Migrants arrested during tear gas clash at the border won’t face charges

01 December, 2018, 18:04 | Author: Sue Mclaughlin
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He joined a migrant caravan shortly thereafter and made his way to Tijuana.

The number of migrants in the city has varied depending on the source.

10News Reporter Laura Acevedo went to Tijuana Thursday and spoke with the migrants living in squalor.

Their stay, however, is costing the city of Tijuana a lot of money, leading to its mayor now speaking out about it, saying he may have to cut off funding to shelter the migrants without federal assistance - or else the 1.7 million Tijuana residents could suffer as a result.

Among the 2,267 Central American migrants who are ill, at least 101 have lice and skin infections, the Tijuana Health Department reported.

Ramirez and two other men were observed crossing the border a mile east of the San Ysidro, California, port of entry.

More than 6,000 migrants who traveled to the northern Mexican city by caravan are camped out hoping to apply for asylum or sneak into the United States, fleeing poverty and violence in their home countries.

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He says he's heard people talk of Rosarito, a beach town popular with U.S. tourists about a 40-minute drive south of Tijuana. The chaos followed what began as a peaceful march to appeal for the USA to speed processing of asylum claims .

"It's problem he must solve as soon as he gets into office", he said. "Right now, everyone inside is really sick".

Not all the migrants plan to apply for asylum - either because they can not prove that their lives are in danger or because they are fleeing economic hardship rather than violence. "We won't raise taxes tomorrow to pay for today's problem".

Customs and Border Protection, the Border Patrol's parent agency, referred only two cases to the Justice Department for prosecution and charges were not filed because the accused had medical problems that prevented them from being held in San Diego's detention center, according to the US official.

Mr. Ramirez told agents he'd traveled with the migrant caravan that has seen thousands of people from Honduras bust into Guatemala, then Mexico, and arrive at the U.S. -Mexico border plotting their entry.

Maria Luisa Cáceres, 42, took her 15-year-old special-needs son to the border to try to illegally enter the United States.

That line of police installed tall steel panels behind them outside the Chaparral crossing on the Mexican side of the border, which completely blocked incoming traffic lanes to Mexico.

"I didn't really have much of a plan when I left Honduras: everyone said that we would be able to cross the border - I thought it would be easier", said 29-year-old Yocelyn Alvarado as she picked up her 3-year-old son Fernando to stop him wondering into vast puddle of stinking floodwater and sodden trash.

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