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In this Week’s Episode of The Green Line, Art Del Cueto talks about a friend and local reporter which was looking for reasons to disagree with Art in the situation at the Border. Art gives us a reminder of the reality of the situation along the Southern Border and following the Law. The laws are Non Partisan and Agents of the Border Patrol are enforcing the laws on the book. One of the largest sectors along the southern border is Tucson; Art shares some surprising numbers on trends in Crime for the Tucson Area, sadly that numbers project high crime in robberies in the sector. We're Number One. There has been lots of talk of a Shutdown of the Southern Border, Art talks about what that would mean and why the discussion in approaching caravans has focused on the closure and what that could mean. Art calls on Congress to change the ways Asylum request are processed and end Catch on Release. What is the Country of Mexico doing to stop this movement towards the US Borders? Anything? Art catches from flak on his pronunciations; we get a lesson on the proper pronunciation on Marana and a large street in Tucson. Brandon Judd, National President of the National Border Patrol Council responds to Lou Dobbs with an Op-Ed. The layout of the needs for Agents to also be responsible for aiding in processing Asylum Request is outlined in this written response. The latest in regards to a disruption in a recent Career Fair visit to the University of Arizona by Border Patrol invited for the visit and then verbally attacked during the session. Art sends a shout out to retiring PIC of Three Points Station, Clint Stoddard. We wrap up the show with an amazing turnaround from Art, he likes a New Coffee! Connect with us on our Social Media sites. Facebook The Green Line @NBPCGreenLine Twitter @BPgreenline Instagram theofficialgreenlinepodcast Website :

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