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Seven smugglers with 20 undocumented immigrants fall in Chihuahua

Ruben Villalpando


Newspaper La Jornada
Friday December 30, 2022, p. 14

Ciudad Juárez, Chih., Seven alleged human traffickers, members of the criminal group The linea faction of the Juárez cartel, were detained along with 20 migrants, whom they were transporting in five vehicles.

Agents from the Chihuahua Public Security Secretariat detected them when they were driving along the Juárez-Casas Grandes highway towards the San Jerónimo port of entry to the United States: 14 of the undocumented immigrants are from Bolivia, Guatemala and Honduras; the remaining six were Mexican, from Aguascalientes, Oaxaca, San Luis Potosí, Nayarit and Michoacán.

The alleged smugglers were identified as Gabriel DB, 46, a native of Delicias, Chihuahua; Pedro Eduardo PP, 38 years old; David Bryan GB, 23, and Fernando GH, 27, the three residents of Ciudad Juárez. Likewise, César Octavio PM, 39 years old, originally from the state of Mexico; Alejandro MG, 35, from Veracruz, and Isaac Oved CE, 19, a native of Durango.

The alleged smugglers carried with them a magic ladder that, they said, they intended to use to cross foreigners and Mexicans over the wall that divides Mexico with the United States.

Meanwhile, the Border Patrol of the sector based in El Paso, Texas, reported that understands the great interest of the media Given the influx of migrants and the Texas National Guard and Texas Department of Public Safety deployment at the border near downtown El Paso.

However, he pointed out that crossing from Mexico to United States territory, where it is not an official port of entry, it is a crime under federal law, regardless of nationalityeven if you are a citizen of that nation.

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