Insider working within Department of Homeland Security leaked internal documents before and after Al-Bokari’s arrest.
Al-Bokari and his associates traveled through Panama and were detained by Mexican authorities at the Mexicali airport on Monday, April 12.
The Yemeni national was soon after released by the Mexican government and was expected to make his way towards the Southern Border, according to a U.S. government “Significant Event Report” labelled as “unclassified // law enforcement sensitive.”
Just recently, two other Yemeni nationals on the terrorism watchlist were stopped at the U.S. border with Mexico, according to the Associated Press.
Al-Bokari was apprehended by U.S. authorities in Calexico, California on Tuesday, April 13.
[WESTCHESTER, N.Y. – Apr. 20, 2021] Project Veritas released a new video today featuring leaked Department of Homeland Security [DHS] documents showing how the U.S. government tracked Yemeni national Anwar Abdulrahman Mukred Saeed Al-Bokari, a known associate of men on the terrorism watchlist.
Starting his route in South America, Al-Bokari was able to make his way to the Mexicali airport in Northwest Mexico before being detained by Mexican authorities on Monday, April 12. He was soon after released back into the general public by the country’s government.
A leaked DHS document titled “Significant Event Report” and labelled as “unclassified // law enforcement sensitive” shows that the U.S. government was expecting Al-Bokari to make his way to the United States upon his release, given the precarious situation at the Southern border.
According to the Associated Press, two other Yemeni nationals on the terrorism watchlist tried to enter the U.S. illegally a few weeks ago. The current border crisis has emboldened dangerous individuals to attempt entry into the United States in that manner.
Soon after leaking the original report, a DHS insider provided a new document to Veritas showing that Al-Bokari was in fact apprehended by U.S. authorities in Calexico, California on Tuesday, April 13.
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