U.S. Border Patrol arrests 25 illegals at I-93 roadblock

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Federal border patrol agents arrested 25 illegal aliens during a three-day checkpoint this past weekend on Interstate 93 south in Thornton, the first such checkpoint in the Granite State in five years, the agency said. U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents arrested 25 people who did not have a valid immigration status. Fourteen were from Columbia and had overstayed their visas. Other illegal immigrants were from Colombia, Brazil, Ecuador and Mexico, according to customs officials. Border patrol would not identify the 25, citing its privacy policy. Another 46 people, nearly all from New England, were arrested at the checkpoint. Nearly all face drug charges after border patrol drug-sniffing dogs zeroed in on their vehicles, said Woodstock Police Chief Ryan Oleson, whose department assisted.

<http://www.unionleader.com/crime/us-border-patrol-arrests-25-illegals-at-i-93-roadblock-seizes-pounds-of-pot-20170828>
 

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Great work!!

Just learned this morning in an article printed in todays Bangor Daily News that agents don't go looking for weed but they will take your stash if you lite one up in front of them. Sounds as if they are bound by Federal law.
 
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Federal border patrol agents arrested 25 illegal aliens during a three-day checkpoint this past weekend on Interstate 93 south in Thornton, the first such checkpoint in the Granite State in five years, the agency said. U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents arrested 25 people who did not have a valid immigration status. Fourteen were from Columbia and had overstayed their visas. Other illegal immigrants were from Colombia, Brazil, Ecuador and Mexico, according to customs officials. Border patrol would not identify the 25, citing its privacy policy. Another 46 people, nearly all from New England, were arrested at the checkpoint. Nearly all face drug charges after border patrol drug-sniffing dogs zeroed in on their vehicles, said Woodstock Police Chief Ryan Oleson, whose department assisted.

<http://www.unionleader.com/crime/us-border-patrol-arrests-25-illegals-at-i-93-roadblock-seizes-pounds-of-pot-20170828>
Wow ! Very impressive ! Now we only have twelve million nine hundred and seventy five thousand left to go, give or take a few million. Just kidding. In any case that's 25 less illegals to worry about. Unfortunately this would never happen in Massachusetts. Can you even imagine how many illegals they would catch in this state.
 

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Wow ! Very impressive ! Now we only have twelve million nine hundred and seventy five thousand left to go, give or take a few million. Just kidding. In any case that's 25 less illegals to worry about. Unfortunately this would never happen in Massachusetts. Can you even imagine how many illegals they would catch in this state.
They would need a bigger transport truck that's for sure. Will not happen, but that would be a step in the right direction.
 

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Let's roll out the carpet for them here in Massachusetts. Free education, free healthcare, free social security benefits, the list goes on. My 96 year old relative couldn't get Mass Health because she was not deemed to be a frail elder.

It just gets worse every day here...
 

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Saw a couple CBP SUVs when I was on my way to take the ferry to Block Island last week. Looks like the hammer is gonna come down. It's about damn time. If these illegals are willing to screw over their own countrymen who are trying to come here legally, they're clearly not going to be any more honest when they come here.
 

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So these Central/South American illegals somehow made it all the way to Canadana, then snuck into the US of A via the swiss-cheese US/Canada border.

Suuuuuurrreeee!!!!!


Does no one see a problem with this on this thread???? Federal agents stopped traffic in freaking NEW HAMPSHIRE, did an ID check, didn't get anyone who wanted to know if they were "being detained" and "found" 25 illegals.

I vote we just force everyone to have to show an ID to cross every red light. Within a month, we'll have rounded up all the illegals. Another month, we'll have most of the criminals wanted on warrants. A month after that, all the dissidents who don't agree with the policy. Another month, no one will be able to drive a car anymore. It's a brilliant strategy!
 

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Simply id anyone that comes to the reasonable attention of police and if illegal, deport.

Problem will correct itself pretty quickly without road blocks.
 

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Would have been better if they caught them in Texas, Arizona, New Mexico and california.
I think this is the thread where people from the original thread are going to come to celebrate government roadblocks.

