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Dangerous Rock Attacks on Border Patrol Agents Are Up; Chopper Brought Down by Rock in ‘79

Assaults by illegals, coyotes and narco-smugglers using large chunks of rock on US Border Patrol agents enforcing the US/Mexico border continues to escalate. These attacks can be life-threatening. In some instances, Border Patrol agents have been critically injured when struck in the face or head. Known as "rockings" among the agents, some of these attacks have left agents no choice but… Keep Reading

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NEW DETAILS – Dozens of Top US Military, Corporate Leaders on AQ ‘Hit List.’ CT Officials Debate Seriousness of Threat

Eleven of the nation’s top military leaders are among 58 past and present military, corporate and civilian officials who have been identified by members of the Al Qaeda-linked Ansar Al Mujahedeen jihadist forum as infidels who should be murdered, according to a jihadist “hit list” that accompanied a June 6 Florida fusion center bulletin. The… Keep Reading

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DHS: An Acceptable Level of Illegal Migration; a Downsized Border Patrol?

A variety of Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officials on the US border with Mexico interviewed by Homeland Security Today offered a candidly astonishing revelation. They said because of the decrease in apprehensions of illegals and the increase in seizures of narcotics trying to be smuggled into the country, Department of Homeland Security (DHS) leaders… Keep Reading

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Al Qaeda Could Try to Replicate Fukushima-type Meltdowns

A May 5  "intelligence brief" prepared by a Department of Homeland Security (DHS) official at the Pacific Regional Information Clearinghouse (PacClear) in Hawaii, warned Al Qaeda might try to cause the meltdown of certain vulnerable nuclear power plants in the US and Europe by replicating the failure of the electric supply that pumped cooling water to the reactors at the Fukushima… Keep Reading

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Will Cartels ‘Shoot it Out With [US] Law Enforcement?’

Editor’s note: the previous Kimery Report, "Attempted Cartel ‘Hit’ or Bizarre Attempt by DHS Agent to Get Reassigned?" explored an incident in San Antonio that law enforcement authorities continue to investigate as a possible attempt by a cartel to kill an ICE agent. Intelligence obtained by the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) deemed “reliable” was distributed… Keep Reading

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UPDATED – Silence Surrounding Alleged Home Invasion of ICE Agent Fuels Concerns, Speculation

One day early last Jan., Department of Homeland Security (DHS) officials and San Antonio police suddenly seemed to have legitimate reason to fear that a potentially “game-changing” event had occurred on US soil that could require an unprecedented response by the federal government against Mexico’s narco-cartels. At first glance, it appeared that a cartel “hit man” had audaciously stormed… Keep Reading

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‘Cloned’ Border Patrol Pickup with DHS Plates Stopped Carrying Pot; Driver in BP Uniform; Badge, Other BP Gear Seized

Within days of when more than a dozen illegal aliens were arrested near San Diego wearing US Marine uniforms in an allegedly stolen van with allegedly stolen and altered Department of Homeland Security (DHS) license plates, (first reported by Homeland Security Today), a “cloned US Border Patrol service truck” also bearing apparent DHS license plates… Keep Reading

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Criminal Complaints Provide Details on Smuggling of Illegals Wearing Marine BDUs

An 11-page “amended” criminal complaint that was filed last week in the case of the 13 illegal aliens who Homeland Security Today first reported were apprehended a week earlier by Border Patrol disguised as members of the US Marine Corps and transported in a van bearing allegedly stolen and altered US Government license plates, offers… Keep Reading

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UPDATED – Illegals Wearing USMC Uniforms Caught in Allegedly Stolen Van with Gov’t Plates

Editor’s note: This story, which was first broken Tuesday morning by Homeland Security Today, has been updated to make clarifications and to reflect current information. About a week before the authors of a Center for a New American Security (CNAS) report warned that the most dangerous threat to the United States and its allies in the Western Hemisphere is… Keep Reading

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Northern Border Intel-sharing Deficient, Fed Audit, Officials Say

In contrast to the extensive and routine sharing of intelligence and other cooperative efforts that exist between the federal agencies with responsibility for protecting the homeland from threats coming across the Southern border, a new Government Accountability Office (GAO) report concluded that just the opposite is happening on America’s Northern border with Canada. Despite the… Keep Reading

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Mexican DTOs’ Symbols, Other ‘Identifiers’ Described in Intel Bulletin

Analysts at the National Drug Intelligence Center (NDIC) believe “members of [Mexico’s narco-] cartels, their associates and their families” are “moving into many US cities along the border” as Drug Trafficking Organizations (DTOs) work to expand their operations in the US, according to the recent El Paso Intelligence Center (EPIC) Drug Enforcement Administration/Customs and Border… Keep Reading

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The Threat of Bioterrorism and the Ability to Detect It

A day after Congress passed legislation to overhaul food safety laws and on the heels of the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) disclosure that terrorism intelligence threat streams indicated Al Qaeda (AQ) has discussed an attack on US soil by contaminating "salad bars" and “buffets” with poisons, a Salmonella attack by Mother Nature sickened 89… Keep Reading

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