Groups of illegals hoping to reach the U.S. continue to gather at Mexico’s southern border in the days following heavy clashes between Mexican authorities and a massive ‘migrant caravan.’

“This is the new hotspot,” journalist Josh Friedman told Infowars in an exclusive interview. “The battle has shifted from the U.S.-Mexico border to Mexico-Guatemala border.”

Friedman has been reporting from both sides of the Suchiate River, which separates Mexico and Guatemala.

Friedman recently encountered a large group of approximately 50 migrants, presumed to be from Haiti, preparing to cross the river on their journey north from Ciudad Tecun Uman, Guatemala.

The group was broken down into smaller packs at the direction of local traffickers, who escorted them across a narrow point of the river on foot.

Some of the traffickers, teenage boys, warned Friedman and his guide they risked an armed confrontation if they continued to film or ask questions.

The Suchiate was the scene of a recent attempt by thousands of mostly-Central American migrants to force entry into Mexico.

Guatemalan authorities estimate at least 4,000 migrants gathered in Tecun Uman and the surrounding area, quickly filling local shelters and setting up makeshift camps.

“We’ve been getting organized,” a Honduran man told Reuters. “If we cross alone, they’ll get us, and all the sacrifices we’ve made to get here will have been in vain.”

Eventually, the migrants attempted to storm into Mexico via the river and a connecting bridge, but most were turned back by Mexican troops.

Friedman reports the recent immigration crackdown by Mexican authorities is “very real,” asserting that economic and diplomatic pressures applied by the Trump administration on Mexico City have been effective.

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Friedman has interviewed dozens of migrants and found few to have compelling asylum cases — most are simply seeking better economic opportunities in the United States.

However, he says many are starting to “lose hope” about reaching the U.S. after learning Mexico is no longer allowing itself to function as a free-flowing conduit for mass migration.

Crossings at the U.S.-Mexico border have dropped for seven consecutive months, after reaching a crescendo in May of 2019, when over 144,000 migrants were apprehended by immigration authorities.



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Illegal Mexican migrants are being deported deep into their homeland under new protocols implemented by the Trump administration and welcomed by the Mexican government, according to reports.

The Department of Homeland Security aims to fly at least 250 migrants into the interior of Mexico on a weekly basis.

“The plan marks a departure from past practice of releasing migrants at the border,” Fox News reports. “The idea would be to make it harder for repeat offenders to try and cross the border again if they are returned hundreds of miles away. Officials say returning people closer to their hometowns is better for them as well, and allows them to receive services from the Mexican government.”

Deportation flights from Tucson, Arizona, to Guadalajara began in December and are expected to increase by the end of January.

“This is another example of the Trump Administration working with the government of Mexico to address the ongoing border security crisis,” said DHS spokeswoman Heather Swift.

“Mexico has been a great partner in stopping illegal migration before they reach our border and in standing up the Migrant Protection Protocol which has allowed us to provide court dates to more than 55,000 individuals.”

Border apprehensions have dropped for seven consecutive months, after reaching a crescendo in May of 2019, when over 144,000 migrants attempted to cross the U.S. border, on record.

Key Trump admin programs, such as ‘Remain in Mexico’ (Migrant Protection Protocols), have contributed to the steep decline in border crossings.



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A Mexican prison became a war zone when members of rival cartels dramatically escalated a dispute during an inmate soccer match, leaving 16 dead and 12 injured, according to local media.

Authorities at the Regional Center for Social Reinsertion of Cieneguillas, Zacatecas, say guns and knives smuggled into the facility were used during the bloody battle.

Prison officials reportedly permitted incarcerated members of the Gulf and Sinaloa cartels to hold a “friendly” end-of-year soccer game, which was spectated by family members and children.

“Sources from the state and federal governments indicate that at 4:20 p.m. Tuesday, while the quarrel took place, some inmates drew four guns and several sharp weapons, with which they assaulted their rivals,” La Jornada reports.

“Police and custodians activated the emergency code and requested assistance from outside authorities. In a few minutes, elements of the state preventive, ministerial and metropolitan police officers arrived. As it was the end of the year, there were dozens of visitors, including children, who watched the football game.”

Fifteen out of 16 of the deceased died at the prison – in their cells, common areas, bathrooms, and corridors, while the last died in hospital.

A dozen combatants were injured, five seriously.

Officials say they believe the weapons were brought into the prison by family members of inmates on the day of the fight, but that no additional guns were discovered during searches.



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Chilling security footage has surfaced from a Mexican hospital where gunmen stormed the facility and dragged off a patient whose body was later found chopped to pieces, according to reports.

The General Hospital of Salvatierra in Guanajuato state was the scene of a shocking kidnapping that left patients and at least one security guard shaken.

More than half a dozen heavily armed “hitmen” can be seen charging into hospital rooms before they haul off a man on a stretcher.

“According to unofficial information, it was Thursday, November 21, when the commandos entered Salvatierra General Hospital to remove a wounded person,” Aristegui Noticias reports. “The sequence shows heavily armed men, who seized a guard and then entered several rooms in search of the injured person.”

