'They Keep Finding Bodies;' Illegal Alien Minor Influx Spurs Gang Crime in NY Suburb

by Brittany M. Hughes
(United States)

“They keep finding bodies.”

The disturbing quote headlined an October article featured in the New York Times. The subsequent article detailed the string of blood and horror in a small Long Island suburb of Brentwood, a 60,000-person community plagued by transnational gang violence -- violence perpetuated by the federal government's refusal to enforce the nation's immigration laws.

In one 24-hour period back in September, 15-year-old Nisa Mickens and her best friend, Kayla Cuevas, 16, were found beaten to death near an elementary school in what authorities allege was a gang-related double murder carried out by the Salvadorian gang MS-13, a transnational group known for hacking their victims up with machetes and other committing notably violent crimes.

That same week, the remains of 19-year-old Oscar Acosta and 15-year-old Miguel Garcia-Moran were found in the woods near a psychiatric hospital. They’d been missing since February.

Since 2009, there have been at least 14 murders attributed to MS-13 in Brentwood alone. There are only 4,400 high school students divided between two schools in the whole community, but the prevalence of gang activity has become a huge community problem, the NYT reported. And officials point to the massive influx of illegal alien children, funneled en mass by the federal government into American communities, as the reason why gang violence is now raging out of control.

The New York Times estimated there are 17,000 Salvadorian residents in the town, which is 68 percent Hispanic.

A new report from the Center for Immigration Studies examined how a wave of unaccompanied minors has ramped up gang tensions in the town, which had already been struggling with MS-13 violence for the past nearly two decades. According to the Office of Refugee Resettlement, 3,709 unaccompanied children who’ve recently crossed into the United States unlawfully have been placed in New York’s Suffolk County. CIS estimates more than half landed in Brentwood.

Unaccompanied kids coming across the Southwest U.S. border from countries other than Mexico are permitted to stay in the U.S. pending an immigration court date. With no I.D. and no way to look up their criminal record, most of these kids aren't vetted before being released -- even those whose tattoos prove their gang affiliations, and whose ages don't seem to match their claims.

Not only are illegal alien children allowed to stay in the country unlawfully, but they’re also released with very little supervision to “sponsors” who aren’t well vetted either, CIS noted.

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Nov 07, 2016

by: Luis

A perfect example of what can happen when an immigration either doesn't work or the laws are not enforced.

As a nation we should have a say as to who enters. It is not "racist" for us to not let "everyone" in. It's being proactive and is the responsibility of the government to protect it's citizens.

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