Evil Cartel Coyotes Leave Illegal Immigrant Children to Suffer in the Desert

 

EAGLE PASS, Texas – U.S. Border Patrol agents assigned to the Eagle Pass Station located three lost unaccompanied illegal immigrants children near Eagle Pass, Aug. 2.

At approximately 8:50 a.m., the Del Rio Sector Border Intelligence Center received a 911 call from children, including one 16-year-old and two 13-year-old Honduran nationals, stating they became lost shortly after illegally entering the United States. Coordinates from the 911 call enabled Border Patrol agents to locate the children and transport them to the Eagle Pass South Centralized Processing Center. The group did not require medical attention.

This rescue scenario is not an isolated incident. In the last seven days, Del Rio Sector Border Patrol agents have rescued 84 undocumented migrants in distress from heat-related exposure.

“These children were left alone to fend for themselves without any regard for their survival,” said Del Rio Sector Interim Chief Patrol Agent Robert N. Garcia. “Crossing the border illegally is dangerous for adults who are prepared for the journey. The children we encounter on their own have often faced a much more perilous voyage. Thank you to our agents for locating the minors and getting them to safety.”

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The border patrol said nothing about coyotes. This is probably another clickbait article meant to stir up feelings, which is easy for the people who pander to this kind of article.

CGM5, Wed, 08/04/2021 - 16:08

Correct, coyotes were not mentioned. I'm sure these kids as well as most other kids take it upon themselves to take the dangerous journey and illegally enter the United States. As usual me something, your razor sharp assessment of a situation is honest and truthful.  

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