Latino civil rights organization meets migrants in Eagle Pass, busses them to other Texas cities
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The League of United Latin American Citizens met with immigrants in the border town of Eagle Pass on Sunday to inform them of their civil rights. Up to three dozen AustinsSan Antonio, and Dallas.
LULAC national president Domingo Garcia said the organization was trying to combat “lies and misinformation used by recruiters to drive men, women and children into despair.”
“I have personally spoken with many refugees and I know they just want to work and find a safe place to live while they await their court date,” Garcia said in a statement. ” “Instead, Governors Abbott And DeSantis, and others are toying with them like political piñatas with no concern for their well-being.”
Government Abbott has resettled more than 10,000 migrants. To Washington DCNew York City, and Chicago have tried to make light of the record number of migrants crossing the border over the past few months.
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Gov. De Santis last week chartered two flights of 48 migrants from San Antonio with a final destination in Martha’s Vineyard. The DeSantis administration has denied reports that immigrants were promised jobs on Martha’s Vineyard and said they were given “multiple” opportunities to decline the trip.
Bexar County Sheriff Javier Salazar, a Democrat, announced. A criminal investigation Monday about whether immigrants were “lured” from San Antonio’s Migrant Resource Center under “false pretenses.”
LULAC is offering a $5,000 reward for information about a woman named Perla who allegedly told immigrants they would have to work for three months if they arrived by plane to Martha’s Vineyard.
DeSantis’ office said immigrants in Bexar County were “left to fend for themselves.”
“As long as the MA National Guard has not abandoned these individuals, they have been provided housing, sustenance, clothing and more options to succeed in the U.S. after the unfair lure found abandoned in Bexar County this June. Unlike the 53 migrants who died in the departing truck, DeSantis’ office said. Referring to the dozens of migrants who were found dead. In a fast tractor trailer in San Antonio.
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Tom Schmerber, sheriff of Maverick County, where Eagle Pass is located, said this month that his priority Protection of his county.
“I’m very concerned about who’s going through this. I know there are people who want to have a better life, but there are also people who want to take advantage of the situation, criminally,” Schmerber told Fox News. factor,” Schmerber told Fox News.