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    Protesters block bus at Murrieta Border Patrol


    A crowd of protesters in Murrieta blocked buses carrying migrant families who illegally crossed the border in Texas from entering the Border Patrol station on Tuesday, July 1, 2014. Ricardo Cano/The Desert Sun

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    Desert Sun staff reports3:29 p.m. PDT July 1, 2014

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    As elected leaders and community service groups across Southern California braced themselves for the impact of having hundreds of immigrant families taken here, protesters in Murrieta blocked part of the first wave of families set to arrive Tuesday.

    The first wave — totaling about 300 people — was set to arrive there and in El Centro Tuesday.


    Additional flights will arrive every three days as the U.S. Customs and Border Patrol tries to address the overcrowded facilities in Texas' Rio Grande Valley, which has seen an unprecedented spike in illegal crossings since October.


    Here's the latest:

    3:21 p.m.: Union representative Ron Zermeno tells The Desert Sun that the Murrieta Border Patrol station will not resume normal operations but instead send its entire staff to the San Diego area to help with the processing of the re-routed immigrant families.

    "It's just a matter of time," he said.


    3:09 p.m.: With the protest too much in Murrieta, Border Patrol union representatives confirm the buses are heading to a San Diego County processing center.


    2:55 p.m.: The crowd of protesters in Murrieta blocked buses from entering the Border Patrol station. Officials did not immediately say where they were going to be detoured.


    A crowd of protesters in Murrieta blocked buses carrying migrant families who illegally crossed the border in Texas from entering the Border Patrol station on Tuesday, July 1, 2014. Ricardo Cano/The Desert Sun

    2:38 p.m.: Imperial County officials have confirmed that the Border Patrol will not bring migrant families to El Centro until Wednesday.

    Border Patrol and ICE have assured the county that the transfer will not become a drain on local resources.


    2:25 p.m.: Here are more photos from the scene, courtesy of Richard Lui:

    Protesters try to stop buses from arriving at the Murrieta Border Patrol station.(Photo: Richard Lui/ The Desert)

    2:20 p.m.: Some of the protesters are sitting in front of the buses as they try to enter the Murrieta center.

    Protesters are blocking the buses as they arrive in Murrieta.(Photo: Richard Lui/ The Desert Sun)

    2:07 p.m.: The buses carrying migrant families from Texas have arrived in Murrieta.

    The buses took a detour rather than enter the Border Patrol station's front entrance, where about 100 people are gathered.


    A Department of Homeland Security official in California told The Associated Press that a chartered plane landed in San Diego after 12 p.m. with 136 migrants on board. The official was not authorized to be named when speaking on the issue.


    Murrieta city officials are planning a 5 p.m. announcement in front of City Hall.

    -- Ricardo Cano

    1:37 p.m.: After the families are processed inside the Border Patrol station in Murrieta Border, they will be taken by vans to bus stops across the region and dropped off, three different Border Patrol union representatives have told The Desert Sun.


    Christopher Harris, vice president of National Border Patrol Council's Local 1613, said it is part of the usual protocol by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.


    Gabe Pacheco, an agent and representative with the Border Patrol union, called the whole process "de facto amnesty."


    The agents are expected to take the immigrant families to stations in Menifee, San Bernardino and Perris. No one has mentioned locations inside the Coachella Valley.


    The bus taking immigrant families to Murrieta for processing has been delayed, but it is expected within the hour.


    If immigrants are taken to bus stops, it would mirror what happened in May when immigrants from the Rio Grande Valley were taken to Tuscon.


    The families ended up at Greyhound bus stations in Phoenix and Tuscon, according to reports from the Arizona Republic.


    1:30 p.m.: San Diego-based Border Angels, a nonprofit that aims to bring relief to day labored and immigrants, is working with local San Diego officials to establish housing sites for displaced immigrants who have no family.


    "I agree with what president Obama said recently about this being a humanitarian crisis, and If we this is a humanitarian crisis, then we need a humanitarian solution," said Enrique Morones, president and founder of Border Angels, said outside of the Menifee station.


    Just sending back children and deporting immigrants, "that is not a humanitarian solution," he said.


    "If these children were Canadian, we would not be having this interview right now," he added.


    12:54 p.m.: Unlike heated exchanges that is occurring in the crowd outside of the Murrieta station, the El Centro Border Patrol Station on West Aten Road remained quiet on Tuesday afternoon.


