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They are covering their tracks with carpet.
In their latest attempt to outwit the US Border Patrol, human smugglers are sticking frayed pieces of flooring material to the shoes of people they smuggle to prevent them from leaving footprints.
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However, a crowd of about a dozen men, women and children was seen crossing the Mexican border in New Mexico’s Sunland Park on Wednesday morning and apprehended by US Customs and Border Protection agents.
Photos posted from the scene show how the sneakers on his feet were covered with cloth to make his footprints unrecognizable. The covert measure doesn’t completely eliminate tracks, but makes it harder for agents to tell how many people have taken a particular route.
All migrants – whose country of origin was unknown – were expected to be deported back to Mexico.
Sunland Park to become “Ground Zero” in 2021 among already saturated migrant crossing sites. More than 155,000 migrants were caught in or near the city that year—an increase of more than 100,000 from the prior year, according to previously reported Border Patrol data.
Sunland Park, which boasts a population of about 17,000 people, borders Mexico and El Paso, Texas, which became the center of an ongoing crisis during 2022 when it became the busiest border crossing in the country, with one week 6,000 migrants were trying to enter. Country.
Last month, 17 immigrants in El Paso were rescued from a storm drain after becoming trapped while attempting to enter the country illegally.
The migrant onslaught prompted the city’s mayor to declare a state of emergency in December.
And records show the crisis is currently taking a toll on some of the country’s largest cities.
The Post reported earlier this month exclusively that New York City’s Office for Immigration and Customs Enforcement is “fully booked” for October 2032 — meaning those who are in the Big Apple illegally, They will not introduce immigration court requirements during this time for nearly 10 years. At what time they will be allowed to stay in the country.
Meanwhile, the city is converting several sites around downtown, including what was once NYC’s busiest McDonald’s location, into migrant shelters.
Migrant smugglers caught using ‘carpet shoes’ to hide footprints at border
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