DOJ charges 11 probable ‘caravan’ members with illegal entry into U.S.

DOJ charges 11 probable ‘caravan’ members with illegal entry into U.S.
Desperate refugees make totally non-political display at U.S. border fence, Tijuana, MX. (Image: Screen grab of AFP video, YouTube)

[Ed. – CNN beside itself.]

The Department of Justice on Monday filed complaints against 11 individuals believed to be members of the Central American migrant caravan, accusing them of illegally entering the United States.

After a month-long journey by bus, train and on foot, about 100 migrants arrived at the San Ysidro port of entry on the US-Mexico border on Sunday evening, preparing to claim asylum. About 20 to 30 migrants spent the night inside an immigration processing center in Tijuana, Mexico.

An organizer of the caravan vowed they would remain at the immigration processing center until “every last one” is admitted into the United States.

Two Salvadorans, six Hondurans, and three Guatemalans face charges, a federal law enforcement official told CNN.

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