Migrants Arrested in Border Clash Won't be Prosecuted

Migrants Arrested in Border Clash Won't be Prosecuted

The number of migrants in the city has varied depending on the source.

The health department spokesman told Fox News that out of the estimated 6,000 migrants in Tijuana, 2,267 are being treated for some kind of health issue.

Even worse, he could be forced to raise taxes on Tijuana's 1.7 million residents who have already suffered from Sunday's clashes. 101 individuals are suffering from lice and skin infections, according to department's data.

A self-identified member of the violent gang MS-13 was arrested on Saturday, telling authorities that he traveled to the United States with the migrant caravan.

The decision not to prosecute came despite President Donald Trump's vow that the US will not tolerate lawlessness and after extensive preparations were made for the caravan, including deployment of thousands of active-duty troops to the border.

More than 4,700 migrants are living in tents and under blankets either directly in the shelter or in the surrounding blocks, reported the San Diego Union-Tribune.

A "handful" of Central American migrants launched a "hunger strike" this week; telling reporters they're protesting the Mexican authorities now blocking them from reaching the United States border.

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Legislation to protect the Dreamers has so far failed to pass Congress. "People here are pretty dug in", said Rubio, a Republican. And they said they plan to evaluate the sanitary and public health conditions of the shelter. "They are free to come and go".

"I'm not going to break public services to solve this problem", the Tijuana mayor said.

The city is so far assisting the migrants, but with around $30,000 in expenditures per day, Tijuana won't be able to do so for much longer.

An advocate for USA border enforcement says we can be thankful President Donald Trump's border enforcement policies are keeping thousands of migrants stuck in Mexico.

Maria Luisa Cáceres, 42, took her 15-year-old special-needs son to the border to try to illegally enter the United States.

"They're not the women and children that you see them putting in the front of the caravan so that is what is photographed all the time", she tells OneNewsNow.

"There are people who only think about themselves, they don't think about the mothers with kids, they think about nothing".

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