Border Patrol Agent Rescues 5-Year-Old Girl From Rio Grande

Early in the morning on Friday, April 11, 2014, Border Patrol agents observed a group of illegal aliens cross the Rio Grande River into the United States near the train bridge in Eagle Pass, Texas. However, while swimming across the river, a 24-year-old Honduran woman let go of her 5-year-old sister, who quickly began to struggle to stay afloat in the river. A Border Patrol agent jumped into the river and pulled her to safety.

It is unknown if the woman and her sister were turned over to ICE for deportation to Honduras or if they were released on their own recognizance to further travel into the United States.

You can read more about the rescue below:

Eagle Pass Business Journal

Union Assists in Hosting Women in Law Enforcement Luncheon

On March 05, 2014, Agents from the Eagle Pass South Station Border Community Liaison (BCL) detail organized and hosted the Third Annual Women in Law Enforcement Conference at the International Center for Trade in Eagle Pass, Texas. BCL agents invited all the female law enforcement personnel stationed in the City of Eagle Pass, Texas and its surrounding community to attend the event. The purpose of the event was to recognize and honor the contributions of all women in law enforcement.

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Press Release on Kidnappings/Assaults in McAllen, Texas

San Diego, CA – March 14, 2014 – The 17,000 members of the National Border Patrol Council wish to express their deepest condolences over the recent tragedy that occurred on March 12th and 13th in McAllen, Texas. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the victims of this heinous crime. We cannot begin to fathom the pain and trauma they have suffered...

FLSA Lawsuit

The National Border Patrol Council (NBPC) has coordinated with the law firm of Woodley & McGillivary to file a collective lawsuit against the Agency for its failure to provide appropriate Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) payments to Border Patrol agents and Border Patrol agent canine handlers. More details concerning the lawsuit, and a consent/retainer form can be found in a letter that you may have received in the last two weeks. While the case is in its early stages, the attorneys have determined that it would be prudent to refrain from sharing the full nature of the charges at the moment. What we can tell you now is...

USBP Use of Force Press Release

IMPORTANT: This information should not be downloaded using government equipment, read during duty time, or sent to others using government equipment, because it suggests action to be taken in support of and/or against legislation. Do not list your government email or government address in filling out this message, and do not use a government provided phone for this action.


San Diego, CA – March 3, 2014 – “Reaching into his bag and taking out a stone, he slung it and struck the Philistine on the forehead. The stone sank into his forehead, and he fell facedown on the ground.” Samuel 17:49

The stoning of Goliath by David was not the first killing using rocks, nor will it be the last. Rocks can maim and kill just as easily as a knife or a firearm. Every day on the border between the U.S. and Mexico, Border Patrol agents are assaulted with rocks, bricks, and other projectiles. These weapons are readily available and have the potential to do great harm... continued below.

Cancer Fund for Uvalde Agent

Border Patrol Agent Barrett Blick is currently fighting a battle with cancer and is in need of support from agents everywhere so that he can receive treatment at a clinic in Germany. Every little bit helps!

Visit his donation page at the link below:

A CrossFit Competition will take place on February 22 at Shotgun CrossFit in Uvalde. Register below:

Shirts for the competition can be purchased here:

Congressional Hearing About AUO

To watch today's hearing about AUO, click here.

Office of Special Counsel's letter to the President about AUO from October 2013 can be viewed here (PDF).


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