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Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
« Reply #180 on: 09 January 2020 at 12:25 »
And "they" say a wall is antiquated and doesn't work....

https://www.foxnews.com/us/border-patrol-san-diego-border-wall-rescue-stuck-smugglers

Illegal immigrants rescued at border wall in California after 'precarious situation'

 By Travis Fedschun | Fox News

Illegal immigrants get stuck on border wall trying to enter California

U.S. Customs and Border Protection came to the rescue of three people after agents on patrol saw them perched on top of the San Diego border wall. The trio were Mexican citizens illegally trying to cross into the United States.

Three people were rescued over the weekend after they were found trapped in "a precarious situation" on a new section of border wall near San Diego, according to officials.

A U.S. Customs and Border Protection news release said that around midnight Sunday, agents on patrol saw three people perched on top of the wall near Otay Mesa. The three, a man and two women, attempted to enter the U.S. illegally in dense fog by climbing the San Diego Sector’s new 30-foot, steel bollard wall before getting stuck, according to officials.

“These three were very fortunate to not have fallen from the top of the wall, which could have resulted in serious injury or death,” CBP San Diego Sector’s Acting Chief Patrol Agent Aaron Heitke said in a statement. “These dangers are not important considerations to smugglers, who place an emphasis on profits over safety.”

The trio ended up on the wet, slippery wall after smugglers abandoned them, which officials said left them in "a precarious situation."

Agents called in firefighters with San Diego Fire Department to get the group down safely using a ladder truck

Three people were stuck on top of the new border wall around midnight on Sunday in San Diego. (U.S. Customs and Border Protection)

Once on the ground, agents questioned the group and found all three were Mexican citizens illegally trying to cross into the United States, Border Patrol said.

A 36-year-old male, a 20-year-old female, and an 18-year-old female were transported to a nearby Border Patrol station for processing. Officials did not say how they got on top of the wall.

The new stretch of border wall includes 14 miles of 18-foot, primary steel bollard fencing built in San Diego County as part of President Trump’s campaign promise to build a wall along the southern border. It has a secondary 30-foot steel bollard barrier behind.

The two barriers in San Diego sector (U.S. Border Patrol)

The new construction replaced 8-foot landing mats, usually supported by a steel mesh behind them.

The project to install 14 miles of replacement barriers began in May 2018 and is now complete. The secondary project began in February 2019 and it includes 2 miles of wall that did not exist before, officials say.

Trump visited the San Diego project in September and described it in glowing terms — even signing his name on the barrier.

14-mile border fence replacement project complete in San Diego

Fourteen miles of old border fencing from the 1990s has been replaced in San Diego, Calif., with another 14 miles of secondary fencing being added. William La Jeunesse reports from the border.

“So it’s a very powerful, very powerful wall, the likes of which, probably, to this extent, has not been built before,” he said.

"But the numbers now are way down," he later added. "And as the wall goes up — literally, as the wall goes up, the numbers go down."

How effectively the new barrier deters migrants and stops crossings is tough to calculate. The construction of the wall, however, did coincide with a sharp decline in apprehensions. In August 2019, there were 3,326 apprehensions in the San Diego sector, down from 6,880 in March and 5,884 in May.
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Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
« Reply #181 on: 10 January 2020 at 12:35 »
Finally, some good news from our Southern border. Now If we could just get the rest of the muds to do the same.

https://www.foxnews.com/world/asylum-seeker-cuts-his-own-throat-yards-from-us-border-after-being-denied-entry-report

Mexican asylum-seeker cuts own throat yards from US border after being denied entry: report

By Edmund DeMarche | Fox News

An unidentified Mexican asylum-seeker took his own life Wednesday just yards from the U.S. border after he was denied entry, a report said.


Another unidentified Mexican that cut its own throat

The man was in his 30s, Reuters reported, citing two Mexican security officials. The incident occurred on a bridge spanning the  Rio Grande about 5 p.m. local time. After being denied entry, the man was seen taking out a knife and slitting his own throat. He died a few yards away from the border with Pharr, Texas, on the Mexican side.

Officials from U.S. Customs and Border Protection did not immediately respond to an after-hours email from Fox News. The Reuters report said it was unclear why the man killed himself.

The U.S. moved aggressively over the past year to reduce the number of asylum seekers arriving at its southwest border through a series of measures aimed at making it a less attractive option.

In recent days, guidance was reportedly sent to U.S. asylum officials that said Mexicans would now be included in the so-called “Remain in Mexico” program that sent non-Mexican asylum seekers back to Mexico to await their asylum cases.

The Tamaulipas attorney general’s office said it was investigating the man’s death, Reuters reported.
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Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
« Reply #182 on: 17 January 2020 at 14:05 »
Looks like another brown wave is on it's way, to help contribute to the destruction of country.

https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2020/01/sends-asylum-seekers-guatemala-caravan-heads-north-200116225129401.html

US sends asylum seekers to Guatemala as new caravan heads north


More than 2,000 Honduran migrants and asylum seekers leave for US, despite expected obstacles on route and at borders.

by Jeff Abbott
16 Jan 2020 23:26 GMT

Honduran migrants travelling in a caravan headed towards the United States stand while police block the road at the border between Honduras and Guatemala in Agua Caliente, Guatemala [Fabricio Alonso/Reuters]

Guatemala City, Guatemala - More than 2,000 Honduran migrants and asylum seekers entered Guatemala on Thursday as part of the latest caravan to leave for the United States, despite new asylum agreements across the region and vows to stop their advance.

