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‘1 border patrol agent’ struggles to process hundreds of migrants, including ‘single males from India’

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A long line of “hundreds” of migrants from all over the world lined up to cross the border into the United States at Yuma, Arizona at 2:45am Monday morning. the Daily Caller’s Jorge Ventura tweeted video of the overwhelming border scene, and noted one unbelievable detail: there was only “1 border patrol agent” available to begin the processing.

Ventura also reported on details that have not been widely discussed by the media, such as where the individuals are coming from. The large migrant groups include women, children and “single males from India” reports Ventura.

Other migrants said they we’re from Cuba, Columbia, Peru and Venezuela. Ventura notes many migrants were smuggled to the border by human smugglers, and that many of those who arrived in Yuma “fly into the Mexicali airport and take a charter bus or taxi straight to a crossing point.”

 

The Daily Caller reports “the number of migrants encountered at the southern border in May shattered records, with agents encountering 239,416 migrants, according to authorities. Roughly one quarter of those encountered had previously been encountered by authorities and 69% were single adults, according to CBP. There was a 21% increase in unaccompanied children from May.”

 

 

 

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Over 600 ‘gotaway’ illegal immigrants disappeared into the U.S. in just one weekend

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A video shows just one group of over 150 migrants crossing illegally into Eagle Pass, TX. FOX LA’s Bill Melugin reports the group is virtually all adults.

The group of adults crossing was merely one moment in time “as the sun came up” but that scenario occurs non-stop. The Border Patrol in the Del Rio sector explains that an unbelievably high amount of over 600 individuals simply are described as “gotaways.”

That means not only are their whereabouts within the United States completely unknown, but so are their identities. They could be human traffickers, drug smugglers, victims, terrorists, kidnapped children, etc.

Not only did the 600 plus people disappear into the country, but the high number was in just one weekend. News also broke of the arrest of a rapist with a forcible sodomy conviction of a migrant who illegally crossed the border in Virginia.

 

 

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