EL CAZADOR DE SOMBRAS HIPOLITO ACOSTA PDF

Vivir bajo una identidad ficticia y arriesgar su vida eran parte del trabajo diario de HipOlito Acosta, agente del gobierno de los Estados Unidos. Trabajaba regularmente en operaciones clandestinas de gran importancia, infiltrando las bandas criminales de contrabando de inmigrantes y los carteles del narcotrAfico mexicano. Las investigaciones de Acosta son legendarias tanto entre las autoridades como entre los miembros de los carteles criminales que contribuyO a neutralizar. Acosta se hizo cruzar ilegalmente de MExico a Chicago en un camiOn lleno de inmigrantes pobres; se ganO la confianza de una banda internacional de falsificadores; se mezclO con algunos de los narcotraficantes mAs sanguinarios de MExico; y fue el objetivo de numerosos complots de asesinato por parte de los criminales a los que enviO a la cArcel. El cazador de sombras se lee como una novela policIaca. Este libro, mAs que un viaje por los bajos fondos de la frontera entre MExico y los Estados Unidos, es una conmovedora revelaciOn de lo que tiene que sobrellevar un agente para garantizar que la ley se aplique y para mostrar el lado humano de la inmigraciOn.

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Mar 21, Joe Montemayor rated it really liked it Well written and give a factual insight into the world of illegal trafficking. If your for or against immigration reform this is a must read for all involved in the Immigration debate.

Feb 22, Charissa rated it liked it Interesting concept, although I was under the impression Acosta was telling more tales of drug cartels than of human trafficking. The synopsis builds the story up to be a lot more interesting and edgy than it really is.

The manner in which Acosta writes also becomes uninteresting because it seems to be more of a pat on his own back. He attempts to regale the reader with his heroic efforts on each case as though he single handedly brought the perpetrator to justice, and no case would be solved Interesting concept, although I was under the impression Acosta was telling more tales of drug cartels than of human trafficking.

He attempts to regale the reader with his heroic efforts on each case as though he single handedly brought the perpetrator to justice, and no case would be solved without Hipolito Acosta. For such a short read, it took me awhile to get through it as my interest and commitment dwindled. Most of the talk comes from each end of the spectrum - receive them all with open arms OR send them all back.

I view this issue from a Kingdom of God with Christ as King worldview which causes me to reject both ends of the argument and seek a reasonable middle ground.

I am also interested in hearing from those with much deeper experiences, which led me to this book. The author jumps into the problem of human There has been lots of talk about the Immigration Policies of the United States lately. The author jumps into the problem of human smuggling on behalf of the U. He has a lot of zeal in pursuing and stopping those that treat humans as a mere commodity.

In this pursuit he allows himself to become a human commodity. Many of his stories are amazing and Acosta is to be commended for his courage. And will not be solved by people on each end of the political spectrum yelling at each other. Acosta makes this reality painfully clear in this book.

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Arajinn Los contrabandistas estaban tan ansiosos por partir como nosotros. Yo puse gasolina mientras Gonzalo iba a la tienda. El dinero cambiaba de manos en la calle sin que nadie se preocupara por ser arrestado. Tuvo que abrirle un agujero a la bota para dar espacio a su dedo hinchado. Copyright — Antoine Online — All rights reserved.

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