Tuesday, February 5, 2019

Immigrant rights attorneys and journalists denied entry into Mexico

Via Gleason Long

Immigrant rights attorneys and journalists denied entry into Mexico

Two U.S. immigrant rights attorneys and two journalists who have worked closely with members of a migrant caravan in Tijuana said they had been denied entry into Mexico in recent days after their passports were flagged with alerts by an unknown government.

Their stories are nearly identical: All four report being detained by Mexican immigration authorities while trying to enter the country, and eventually being turned back because the authorities said their passports had been flagged.

It is unclear which government or governments, if any, might have issued the alerts.

More @ The LA Times

4 comments:

  1. LA Times: "It is unclear which government or governments, if any, might have issued the alerts." REALLY? Hmmmm, might I suggest it is the U.S. Government, The Dept. of State. You know the folks who issue and revoke U.S. Passports. LA Times, Home of the Harbingers of TRUTH and CRITICAL THINKING. Wow, can we add SUPER SLEUTH BLOOD HOUNDS to their title. Rest Easy tonight America. The LA Times is on the Job.

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    1. Rest Easy tonight America. The LA Times is on the Job.

      All is well in the world.....

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