Mexican authorities recovered the our bodies of two migrants from the banks of the Rio Grande over the weekend. The drowning marks the 42nd case this 12 months in that specific border metropolis.
The case passed off this weekend within the Mexican border metropolis of Piedras Negras, Coahuila, — simply south of Eagle Pass, Texas. Members of the rescue Group Beta from Mexico’s National Migration Institute responded to a spot alongside the Rio Grande generally known as the Devil Road, the place a caller had notified them about two our bodies floating within the water.
The brokers fished the our bodies of two males who’re believed to have drowned whereas making an attempt to cross the Rio Grande and enter Texas illegally. The males haven’t been recognized.
According to statistics from Beta Group, there have been 42 drownings within the Piedras Negras areas this 12 months. The rising variety of drownings and migrant fatalities comes at a time when the border state of Coahuila continues to be one of many busiest migrant routes into the United States.
Since a lot of the migrants reaching Piedras Negras want to cross into Texas, give up to Border Patrol, and make credible concern or asylum claims, U.S. authorities have been unable to cease the teams that proceed to reach. As Breitbart Texas reported, this migration pattern has sparked a lot diplomatic rigidity since Texas has tried to make use of barbed wire and buoys to maintain migrants out. These actions have been criticized by each the Biden Administration and Mexico’s Government.
Editor’s Note: Breitbart Texas traveled to Mexico City and the states of Tamaulipas, Coahuila, and Nuevo León to recruit citizen journalists prepared to danger their lives and expose the cartels silencing their communities. The writers would face sure demise by the hands of the assorted cartels that function in these areas together with the Gulf Cartel and Los Zetas if a pseudonym weren’t used. Breitbart Texas’ Cartel Chronicles are printed in each English and their authentic Spanish. This article was written by “J.M. Martinez” and “C.E. Herrera” from Coahuila.