Judicial Watch released 224 pages of documents yesterday showing that the Obama administration allowed 1000 “Unaccompanied Alien Children” (UAC’s) to cross the border who admitted to crimes ranging from drug smuggling and murder to human trafficking and rape over a period of only six months.
The reports, called Significant Incident Reports (SIR’s) detail graphic crimes committed by children who were allowed to waltz across the border into the United States.
One such SIR, where a child at a shelter in California reported that he was forced to commit murder, follows:
“Jose reported during session that in fact he told teacher about certain incidents that occurred back in his country. He said that he was forced to kill while he was working for the Gulf Cartel back in Mexico. Minor indicated that he was taken into “high” consideration for these type of missions because he was known that he was intelligent, not a drug user and responsible. However, minor added that he did not like such missions, but he had no other choice. He said” “I either did it or I would get killed.” Jose disclosed this with feelings of remorse by adding: “Maybe now I am being punished for what I Obtained via FOIA by Judicial Watch, Inc. Page 3 of 9 did”. Jose stated that he did not tell teacher anything else. He denied other allegations concerning raping people. Minor agreed to discuss these issues with his primary mental health counselor.”
An SIR from a shelter facility in Pennsylvania shows a child admitting to being a rapist, and threatening to rape others. The names are redacted:
“[Redacted] reported that other UAC, has been bullying him. He has been calling [redacted] “chica” (girl). Also, [redacted] reported that [redacted] said to him “Soy un violador, te voy a violar” (I am a rapist, I am going to rape you”).”
A third report from a Baptist Child and Family Services Center in Texas noted a child admitting to smuggling other children over the border for a hefty price:
“Minor, [redacted] stated to his peers while in the kitchen table that he would charge $6,000 – $8,000 per head to cross them over the border and turn them to immigration and they would not be turned into their home country. Direct Care Staff, [redacted] immediately redirected to [redacted] and informed Shift Leader, [redacted] about the situation.”
Yet another report chronicles children “snorting white pills at all times of the day” at a family services center in Oregon.
“At about 9:35pm [redacted] resident stated to YCW that all of the kids here at Paso are snorting white pills. YCW asked if the pills are from the med office, and said no, that some residents had brought them into the facility. YCW asked which residents were involved in taking the drugs and when it was happening. [Redacted] stated all the residents are snorting the white pills and at all the times of the day, but mostly in the evenings. [Redacted] also stated that he does not participate in the snorting of the drugs.”
There are more than 200 pages of appalling stories like these, which took Judicial Watch three years of Freedom of Information Act requests to obtain. The period during which these reports were taken ranges from May to November 2014.
Many reports taken from girls who crossed the border unaccompanied detail rapes by cartel members on their journey. Big League Politics reported that Border Agents continuously find that unaccompanied girls cross the border with birth control given to them before their trip, as rape is expected along the way.
Surely many of these unaccompanied children are roaming the streets freely due to the Obama administration’s relaxed border security policies.
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