Skip to comments.[South Texas:]Brownsville smugglers caught with immigrants from four nations
Posted on 04/09/2013 1:35:20 PM PDT by SwinneySwitch
Two men are facing criminal charges after Border Patrol agents allegedly caught them with 13 illegal immigrants from four different countries cramped into a mini-van.
U.S. Border Patrol agents arrested Cesar Humberto Gonzalez and Francisco Javier Infante-Mata on human smuggling charges on Saturday.
Court records revealed that Gonzalez was behind the wheel of a mini-van loaded with more than a dozen people off Military Highway and Gonzalez Road.
Border Patrol agents pulled over the mini-van and found 13 illegal immigrants from Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras inside.
Records show that Infante-Mata was also inside the van and is accused of being their smuggling guide.
Both men appeared before U.S. Magistrate Judge Ronald Morgan in Brownsville on Monday.
Federal court records show Gonzalez is an American citizen while Infante-Mata is a Mexican national. Four immigrants are being held as witnesses in the case.
Judge Morgan denied bond for both men until a Thursday afternoon hearing.
This time, it really is.
Mata = bush in Spanish.
(Francisco Javier Infante-Mata) - his last name is Mata or Bush...
The demand for dirt cheap illegal labor in Texas and other states is great.
Profits regardless of consequences.
Gosh,, everyone forgets, the American southwest is the obvious historic homeland of most Guatemalens, Venezuelans, etc. Their grandparents probably lived here, then moved back to the jungle. The only thing that matters is that they look kinda brown and seem to be any type of “hispanic”,, then they belong here.
Just ask Bush or any Democrat.
they were celebrating diversity for sure.