Documentary also uncovers alarming link between illegal aliens and radical Islamists
Tens of thousands of convicted felons, including murderers and sex offenders, regularly are breaching the United States national boundary along just one section of the shared line with Mexico, according to a revealing new documentary called "Southern Exposure: Battle for the Border."
Eyefull Video Productions, located in the migration hotbed of Tucson, Ariz., has produced a made-for-TV special about the U.S./Mexico border crisis. It suggests that the invading hordes also may have an agenda of damage to the U.S. far beyond ordinary crime such as robbery, looting and even homicide.
In anticipation of its Sept. 15 release date, when it is scheduled to be available on DVD on Amazon, producer Stan Wald and director Jerry Misner talked about their documentary with WND.
"We used to be in broadcasting, and we were getting towards retirement age and saying, 'What do we really want to do?' That's one of the joys of actually retiring," said Misner, a former U.S. Marine and Vietnam vet. "We started about four years ago doing television commercials and corporate-imagingvideo , and we started thinking we'd really like to do something meaningful and give something back to the country because it's been good to us overall," he explained.
"We discovered there were elements of the mass migration that were not being covered in major news across the country, but only in local communities adjacent to the border," said Wald. "So we decided to start digging into things and getting some answers that the media wasn’t providing."
Wald said that in fiscal year 2008-2009, there were 378,000 apprehensions by the Border Patrol in the Tucson sector alone, which is only 262 linear miles.
In the documentary, U.S. Border Patrol Agent Michael Scioli says the USBP estimates that agents apprehend one out of every three or four illegal migrants. He says that 15 percent of the aliens caught in the Tucson sector are convicted felons. That's 57,000 convicts.
"I'm talking about major things: homicides, sex offenders is one of the top three – hugely sex offenders," Scioli says.
He explains that many alien sex offenders are arrested by police, do some jail time, then they are deported, and the USBP subsequently catches them re-entering the U.S. He also says that while U.S. sex offenders have to register where they live, alien sexual predators could be in anyone's neighborhood stalking children.
Misner said, "Of that 15 percent of bad guys, there were lots of MS-13s, La Familia, Sureños – all the Mexican and South American gangs. So the ones that didn't get caught, which is more than did get caught, they come and they do their same gang thing here in the United States."...