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Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
« Reply #195 on: 14 March 2020 at 19:31 »
Who says walls don't work?

https://www.foxnews.com/us/pregnant-woman-19-killed-after-falling-from-us-border-wall

Pregnant woman, 19, killed after falling from US border wall, officials say

By Frank Miles | Fox News

Related Video: 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.



A 19-year-old pregnant woman from Guatemala died this week from injuries suffered when she fell more than 19 feet trying to climb the U.S. border wall near El Paso, Texas, last Saturday, U.S. and Guatemalan authorities said Thursday.

Guatemala identified the woman as Mirian Stephany Girón Luna. Medical personnel tried to deliver her baby, but were unsuccessful, both governments said. The U.S. said Girón was eight months pregnant, while Guatemalan authorities said she was at seven months.

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) blamed Girón’s death on human smugglers who encouraged her to try to climb the wall.

In a statement, Gloria Chavez, the chief for the Border Patrol’s El Paso sector, said the authorities would work with Mexico “to find those responsible for placing these lives in danger.”

CBP Acting Commissioner Mark Morgan told reporters that Girón and her partner were taken to the border by smugglers and left there in the darkness. They were attempting to climb when she fell. Border Patrol agents reached her and called medical authorities, who took her to the hospital, but “tragically, the mother and the child died from their injuries from the fall,” Morgan said.

Her partner, who is believed to have been the baby’s father, eventually found Border Patrol agents, who called for an ambulance.

Girón suffered a cerebral hemorrhage, a pelvis fracture, and liver and kidney lacerations.

Guatemala says “surgical interventions” could not save her life and she died Tuesday afternoon.

Girón is from Guatemala’s San Marcos department, near the country’s border with Mexico. CBP says it has no record of her trying to enter the U.S. at an official port of entry or having been placed in the “Remain in Mexico” program, in which tens of thousands of migrants have been forced to pursue their immigration cases from Mexico.

Tekandi Paniagua Flores, the Guatemalan consul in Del Rio, Texas, said he spoke to Girón’s partner, who remains in Border Patrol detention.

“He said that if he had known that the risks were this high, he would not have done it,” Paniagua said.

Paniagua said he could recall at least seven cases this year in which Guatemalans had injured themselves trying to climb U.S. border walls. He says such cases are rising because more migrants from Guatemala and other Central American countries wracked by violence and poverty no longer surrender en masse to the Border Patrol.

Policy changes such as “Remain in Mexico” and a ban on many asylum claims have made it more difficult for many people to remain in the U.S. once they are caught.

The U.S. has already built or replaced about 135 miles of border barriers with Mexico, with several contracts awarded for more construction. Much of the border in and around El Paso, across from Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, already has some form of fencing.
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Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
« Reply #196 on: 19 March 2020 at 13:00 »
https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-immigration-mexico/more-mexican-migrants-crossing-u-s-border-amid-closure-fears-shelters-say-idUSKBN21541G

More Mexican migrants crossing U.S. border amid closure fears, shelters say

Lizbeth Diaz

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - The number of Mexicans crossing illegally into the United States has risen over the past week, migrant shelters said, in part driven by rumors the United States will seal the border as it seeks to fight the coronavirus spread.

Representatives of four migrant shelters in northern Mexico told Reuters that they had seen an uptick in Mexican migrants heading to the border.

“There are more people crossing the desert,” said Marla Conrad, a social worker for the Kino border initiative in the city of Nogales, close to the U.S. border.

Reuters was unable to determine how many had crossed.

Conrad said that, among other factors, some of the migrants she spoke to said they had accelerated travel plans over the last week in anticipation the United States would implement stricter measures at the border.

U.S. President Donald Trump has warned of pending measures to tighten security at the border as his government seeks to slow the spread of the coronavirus outbreak.

On Wednesday, he said his administration will use a health-focused statute to swiftly remove migrants or asylum seekers who cross the U.S.-Mexico border illegally.

He also said the U.S.-Canada border would shut to “non-essential traffic.”

