Border Crisis Worsens As Cartels Take Over Southern Roads | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Border Crisis Worsens As Cartels Take Over Southern Roads

The cartels accountable for smuggling migrants into the United States have grown more violent in run-ins with local law enforcement north of the border and are working in a more sophisticated fashion than sheriffs outside of Houston have seen.

The eastern Texas city of Houston is the first destination for most immigrants who make it across the U.S.-Mexico border in the Rio Grande Valley and Laredo regions. Sheriffs Justin Marr of Victoria County and A.J. Louderback of Jackson County are accustomed to having their deputies pull over vehicles on the highway that are crowded full of people being smuggled to Houston, but the transporters are becoming more vicious.

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