten criminal aliens during a one-week period. (Photo: U.S. Border Patrol/Del Rio Sector)

Texas Democrat Rep. Decries Abbott’s Use of ‘Razor Wire’ at Border — Same Used by Biden’s Ports of Entry

U.S. Representative Joaquin Castro (D-TX) told CNN Newsroom’s Jim Acosta he believes Texas Governor Greg Abbott’s use of razor wire and a floating border buoy system is “barbaric and inhumane.” Castro did not comment on the Biden administration’s use of the same wire to repel asylum seekers at ports of entry along the southwest border. At the ports, the wire is deployed atop gates and along temporary barriers used to close the ports when migrants rush the port without an appointment.

Razor Wire Used by CBP and Texas. (File Photos: Getty Images)

2nd Migrant Busted near Border with Child Porn in Two Days, Say Texas Cops

Texas Department of Public Safety troopers interdicted a human smuggling attempt near Bracketville and found a migrant with child pornography on his cell phone. This is the second bust in as many days of migrants illegally in the United States being busted by Texas troopers with child porn on their cell phones.

Dagoberto Corea Mende arrested for alleged possession of child porn. (Texas Department of Public Safety)

Watch: Times Square’s ‘Naked Cowboy’ Appears at New York City Migrant Fiasco

New York City’s infamous “Naked Cowboy,” Robert Burck, appeared in front of the Roosevelt Hotel in Manhattan strumming his guitar as more than a hundred migrants lined up searching for shelter in the Big Apple. Burck, who is a well-known street busker, appeared to be taking advantage of the large media presence drawn to the hotel by the plight currently facing the migrants who have been sleeping on the sidewalks outside the hotel earlier this week.

New York City's "Naked Cowboy" performs near migrant shelter. (Saul Acevedo, Used with Permission)

U.S. Citizen Used Fake Mexican ID to Get Deported to Avoid Human Smuggling Prosecution

A U.S. citizen used a fake Mexican ID to get deported by federal authorities to avoid prosecution following a human smuggling incident in December 2021. The now-convicted Texas-based smuggler is believed to have moved hundreds of migrants illegally into the country and funneled large amounts of money to cartel associates in Mexico during a two-year period, prosecutors stated.

A Border Patrol agents in Eagle Pass, Texas, arrests a migrant after he illegally crossed the border from Mexico. (File Photo: Bob Price/Breitbart Texas)

Texas Troopers Spot Armed Migrant Smuggler near Floating Buoy Barrier

A Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) drone operator spotted what appears to be an armed migrant smuggler guiding a group of migrants into the United States. The incident occurred in downtown Eagle Pass upstream of a floating buoy barrier that was put in place to prevent or divert migrant crossings. The footage captured by the drone operator shows the migrant smuggler carrying what the agency describes as a long gun as he guides a group of eleven migrants across the Rio Grande on Thursday.

A DPS drone operator spotted an armed smuggler guiding migrants across the Rio Grande near Eagle Pass. (Texas Department of Public Safety)

Exclusive: Border Patrol Records 125 Migrant Deaths in July

An ongoing heatwave impacting much of the nation and the swift-moving currents of the Rio Grande proved deadly for migrants attempting to enter the United States during the month of July. According to a source within Customs and Border Protection, 125 migrants perished attempting to cross the U.S. southwest border in July.

Tucson Sector agents rescue four migrants suffering heat-related illness near the Arizona border with Mexico. (U.S. Border Patrol/Tucson Sector)

GRAPHIC: Coming to America, Migrants Traversing Darien Jungle Set Record in 2023

Nearly 250,000 migrants from a host of nations have made the deadly trek through the Darien Gap this year in hopes of reaching the United States. According to government officials in Panama, the number of migrants who traveled through the deadly jungle pathway since January broke previous yearly records. Officials estimate the total regional crossings could hit 400,000 by the year’s end.

DARIEN GAP, COLOMBIA - NOVEMBER 20: Haitian migrants climb down a muddy hillside trail in the wild and dangerous jungle on November 20, 2022 in Darién Gap, Colombia. Tens of thousands of migrants from around the world make their journey to the Southern U.S border through South America every year, …