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Michael Cutler
Michael Cutler
Michael Cutler, retired 30 Year INS Officer, standing tall against illegal immigration. Cutler was also INS representative to the Unified Intelligence Division (UID) of the DEA. Michael now hosts TalkBorder.com | Photo: | Michael Cutler, Ins, Talk Border, Immigration, Federal Agent,

Michael Cutler and Charles Faddis on financing border terror

Charles S. Faddis, President of Orion Strategic Services, LLC is a former CIA operations officer with twenty years of experience in the conduct of intelligence operations in the Middle East, South Asia and Europe. He has worked against the most dangerous terrorist organizations on the planet and has extensive firsthand experience with their methodology and tactics. His last assignment prior to retirement in May of 2008 was as head of the CIA's terrorist Weapons of Mass Destruction unit. He took the first CIA team into Iraq in the Summer of 2002 in advance of the invasion of that country and has worked extensively in the field with law enforcement, local security forces and special operations teams. Since retirement, he has written extensively and provided training to a wide variety of government and private entities.

Michael Cutler: I think it is absolutely essential that I explain who I am. I also feel it is important to explain why I have embarked upon a mission to provide insight about our nation's many failures in securing the United States borders. My opinions are based on thirty years of experience with the former Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS). Beyond my professional experience, I'd also like you to understand that who I am as a human being is a foundation for my opinions as well.

Why is immigration such a large issue? Immigration impacts many of the most important challenges confronting our nation today. It impacts national security, criminal justice, the economy, the environment, health care and education (to name a few). Anyone who believes that these issues need addressing must also address the immigration component of these issues.

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