JUDICIAL WATCH: Authorities Rescue 7 Unaccompanied Children From Human Smugglers in Immigrant Caravan.
The conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch is at it again! They sent a group of investigative reporters to Guatemala to take a closer look into the Honduran caravan.
The Judicial Watch reporters have confirmed the the caravan is chock-full of angry military aged men, MS-13 gang members and human smugglers.
Judicial Watch reports that the human caravan has been “elaborately planned” for human smugglers to bring gang members and other criminal activities through Guatemala.
“MS-13 gang members have been detained and coyotes (human smugglers) are joining the march with clients who pay to get smuggled into the United States,” a Guatemalan official told Judicial Watch.
The Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernández says that leftists are manipulating migrants in order to destabilize Central American countries.
People from Asian countries have also been using the caravan to get smuggled into the US. Bangladesh nationals are embedded in the caravan, Bangladesh is a known ISIS breeding ground.
Guatemalan authorities have taken 7 unaccompanied minors into custody, they were the victims of human trafficking. The smugglers of these children have been arrested and are under investigation.
EXCLUSIVE: Judicial Watch is on the ground in Guatemala & can report that authorities just recovered seven unaccompanied minors from human smugglers operating inside a Central American caravan. A photo from a very senior Guatemalan government official can be seen below.
Guatemalan authorities have taken these children into custody — and the children are being given medical check-ups, food, water, & so on. Smugglers have already been arrested, and the broader investigation into criminal activity within the caravan(s) is still ongoing.
EXCLUSIVE: Judicial Watch is on the ground in Guatemala & can report that authorities just recovered seven unaccompanied minors from human smugglers operating inside a Central American caravan. A photo from a very senior Guatemalan government official can be seen below. (1/4) pic.twitter.com/UmE4pbSRt2
— Judicial Watch 🔎 (@JudicialWatch) October 25, 2018