On the border with Mexico detained family from Guatemala, dropped his children with boundary wall

Surveillance cameras on the border of USA and Mexico recorded as a suspected smuggler throws young children from the edge of the wall in Yuma (AZ).

Confirming the entry appeared in the Monday, December 3, on the Twitter page of customs and border protection (CBP). As reported by the border patrol, male, located on the Mexican side, throwing children (2, 7 and 10 years old) with fences with a height more than 5 m on US territory, where they caught another person.

According to CBP, as a result of falling from the wall of injured 2-year-old kid. He helped the border patrol agents arrived on the scene. They took the whole family of the child into custody.

#CBP #YumaSector camera operators observe two small children being dropped off an 18 foot wall by a suspected smuggler near San Luis, Arizona. One child received an injury to the face. #SouthwestBorder #NationalSecurity Details: https://t.co/r4tyZd9uzS pic.twitter.com/WwX1Wc5jlG

— CBP Arizona (@CBPArizona) December 4, 2018

Commissioner for the protection of the border Kevin Macelignan told Fox News that organized crime groups in Mexico are exploiting migrant families, ensuring that they will be granted asylum.

«We have criminal organizations profiting from vulnerable families by charging $5-7 thousand, — says the official. Is the business worth $2.5 billion. We have to stop this and we need to cooperate with Mexico to accomplish this.»

According to Macelignan detained seven from Guatemala — will give the Immigration and customs service (ICE).

«There’s difficult and still potentially volatile situation in Tijuana, said MacLennan. — We have over 7 thousand workers. They were brought to the border a well-organized criminal group, which assured people that they will be able to easily cross into the United States to apply for asylum. But this is not so.»

This attempt to cross the U.S. border and Mexico, the influx of the «caravan» of migrants. Thousands of residents of Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala in recent months tried to get into the States hoping for asylum. Most of them are fleeing their countries due to crime, sexual violence and lack of protection from the government.