May 13th, 2010
04:50 PM ET

Loose enforcement on U.S./Mexico border

Rancher Robert Krentz's body was found on his property near the Mexican border, brutally shot along with his dog. Officials tracked footprints from the crime scene back to the border. Now, other ranchers say they want stronger enforcement at the border before the dangers hit their own properties. Recent changes to how borders are enforced feel more tenuous to some. Randi Kaye takes you to one area where the smugglers and illegal immigrants just brazenly walk around a checkpoint to skirt it. It's as easy as that.

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  1. Luis Teixeira

    No president, including Carter, Reagan, Clinton, Bush Sr. and Jr., and now Obama have made headway in addressing these problems. And, like each of the issues, illegal immigration has come to a cataclysmic point: One where the President of the United States can no longer look the other way. Perhaps just as Obama has steamed full speed ahead with health care letting nothing deter him from his mission, he can now be the first to appropriately address illegal immigration.
    The crime should be content on the border, and don't let it pass to populations..

    May 13, 2010 at 5:37 pm |