Illegal Unaccompanied Minors Being Held For Placement in U.S. Admit to Engaging in Torture and Murder

Katie Pavlich






…”We have six minors in Nogales who have admitted to killing and doing grievous bodily injuries. One admitted to killing as young as eight years old,” an agent tells Townhall anonymously for fear of losing his job for speaking out. “They are being held for placement in the U.S.”

By U.S. legal standards many gang members operating in Central American countries and traveling north are classified as minors due to being under the age of 18. However, many young males are actively engaged in violent cartel and criminal activity, yet are treated as children when processed through the Department of Human Services or Department of Homeland Security systems…



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Related:  UN Urges US To Designate Immigrants As Refugees

…“They are leaving for some reason. Let’s not send them back in a mechanical way, but rather evaluate the reasons they left their country,” Fernando Protti, regional representative for the U.N. refugee agency, told The Associated Press…

Obama Seeks $3.7B to Meet Surge of Kids Crossing Border

President Obama has asked Congress for $3.7 billion in “emergency” funds to stem a surge in children and families from Central America illegally crossing the U.S. border with Mexico.

Obama’s request is nearly double the amount he originally signaled last week. Most of the money in his request, made public today, would be used for detention facilities to hold the children and other border crossers from Guatemala, El Salvador, and Honduras.

The money also would boost spending on border patrol agents, immigration judges, and aerial surveillance…



Los Angeles to Stop Honoring Federal Immigration Detainer Requests

The city of Los Angeles has joined Orange County, Riverside County, and other cities nationwide in ending the practice of holding illegal immigrant inmates past their scheduled release dates, characterizing the practice as “unconstitutional” under a recent federal court ruling…



Update: Some Borderline Statistical Analysis

…The surge from the three Central American countries clearly began in 2012 and has escalated dramatically. June 15 2012 was when Obamaexerted his executive authority (and prosecutorial discretion) to implement his version of the DREAM Act.

Well. There is no reason that unaccompanied children can’t both be fleeing violence and hoping to benefit from a new and relaxed attitude towards law enforcement in the US. But since even Team Obama seems to have abandoned the notion that this is all about Central American violence (leaving the Times editors to hold the fort alone) I am going to stick with the idea that if newly arrived illegals are running towards the Border Patrol and asking for their permiso, they have an idea that our enforcement is lax.

I should also note that the new emerging theme is to Blame Bushfor an anti-trafficking law passed in late 2008 with overwhelming bipartisan support (and through a Dem-controlled Congress).


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