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94% of illegal alien migrant youth found to really be adults by France

France has recently found that 94% of illegal aliens claiming to be minors were really adults who were lying about their age.  Since many migrants coming to France originate in Muslim North Africa, France set up a data base with those countries to positively identify migrants who showed up in France.  When they ran the fingerprints of migrants who claimed to be unaccompanied minors through that data base, they found that ninety-four percent (94%) of them were really adults who were not telling the truth about their age.
This follows the experience of Norway which started using dental development exams to determine the actual age of illegal alien migrants who claimed to be unaccompanied minors.  In their case, the results showed that ninety percent (90%) of them were really adults who were lying about their age.
This raises a huge issue about the influx of illegal alien migrants across the US southern border who claim they are unaccompanied minors..  We have no data base to check and we are not doing any examinations to determine age.  The Border Patrol is just taking their word for it.  What percentage of them are lying like their counterparts in Europe?  Probably a great many.


( April 5th, 2021 @ 9:32 pm )
Americans are overwhelmingly concerned about Biden border policies according to a new poll from the Associated Press. It found that 72% of Americans are concerned with illegal immigration's "direct threat" to the United States, including 45% who are extremely concerned. Only 26% said they are not concerned. www.breitbart.com
( March 18th, 2021 @ 10:00 pm )
Europe has also seen some very high profile crimes committed by adult migrants who had arrived falsely claiming to be unaccompanied minors.

Germany had a highly publicized terrorist attack by a Muslim migrant using an ax against train passengers. After the terrorist was shot and killed by police, he was identified as an unaccompanied minor who had arrived from Afghanistan. However, when police searched his room they found documents establishing that when he arrived in Germany, he was really an adult from Pakistan. He had a pamphlet on how to pretend to be from Afghanistan, but the language he spoke was not spoken in any part of Afghanistan.

Later, the beautiful 22 year old medical student daughter of a high ranking EU official was raped and murdered by a Muslim illegal alien in the university town of Freiberg, and her killer was identified as a 17 year old Pakistani who had arrived as as unaccompanied minor. However at trial, the defendant's own father told the court that the defendant was really 29 years old. It also developed that he had been convicted of attempted murder of a young woman in Greece on his way to Germany but Greece's then socialist government had given him early release and sent him on to Germany.

In Sweden, there was a high profile murder case of a young Swedish woman who was a volunteer in a shelter for migrant unaccompanied minors by one of the unaccompanied minors, a Syrian, who lived at the shelter. In the court system, he was determined to really be an adult and he ultimately admitted he was really 26 years old.

At minimum any illegal alien who claims to be a minor should be polygraphed on that issue, which would be a cheap and quick test.

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