Border invaded unsecured and dangerous TBV on The Ruthie Report

Please join Ruthie this Thursday April 24th - 8 to 10 pm CST
with Guest Jim Gibson of the TBV = Texas Border Volunteers
There is so much happening on our southern border than the Average Citizen is so unaware of
Our southern border is being invaded, it is unsecured and it is dangerous to the point of deadly
Jim will share with us the current status on the numbers crossing and reported by the TBV
Jim will share with us any updated and new information he has and we will discuss some of
the items below and other information Jim would like to share
Remember - the TBV is on the front lines in Texas - 70 miles north of the border and the
numbers of those spotted and caught - this far in the interior is ASTOUNDING, ALARMING
and proves the mantra that the southern border is more secure than ever is a LIE!!!!!
Jim Gibson will join the show at the top of the 9 O’Clockhour
Texas Border Volunteers

TYLER, TX — Federal authorities say a three-day operation has resulted in the arrest of 40 people in East Texas who were in the U.S. illegally.
40 illegal immigrants with criminal records arrested in East Texas
Illegal Immigration from Honduras on the Rise

Agents Detain 140 Illegal Immigrants in Alton
Residents of Texas Border City ‘Least Likely to Feel Safe’ Walking at Night
US arrests more than 200 immigrants in Texas
Additional significant findings include:
  • Gangs continue to pose a substantial threat to public safety in Texas and are responsible for a disproportionate amount of crime in our communities.
  • Many gangs in Texas continue to work with Mexican cartels to smuggle drugs, weapons, people and cash across the border. The relationships between some gangs and cartels have evolved over the past year due in part to volatility and changes in cartel structures and relationships in Mexico.
  • Of the incarcerated members of Tier 1 and Tier 2 gangs, more than half are serving a sentence for a violent crime, including robbery (25 percent), homicide (13 percent), and assault/terroristic threat (15 percent).
  • Texas-based gangs, gang members and their associates are active in both human smuggling and human trafficking, which often includes sex trafficking and compelling prostitution of adult and minor victims. Gangs will continue to operate in human trafficking due to the potential for large and renewable profits and the assumed low risk of detection by law enforcement.
  • Tango Blast remains the state’s most significant gang threat. The Tier 1 gangs in Texas are: Tango Blast and Tango cliques (more than 8,200 members); Texas Syndicate (more than 4,400 members); Texas Mexican Mafia (more than 5,500 members), and Barrio Azteca (more than 2,000 members).
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