People are encouraged to take risks with cartels when catch-and-release policies are brought back into effect.
When I got out that 53 migrants had been found dead in a truck in San Antonio on Tuesday, I felt a flood of indignation sweep over me. I found out that the migrants had been smothered in the truck. What I was hearing was so unbelievable that I couldn’t believe it.
A tiny child who had just turned 5 years old at the time of his or her death as a result of suffocation in temperatures of 170 degrees is one of the 19 dead migrants that can be found on the floor of the tractor-trailer in which I once stood. This child was one of the 19 migrants who had been suffocated to death. It is enclosed in a container constructed of steel that protects all sides. Within the middle of utter and total darkness.
The subject reportedly shouted out, “Daddy, Daddy, I’m dying!” as they were in the process of passing away, as reported by a survivor who was in the process of passing away.
As part of my investigation into a human smuggling raid that took place in Victoria, Texas in 2003, I was flown to the scene of the crime. This was done as part of my investigation. After that, I took a walk around the scene. It fundamentally altered the path that my life would take from that point on.