February 19, 2014 in TOR Blog
Guillermo Jimenez | In yet another case of “death by Border Patrol,” an unnamed agent stationed along the San Diego-Tijuana border shot and killed an undocumented immigrant last Tuesday, February 18. Once again, in common fashion, agents claim the victim “threw a rock.”
October 1, 2013 in TOR Blog
Guillermo Jimenez | A journey through a “rights free” zone is, on its face, ripe for abuse. Particularly within the last few years, the “border search exemption” has become a convenient tool for government officials to target those whom they consider to be a threat to the national security state.
September 17, 2013 in TOR Blog
Guillermo Jimenez | As more internal checkpoints spring up within the CFZ in places like California, Arizona, Texas, and even the northern states of New York and Maine, a public wary of the encroaching police and surveillance state has taken notice, and not everyone is going along with it.