Skip to comments.Teens smuggling humans across the border on the rise
Posted on 08/10/2013 7:36:21 AM PDT by moonshinner_09
Authorities in Hidalgo County are battling a rise in teens who smuggle humans.
A repeat offender was back in juvenile court facing several charges.
Authorities believe a 15-year-old human smuggler has smuggled immigrants into the country more than once and has been deported twice.
Hidalgo County authorities said coyotes use their age to get them in and out of the system, making them a threat to the community.
Human smugglers are now turning to teens to do their dirty work. "If the federal government cant touch them, then what do they have to lose?"
Because of their age, teen smugglers can be in and out of the system quickly and often becoming repeat offenders.
That is what landed a 15-year-old immigrant back in juvenile court today.
"We've seen him here before; its not the first time, the judge said.
(Excerpt) Read more at valleycentral.com ...
More dreamers looking for fast cash.
Need beer and gas money!
Give him ten years at least they will know he’s not smuggle humans or anything else.
This is the way it is with any real problem. Sin has a way of weaseling in and corrupting further and further. It is like a cancer, which ignored gets worse and worse. And since there is a willful ignorance, only a true repentance to Christ will be the only solution. For He alone has the power to save, not only individuals, and cities but also nations.
And ours is not far from the Ash heap of civilizations.
Shoot him and he’ll never be a problem again, ever.
It is obvious that the problem is stalemated. Numerous Parties are seeking the illegal's votes.
When faced with a huge problem, the wise thing is to begin with prayer and then have His power and His timing to deal with it instead of my own. For the problem is way beyond my capabilities, but not His.
Nope save them they make cheap labor for road repairs.
. . . so Congressman Steve King was right: not all illegal kids are valedictorians of their high schools.
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