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Illegal Aliens Crossing Texas Border In Record Numbers

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The monthly report from the Texas Border Security Operations Center (TBSOC) shows alarming numbers of illegal aliens (IAs) crossing the border at the five sectors being documented.

Year-to-Date, a total of 1,057,702 IAs crossed the Texas/Mexico border. 797,504 of them were “Other than Mexicans” or (OTMS). In Fiscal Year (FY) 2021, 113,716 of those were unaccompanied minors (UACs). There were 31,827 in 2017. The numbers in 2021 represent a 67 percent increase in UACs when compared to 2017.

TDOPS/BSOC report November 2021

The TBSOC reports are labeled “law enforcement sensitive” and are issued weekly to law enforcement and government officials. The public, however, is uninformed about the activity in the respective sectors. According to an exclusive by Epoch Times, the reports “emanate from the Border Security Operations Center, run by the Texas Rangers, which collates information from Border Patrol, as well as state law enforcement and participating local law enforcement.”

Stunning statistics emerge with a historical look at the border in these sectors. For example, a comparison of the October 2021 crossings with all IA crossings detected from January 2012 through October 2021 shows a 60 percent increase in October alone as compared to the nine-year total (2012-2021). Likewise, the drugs and firearms seized show equally alarming statistics when analyzed historically.

TDOPS/BSOC report November 2021/comparison

The increase in illegal activity at the Texas border between October 2020 and October 2021 also shows a 64% increase in illegal border crossings.


Detections, Drugs, and Firearms by month/BPOC

Ranchers bear the brunt of much of the illegal activity. The report shows numerous instances of IAs driving vehicles onto rancher properties and abandoning them as border protection agents attempt to apprehend them.

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