Is Homeland Security Falsifying Crime Statistics For The Mexico Border Area?
Falsifying crime statistic data about border crime along the Texas Mexican border to grab 6 million grant dollars is being revealed by PF Media’s undercover camera investigations! When Homeland Security Chief Janet Napolitano’s good friend Lupe Trevino took over as sheriff in Hidalgo County, somehow the violent crime problem along the illegal alien pipeline into the U.S. improved dramatically. How could that have happened so suddenly? Apparently, PJ Media reporter Bryan Preston said, “The grants pressure local law enforcement to tell false crime stats and fake border crime figures.” He is calling out local, state, and federal crime reporting agencies for faking crime reports that are giving local citizens a false sense of security! A crime analyst admits on hidden camera that “changing crime stats to make them look better” involves “fiddling with them.” By reducing downward aggravated assault and robbery, “you can justify it both ways,” says the analyst, who at one point is seen laughing about their illegal jiggering with the numbers!
By changing what goes to the feds, the local Hidalgo County officials allegedly reap huge federal grants, collected from American taxpayers, to buy all sorts of new equipment, personnel, and perks in general. The Stonegarden grant allowed Hidalgo officials to buy expensive police armored vehicles purportedly to fight crime. The PJ Media reporter called out these practices because some of the equipment is not being used solely for law enforcement. “They are used for politics,” says the investigative journalist in this outstanding two part series.
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