2 Small Migrant Children Dropped Over Border Wall By Suspected Smuggler
Surveillance footage released by U.S. Customs and Border Protection shows children being dropped from an 18-foot wall along the U.S.-Mexico border near Yuma.
The group of six immigrants—including three children, ages 2, 7 and 10—is a family from Guatemala, according to CBP. All surrendered to border patrol agents who arrived on the scene.
If an American parent were to do that, they would be arrested and jailed in a heartbeat and the children removed from their custody. Why are these people exempt from our laws?
Two small migrant children appeared to be dropped from the Mexico side of the border into the Arizona side by a suspected smuggler, according to surveillance footage provided by the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) on Monday.
The children were dropped from the 18-foot wall near the San Luis Port of Entry, according to CBP release. One child suffered a facial injury.[…]
The suspect who helped the children over the border wall to the group did not cross into the U.S., CPB said, according to Yuma’s KYMA-TV.
That section of the wall where the incident took place is part of the 27 miles that has been selected for replacement in 2019, the station reported, citing the CPB. More