To have hundreds of migrants, members of the caravan found, the US criminal stories: DHS-files

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Hundreds of illegal immigrants try to cross the southern border were found as part of the massive migrant caravan, have criminal histories in the United States, according to a newly obtained Department of Homeland Security documents.

The DHS files were provided to the house Oversight Committee Republicans, in may, and contain internal data that show more than 1,000 migrants who travel as a part of the caravan up to the border in the past nine months, had the U.S. criminal stories,” and had hundreds of “American sentences.”


The files detailed migrants caravan of almost 8,000 people that started out in the direction of the border in October 2018, and came to the South of California until December. According to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), 660 of them in the U.S. criminal convictions had—with 40 condemned because of bodily injury or serious bodily injury with a deadly weapon, and the three of the murder transferred.

In January 2019, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) pursues a different caravan, which left Honduras with more than 3,300 migrants. ICE-Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) identified team, the 860 of these persons had U.S. criminal histories, including more than 20 convicted because of bodily injury or serious bodily injury with a deadly weapon, nearly 30 convicted of sexual offences, and two convicted, the violence against law enforcement, and convicted of attempted murder.

The documents provided to the house oversight Republicans also shown that CBP is currently being further monitoring “movement in several groups ranging in size from 1,000 to 4,000” in the Mexican States of Chiapas and Veracruz, but did not specify how many of these immigrants are criminal records believed.


In a letter to DHS Acting Secretary Kevin McAleenan on Thursday, the Committee ranking member Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, to further information about the members of the caravan, with criminal backgrounds to “assist” in your “oversight of the crisis on the southern border, and to better understand the threat of large caravans.”

Jordan applied for arrest warrants, court documents, and other materials detailing the criminal histories of migrants, the car in the January 2019 and October 2018 living; an update of the CBP monitoring of the caravan movement in the Mexican States; and summaries of the ICE-HSI materials to 5. July.

In his letter, Jordan President of the Trump means to explain the decision in February, a national emergency, and referred to his comments that the “southern border is a major entry point for criminals, gang members, and illegal drugs” threatening “core national security interests.”

The newly revealed DHS information comes in the midst of a breathtaking climb over the border this year. In the past month, the number of migrants detained along the southern border by leaps and bounds levels not seen for over a decade with CBP reporting almost 133,000 arrests in may. The number surpassed 144,000 in counting migrants as inadmissible, more than a 30 percent increase from the prior month, and double the inflow recorded at the beginning of the year. The number was the highest monthly total in more than 13 years, officials said.

“We are in a full blown emergency,” Acting CBP Commissioner John Sanders said earlier this month. In April, authorities 99,304 arrests recorded.


McAleenan, in testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee last week, also warned that 90 per cent of asylum-seekers to skip their interrogation after the release in the USA

The continuing crisis on the border comes as the trump has tried to extend and to support of the border wall, with the Declaration of a national emergency in an attempt to distract the billions of challenged in the direction of the design — an effort, in the courts.

Meanwhile, the Trump administration announced that it had reached a deal with Mexico threatened to duties on Mexican imports, in exchange for Mexico’s increasing efforts to limit U.S.-bound migration flows from Central America.

To extend the agreement, which the United States is in the term, your policy of returning asylum seekers to Mexico, while their claims are processed. Also, the U.S. is obliged to speed up the asylum claims, while Mexico said it will “provide jobs, health and education according to their principles.”

The deal and said that Mexico will take “decisive action” to dismantle smuggling and human trafficking, while the two countries ‘ cooperation for the protection of the border.

Fox News’ Adam Shaw contributed to this report.

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