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Arizona Today 09/09/21 – Overflight of Arizona and Texas Borders

I thought you might get a kick reviewing this report. This was the exact report minus the REDACTIONS due to continued sensitive material (one of four) sent back channel to the White House and read by the President. Earlier reports sent by me first used the words, “caravans” and “invaders” to which the president then switched and used such in his speeches and announcements. You will notice the date on the report – December 7th, 2018.~LJR

Friday –
December the 7th, 2018
2045Hrs; C.S.T. (Texas)



SUBJECT OF BRIEFING: Over flight of Arizona and Texas Border

BRIEFER’S COMMENTS: The following is the first overflight report in a couple of weeks. As you know, the pilot who accomplished these incredible first-hand sightings, and has provided valuable Intel with many details, was shot down over the (REDACTED…REDACTED) area two weeks ago. Able to bring his crippled plane down for a safe landing, he was immediately taken to the hospital and underwent two surgeries on his leg having sustained two entry wounds of some significance. His plane likewise sustained damage requiring professional repairs along with a full safety inspection including flight. Typical for a “having served in combat as a Ranger and Recon” what little pain remains responds to aspirin he reports; well, maybe something a tad stronger but not much. Both pilot and plane now recovered, the report below is the first overflight, and he and I acknowledge that some invaders have gone missing. It appears incoming males as part of other caravans we have reported on have separated from the Tijuana contingency which is still significant in size and holding in Tijuana. There are multiple reports of small groups making their way through the Border War in the San Diego area, but appear to be easily met by American Border Patrol. Of concern are invaders moving toward Arizona and Texas. We now hope to have additional overflight reports with special attention to the Texas and Arizona Border, and points south already identified as holding or camping areas for caravans. ~LJR

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Doctor Rapacki,

We performed an Over Flight over our Mexican Border this date at ( REDACTED -Altitude Actual) beginning @ (REDACTED) and dropped our altitude to (REDACTED) Actual North of Laredo to roughly 50 miles West of Nogales and, on our return trip roughly 25 – 35 miles South of the Border back (REDACTED). My Aircraft in (REDACTED) was not quite ready when we arrived so, my Co-Pilot accompanied me in (REDACTED). We observed multiple small groups of 10 to 30 Invaders scattered from (REDACTED…REDACTED…REDACTED). We observed a total of roughly 200 to 300 Invaders along this section.

From the Laredo area to Del Rio we observed 5 different small groups of 10 to 20 Invaders along this section, totaling roughly 150 to 200. Roughly 50 miles on either side of El Paso we observed slightly larger numbers of small groups 3 to 10 miles South of our Border. There were roughly a total of 800+ Invaders.

Beginning 50 miles East of Douglas AZ to Bisbee AZ, the numbers of small groups increased even more so, from 30 to 40 Invaders each totaling roughly 400+ Invaders. From 50+ miles on either side of Nogales, we observed a large contingency of groups of 20 to 50 Invaders each totaling roughly 1,500+. We had to land in (REDACTED) to refuel. Two Pilots I have known for many years spoke with me and advised the Invaders were planning to rush the Nogales and Douglas POE’s but, did not know the time frame this was being planned for. The FBO Operator advised of his knowledge but, it was purely hearsay with nothing to back up his statements. At this point, we turned back East averaging a 25 to 35 mile distance South of our Border. South of Nogales AZ, we encountered two “Camp/Staging” areas with tents and tarp coverings consisting of approximately 800+/-. In the Bisbee to Douglas stretch, we as well saw one camp/staging area consisting of 400 to 500 Invaders.

From 50 miles of either side of El Paso, we observed multiple small groups of 10 to 15 each headed in a Northerly direction totaling roughly 300. In the Del Rio to Laredo stretch, we only viewed 4 small groups of 8 to 12 each again headed North mostly towards the Del Rio area, totaling roughly 50+. The last leg of our flight took us over the (REDCTED…REDACTED…) area ( REDACTED Altitude Actual) where we observed 4 small groups of 10 to 20 each appearing to be headed towards Brownsville. 2 of these groups were observed in the exact area I received gun fire from on my last Fly Over, totaling roughly 75 to 80. (REDACTED…………..REDACTED………….(REDACTED)……., it was obvious some amount of these Invaders were running for cover/concealment to prevent being seen.


Lyle J. Rapacki, Ph.D.
Protective Intelligence and Assessment Specialist
Consultant at Behavioral Analysis and Threat Assessment
Private-Sector Intelligence Analyst
U.S. Border Intelligence Group
ASIS International
Association of Former Intelligence Officers
Association of Threat Assessment Professionals – Arizona ATAP
International Association Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts
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