The Trump administration is also considering immediately returning any foreigners caught at the U.S.-Mexico border to Mexico, arguing the step is necessary to combat the fast-spreading coronavirus, two administration sources told Reuters on Tuesday.

The administration has been very sensitive to even slight increases in border apprehensions.

After a peak in May last year of more than 133,000 overall apprehensions led to threats of tariffs from Trump, Mexico stepped up containment of migrants from neighboring Central American nations.

Apprehensions fell steadily for eight months but ticked up to around 30,000 in February, according to Customs and Border Protection figures.

The Department of Homeland Security and CBP did not immediately respond to a request for information about border apprehensions in March.

The United States has reported just over 4,700 coronavirus cases and 87 deaths, paralyzing the country. In Mexico, there have been 82 confirmed cases of coronavirus and no deaths.

Mexico’s foreign ministry did not respond to a Reuters request for comment.
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Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
« Reply #197 on: 24 March 2020 at 03:05 »
DHS: Pandemic measures cut illegal border crossings by half

A Trump administration official says illegal border crossings have dropped by half as the strictest U.S.-Mexico border policies yet went into place amid the coronavirus pandemic, despite confusion about how it was all working

Colleen Long & Maria Verza | Ass Press | 23 March 2020

https://abcnews.go.com/Politics/wireStory/dhs-pandemic-measures-cut-illegal-border-crossings-half-69738681

Excerpt: WASHINGTON -- A Trump administration official said Sunday that illegal border crossings have dropped by half as the strictest U.S.-Mexico border policies yet went into place amid the coronavirus pandemic, but there was confusion about how it was all working.

Anyone caught crossing the border illegally is to be immediately returned back to Mexico or Canada, according to the new restrictions based on an order from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention late Friday. According to Mark Morgan, the acting head of U.S. Customs and Border Protection, the decision applies to all migrants.

“We're not going to take you into our custody,” he said Saturday evening on Fox News. “We don't know anything about you. You have no documents, we're not going to take you into our facilities and expose you to CBP personnel and the American people as well as immigrants,” he said.

But Mexican officials have said they would only take people from Mexico and Central America and only those who are encountered straight away — not people already in custody. Officials later said the elderly and minors won't be taken back and that they expected to take in about 100 per day.

"If people who are not Mexican or Central American are returned to us, Mexico would not accept them," Foreign Secretary Marcelo Ebrard said Friday in Spanish. “The United States will take care of that.”

The majority of people crossing the border are from Central America, but not all. For example, there were some 6,000 Brazilians and nearly 1,200 Chinese who arrived between January and February this year, according to Customs and Border Protection data.

But it's not entirely clear what happens to those people. Morgan said the migrants should be “expeditiously" returned to the country they came from.

CDC on Friday issued an order in effect for 30 days that bars anyone coming illegally in part because migrants are held in close quarters and there isn't enough proper staffing or space to keep them at a safe distance and to screen for the illness. Plus, migrants who are suspected of having COVID-19 are sent to local hospitals, possibly further infecting others, the CDC warned.
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Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
« Reply #198 on: 02 April 2020 at 12:53 »
It's  a damn shame that we've keep these muds for weeks to months for "vetting". Wasting tons of tax revenue for housing, medical and more. And now we're shown that our border patrol can boot these illegals in 96 minutes or less, what b.s. The main problem I see with this is that our border patrol won't be taking them far enough from our borders. A Honduran mud won't walk back to Honduras just because it's denied entry. I'm sure they immediately look for another place to sneak across the border.

https://news4sanantonio.com/news/local/us-is-expelling-border-crossers-to-mexico-in-an-average-of-96-minutes-during-pandemic

U.S. is expelling border-crossers to Mexico in an average of 96 minutes during pandemic

by Nick Miroff, The Washington Post
Wednesday, April 1st 2020

Migrants who cross into the United States illegally are being expelled to Mexico in an average of 96 minutes under emergency coronavirus measures now in force across the U.S. southern border, according to three U.S. officials with knowledge of the latest government statistics.

