A pregnant woman and a girl, among the Cuban rafters who made landfall in Key Biscayne

A pregnant woman and a girl, among the Cuban rafters who made landfall in Key Biscayne

The Border Patrol took into custody 25 Cubans who arrived last Tuesday at a marina in Key Biscayne. The case is being investigated as human smuggling. as published America TeVe.

Immigration attorney Willy Allen told the Miami media that the Coast Guard is convinced that the rafters were transported in a speedboat. The lawyer points out that each migrant pays 10,000 dollars, so that an average of 20 and 25 people, the coyotes they get to get 250,000 dollars per trip.

In cases of human trafficking, Allen warned, justice could consider migrants as witnesses, so “they can be detained in a federal prison in Miami” to collaborate in the investigation.

Among the Cubans who landed on Key Biscayne is a pregnant woman and a five-year-old girl who, according to the lawyer, could have a better chance of receiving a humanitarian permit and not be deported.

In cases of human trafficking, Allen warned, justice could consider migrants as witnesses, so “they can be detained in a federal prison in Miami.”

Augusto Martínez identified his pregnant daughter, Liliana González, 22, and his granddaughter Diana, 5, among the group of rafters. They informed her that her husband was traveling with them and that they had all left the city of Cárdenas, in the province of Matanzas.

They let Martínez know that everything had gone well and although they had some work, they got where they wanted, as commented to Telemundo. This Cuban pointed out that until he can hug his daughter he will not be calm.

The United States Coast Guard reported that this Thursday were repatriated another 77 Cubans aboard the Raymond Evans ship. The rafters were stopped at several intersections in the vicinity of Key West.

Among the images shared by the Coast Guard is a water bike in which three people are observed, who were arrested before reaching their goal. Since October 1, 2021, 3,369 Cubans have been intercepted and repatriated.

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