“It should be noted that hours after the hospital break-in, the existence of human remains on Torres Landa Boulevard was reported to the Santiago Maravatío emergency system. It was the dismembered body of the man who was taken from the Salvatierra hospital, on white sheets and a blanket, with a message written on a cardboard.”

The gunmen reportedly confiscated the cell phones of staffers to prevent them calling emergency services during the siege, and dragged a security guard around at gunpoint before throwing him to the floor during their escape.

At least two other Mexican hospitals have recently been stormed by armed hitmen seeking to kill male patients who had been admitted with gunshot wounds, according to Aristegui Noticias.



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An illegal alien charged with killing another motorist in Oregon has reportedly fled to Mexico after the local sheriff’s office ignored a detainer issued by immigration authorities.

Alejandro Maldonado-Hernandez was engaged in a high-speed road race in Aloha, Oregon, when his vehicle struck an uninvolved car, severely injuring the driver and killing his wife, Janace Ator, according to a Washington Co. Sheriff’s Office report.

Maldonado-Hernandez was subsequently arrested and charged with felony manslaughter in the second degree, felony assault in the third degree, and misdemeanor reckless driving.

“On July 16, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officers encountered Maldonado-Hernandez while he was being held at the Washington County jail and lodged an immigration detainer,” ICE explained in a press release.

“On August 8, the jail failed to honor the detainer and released Maldonado-Hernandez back into the community he had previously victimized.”

Weeks later, Washington Co. Sheriff’s Office announced Maldonado-Hernandez had fled to Mexico to avoid prosecution.

“The decision to rebuff immigration detainers and not to hold dangerous individuals until ICE arrives to pick them up is a costly one,” said Nathalie Asher,” Seattle field office director for ICE’s Enforcement and Removal Operations.

“There is nothing that should prevent local law enforcement officials from making a simple phone call to notify ICE that a criminal alien is being released. The decision to continue to cite misguided sanctuary laws that allow dangerous criminals back on the streets, and many times the opportunity to flee prosecution, is irresponsible and jeopardizes public safety.”

“It is real slap in the face to the victims friends and family when criminal aliens, in this case a man who has caused the death of a woman and severe injuries to her husband, are released into the community due to dangerous sanctuary policies,” she continued. “How many lives have to be lost before politicians are more concerned about public safety than their own political agendas?”



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Border Patrol agents arrested two convicted murderers present in the United States illegally, the agency announced.

The apprehensions of the men occurred during separate incidents in Texas, just three days apart.

Both were identified as Mexican nationals with violent criminal histories.

“Wednesday, agents from the McAllen station arrested a Mexican national, later identified as Jose Mendez-Hernandez near Havana, Texas, as he entered the United States illegally,” Customs and Border Protection explained in a press release. “Record checks revealed, a prior arrest and conviction for murder by the San Diego County Sheriff’s Office. Mendez-Hernandez received a sentenced of more than 20 years in prison for the murder charge.”

“Saturday morning, McAllen agents apprehended Jaime Cantu-Leal, a Mexican national, near Mission, Texas. Record checks revealed that Cantu-Leal was arrested by the McAllen Police Department in 1994 for murder. He was subsequently convicted and sentenced to 18 years confinement.”

Other recent Border Patrol actions of note include the interception of multiple tractor-trailers trafficking 56 illegal aliens at border checkpoints in Texas.

On Nov. 8th, agents at the Interstate 35 checkpoint discovered 29 individuals from Mexico, Guatemala, and Ecuador concealed in a trailer.

On Nov. 12th, an detection canine at the Highway 83 checkpoint near Laredo alerted agents to the presence of 27 individuals from Mexico, Guatemala and Honduras hidden inside a trailer.

The trucks were seized by Border Patrol and the drivers and illegal aliens were placed under arrest.



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A group of 2,000 migrants bound for the U.S. border was blocked and apprehended by Mexican authorities in the latest move indicating Mexico is delivering on promises to help defend North America from mass migration.

A large group of migrants from Africa, the Caribbean and Central America had begun a journey from Tapachula, which lies on the border of Mexico and Guatemala.

However, after only about 24 miles, they were prevented from continuing north.

“Around 500 members of Mexico’s National Guard military police in helmets and tactical vests blocked the highway on both sides, according to a Reuters witness, and some pursued migrants who fled into neighboring fields,” Reuters reports.

“Officials from Mexico’s national immigration institute detained most of the group, putting them on buses back to Tapachula. About 150 migrants decided to return on foot.”

Activists called the operation a “human hunt” and claimed it was an “exercise in cruelty” to wait until the migrants had become too tired to resist being loaded into transports and returned to their starting point.

In June, Mexico deployed thousands of troops to crack down on the flow of migrants in response to major economic penalties threatened by the Trump administration.

Since then, migrant apprehensions at the U.S. southern border have been falling rapidly.

In September, Acting Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Mark Morgan commended Mexico for their cooperative efforts, but called on them to “do more.”

