Border Patrol Exposes Cruel Human Smugglers — Makes it Personal

Se Busca
EDINBURG, Texas — Border Patrol officials are looking to expose the cruel human smugglers believed to behind many of the abuses that illegal immigrants go through. They are making it personal by posting their photos. A new effort kicked off in the Rio Grande Valley Sector forced a lowly cartel employee named Jose Guadalupe Valerio Lavansate to run away from South Texas to go hide in Mexico. The man is believed to be a low level member of the Reynosa based faction of the Gulf Cartel. In the wanted photographs used by authorities to identify the man, Valerio is wearing a white and black t-shirts with the CDG logo, which stands for Gulf Cartel. Valerio is just one of four individuals that have been directly affected by  a new strategy called “Se Busca” (Spanish for wanted). The media campaign is aimed at publicly identifying  and exposing individuals directly involved with human smuggling in the RGV, said Border Patrol RGV Division Chief J.R. Villarreal during an exclusive interview with Breitbart Texas. Instead of focusing on high profile criminals or masterminds who are often times rather cautious about being seen, the strategy is aimed at exposing the individuals who are tied directly