Past Features

July 17, 2017

Impatient with Wall Progress?
Look at what President Trump must deal with at CBP

A new Integrated Fixed Tower in the Coronado National Forest may not be able to spot illegal border crossers.
Glenn Spencer -- July 17, 2017
The best technology CBP could come up with --- probably doesn't work
    A June 12, 2017, report by the DHS Office of Inspector General, raised serious questions about the testing of Integrated Fixed Towers --- America's front line border technology.
    In light of this report, ABP took an even closer look at three of those towers. We used a drone to follow a test subject from the tower into a deep wash, 600 feet away.
    If you watch this video, you will come away with a better understanding of the challenge President Trump faces as he works to drain the swamp.
Note: Many times in the past we reported on what we thought were problems with these camera towers. The latest was on April 4.
COMING ATTRACTIONS: In our next report we will expose gross negligence, and possible corruption in our government that has cost taxpayers more than $300 million for the Integrated Fixed Towers to date. Those implicated will be officials in Customs and Border Protection, the Government Accountability Office --- and an elected member of the House of Representatives.