    There were no protesters or organizers in sight.


    Miguel Garcia, spokesman for the El Centro Border Patrol Sector, declined to comment on the issue and deferred all questions to the U.S. Customs and Border Protection public affairs office in El Centro.


    The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement headquarters, located just two miles away from the Border Patrol station, was also quiet and officials declined to comment.


    Immigrant families are expected to be flown from Texas to Yuma, and taken by bus to El Centro. Officials have not said when the bus might arrive.

    -- Tatiana Sanchez

    12:07 p.m.: Here are some of the images from Murrieta, courtesy of Desert Sun photographer Richard Lui:

    The Border Patrol station in Murrieta will take in 140 immigrants Tuesday, mostly women and children.(Photo: Richard Lui/ The Desert Sun)

    Protesters have been gathering all morning in anticipation of the immigrant families arriving in Murrieta.(Photo: Richard Lui/ The Desert Sun)

    A crowd has gathered outside of the Border Patrol station in Murrieta Tuesday.(Photo: Richard Lui/ The Desert Sun)

    11:26 a.m.: Ron Zermeno -- the union representative for the Border Patrol agents in Murrieta and serves as the station's health director – told The Desert Sun that he has serious concerns about whether the station can handle even the first wave of families.

    The station, he said, has no dining or dorm facilities to accommodate anyone detained for a long period of time. Instead, Zermeno said the immigrants – mostly women and children -- will be fed three meals a day in their cells.

    "It's chaos. It's going to be a mess," he added.


    The Murrieta station normally focuses on prosecuting drug-related crimes, such as smuggling.


    To handle the transfer from Texas – and process everyone within 72 hours -- Zermeno said routine operations are essentially being suspended. All available resources, including the patrol dogs, are being reassigned to this effort.


    Zermeno declined to detail the staffing levels at the station out of security concerns. But he said he requested more staff, and got only five more supervisors.


    "What does that say about the situation?" he said.

    -- Ricardo Cano

    11:15 a.m.: About 15 protesters are now outside of the Murrieta station.


    "We can't start taking care of others if we can't take care of our own," said Nancy Greyson, a 60-year-old from Murrieta.


    A crowd had gathered there Monday as well, some staying as late as 1 a.m. Tuesday.

    About 15 protesters were at the Border Patrol station in Murrieta Tuesday morning, voicing opposition to a plan to bring migrant families from a Texas station to Southern California.(Photo: Ricardo Cano/ The Desert Sun)

    11:10 a.m.: The Desert Sun has learned the the flight from Texas to San Diego has been delayed.

    Families won't arrive in Murrieta until 12:30 p.m.


    10:43 a.m.: About 140 migrant adults and children will arrive in San Diego around 11 a.m. and then taken by bus to the Border Patrol station in Murrieta.


    About 10 protesters already are out there, voicing their opposition to the federal government's plan.


    10:05 a.m.: Murrieta Mayor Alan Long is encouraging the city's 107,000 residents to call elected leaders and voice opposition to the Border Patrol plan.


    "We want to make sure everyone is doing what they say they're going to do," Long said.


    Police are ready for any security issues, and are starting a hotline to field questions about the transfers.


    Many of the migrants are under the impression that they will receive leniency from U.S. authorities. Once the migrants are processed, Immigration and Customs Enforcement will decide who can be released while awaiting deportation proceedings.

    -- Associated Press

    9:44 a.m.: Riverside County Supervisor Jeff Stone on Tuesday said the county offered to provide a mobile health clinic at the Border Control station in Murrieta, but the federal government declined the offer.


    "It seems like we may need to be prepared for what I would call a local state of emergency," said Stone, a Temecula Republican now running for a state Senate district that includes the Coachella Valley.


    "We stand ready, and we are hoping to continue to work with our congressman (U.S. Rep. Ken Calvert), with our U.S. Senators, to do what the county is supposed to do, and that is to provide social services for people that are in the county of Riverside irrespective of their nationality. ... It's almost like a FEMA event."

    -- Barrett Newkirk

    9:30 a.m.: Aides for U.S. Reps. Raul Ruiz, a Palm Desert, and for U.S. Rep. Juan Vargas, a San Diego, confirmed the two Democrats are keeping updated on the situation.


    Ruiz is scheduled to be in El Centro Tuesday for a meeting related to the Salton Sea restoration, but has not announced any plans to go to the Border Patrol station.


