Operation Double Helix, a new pilot DNA program started by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) on May 1, already has 316 fake “families” attempting to illegally enter the United States as well as 629 others convicted of various criminal violations. In an especially egregious case, a 51-year-old previously deported repeat illegal Honduran man admitted to paying $84 for an infant to carry across the Rio Grande River because “families” are less likely to be detained or deported. In another, an illegal immigrant child was “recycled” by at least three “families” of an unrelated adult trying to illegally enter the U.S. All the more reason for drastic border security measures to curb the trafficking of children.
Here’s more from World Tribune…
The Trump administration’s pilot DNA program called Operation Double Helix has revealed a large number of illegals fraudulently attempting to cross the U.S. southern border as family units, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) said.
Under the program, since May 1, 599 counterfeit documents, 316 fraudulent “families,” and 629 different people convicted of various criminal violations “were discovered and promptly removed to the Justice Department for deportation or reunification attempts with legitimate family members,” Sarah Cowgill noted in a July 1 column for LibertyNation.com.