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Re: “Serraglio

I am not sure where you got your figures for Border Patrol deaths, but here is the actual list of deaths:
Aguilar, Luis-January 19, 2008
Blue, John- October 4, 1973
DeBates, George- December 19, 2004
Duran, Roberto- May 6, 2002
Epling, James- December 16, 2003
Fritz, Karl- October 4, 1973
Greenig, Nicholas- March 14, 2006

Haynie, Lester- June 14. 1985
Kirpnick, Alexander- June 3, 1998
Lugo, Richard- May 14, 1967
Magsamen, SEan- March 28, 2005
McKee, William- April 23, 1926
Ochoa, Victor- March 11, 1983
Parker, Lon- July 25, 1926
Pringle, George- December 28, 1940
Roberson, David- June 1989
Webb, David- November 3, 2006

That is seven deaths in the last ten years. However, Border Patrol is not the only agency to loose men along the border.

U.S. Customs:
Bokinskie, Charles- April 24, 1974
Bristow, Clyde- January 12, 1932
Daniels, William June 9, 1885
Dixon, Lewis- April 24, 1974
Friedli, Gary- March 4, 1998
Miles, Glen- February 21, 1986
Nielson, Robert- June 18,2002
Trask, Jewel- April 9, 1947
and
DEA Agent Richad Fass- killedJune 30, 1994 by Mexican drug dealers
U.S. Immigration Agent Wiliam Phillips January 7, 1970
U.S. Parks Ranger Kristopher Eggle killed by drug smugglers in the Organ Pipe National Park on August 9, 2002

These are only the officers who died in ARizona, you should also add in California, New Mexico and Texas.

You should research your facts before throwing out numbers to justify your position on the law enforcement danger along the border. You can find all these officers and 290 more listed in my book "The Last Full Measure: Law Enforcement Deaths in Arizona. There are even more officers' whose deaths are a direct result of undocumented aliens in this country.

Posted by PJ on 02/22/2011 at 8:00 PM

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