711 days since the murder of Border Patrol Agent Javier Vega, Jr. and CBP has not declared it a line of duty death. The Union will continue to fight to have his name on the wall in DC.
Shawn Moran, Art Del Cueto, and Chris Cabrera start off the show discussing whether the Border Patrol should have its own haka prior to heading out for patrol.
Shawn reviews their recent conference at Podcast Movement 16 and upcoming expansion to other platforms. The Green Line is now available on Otto Radio.
Don’t miss Karrson Koivisto from Gerber on this week’s radio broadcast of The Green Line, Sunday mornings at 7AM Pacific on KVOI 1030AM and KVOI.com We also announce the winner of the Propel Downrange Auto Knife.
Art reveals that he is one of the agents who has muster boots and field boots, but has raves for his Haix boots.
Coming up next week, AFGE President J. David Cox calls into the radio show to discuss the state of labor in the federal government.
In the social media update, the hosts discuss a critical review that points out some of the show’s shortcomings. It is a fair review and one which is being worked on to correct the problems.
Shawn provides an update on the latest round of the Nationwide Swap Program. Thanks to Robert Pepperdine for all his hard work on this issue.
While discussing the murder of 5 Dallas Police Officers, Shawn and Art give out information on two incidents that have occurred with Border Patrol agents that had the potential for conflict with suspected protesters.
The Texas Tribune and REVEAL have written several articles, the latest highlighting some of the shortcomings of Border Patrol leadership. The guys discuss the wake left by the past two Border Patrol chiefs.
Art and Chris gives a shout out to all our listeners and agents in Indio, CA and McAllen, TX. Also a shout out to our producer, Dan Benavidez, and his mom who faithfully listens on KVOI.
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