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The following is translated and condensed from an Oct. 16, ’12 Spanish language article in “Proceso”, a newspaper from Tegucigalpa, Honduras. The original article may be seen at this link:
“Organized crime, the main cause of forced displacement in Central America”
Gabriela Rodriguez, head of an organization called the International Center for Human Rights of Migrants, said that though economic reasons have always made Central America an emigrant producing region, the current motivation is to escape rampant violence. This is most noticeable in the three country area of Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador. Rodriguez added that there are tales of fear, persecution and horror in these areas: homicides, violence, threats, abuse of power and discrimination.
It is estimated that an average of 277 persons abandon Honduras daily, and that country has an average of between 18 and 22 homicides of youths daily. Rodriguez and also Valdette Wilemann, of the Honduran Assistance Center for Returned Migrants, assert that it’s not unusual to have Honduran deportees who state that returning to their country “is a death sentence” for them. Central America is the bridge for the largest drug traffic, and also the route that South American emigrants use enroute to the United States. Further, in recent years it has been affected by criminal gangs, the “maras”, which prey upon civilian populations.
Below is a condensed extract and translation of an article dated 10/17/12 in “Proceso”, a newspaper in Tegucigalpa, Honduras.
Original article : http://tinyurl.com/8jlecrg
In comparison with the same period last year individual monetary remittances sent by Salvadorean citizens residing overseas rose 6.9% between January and September of this year and reached 2.893.3 billion dollars. The monthly average is now 321.5 million dollars.
2.9 million Salvadoreans live outside their country. Of that number 2.5 million live in the United States.
Translator note: El Salvador is slightly smaller than Massachusetts and has a population of 6 million. (Source: CIA World Factbook)
Drug Smugglers Are Driving Across the Arizona Border in Broad Daylight
Arizona ranchers fear being overrun by drug smugglers
“we need help down here” …October 2012
Daughter Of Mexican Drug Lord Held In San Diego
Voter-approved measure denying bail to illegal immigrants guilty of serious crimes to be challenged in court Friday
‘Fast and Furious’ defendant gets prison for buying guns
Landowners On Border Say They Were Shortchanged
Arizona Democrat Says His Party ‘Screwed Up’ Immigration Reform
No GED? Some undocumented immigrants hit barriers in quest for legal status
16 suspected illegal immigrants intercepted on boat in Newport Harbor
FBI: Traffickers Used Atlanta Warehouse
Northern Border Patrol Agents Get High Tech
New law to allow many undocumented immigrants to drive
ID for Illegals Passes L.A. Council Committee
U.S. agents intercept ‘Mother Lode’ of cocaine, after heavy week
Arizona border crossing search yields AK-47s in car
Sheriff: Teen raped, shot, left in river
Siskiyou officials seize more than a ton of pot in Gazelle
DPS to double video surveillance along Texas-Mexico border
Border Patrol seizes pot, arrests MS-13 gang member
“ Honduran national…was last deported in April of this year”
Man With Severed Leg Discovered On Interstate 35
(Illegal, with costs going to medical providers & locfal government.)
21 pounds of meth seized by Border Patrol
Nearly 100 pounds of cheese seized at border
Illegal alien charged with child-rape in Michigan
Armed U.S. human smugglers arrested in N Phoenix
Two Columbus men attempt to smuggle horses into Mexico
CBP Officers at Roma Arrest Tennessee Woman Attempting to Smuggle Children
Detroit CBP Officers Apprehend Two Men Wanted in Multiple Home Invasions
MCSO makes 18 arrests in Glendale business raid
Driver killed, others hurt when truck slams into pole in Mesa
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