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Sheriff Martinez of Brooks County said there was a solution to the problem, but it did not include any further border walls.
Brooks County, Texas — Coastal bends may have no borders, but on a daily basis, local law enforcement agencies are very busy.
Brooks County Sheriff Benny Martinez told 3News that 41 migrants were found dead this year in a brushed country in southern Texas.
“We picked up number 41. He was sitting under a tree, so we just fixed our bodies and he was still intact,” Martinez said.
“Most of the time, they’ve been there for more than four days,” said Deputy Jose Remus of Brooks County. “They have no water or food. They just give up.”
Almost every day, the Brooks County Sheriff’s Office for them, as there are many people trying to go north of the Sarita checkpoint without documents and endangering their lives to do so. I’m cutting the job.
“Last month, one of my shifts had a time to get two bodies every day of the shift,” said Lemus.
Sheriff Martinez said there was a solution to this problem, but it doesn’t stop people from entering, so it doesn’t need any more border walls.
“The problem is that we are moving away from’immigration reform’. It must be that. It will minimize all this death, it will minimize everything, “Martinez said. “As you said, the fact that it takes time. I still have friends in progress. It’s been 25 to 30 years.”
Martinez said that one life lost was too much.
“Everyone we pick up, every body, has a story. We never know that story.”
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