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U.S. Border Patrol Kicking out the Jams — Or At Least Folk Songs

This is one of more innovative ideas to come along in a long time. Interesting, though the obvious question is: Is it effective?

By Ashley Surdin
Washington Post Staff Writer

To its arsenal of agents, fences and stealthy sensors skirting our nation’s southern border, the U.S. Border Patrol may soon add another weapon in the fight against illegal immigration: a follow-up album.

Yes, as in CD. With singers, guitars. Accordions.

In what may be among the lesser-known deterrents exercised by our nation’s security forces, the Border Patrol is deploying up-tempo Mexican folk songs about tragic border crossings to dissuade would-be illegal immigrants. The agency has paid — how much, it won’t say — a D.C.-based advertising company to write, record and distribute an album, “Migra Corridos,” to radio stations in Mexico. Its title, its makers say, is intended to mean “songs of the immigrant” but “migras” is commonly understood as a code word for Border Patrol in much of Mexico.

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