    Rep. Ken Calvert, a Corona Republican who is opposing the Border Patrol's plan, had toured the Murrieta station on Monday.


    "Ultimately, the root cause of our crisis is President Obama's failure to enforce our immigration laws. Immigrants illegally entering the U.S. in (Texas) are literally walking up to CBP officers looking to be detained, knowing that the current U.S. policy is to simply release them. I am convinced that unless we fundamentally change our approach, the crisis will only grow larger."

    -- Erica Felci

    http://www.desertsun.com/story/news/...ieta/11904351/

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    BREAKING NEWS UNDOCUMENTED IMMIGRANTS ARRIVE I

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    The buses are being off-loaded at the Chula Vista / Otay Mesa / San Ysidro Border Patrol station.

    (Everyone is calling it by a different name.)
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    Another video.



    Published on Jul 1, 2014
    Protesters in the southern California town of Murrieta awaited busloads of illegal immigrants as federal officials deal with a crush of Central American migrants at the border.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hSDpK7oy418
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    Buses carrying migrants rerouted to San Diego County after flag-waving protests at facility


    Associated PressJuly 1, 2014 | 7:48 p.m. EDT+ More


    By JULIE WATSON, Associated Press

    CHULA VISTA, Calif.
    (AP) — Homeland Security buses carrying migrants have been rerouted to a customs and border facility in San Diego County after American flag-waving protesters blocked the group from reaching a suburban processing center.


    The buses were followed Tuesday by half a dozen news crews to the facility in Chula Vista after protesters prevented them from entering a border patrol center in suburban Murrieta, about an hour north of San Diego.


    The migrants had been flown to Southern California for processing to help alleviate a crunch on the border in Texas after thousands of Central American children and families fled violence in those nations.


    Murrieta Mayor Alan Long urged residents in his city to protest the arrival of the migrants, who were not expected to be released in the city.

    http://www.usnews.com/news/us/articl...rying-migrants

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    Protesters in Murrieta force detainees' buses to turn around

    CAPTIONMurrieta protestMark Boster / Los Angeles Times
    A crowd of 200 to 300 people in downtown Murrieta surrounded three buses carrying immigrant detainees Tuesday afternoon, causing the buses to turn around before they reached a Border Patrol station in the Riverside County city.


    CAPTIONMurrieta protestMark Boster / Los Angeles Times
    A crowd of 200 to 300 people in downtown Murrieta surrounded three buses carrying immigrant detainees Tuesday afternoon, causing the buses to turn around before they reached a Border Patrol station in the Riverside County city.


    CAPTIONMurrieta protestMark Boster / Los Angeles Times
    A crowd of 200 to 300 people in downtown Murrieta surrounded three buses carrying immigrant detainees Tuesday afternoon, causing the buses to turn around before they reached a Border Patrol station in the Riverside County city.


    CAPTIONMurrieta protestMark Boster / Los Angeles Times
    A crowd of 200 to 300 people in downtown Murrieta surrounded three buses carrying immigrant detainees Tuesday afternoon, causing the buses to turn around before they reached a Border Patrol station in the Riverside County city.


    CAPTIONMurrieta protestMark Boster / Los Angeles Times
    A crowd of 200 to 300 people in downtown Murrieta surrounded three buses carrying immigrant detainees Tuesday afternoon, causing the buses to turn around before they reached a Border Patrol station in the Riverside County city.


    MATT HANSEN AND MARK BOSTER

    In Riverside County, a crowd forces busloads of immigration detainees, mostly children, to turn around
    Police in Riverside County can't keep protesters from blocking buses carrying immigration detainees
    Mayor urged protest over federal immigration detainee decision; crowd in Murrieta responds by blocking buses


    A crowd of 200 to 300 people in downtown Murrieta, Calif., surrounded three buses carrying immigrant detainees Tuesday afternoon, prompting the buses to turn around before they reached a Border Patrol station in the Riverside County city.

    Waving Americans flags and protest signs, the crowd refused to give way when the buses arrived with some 140 detainees from Texas, which has seen a flood of Central American immigrants cross the border in recent weeks without legal permission.

    A crowd of 200 to 300 people in downtown Murrieta, Calif., surrounded three buses carrying immigrant detainees Tuesday afternoon, prompting the buses to turn around before they reached a Border Patrol station in the Riverside County city. (Mark Boster / Los Angeles Times)

    A small number of Murrieta police officers stood between the protesters and the buses but could not keep the crowd from blocking the buses' path.

