Skip to comments.How L.A. gangs set the stage for the child migrant crisis
Posted on 07/14/2014 5:28:26 PM PDT by Citizen Zed
Once these foreign-born convicts had served their sentences, they were sent packing, 20,000 of them between 2000 and 2004. The southward flow of felons stayed strong. By 2010, the United States had deported more than 125,000 convicts to Central America more than 90 percent of them to Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador (not incidentally, the countries that almost all the children now flocking to the U.S. call home). Honduras, the country that now has the worlds highest murder rate, got 44,000 of them.
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What's the problem? The problem wasn't sending them packing. The problem is letting them back in.
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