This episode is dedicated to Tony Ponzio, get well soon.
At the outset of the episode Shawn Moran and Thane Gallagher being with the usual recap of social media messages and emails from listeners.
The first topic of discussion is, of course, the terror attacks in San Bernardino, CA. The talk ranges from what part Border Patrol agents played in the response to the responsibility of Islamic community leaders to do more to root out radicalized Muslims.
They also discuss Attorney General
Lynch's nonsensical comments about changing law enforcement and protecting Muslims. Shawn and Thane are then joined by JJ Carrell and Art Velez, both Border Patrol supervisors and past contestants on CBS's show, The Amazing Race.
The four then talk about past experiences in the Border Patrol, current events, and Art and JJ's experience on The Amazing Race. It is a fun, lively discussion that won't disappoint.
After the second commercial break, NBPC Local 2913 President Mike Cox calls in to discuss the case of an agent being disciplined for carrying his M-4 rifle.
This episode is long but worth the time. We think you will agree it is one of the best interviews of 2015.
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The Green Line
December 10, 2015
0:00 Crows Intro
1:07 Start of Episode (Thane Making Noise)
2:51 Social Media Recap
14:49 San Bernardino Terrorist Incident
25:33 Attorney General Pledges to Protect Muslims in America
34:13 More Thoughts on San Bernardino Case
36:05 A Month After Paris no intel from DHS
40:52 Commercial Break
42:08 Back from Break
43:52 Message from Acting Chief Vitiello
46:04 493 Days Since Murder of BPA Javier Vega
46:52 No criminal charges against agents for Ogdensburg checkpoint incident
49:23 Art Velez and JJ Carrell from The Amazing Race
1:47:55 End of Interview/Commercial Break
1:49:44 M-4 Discipline Case from Blaine Sector
2:03:51 BPUDN Stinger and Disclaimer