U.S.-Mexico Border Cooperation, Coruption

Biz Journal

A hallmark of a number of immigration reform plans is to get more cooperation from Mexico in terms of border security and helping the U.S. to both control the flow of migrant workers and fight drug cartels and other smugglers.

Plans from both political parties call for more cooperation and coordination with Mexico on border and immigration matters.

The problem is any kind of cooperation and sharing of intelligence and communication systems with Mexico could run to the rampant corruption on the other side of the border.

Mexican government, police and military units struggle with corruption and direct links to drug cartels and immigrant smugglers. That creates problems when U.S. or border state officials looking to coordinate efforts. Information and intelligence sharing can often end up in the hands of organized criminal syndicates and cartels.

2 Responses to “U.S.-Mexico Border Cooperation, Coruption”

  1. Sherri Says:

    Cooperation from Mexico? HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

  2. James Paul von Helton Says:

    Yea, like that’ll happen………

    :/

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