The caravan split into two groups, with one heading to the remote northeast Peten Department in hopes of finding a safer crossing into Mexico. On Wednesday, new Guatemalan President Alejandro Giammattei said Mexican officials have said they would not permit the caravan to cross into Mexico. But migrants told Al Jazeera that some believe the border crossings in Peten will be open and more secure.

More: Rights groups slam Mexico detention of documented asylum seekers
US sends first Honduran to Guatemala under new asylum deal
US held record 69,550 migrant children in custody in 2019: Report

Videos shared on Facebook showed streams of migrants walking down the hot, sun-drenched highways in the far north of the country. Other migrants followed the routes taken by previous caravans to the Mexican border town of Tapachula.
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Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
« Reply #183 on: 22 January 2020 at 14:02 »
I think I approve of this use of Mexico as a buffer to the rest of Central and South America, even though I'm not pleased with relying on the Mexican muds for my people's safty. Maybe we should just kick out the Mexican muds and take over Mexico. The Mexican southern border is much smaller than than the United States', so it would be a lot easier to wall off and protect. Of course in a perfect world these mud races would be non-existent and not an issue for our people. My concern is if this is just a distraction that is allowing this mud races to sneak into our country undetected.

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-latin-america-51180456

Hundreds of US-bound migrants stopped from entering Mexico

21 January 2020

Migrants cross the river Suchiate on the border between Guatemala and Mexico on Monday

Hundreds of migrants who waded across a river on Mexico's southern border have been stopped from entering the country on their way to the US.


The migrants, mainly from Honduras, took to the water after being refused permission to cross a nearby bridge.

The security forces fired tear gas to force the migrants back and rounded up those who managed to make it across.

Mexico has cut off migration routes to the US under pressure from President Donald Trump.

National Guard troops with riot shields were seen trying to stop the migrants from climbing the banks of the Suchiate river, which marks the border between Mexico and Guatemala.

Some of those who were trying to reach Mexico threw stones at the police.

The detained migrants have been transferred to immigration stations. They will be returned to their home countries if their legal status cannot be resolved, the government said.

The migrants had been camped out in the Guatemalan town of Tecún Umán, across the border from Mexico's Ciudad Hidalgo.

Eight representatives of the migrants were allowed into Mexico for talks with the authorities and to pass a letter on to President Andrés Manuel López Obrador.

They urged him to let them pass and promised to respect the law.

Those who tried to cross the river on Monday were part of a 2,000 to 3,500-strong group dubbed "2020 Caravan", evoking previous attempts to cross Mexico en masse to reach the US border.

For its part, Guatemala said several thousand migrants had crossed into its territory from Honduras since Wednesday.

Many of the migrants on the Mexico border said they were fleeing violence, poverty and high murder rates.

"We got desperate because of the heat. It's been exhausting, especially for the children," Honduran migrant Elvis Martínez told AFP news agency.

Mexico has said they can stay and work in Mexico and apply for asylum but will not be allowed free passage to the US.

"They're trying to trick us. They tell us to register, but then they deport us," another migrant said.

The Mexican interior ministry said it had already taken in 1,100 migrants in the states of Chiapas and Tabasco. Most would be returned to their country of origin "if their situation warrants it", it added.

President Trump reached a deal with Mexico in June to stem the flow of migrants to the US after threatening it with high tariffs. Mexico agreed to take "unprecedented" steps to curb irregular migration, including deploying the National Guard.

Another agreement, with Guatemala, designates that country as a "safe third country". Under the accord, the US can send migrants from Honduras or El Salvador who pass through Guatemala back to that country to seek asylum first.

Mr Trump has made the fight against illegal migration to the US a major policy issue and has taken measures to deter entry across the border from Mexico, including plans for a border wall.
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Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
« Reply #184 on: 30 January 2020 at 01:58 »
Even with the Images of the Mexican government fighting back the more southern Spanish speaking muds, this article should be a reminder that we still have the entire third world population attempting to enter our borders.


https://kfoxtv.com/news/local/border-patrol-in-el-paso-continuing-to-apprehend-illegal-entrants-from-various-nations

Border Patrol in El Paso continuing to apprehend illegal entrants from various nations

by David Cross
Monday, January 27th 2020

EL PASO, Texas (KFOX14/CBS4) — U.S. Border Patrol agents in the El Paso Sector are continuing to apprehend individuals from various countries attempting to enter the United States illegally.

U.S. Customs and Border Protection said Border Patrol agents working near downtown El Paso noticed a suspicious vehicle Friday that picked up three people suspected of having entered the U.S. illegally.

The agents attempted to stop the vehicle, but the driver sped off leading to a pursuit along Loop 375 near UTEP, officials said.

The pursuit ended when the vehicle entered an apartment complex in the Sunset Heights area and those in the car fled on foot, according to CBP.

CBP said one of the agents noticed the vehicle had been left unattended on a steep incline and immediately jumped into the vehicle to prevent it from rolling downhill into traffic or housing in the area.

Agents notified UTEP police about the subjects being in the area.

One of the suspects was tracked by Border Patrol agents and was discovered hiding in the nearby residences. CBP said the individual was a Cuban national illegally in the U.S. and they were taken to El Paso Border Patrol Station and processed for removal.

In a separate incident in Fabens, Texas, Border Patrol agents were alerted to a group of people attempting to enter the U.S. illegally by surveillance camera operators.

CBP said agents searched the area and discovered four people attempting to hide in heavy brush. According to CBP, two of the four were Mexican nationals and the other two were Turkish nationals.

All four people were taken to the Clint Border Patrol Station for processing, CBP said.
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