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Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
« Reply #145 on: 23 September 2019 at 13:08 »
https://www.foxnews.com/us/american-driver-arrested-texas-illegal-immigrants-tractor-trailer-border-patrol

US citizen arrested in Texas after 53 illegal immigrants found inside sweltering tractor-trailer: officials

By Stephen Sorace | Fox News

An American driver has been arrested in Texas after border agents found 53 illegal immigrants from Mexico and several other countries south of the U.S. border hidden inside a sweltering tractor-trailer, authorities said Friday.

The unidentified driver was the only visible occupant inside the vehicle when it pulled up to the Interstate Highway 35 (IH-35) checkpoint north of Laredo on Tuesday, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) said in a statement.

A canine alerted border agents to the odors of concealed humans or narcotics from inside the trailer during a primary inspection of the vehicle, the CPB said. Upon further examination, agents said they discovered 53 migrants from Mexico, Ecuador, Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras, who were "all illegally present in the United States."

The temperature inside the trailer was recorded at 105 degrees at the time of the discovery, though no one required medical attention, according to the CPB.

Agents arrested the U.S. citizen and all 53 illegal immigrants, who they said would be "processed accordingly." Border Patrol seized the tractor-trailer.

It was unclear whether the driver is facing charges, but investigators called the incident a "human smuggling attempt."

Homeland Security Investigations is handling the case.
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Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
« Reply #146 on: 24 September 2019 at 20:41 »
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Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
« Reply #147 on: 06 October 2019 at 11:51 »
These numbers aren't even figuring in the month of September or muds that approached the border at "designated" checkpoint. And we don't have a problem with a brown invasion according to our enemies.

https://www.businessinsider.com/border-patrol-number-of-arrests-migrants-immigrants-highest-since-2007-2019-10

The number of migrants arrested at the US-Mexico border is the highest it's been since 2007, new federal data shows

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New federal data shared with The Washington Examiner shows the number of migrants arrested at the US-Mexico border is the highest it has been since 2007.About 851,000 people were apprehended and taken into custody by border patrol agents in fiscal year 2019, which ran from Oct. 1, 2018 to Sept. 30, 2019.The number of migrants who claimed asylum once in custody has not been released by the federal government, and the figure does not include those turned away at ports of entry, nor does it include arrests at the US-Canada border or along the Pacific and Atlantic coasts.More families than ever are being arrested at the US-Mexico border, with more than 450,000 people apprehended in fiscal 2019 having arrived with a family member, compared to fewer than 80,000 in 2015.Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.

The number of migrants being arrested at the US-Mexico border is the highest it has been since 2007, new federal data shows. About 851,000 were apprehended and taken into custody by border patrol agents in fiscal year 2019, which ran from Oct. 1, 2018 to Sept. 30, 2019.

Federal data on migrant arrests was shared with The Washington Examiner. The US Customs and Border Protection agency has not released data on how many migrants were able to claim asylum after being taken into custody. 

The number does not include those who approached designated ports of entry along the southern border. As of Aug. 31, not including the September figure (which has not yet been released), 263,000 migrants were denied entry at ports. Neither figure includes arrests or those denied entry at the US-Canada border or along the Pacific and Atlantic coasts. 

40,000 migrants were taken into custody in September after crossing the border into Texas, Arizona, New Mexico, and California, compared to 132,000 in August. None of the figures provided by CBP reflect the number of migrants who enter the US illegally without detection.

Of the migrants crossing the US-Mexico border in fiscal 2019, at least 250,000 were Guatemalan and another 250,000 were Honduran. Under President Donald Trump's Zero Tolerance policy, more migrant families have been arrested than ever.

More than 450,000 of the migrants arrested in fiscal 2019 arrived with a family member, compared to fewer than 80,000 of those arrested in 2015. The number of families arrested has only increased since the Border Patrol agency was created in 1924, with a sharp uptick under the Trump administration, in comparison to the total number of arrests, which has fluctuated. 

Past data from US Border Patrol on the total number of apprehensions along the southern border shows that, starting in 2008 — the first year of President Barack Obama's term, the number of total arrests began to decline sharply. During President George W. Bush's administration, the number frequently rose above 1 million.

Under Obama, arrests typically hovered under 500,000. Under the first two years of Trump's administration, before the Zero Tolerance policy was instituted in 2018, the numbers remained at about the level under Obama's administration. The most recent data indicates a sharp rise after Trump's 2018 policy — more than doubling the fiscal 2018 number — but there are still not as many arrests as there were under the Bush administration. 
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Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
« Reply #148 on: 08 October 2019 at 03:15 »
https://www.propublica.org/article/pharmaceutical-companies-are-luring-mexicans-across-the-u.s.-border-to-donate-blood-plasma

Pharmaceutical Companies Are Luring Mexicans Across the U.S. Border to Donate Blood Plasma

Companies offer high payments and bring-a-friend bonuses to Mexicans who cross the border on temporary visas to donate blood plasma. The U.S. offers weaker health protections for donors than most countries.

by Stefanie Dodt and Jan Lukas Strozyk, ARD German TV, and Dara Lind, ProPublica
Oct. 4, 12:01 p.m. EDT

Every week, thousands of Mexicans cross the border into the U.S. on temporary visas to sell their blood plasma to profit-making pharmaceutical companies that lure them with Facebook ads and colorful flyers promising hefty cash rewards.

