DEAD IN THE DESERT: 11yr. Old Illegal Found Dead In Texas

Somehow Obama and his ilk will blame this on conservatives and he’ll use this to bypass congress and sign into act the ‘No Dead 11yr. Old Unfortunate Immigrant Act’.  And we’ll be bullied to blow off our laws with this line of questioning: What?  You don’t want wholesale amnesty for these young latinos?  Do you hate children?  Latin children?  Then you’re an ageist and a racist and should be castigated and then ‘re-educated’. See below…

When authorities found an 11-year-old Guatemalan boy’s body just about a mile from Texas’ southern border, they also discovered his brother’s Chicago phone number scribbled on the inside of his belt buckle.

The boy, wearing Angry Birds jeans, black leather boots and a white rosary around his neck, had apparently gotten lost on his way north from his native country and was found earlier this month, alone in the brush less than a mile from the nearest U.S. home, a South Texas sheriff said Monday.

While hundreds of immigrants die crossing the border each year, the discovery of Gilberto Francisco Ramos Juarez’s decomposed body in the Rio Grande Valley earlier this month highlights the perils unaccompanied children face as the U.S. government searches for ways to deal with record numbers of children crossing into the country illegally.

‘Down here finding a decomposed body … we come across them quite often,’ Hidalgo County Sheriff Eddie Guerra said, adding that this was the first child immigrant his office has found since he became sheriff in April. ‘It’s a very dangerous journey.’

More than 52,000 unaccompanied children have been apprehended entering the U.S. illegally since October, creating what President Barack Obama has called an ‘urgent humanitarian situation.’

Read more: Daily Mail

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