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Statement from CBP Commissioner Chris Magnus on the School Shooting in Uvalde, Texas

WASHINGTON - U.S. Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Chris Magnus issued the following statement today following the school shooting in Uvalde, Texas:. “On behalf of the entire CBP workforce, I extend my deepest condolences to the families and loved ones of the victims from today’s horrific school shooting in Uvalde, Texas. CBP responded immediately to the incident with local law enforcement. Many of our local CBP personnel live in Uvalde; they call this community home, and they work to protect their families, friends and neighbors every single day. We continue to coordinate closely with our federal, state and local partners in the aftermath of this senseless tragedy and will provide any further assistance needed.”
UVALDE, TX
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Statement from CBP Commissioner Chris Magnus Regarding the Transportation of Migrants to Washington, D.C.

Washington - U.S. Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Chris Magnus issued the following statement today regarding the transportation of migrants to Washington, D.C.:. "The men and women of U.S. Customs and Border Protection work tirelessly to secure and manage the nation’s borders, prioritizing the fair and humane treatment of every person we encounter. CBP follows the law to conduct that mission.
WASHINGTON, DC
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Letter: New TPD Chief Chad Kasmar and former Chief Chris Magnus

Tucson has a new Police Chief Chad Kasmar, who replaces former Chief Chris Magnus. He is now the Commissioner of U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), overseeing the Border Patrol. Kasmar intends to focus on traffic enforcement, officer retention and homicides. Magnus leaves Tucson, as December 20, with a record high 94 homicides and 83 traffic fatalities. Magnus also left a department with a high attrition rate of eight officers leaving per month. Great qualifications for Biden to appoint him as head of CBP having 60,000 employees. Kasmar is a veteran Tucson Police Department (TPD) officer and was promoted from within. Unlike Magnus, who has NO experience in immigration matters and appears sympathetic to people entering the country illegally. I feel sorry for the thousands of CBP officers, Border Patrol agents, and ICE agents having to work under an administration that does not enforce our immigration laws and refuses to secure the border. I can imagine that their morale is quite low now, to the joy of Democrats.
TUCSON, AZ
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