U.S. Border Patrol Drops Undocumented Immigrants at Bus Station (Video)
Laredo, Texas, sits near the U.S.-Mexico border and has been overwhelmed by thousands of undocumented immigrants from Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras who have been entering the country since October 2013.
Hector Garza, a Border Patrol agent and spokesperson for the National Border Patrol Council (NBPC) Local 2455, recently told Breitbart.com how many of the undocumented immigrant families have been taken to a Greyhound bus station by the U.S. Border Patrol so that they can travel to other American cities (videos below).
"These people crossed the border illegally and were then dropped off here at the bus station so that they could continue to their final destination," Garza said. "Their final destination is going to be to an American city near you.
"You see how it's so overcrowded in here," Garza added. "They've even set up food stations in there, medical stations. This is border insecurity at its best. Our border is not being patrolled, it's not being secured and we want to make sure that the American public knows what's going on. Our federal government is releasing thousands and thousands of illegal aliens into our communities."
What Garza failed to mention is that the undocumented immigrants are supposed to contact an immigration office within 90 days per U.S. law to have their cases reviewed by an immigration judge.
While children with parents are boarding buses, children without parents may be shipped up to Vassar, Michigan.
“I’ve heard those rumors,” Vassar City Manager Brad Barrett told TuscolaToday.com. “I’m going to reserve my right to comment until after the informational meeting. I just know they have space available there.
“I can’t answer that," Barrett added. "No. I haven’t been told they’re coming on this date, or that there are this many [children], or anything of that nature.”
Derrick McCree, Wolverine Human Services senior vice president, was asked if they would be housing Central American children.
“That’s up to the government in terms of what we’re doing," McCree explained. "I have no insight there. We’ll talk about a lot of things."