So, maybe not a dupe but a place to high five tyranny without the last of the libertarians butting in.
We wouldn't need to do it this way if our gov had done it's job in the first place.
 

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What happened to other 46 FROM NEW ENGLAND who were arrested and what were they arrested for?
Arrested for stuff found as a result of this bullshit roadblock. Likely drugs - malum prohibitum stuff.

If we want the tens of millions of illegals living in the US out then it's critical that we allow federal government agents to randomly stop and interrogate us as we go about our everyday American lives. Or something.

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We wouldn't need to do it this way if our gov had done it's job in the first place.
We don't need to do it this way though. If anything this is possibly the most inefficient, expensive, anti-liberty way of doing it.
 

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I think this is the thread where people from the original thread are going to come to celebrate government roadblocks.

So, maybe not a dupe but a place to high five tyranny without the last of the libertarians butting in.
Doubtful anyone likes government roadblocks. Roadblocks are inefficient and against the constitution and bill of rights for CITIZENS of the US.

However, with many Northeast local states, cities and government officials, aiding, abetting, pandering to, and paying benefits to illegal aliens, this is where we are at. Stop the freebies, jail the officials who hide and give aid to these people with our tax dollars, and we could really argue against the roadblocks as unneeded.

I've got a much better idea for ICE.....Go to Somerville, send out a flyer saying your giving away free shit. Fill the buses and take them away.
 
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Yeah. Because there are no other solutions other than stop-and-search every person in America all the time. [rofl]

It would be analogous to the Germans searching and seizing guns in the Warsaw Ghettos. All you need to do is search everyone and everywhere and the bad thing just disappears. ;)
 

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Federal border patrol agents arrested 25 illegal aliens during a three-day checkpoint this past weekend on Interstate 93 south in Thornton, the first such checkpoint in the Granite State in five years, the agency said. U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents arrested 25 people who did not have a valid immigration status. Fourteen were from Columbia and had overstayed their visas. Other illegal immigrants were from Colombia, Brazil, Ecuador and Mexico, according to customs officials. Border patrol would not identify the 25, citing its privacy policy. Another 46 people, nearly all from New England, were arrested at the checkpoint. Nearly all face drug charges after border patrol drug-sniffing dogs zeroed in on their vehicles, said Woodstock Police Chief Ryan Oleson, whose department assisted.

<http://www.unionleader.com/crime/us-border-patrol-arrests-25-illegals-at-i-93-roadblock-seizes-pounds-of-pot-20170828>
Good work. Strange, I didn't see this reported on the local network stations...
Awesome let's keep it going. ok
You wont and if you did they would make it appear as though Trump planted the drugs on them!
Great work!!

Just learned this morning in an article printed in todays Bangor Daily News that agents don't go looking for weed but they will take your stash if you lite one up in front of them. Sounds as if they are bound by Federal law.
Happy with illegals being detained.

Not happy with dog sniffing as legal probable cause to search.
A journey of millions of deportations begins with a single arrest.
^^^ all in favor of bigger government and not respecting people's rights. Outing themselves.

Edit - Adding one more:

They need to do more of this at the local level, especially the drug sniffing dogs.
 
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don't need to do it this way though. If anything this is possibly the most inefficient, expensive, anti-liberty way of doing it.
We're not going to get them all this way but it sends a message "your not welcome" border crossing have decrease alot, and self deportation i guess does work.

Now we just need to stop giving them anything and prevent them from working.
Show up at a school, get deported...show up at a hospital, get deported....show up at planned parenthood deported immediately.
 

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We wouldn't need to do it this way if our gov had done it's job in the first place.
maybe that was the point to begin with. flood the country, use the crackdown to get them out as a pretense to infringe on everyone's rights. get 'us' used to it. frog in the boiling water.
 

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maybe that was the point to begin with. flood the country, use the crackdown to get them out as a pretense to infringe on everyone's rights. get 'us' used to it. frog in the boiling water.
I do totally agree with you, you should watch the latest episode of "the strain"
Its about haveing a populace destroy itself by everyone just trying "to get by"
First by silence, then by comfort, then by collaboration.

Its just like these fake nazis on the news....atleast the head guys.
 
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