Sheriff: We Are Forced to Accept Feds Creating Small City of Illegal Aliens in Texas Community

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12 December 2015
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A Texas sheriff expressed concerns that the federal government’s plans to bring large numbers of Unaccompanied Alien Children (UAC) from the border to the campsite located southwest of Dallas will become a “small city.” The children are illegal immigrants mostly from Central America who have recently crossed the border during the latest surge.

Nearly 500 UACs are scheduled to arrive in the next few days at the Lakeview Camp and Retreat Center located near Waxahachie, Texas, a report on Texas Police News states. 400 workers were expected to arrive on Thursday and the children are expected to follow along shortly thereafter...

[Ellis County Sheriff Johnny] Brown told the Dallas newspaper there will be one adult supervisor for every two children at the facility. “They will make this a miniature city” he told the news outlet. “They will have everything they need on hand at this facility.”...

The camp’s website reveals the site to be a luxury retreat including a water park and complete fitness center.

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Obama Administration Cobbles Together Plan as UACs Continue Surging Across the Border, FAIR, December 15, 2015.

Unaccompanied alien minors (UACs) and family units continue to surge across the border illegally at rates similar to summer 2014 record levels. In October — which marked the beginning of the new fiscal year for the government — the Border Patrol apprehended 5,000 UACs (double the number from October 2014) and 6,000 family units (triple the number from October 2014). (See FAIR Legislative Update, Dec. 1, 2015) The situation was even worse last month, with 10,588 UACs apprehended through November 2015 (more than double from this point last year) and 12,505 family units apprehended (a 173 percent increase compared to last year). ( The flow is almost exclusively from Central America as only 1,965 UACs and 538 family units apprehended this fiscal year are from Mexico. (Id.)

Evidence continues to mount that the Central American UACs and family units are surging across the border at record numbers because they know they will get to stay in the U.S. once they get here. Because of a loophole in the William Wilberforce Trafficking Victims Protection Reauthorization Act (TVPRA) of 2008, UACs from Central America cannot be promptly returned to their home countries. (P. Law 110-457) Instead, they receive a "notice to appear" which sets a court date in the future before an immigration judge but illegal aliens refer to these official documents as "permisos" or free passes.


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