Smuggling ring in Chile that sent Haitians to US busted | Beaufort County Now | criminal organization sent thousands of Haitians to US border, busred by Interpol

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Ever wonder why we had so many Haitians crashing Del Rio, Texas, and why so many Chilean ID cards with Haitian names and faces were discarded on the Mexican side of the border?   Interpol and Chilean law enforcement have the answer.  They just busted a human smuggling ring based in Chile that sent thousands of Haitians to the US border.

The Haitians involved did not come directly from Haiti.  They were Haitians who had left Haiti years before and have been legally living and working in Chile, but prefered to illegally come to the US and paid the human smugglers to get them here.  While many were adult migrants or families, there was one shipment of 267 unaccompanied minors, all born in Chile and with Chilean citizenship, that got stuck at borders in South America due to Covid restrictions.

The British press is reporting this, but it is unlikely that the America media will do so.

Chilean ID cards of Haitians with refugee status in Chile littered the Mexican side of the border:

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( October 7th, 2021 @ 11:49 am )
Interpol should have also arrested those who facilitated the final step of the human smuggling. Mayorkas and Biden are accessories to human smuggling and should be prosecuted.

Mayorkas only deported about 2,000 of the illegal alien Haitians in Del Rio, releasing the rest of the 17,000 into the US. These are almost all people who already had asylum status and residency in Chile or Brazil and were not entitled to brazenly intrude into the US.

If one has ever traveled in any of the majority black Caribbean islands with a long history of illegal alien migrants from Haiti intruding into their countries, like the Bahamas and Sint Maarten, they will find that other black Caribbean islanders do not want Haitians in their countries because of crime, disease, and other factors. Bahamian governments of both right and left have regularly conducted roundups of Haitians and thrown them into Fox Hill Prison until they could be deported back to Haiti. There is no catch and release in the Bahamas, and that is how it should be.

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