Mexico starts moving some migrants to new shelter

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Border patrol officials identified Mara Salvatrucha, a young man who was caught entering the USA illegally, as a member of MS-13.

Agents with the Border Patrol arrested an MS-13 gang member who illegally entered the United States after traveling through parts of Mexico with a migrant caravan.

Leaders of Central American caravans should face criminal charges and be held accountable for the damage caused to Tijuana as thousands of migrants continue to plague the city, waiting to learn their fate on the US-Mexico border.

Prosecutors said the agent placed his body on Rodriguez's right arm to try to control gain control of the pistol, and the two men wrestled for about a minute until two other Border Patrol agents arrived.

Despite the conditions, many caravan migrants appeared determined to wait as long as it takes, with more than 600 applying for work permits in Mexico earlier this week, according to Mexican officials.

They appeared to easily pass through the Mexican police blockade without using violence. A six-hour period during which USA officials were forced to close the border crossing cost his city $129 million pesos.

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Prosecutors said the group was initially compliant, with the exception of the suspect, who at one point stood up as the Border Patrol agent was trying to handcuff him.

Immigration officials often deport people who cross illegally instead of prosecuting them first for the federal crime of illegal entry because of "resource constraints, statutory roadblocks and process limitations", Homeland Security spokeswoman Katie Waldman said.

Officials say it appeared most of the rocks were thrown from the Mexico side and no one was charged on the US side with assaulting the agents. They were forced back by US Border Patrol agents, who fired tear gas and rubber bullets.

Franklin Sasa, a 20-year-old bus dispatcher from Honduras who hopes to seek asylum in the US, said the previous shelter was a disaster.

"They make the decision for a variety of reasons", Ivonne Aguirre, a program coordinator with the International Organization for Migration, which is assisting migrants with returning home, told the Washington Post.

"The truth is that we were told that if we didn't go to the caravan, then we were not with them, and you know, since we departed from Honduras, we came in a caravan", she told the Epoch Times. Asylum seekers are often released in the USA pending the outcome of their cases in immigration court.

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