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02 December 2018, 01:57 | Tara Lloyd
Tough stance on caravan keeps criminals in Mexico
An advocate for USA border enforcement says we can be thankful President Donald Trump's border enforcement policies are keeping thousands of migrants stuck in Mexico.
He was arrested last Saturday night, November 24, but DHS only announced it Friday.
Two of the arrested migrants had been referred to the Department of Justice for prosecution, but US Customs and Border Patrol later asked the DOJ to drop the charges, an administration official told CNN.
The Border Patrol office in San Diego said via Twitter that pedestrian crossings have been suspended at the San Ysidro port of entry at both the East and West facilities. Officials confirmed his conviction and sentence with the Honduran Consulate in Los Angeles. "The truth is we are fighting for our rights", said one of the migrants, Gerson Madrid, a 22-year-old Honduran who started the trek to the United States in early October to better provide for a young daughter he left behind.
Those who were arrested were accused of illegally entering the USA; 27 were men and 15 women and children.
US President Donald Trump, who has called the caravan an "invasion" full of "hardened criminals" and "thugs", is seeking to overhaul asylum policy to keep applicants out pending approval. The fact that Border Patrol arrested a murderer within the first caravan-related apprehensions at our southern border proves how real the threat of the caravan is to our national security and public safety.
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Even as Trump mused in the West Wing about making staffing changes, he pushed back against media coverage of his recent setbacks. He said some were "unnecessary", some were "possible traps" and that "we might consider some as irrelevant".
Then on Sunday, a group of the migrants attempted to cross into the U.S. near the San Ysidro Port of Entry.
Tijuana Mayor Juan Manuel Gastlum on Friday declared a humanitarian crisis in his border city of 1.6 million, which he says is struggling to accommodate the crush of migrants. He was with a 12-year-old boy who he took under his wing after the boy's parents left the caravan to return to Honduras. Border patrol officials identified Mara Salvatrucha, a young man who was caught entering the US illegally, as a member of MS-13.
The health department spokesman told Fox News that out of the estimated 6,000 migrants in Tijuana, 2,267 are being treated for some kind of health issue. "That's not fair. How do you think people from Tijuana feel towards those people who are making problems?"
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