Archway Publishing / Simon & Schuster Releases “Deadly Injustice” Investigation Report on US-Mexico Border Atrocities and President Donald Trump’s Betrayal



WASHINGTON, August 17, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Archway Publishing / Simon & Schuster published “Lethal Injustice”, by a freelance journalist and communications consultant Juan B. Botero. The investigative report exposes the ideological roots and corruption of Americanized fascism and the atrocities committed against immigrants by MAGA’s white supremacist vigilantes at the border. It also exposes the ideological shift and the friendship of American conservatives towards Russia and their transformation into an agency of influence for Vladimir Putin. Report calls on Congress to launch a criminal investigation into the Trump family upon uncovering a framework of crimes against humanity, aiding and abetting domestic terrorism and treason against United States via multiple violations of the Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA). Given the urgent need for Comprehensive Human Immigration Reform (HCIR), this report lays the groundwork for Congress to investigate the atrocities on the U.S.-Mexico border and the ongoing betrayal against United States by former President Trump and his family.

Highlights of the report

  • Part i details crimes against humanity stemming from calls to action by President Trump and cultural influencers like Anne Coulter, Ted nugent, Lara trump, Tom tancred and Joe arpaio who openly advocate the use of murderous action against immigrants on the southern border, a unique form of anarchy reserved exclusively for undocumented immigrants from Latin America. The most recent example of an American conservative advocating the use of lethal force against immigrants was that of Lara Trump invite June 13, 2021 citizens living at the border to “arm themselves, obtain weapons” and “take matters into their own hands”.
  • Part II puts into perspective the astonishing social rise of the Slovenian top model Melania Knavs based on Botero’s experience in army counterintelligence during the Cold War. He explains how a former adult film actress, high-end escort and model became First Lady of United States just 10 years after becoming an American citizen, an unprecedented penetration of the American elite in record time.

Next October, Botero will present his report at the Book-to-Screen PitchFest event at Beverly hills, california as the foundation of a documentary series based on its evidence and findings. The series will include in-depth coverage of the U.S.-Mexico border killings as well as the history of sexpionage from the days of the Soviet Union to this day and its influence on the future of American politics.

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Juan B. Botero is an intercultural communication consultant with experience in media production, intercultural communication and business development serving private, government and non-profit interests in Asia, Europe, Latin America, the Middle East and United States. During his military service in the Colombian army, he was trained in counterintelligence and counterterrorism at the height of the Cold War. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Boston university and is a member of the Investigative Reporters and Editors (IRE) and the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA). He worked in strategic communication for political campaigns in United States, Colombia, Honduras and Peru and has been interviewed by regional and national affiliates of ABC, CBS, NBC, National Public Radio (NPR) as well as international networks such as British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), Radio Cadena Nacional, Radio Caracol, Radio Unica , CNN Español, Telemundo, TV Azteca and UNIVISION.

Point-of-contact: Nathalie Dean | Public relations manager | (202) 935-6517 | [email protected]

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