Thursday, October 22, 2015
Migrants from terrorist nations caught crossing U.S. border
Dozens of illegal migrants from terrorist nations entered the United States through Mexico late last year and are being held in a Texas Immigration and Customs Enforcement processing center where they recently began a hunger strike. The 54 detainees are nationals of Afghanistan, Pakistan and Bangladesh, and they are seeking asylum in the U.S. The migrants, who crossed into the U.S. in December, started a hunger strike last Wednesday to protest their detention at an ICE facility in El Paso, Judicial Watch reported. Eleven of the detainees were released over the weekend, CBS 4 in El Paso reported. Meanwhile, a U.S. border agent informed WND that four more migrants from a terrorist nation crossed over the Mexican border into Southern California just in the last few days.
“I can confirm we got those four from Pakistan, and they went up to the Adelanto Detention Center in Victorville, California. I imagine they’re still there,” the agent told WND. “I’m sure they’re going to claim asylum. “Our four crossed over from the Calexico and El Central areas in southeast California. But we’ve heard that El Paso is getting hit as well.”...more