Texas Border Patrol agents have arrested a group of 39 migrants attempting to enter the United States illegally, with many of illegal immigrants having criminal histories that include convictions for homicide, child rape, and other sexual crimes against children.Three of those arrested at the Rio Grande Valley Sector are also known members of violent gangs.
The news follows an announcement from US Homeland Security that the migrant caravan that’s massed on the other side of a San Diego border crossing, is harboring over 500 criminals.DHS Officials made the revelation during a conference call with reporters, asserting that “most of the caravan members are not women and children.”
Border agents have reported that the group is mostly made up of single adult or teen males, with any the women and children being pushed to the front of the line for more media-friendly coverage.Have your say – ⇓ Hit the comments below ⇓“All legal options are on the table and we have been negotiating with all our partners in central America with ways to deal with the caravan,” one official revealed when asked about reports that the U.S. government is planning to make asylum-seekers remain on the Mexican side of the border during their claims’ review process.Homeland Security officials say there are currently 6,000 people in Tijuana waiting to be processed at the San Ysidro border crossing, with more on the way.
In Texas, agents assigned to the McAllen Station apprehended the group of 39 illegal immigrants near Hidalgo,
on November 14, according to Breitbart.TRENDING: BOMBSHELL Soros Dumped Facebook Stock Right Before Crash Smear CampaignDuring processing, the agents learned that one of the migrants, a Guatemalan national, is a member of the 18th Street gang.The Guatemalan admitted to the gang membership, according to Rio Grande Valley Sector Border Patrol officials.Agents assigned to the Rio Grande City Station apprehended another Central American migrant who illegally crossed the border near Roma, Texas, on November 11.A record check completed during processing identified the Salvadoran national as a member of the 18th Street gang.