Category: News & Views

Texas Trucker Jabin “Wrong Way” Bogan deported to U.S. – Presser scheduled by Bogan’s lawyers

The National Immigration Institute (INM) has confirmed that Texas Trucker Jabin Akeem “Wrong Way” Bogan was flown in to the Abraham González International Airport in Ciudad Juárez and deported at the Bridge of the Américas just before noon. Ironically, the Bridge of the Americas was where Bogan’s odyssey began 7 months ago when he claims what was

VIDEO – US Department of Justice continues to refuse release of video that proves 15 year old willfully murdered by BP Agent Jesus Mesa Jr.

Attorney’s representing the family of Sergio Adrian Hernandez Güereca, the 15 year old teen wantonly murdered by US Border Patrol Agent Jesus Mesa Jr in 2010, continue to accuse the US Department of Justice of a coverup in the crime, citing their refusal to release and make public videotapes of the incident. These tapes disprove

Official Videos dispute claims of “rock throwing” in murder of 15 year old by Border Patrol in El Paso

With the recent attention we and others have brought to the rash of murders of Mexican citizens on Mexican soil by US Border Patrol agents, we’re coming closer to obtaining justice for those victims of these renegade agents. On June 7, 2010, 15-year-old Sergio Adrian Hernández Güereca, was murdered by U.S. Border Patrol Agent Jesus

Mexican company Bimbo may be the savior of the iconic “Twinkie”

Friday’s announcement by Hostess Brands Inc. that it will liquidate its business after striking workers with the Bakery, Confectionery, Tobacco Workers and Grain Millers International Union did not come to an agreement with company management, led to a run on Twinkies quickly emptying store shelves. Entrepreneurs quickly seized the moment with boxes of Twinkies appearing on

Jabin “Wrong Way” Bogan released from prison – Immediately taken into custody by Immigration officials

Jabin Akeem “Wrong Way” Bogan was released from Villa Aldama Federal Prison in Mexico Thursday night after payment of bonds and fines totaling $2000.00 US for his September 12 conviction for possessing prohibited ammunition in Mexico. Bogan has been held in the maximum security federal prison in the state of Veracruz since his arrest in

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Jabin Akeem “Wrong Way” Bogan learns his fate for carrying 268,000 rounds of prohibited ammunition into Mexico

Jabin Akeem Bogan, the US trucker from Dallas who was arrested in April and charged with smuggling prohibited ammunition into Mexico, was formally sentenced today to 3 years in prison and a fine of $2,680.00 pesos or about $205.00 US. On October 30, Judge Victor Manuel Jimenez Flores Third Unitary (Appeals) Court upheld the sentence

OOIDA’s latest lawsuit to stop Cross Border trucking with Mexico is as bogus as the other attempts

The latest attempt by Jim Johnston and OOIDA to throw a monkey wrench into the cogs of the Cross Border Pilot Program is another spurious and frivolous lawsuit filed against FMCSA concerning medical certification requirements for Mexican and Canadian truckers who operate in the United States. That’s right, you read it correctly. OOIDA is giving

DPS Director Steve McCraw ” Not Apologetic” for the murder of Guatemalan migrants by DPS sniper

BREAKING – HIDALGO GRAND JURY TO INVESTIGATE THIS CASE ACCORDING TO HIDALGO DISTRICT ATTORNEY RENE GUERRA Texas Department of Public Safety Director Steve McCraw is distancing himself from the murder of two Guatemalan immigrant by snipers firing from a DPS helicopter last Friday, referring questions to the departments press officer, but in an interview this

Mexican truckers take continuing education courses to comply with US English proficiency regulations

NUEVO LAREDO, Mexico…. Mexican truckers who haul the trailers back and forth across the border in Laredo Texas are enrolling in a basic course Intensive Conversational English to avoid being fined. FMCSA regulation 391.11.(b)(2) requires that truckers operating on US roadways be sufficiently proficient in English to understand road signs, converse with the public and

Mexican Secretariat of Communications and Transportation (SCT) extends weight restriction on double trailers another 6 month

The Secretariat of Communications and Transportation (SCT) has extended by six months the decree that sets the maximum weight for double trailers at 75.5 tons, a reduction from the 80 tons previously allowed, according to a notice published in the Diario Oficial de la Federación (DOF). The Diario Oficial de la Federacion is the equivalent

Two more Mexican motor carriers given approval to participate in Cross Border Pilot Program with Mexico

Over the spurious and frivolous objections of the Owner Operator Independent Drivers Association (OOIDA) and their President Jim Johnston, two more motor carriers from Mexico have received operating authority to participate in the Cross Border Pilot Program. GCC Tranpsortes SA de CV, a subsidiary of the multi-national Mexican owned, Mexican domiciled Grupo Cementos de Chihuahua

Decision postponed in case of Jabin “Wrong Way” Bogan due to prosecutions appeal of reduced charges

We reported on September 12, 2012, that a decision by a Mexican judge on a sentence for Jabin Akeem “Wrong Way” Bogan for “mistakenly” entering Mexico with a load of 268,000 rounds of NATO grade ammunition. That decision was inexplicably delayed. We now are learning from our sources in Mexico the reason for the delay.

Solution offered by Mexican Growers in Tomato Trade Dispute – Protectionist US Growers want no part of it!

THE GROWER 10/19/2012A compromise proposal from Mexican growers to raise the floor price of tomatoes exported to the U.S. is being heralded by some as the best thing for bilateral trade and a positive outcome for consumers and domestic growers. Representatives for Mexican growers met with Commerce Department officials Oct. 18 and proposed boosting the

FMCSA spanks OOIDA President Jim Johnston soundly! – But will Johnston get the message?

It’s been pointed out before how OOIDA has been reduced to submitting spurious protests and comments against each Mexican carrier who successfully passes it Pre-Authority Safety Audit or PASA in an attempt to delay entrance into the Cross Border Pilot Program. The latest against Transportes Monteblanco SA de CV. has been answered by the FMCSA that

DC Court of Appeals to hear OOIDA – Teamsters frivolous & Baseless lawsuit – December 6, 2012

A three-judge panel from the U.S. District Court of Appeals in Washington, D.C., has set Dec. 6 to hear oral arguments in the frivolous and baseless lawsuit filed by the Owner-Operator Independent Driver Association (OOIDA)  against the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s (FMCSA) cross-border pilot program with Mexico. The case is a consolidated case that includes the

CBP – Surveillance camera recorded murder of 16 year old José Antonio Elena Rodríguez in Nogales

A surveillance camera overlooking the area where US Border Patrol agents wantonly murdered a 16 year old Mexican national was operational and recorded the entire incident according to a statement released Saturday by the agency. “There was camera footage and it was turned over to the FBI. It’s now considered evidence, so it was turned

FBI: Gainesville Georgia marijuana traffickers sentenced – 1600 pounds marijuana seized in April 2012

Three men who planned to use a Gainesville Georgia warehouse to unload their vegetables and marijuana were sentenced today by Senior United States District Judge William C. O’Kelley, announced Sally Quillian Yates, United States Attorney for the Northern District of Georgia. Marco Ortiz-Barajas, 19, Angel Zamudio-Martinez, 54, Jose Luis Chavez-Morfin, 43, all of whom are