DHS Made Up Bogus Charges in Cover-up #637-3

Julia Davis, a former U.S. Customs and Border Protection Officer, and her husband, producer BJ Davis, tell the harrowing story that began on the Fourth of July, 2004 when she followed the rules of her job, and reported 23 people from terrorist countries crossing the border into the U.S, leading to her being targeted as a whistleblower by the Department of Homeland Security.

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Terrorist Checks Fail on US Borders #637-2

Julia Davis, a former U.S. Customs and Border Protection Officer, and her husband, producer BJ Davis, tell the harrowing story that began on the Fourth of July, 2004 when she followed the rules of her job, and reported 23 people from terrorist countries crossing the border into the U.S, leading to her being targeted as a whistleblower by the Department of Homeland Security.

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Court Rejects LAPD Impound Ban #VB122

Judicial Watch Litigation Director Paul Orfanedes describes the legal battle to uphold the California State Constitution following an astonishing attempt by the Los Angeles Police Department to deviate from uniform state laws that govern the use of all motor vehicles, traffic and the flow of traffic.

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DHS Whistleblower Terrorized Pt 1 #637

Julia Davis, a former U.S. Customs and Border Protection Officer, and her husband, producer BJ Davis, tell the harrowing story that began on the Fourth of July, 2004 when she followed the rules of her job, and reported 23 people from terrorist countries crossing the border into the U.S, leading to her being targeted as a whistleblower by the Department of Homeland Security.

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Blackhawk-SWAT Raid On DHS Whistleblowers #637-1

Julia Davis, a former U.S. Customs and Border Protection Officer, and her husband, producer BJ Davis, tell the harrowing story that began on the Fourth of July, 2004 when she followed the rules of her job, and reported 23 people from terrorist countries crossing the border into the U.S, leading to her being targeted as a whistleblower by the Department of Homeland Security.

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US Senate Demeans Cops Who Oppose Amnesty #VB120

Washington, D.C. A group of Western States Law Enforcement officials, that included elected County Sheriffs, attempted to present their objections to the U.S. Senate Committee hearing on the proposed Immigration Bill S744, when a U.S. Senator and Committee Staff members took action to discourage their participation.

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Hispanic Cop Opposes Amnesty Bill #VB119

Retired L.A. Sheriff’s Department Sgt. Richard Valdemar told Full Disclosure Network that Senate Bill 744, recently approved by the U.S. Senate, is basically an Amnesty bill that will award U.S. Citizenship to 11 million illegal immigrants.

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