Haitian Migrants Admitted to US At Border Assault Federal Agents, Escape Bus

A group of Haitian illegal immigrants assaulted federal transporting them for immigration processing, in an alarming development raising new questions about the safety of President Joe Biden’s plan to provide several thousand migrants camped out at the Del Rio International Bridge legal US residency and citizenship.

The migrants were being processed through standard procedures utilized for illegal immigrants, and after learning they were likely to face deportation after entering the custody of border authorities, they revolted. A group of migrants overwhelmed DHS contractors transporting them to Brownsville, and escaped the vehicle.

ICE agents arrested the aliens soon after they escaped, returning them to the bus and taking them to Brownsville without incident.

Reporting citing senior DHS officials has suggested more than half of the Haitian migrants camped out at Del Rio will be provided with tentative US residency, with the federal government merely telling them to show up at an immigration court date that will likely be in over a year. Approximately half of illegal immigrants attend their first appearances in the immigration court system.

When they found out they were going to be sent back to Haiti, they took the bus over and they fled,” said National Border Patrol Council President Brandon Judd of the alarming incident.

Well, I believe in an attempt to abscond into the brush or leave the area these individuals were able to assault federal agents on the bus in an attempt to escape,” Sheriff Richard Kirkpatrick of Kleberg County said of the incident. “I think it was at that point where the driver was able to pull over, that’s when they were able to get and force the door open and abscond off the bus.

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