The donors, including some who say the payments are their only income, may take home up to $400 a month if they donate twice a week and earn various incentives, including “buddy bonuses” for recruiting friends or family. Unlike other nations that limit or forbid paid plasma donations at a high frequency out of concern for donor health and quality control, the U.S. allows companies to pay donors and has comparatively loose standards for monitoring their health.
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Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
« Reply #149 on: 12 October 2019 at 00:15 »
These mud races act like it's their right to be in our country. I'm sure that's thanks to the propaganda our enemies are feeding them.

https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article/adolfoflores/asylum-seekers-protesting-bridge-close-matamoros-texas

Asylum-Seekers Protesting Squalid Conditions Shut Down A US Border Crossing For 15 Hours

"This is an injustice," said one asylum-seeker.

By Adolfo Flores, Reporting From Matamoros, Mexico
Last updated on October 11, 2019, at 11:58 a.m. ET

MATAMOROS, Mexico — Asylum-seekers frustrated over increasingly squalid conditions at the southern border — where they have been forced to wait until their US immigration court dates — shut down a normally busy international border crossing Thursday.

At about 1:30 a.m., a group of up to 300 immigrants marched to the middle of the Gateway International Bridge, which connects Brownsville, Texas, and Matamoros, Mexico, and sat down in the roadway, blocking traffic in both directions for nearly 15 hours. The group remained there through the afternoon until shortly after 4 p.m. when US Customs and Border Protection (CPB) officials reopened the bridge.

On the southern side of the bridge is an ever-growing encampment of asylum-seekers sent back to Mexico until their immigration cases are adjudicated under the Trump administration's "remain in Mexico" policy. More than 51,000 asylum-seekers have been returned to Mexico under the Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP) across the southern border.

In Matamoros, where about 1,000 asylum-seekers sent back under the program are living on the streets under tents and blankets, many rely on donated food.

Celia, a 42-year-old asylum-seeker from Honduras, said living in the encampment is difficult, in part, because there is no clean water to bathe in or to wash clothes. Immigrants often use the Rio Grande, the dangerous and polluted waterway that has claimed the lives of immigrants attempting to cross. Adults and children have developed rashes after bathing in the river.

"This is an injustice," Celia said.

All of the immigrants who spoke to BuzzFeed News for this story declined to use their full names due to concerns for their safety.

Other immigrants said they were frustrated by the lengthy duration they must wait for their asylum cases to be decided by an immigration judge. Some who believed they would receive a determination at their first court date, despite proceedings requiring multiple hearings, have grown desperate after being sent back to Matamoros with court dates weeks or months in the future.

Sara, a 35-year-old Honduran asylum-seeker who was among the protesters on the bridge, said she's been living on the streets of Matamoros for two months with her three children.

"If [the US] is going to give us an opportunity we want them to tell us because I have three kids I have to fight for," Sara said. "They keep telling us we have to wait longer and longer. When will it end?"

Critics of MPP have said forcing asylum-seekers to wait with few resources and access to legal information in dangerous Mexican cities like Matamoros is part of the Trump administration's plan to wear down immigrants.

In addition to squalid conditions and long wait times, asylum-seekers returned to Mexico also face the threat of violence and kidnappings. A State Department advisory for the Mexican state of Tamaulipas, which includes cities like Matamoros and Nuevo Laredo, warns US citizens about threats to safety when traveling to the area, noting that murder, kidnapping, and sexual assault are common.

Asylum-seekers returned to Mexico under MPP have reported more than 340 incidents of rape, kidnapping, torture, and other violent attacks, according to a report from Human Rights First.

At a White House press briefing on Tuesday, Mark Morgan, acting commissioner of CBP said Mexico was providing humanitarian protection to asylum-seekers.

“With MPP, migrants are receiving due process and protection while the United States is restoring integrity to our immigration system,” Morgan told reporters.

Also on the bridge was Jilma, a 26-year-old Honduran asylum-seeker who was sent to Nuevo Laredo after presenting herself at the US border. Along with a group of other immigrants, she was transported to a shelter at the direction of Mexican immigration agents.

Along the way, the bus was stopped by federal police, Jilma said, who ordered all of the immigrants off the vehicle. Moments later the group was boarded onto trucks at gunpoint by men who took them to a large house with about 300 kidnapped immigrants. When Jilma and two other women couldn't provide phone numbers for family members who could pay a ransom, some of the men took them to another room and took turns raping them, she said.

"While they raped us they told us they would do the same things to our children," Jilma told BuzzFeed News. "They let us go, but before they left they took photos of us and told us to never return to Nuevo Laredo."

Jilma has since made her way to Matamoros where she hopes she will be safe, but is fearful of returning to Nuevo Laredo in January for her court hearing on the other side of the border.

Because the protest shutdown the bridge, asylum-seekers who had hearings inside newly erected tent courts on the other side of the Rio Grande were unable to see the immigration judge and CBP said their hearings would be rescheduled to a later date, potentially months down the line.

"It is so hard to get ahead," said Claire Noone, an immigration attorney who has worked with asylum-seekers in Matamoros. "Protesting abhorrent conditions leads to individuals being forced to exist in those conditions longer."

Henri Vinet-Martin, another immigration attorney who was worked with immigrants in Matamoros, said the other "travesty" is asylum-seekers in MPP find it nearly impossible to find US attorneys who can take their cases.

"How can you even think about your case when you're trying to figure out how to feed your baby?" Vinet-Martin told BuzzFeed News. "They're being denied access to their right to have an attorney not paid for by the US government."

One estimate from July found that only 1.2% of MPP cases that had already been decided had legal representation. The odds of an asylum-seeker winning their case increase exponentially if they have an attorney.

At one point the mayor of Matamoros, Mario López Villarreal, went to speak with the protesters about their concerns of living on the streets and, in an attempt to talk them off the bridge, offered them space at a shelter. Some of the immigrants balked at the offer while others accepted an invitation to speak to city officials about their concerns.

"He's never come to speak to us and only came after we shut down the bridge," said Alex, a 25-year-old from El Salvador. "I don't trust him."
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