As a model was being filmed for a fashion shoot on a Florida beach in Miami by Ekaterina Juskowski, the camera caught more than a dark-haired beauty. It caught a group of nine illegal aliens leaping from their boat and rushing the Florida shoreline.
"They're ruining my video," exclaimed Juskowski as she perceived it to be a scuba boat.
Juskowski turned the camera off briefly, but resumed filming once she began to witness the illegals abandoning the boat in the surf and running for shore.
According to Broward Palm Beach New Times:
U.S. Border Patrol spokesperson Frank Miller said, "That's a testament to how confident these organizations are — what we call transnational criminal organizations — who smuggle criminals and narcotics right onto the beach." He said the incident was under investigation and noted, "There has been an increase in known maritime smuggling in Florida — from Key West all along the Florida coast — from fiscal year 2014 to now."
It is not unusual for migrants to strip identifying numbers off their boats and, once close to shore, just jump off and leave the boat abandoned. Experts believe the migration is driven by organized trafficking rings, who pool clients in the Bahamas, Jamaica, or Haiti; bring them to the Florida coast; and coordinate with people already living here who tell them when and where to come ashore and help the migrants get settled.
Miller said that the Florida coastline is so vast that "it's impossible to cover with just Border Patrol agents," so the agency works closely with the Coast Guard, other law enforcement agencies, and foreign allies. Even so, "it's difficult to get a solid level of situational awareness on what's coming in." He asked that the public report tips to 877-772-8146.
Juskowski, who followed immigration laws to migrate to the US legally at age 18 from Russia said, "Witnessing people starting their life anew by jumping off the boat and running into the city made my personal struggle seem rather small. As controversial as the problem of illegal immigration can be for many of us, it is important to remember that people come here in search of the better life, and it comes at a very high price of great courage, hard work, and loneliness. I got to know America as a country with a big heart. While I trust it to the U.S. government to work out the policies on improving the immigration laws, it feels natural to stay compassionate and understanding on a personal level."
Sadly, Juskowski is wrong in trusting the US government for anything. They've already demonstrated their impotence and unwillingness to follow our immigration laws.
While there can certainly be those who seek refuge from poverty and war and such, one law enforcement officer told BPBNT that "groups of men only are more likely to consist of 'bad dudes' and violent felons who have already been deported."
The Border Patrol website indicates that 2,034 illegal alien apprehensions were made in 2014 by the Miami office and that 3,942 were made via the "coastal border." The Coast Guard claims 3,587 alien migrant interdictions.
Interestingly, we've heard nothing from these DREAMER advocates like Barack Obama, Marco Rubio or the notorious and treasonous Gang of Eight regarding those who come to our shores in violation of the law.
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