The pandemic has allowed the U.S. Border Patrol to implement the kind of rapid-fire deportation system President Donald Trump has long extolled as his preferred approach to immigration enforcement.

Under the new rules, U.S. agents are processing migrants from Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras “in the field” before they are able to set foot inside a U.S. Border Patrol station. The migrants are then whisked back to the border and sent into Mexico.

The migrants are not given medical exams while in U.S. custody, which is one of the reasons agents are able to send them back to Mexico so quickly, according to one Customs and Border Protection official who, like the others, spoke on the condition of anonymity to describe the process because they were not authorized to discuss it publicly.

“The goal is to minimize the exposure to the alien, agent and our country,” the CBP official said.

The flow of unauthorized border crossings has plunged since the emergency measures were implemented March 21, down from more than 1,000 per day to fewer than 600 on Sunday, the latest statistics show.

Mexican nationals account for about 60% of those taken into custody, and migrants from Central America’s “Northern Triangle” nations account for about 26%, which means Border Patrol agents are sending more than 85% of the migrants they detain right back to Mexico.

CBP did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

The Mexican government will not accept migrants from other nations, under the terms of an agreement that Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Mexican Foreign Secretary Marcelo Ebrard worked out this month.

Mexico said it would accept returns from the United States on a “case by case” basis and that the process would involve medical screenings. But as a practical matter, U.S. officials said Mexican authorities are accepting nearly all of the migrants from those four nations who are subject to “expulsion” from the United States.

Migrants who have U.S. arrest warrants or serious criminal records and those who cannot be summarily expelled are being booked and detained in U.S. facilities using standard practices, U.S. officials said. But they say the goal of the emergency model is to reduce the number of detainees in U.S. custody and minimize the risk of spreading infections across border stations and throughout immigration jails.

The emergency measures did not initially apply to unaccompanied minors taken into custody after crossing the border without a parent. But U.S. authorities said some underage migrants also are eligible for expedited deportation to their home countries.
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Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
« Reply #199 on: 16 April 2020 at 12:15 »
For a racist country, that supposedly can't control a viral pandemic to the point that the Mexican government was wanting to shut the border down. It's amazing how these muds still flood our country. No matter what is said or going on, our enemies will never stop the browning of America.

https://kfoxtv.com/news/local/border-patrol-agents-in-arizona-foil-multiple-smuggling-attempts-over-easter-weekend

Border Patrol agents in Arizona foil multiple smuggling attempts over Easter weekend

by David Cross
Tuesday, April 14th 2020


U.S. Border Patrol agents discovered three individuals in the trunk of a smuggling vehicle on Saturday, April 11, 2020. (Source: U.S. Customs and Border Protection)

TUCSON, Ariz. (KFOX14/CBS4) — U.S. Border Patrol agents near Tucson foiled two separate human smuggling attempts over Easter weekend, leading to the arrest of five people accused of crossing the U.S.-Mexico border illegally and two people accused of being smugglers, U.S. Customs and Border Protection said.

CBP said agents patrolling rural roads on Saturday afternoon conducted an immigration inspection vehicle stop and determined the driver, a 25-year-old woman from Phoenix, was smuggling three people who had illegally crossed the border in the trunk of her vehicle.

On Easter Sunday, agents at an immigration checkpoint on State Route 85 near Gila Bend were alerted by a Border Patrol canine to the trunk of a vehicle driven by a 39-year-old Phoenix woman, according to CBP. Agents discovered two people they believe illegally crossed the border in the trunk of the vehicle.

“Despite traditional risks of human beings being stuffed into a trunk, there’s now increased risk due to exposure tocoronavirus,” said Tucson Sector Border Patrol Assistant Chief Patrol Agent Michele Morales. “These human smuggling tactics increase exposure risks for our agents, those they smuggle, and endanger the safety of the American people.”

According to CBP, the Border Patrol has been utilizing portable command stations since March 14 to quickly remove certain individuals believed to have crossed the border illegally through ports of entry without needing to take them to U.S. Customs and Border Protection facilities in an effort to reduce exposure to illness.
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