This week on the official podcast of the National Border Patrol Council, we discuss the Integrity Advisory Panel’s report and recommendations for CBP. We aren’t happy with their inability to take responsibility or how they place a lot of the blame on the Union.
After the commercial break, we talk with Rep. Duncan Hunter (R-CA) about what he sees happening with the border and the future. it is a refreshingly candid conversation with a legislator who has not forgotten about accomplishing your mission while taking care of your people.
Finally, we continue our fight to bring recognition to Border Patrol Agent Javier Vega, Jr. 591 days after his murder, CBP seems no more willing to classify his death as line of duty. We show that there is precedent for such a move.
March 17, 2016
[1:20] Welcome/591 Days Since Murder of BPA Javier Vega
[3:50] Laredo Public Affairs
[6:03] Integrity Advisory Report
[25:09] Commercial Break
[27:04] Back from Break
[33:18] Interview with Rep. Duncan Hunter (R-El Cajon, CA)
[47:23] Info on Line of Duty Deaths from “Deep Throat”
[50:47] Green Lives Matter
51:38 Disclaimer and BPUDN Stinger