Morgan explained Mexico had created a “new national guard within their country,” deploying 10,000 troops to their southern border with Guatemala and 15,000 troops to their northern border with the U.S.

“Even though Mexico has… joined the United States, as well as our Northern Triangle partners, and really stepped up as true partners and really are really seeing this as a regional crisis, and they have stepped up in unprecedented ways — we need them to do more.  We need Mexico to do more,” Morgan stressed.

“Mexico needs to continue to work with our intelligence folks to use information, share intelligence, and develop target enforcement actions at strategic locations in their country,” he continued. “So they are stepping up in unprecedented ways, but we need them to continue to sustain that, and we need them continue to do more.”


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Hundreds of migrants blocked traffic on multiple bridges connecting the U.S. and Mexico, demanding expedited asylum hearings, according to reports.

Between two and three hundred migrants staged protests at the Gateway and B&M International Bridges on Thursday, causing major traffic delays and shutdowns of both passages, which link Brownsville, Texas, and Matamoros, Mexico.

Authorities were able to reopen B&M International Bridge after approximately two hours, but Gateway remained closed for over 12 hours until 4 p.m., according to the Brownsville Herald.

“Bridge traffic at Gateway International Bridge and B&M International Bridges was temporarily halted at about 1:30 a.m. after a group of 250-300 migrants without entry documents had gathered at the midpoint of the Gateway Bridge,” Customs and Border Protection said in a statement to local media.

“CBP has responded and traffic at B&M International Bridge resumed at about 3:45 a.m. As of 8:30 a.m., traffic at Gateway Bridge remains closed in both directions. Those MPP [Migrant Protection Protocol] participants with immigration court hearings this morning are being rescheduled for a later date. CBP continues to monitor the situation and will provide updates.”

Under the Migrant Protection Protocols, recently implemented by the Trump administration, many migrants must now return to Mexico while they await asylum hearings, instead of being turned loose in the interior of the U.S.

The process can take months or even years.

The Associated Press estimates there are more than 42,000 migrants from around the world now waiting in Mexico for asylum hearings, and activists in Brownsville claim there are over 2,000 waiting in Matamoros.



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A mayor in Mexico was tied to the back of a truck and dragged through the streets by outraged constituents who say he broke campaign promises, according to reports.

A group comprised primarily of angry farmers stormed the office of Mayor Jorge Luis Escandón Hernández in Las Margaritas, beating the local lawmaker and then hauling him into the back of a waiting pickup truck.

The men were reportedly enraged that Hernández had failed to deliver on promises to construct a road in the town.

“In the morning, an inflamed group that said they were made up of inhabitants of the Santa Rita Invernadero community, went to the municipal presidency, aboard several vehicles, to demand the mayor to build a promised road during his political campaign and for which they voted for him,” Excelsior reports.

Police eventually rescued Hernández, and officials say he is recovering from minor injuries.

Eleven suspects have been arrested in connection with the attack, according to a statement issued by the Chiapas government.



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Acting Customs and Border Protection Commissioner (CBP) Mark Morgan commended Mexico for their cooperative efforts to reduce the flow of migrants through their country, but called on them to “do more.”

During a press briefing, Morgan revealed that the number of migrants arriving at the U.S. southern border has been falling steadily — a 56 percent decrease since the crisis reached a crescendo in May — but stressed that the effort has only just begun.

In August, CBP apprehended or deemed inadmissible 64,000 migrants, a drop from 144,000 in May.

“Why do we see, in 90 days, a 56 percent reduction? The President has made it very clear that he’s going to use every tool available to him and this administration to address this unprecedented crisis at the southern border,” Morgan said. “We have seen historic agreements and policies put in place by this administration; an unprecedented network of initiatives, from regulatory reforms, policy changes, interior enforcement efforts.  The list goes on and on, what this administration has done that resulted in this 56 percent decrease.”

“In addition to that, let’s talk about the government of Mexico. The government of Mexico has taken meaningful and unprecedented steps to help curb the flow of illegal immigration to our border.”

Morgan explained Mexico has created a “new national guard within their country,” deploying 10,000 troops to their southern border with Guatemala and 15,000 troops to their northern border with the U.S.

Mexico has apprehended roughly 134,000 illegal migrants so far in 2019, up from 83,000 during the entire 2018 calendar year.

“Even though Mexico has… joined the United States, as well as our Northern Triangle partners, and really stepped up as true partners and really are really seeing this as a regional crisis, and they have stepped up in unprecedented ways — we need them to do more.  We need Mexico to do more,” Morgan stressed.

“We need to make sure that they’re sustaining the efforts right now; that the national guard — the 25,000 troops they have deployed — stay on target, stay on task.  We need them to continue to join and expand the [Migrant Protection Protocols], which is a game-changer right now with respect to stemming the flow.”

“Mexico needs to continue to work with our intelligence folks to use information, share intelligence, and develop target enforcement actions at strategic locations in their country,” he continued. “So they are stepping up in unprecedented ways, but we need them to continue to sustain that, and we need them continue to do more.”



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