Gustavo Mohar served as the head of Mexico’s national security intelligence agency (CISEN). He’s currently a consultant on security issues and immigration policy.
We spoke with him about organized crime in Mexico and the U.S.
We also discussed immigration. Mohar believes there are alternatives to “building a wall”.
He gave us a supply and demand labor history on immigration that demonstrates periods where labor demands were met successfully.
Mohar is in Chicago to participate in a symposium called, “E Pluribus Unum: The Immigration Conundrum,” which takes place March 3-4, 2016 at Northwestern University’s School of Law.