On this week's episode Shawn Moran, Art Del Cueto, and Chris Cabrera start off by discussing Dan Benavidez and the fact that CBP has yet to declare the murder of Javier Vega a line of duty death. Will Chief Morgan help us with this cause and show that he identifies as a Border Patrol agent?
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Once again the topic of polygraphs for CBP
employment is discussed especially some of the horror stories about how they are applied to applicants. It appears some polygraphs look at failing people as sport or have some axes to grind.
Shawn, Art, and Chris discuss a recent report about US citizens being detained and about the condition of Border Patrol stations and detention centers.
Prior to the July 4th holiday, CBP released info on four use of force incidents, providing some long called for transparency. Art and Chris give their opinion on whether this is the direction the agency should go.
Finally the guys discuss the Supreme Court's tie which sends the case on the President's executive actions back down to the lower courts. It send the message that even Presidents are not above the law.
Listen to Episode 87 on Sunday morning at 7AM Pacific on KVOI.com and KVOI-1030AM. WMEX radio host and award-winning journalist Michele McPhee joins us to discuss border security and how it impacts Boston and other cities.