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originally posted by: toysforadults
issue a kill order
use sniper fire and drone to bomb immigrants as they try to cross the border, problem solved
you don't see anyone trying to cross the North Korean border do you?
originally posted by: carewemust
originally posted by: ketsuko
a reply to: IgnoranceIsntBlisss
You assume they want to fix it.
If we can increase the number of Republicans in the Senate, the secure border will happen.
originally posted by: 3NL1GHT3N3D1
a reply to: toysforadults
Yay, let's turn into North Korea! Great idea.
originally posted by: Ahabstar
Or just catch and deport with no exemptions, considerations or hearings. Peaceful, non-violent course of action. Yeah, they will be worse off in Mexico than in detention centers but what can you do in respect to life and liberty.
Migrant deaths at US-Mexico border increase 17% this year, UN figures show
UN’s migration agency shows 232 people died in first seven months of 2017
The forensic teams hacked at the unmarked graves until the shovels broke, until sweat soaked their T-shirts and clouds of brown dust choked the air. They kept their eyes on the yawning pit below them, searching for the bodies of immigrants. “I see the corner,” Stevie Hope, one of the searchers, said last month as the wispy edge of a body bag curled from the ground. Beside her, Mary Katherine Tyler lay flat on her stomach and ducked her braided head deep into the grave. As another searcher held her legs to keep her from falling in, Tyler troweled the earth and soon found two bodies, not one.
“We need another bag,” she called out.
One morning as they worked, Maria Interiano awakened 2,100 miles away in East Boston from another dream about Santos, her younger brother, who vanished a year ago after crossing the Rio Grande into South Texas. He could be in the graveyard in Falfurrias or under a mesquite tree closer to the border or somewhere else entirely. Since nobody really knows, sometimes she lets herself imagine that Santos is still alive. www.bostonglobe.com... XffI/story.html