    The face-off came one day after Mayor Alan Long urged residents to protest the federal government’s decision to move the recent immigrants who arrived in the country illegally -- and have overwhelmed Texas border facilities -- to the Border Patrol station in his city.

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    “Murrieta expects our government to enforce our laws, including the deportation of illegal immigrants caught crossing our borders, not disperse them into our local communities,” Long said Monday at a news conference. The city had defeated two previous attempts to send migrants to the facility, he said.

    Murrieta expects our government to enforce our laws, including the deportation of illegal immigrants caught crossing our borders, not disperse them into our local communities.- Alan Long, Murrieta mayor


    An initial 140 migrants were expeced to arrive in Murrieta on Tuesday afternoon, Long said, followed by arrivals every 72 hours for several weeks. The detainees are primarily children accompanied by mothers or fathers. They will be processed at the Murrieta facility before being placed under the supervision of Immigration and Customs Enforcementagents who will ensure that they are united with family throughout the country, Long said.

    This year, Border Patrol agents across the Southwest have detained more than 52,000 unaccompanied minors, with a particular concentration along the Rio Grande border in Texas, according to federal records.


    Because of this influx, officials are sending migrants to Border Patrol facilities in less heavily trafficked areas, such as Southern California, for processing and supervised release by ICE agents.


    By sending migrants to the Murrieta facility, the federal government is not properly enforcing immigration laws that require immediate deportation of undocumented immigrants, Long said.


    But, according to the mayor, public safety officials were fully prepared for the arrival and have established an information hotline that residents can use for updates on the transfer.


    “I can say, without equivocation, Murrieta will remain safe,” Long said.


    Murrieta is one of several cities whose facilities will receive migrants as the government seeks to lessen the burden on the Texas border.

    Migrants will also be sent to a border patrol facility in El Centro, in neighboring Imperial County, as well as a center in New Mexico, which has also caused lawmakers there to protest.


    In his comments Monday, Long emphasized the temporary nature of the new arrivals.


    “There is not, and never has been, any intention to release these immigrants locally out the front door of the Border Patrol office,” he said.

    http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/l...701-story.html
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    This was on every network news program tonight.

    And every local news program in CA.
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    Protesters block migrant buses in Calif.

    Protesters stopped three buses carrying undocumented immigrants from entering the Border Patrol station in Murrieta, Calif., on Tuesday, July 1, 2014. Richard Lui, The Desert Sun

    Ricardo Cano , The (Palm Springs, Calif.) Desert Sun 8:55 p.m. EDT July 1, 2014

    (Photo: Richard Lui, The (Palm Springs, Calif.) Desert Sun)

    MURRIETA, Calif. -- Protesters on Tuesdayblocked three busloads of immigrant families being transferred to a federal facility in Riverside County.

    More than 100 people waving American flags and holding signs that opposed "new illegals" waited in the hot sun for the three charter buses to arrive at the U.S. Customs and Border Protection station in Murrieta, about an hour north of San Diego.


    Federal agents tried to avoid a conflict by taking a route that steered clear of the front entrance.


    But instead, the crowd blocked the street and forced the buses to make an unplanned detour to an undisclosed processing center in San Diego County.


    "We can't start taking care of others if we can't take care of our own," said protester Nancy Greyson, 60, of Murrieta.


    Tuesday's scene provided a chaotic start to the federal government's plan to help alleviate overcrowded facilities in Texas' Rio Grande Valley by transferring immigrant families into Southern California.


    El Centro, Calif., is expected to receive a similar transfer of families Wednesday.


    "It's not humanitarian what they're doing here," said Ron Zermeno, a union representative for the Border Patrol agents in Murrieta who serves as the station's health director.


    Tuesday's transfer was supposed involve 140 people being flown into San Diego and taken by bus to Murrieta.


    After the families were processed, Border Patrol union representatives told The Desert Sun the plan was to drive the immigrants in vans to bus stops in Perris, San Bernardino and Menifee.


    Gabe Pacheco, an agent and representative with the Border Patrol union, called the process "de facto amnesty."


    Border Patrol agents said the families were mostly made up of women and young children.


    For days, officials in both Murrieta and El Centro have warned that they didn't have the resources needed to handle the influx of families.


    Ron Zermeno — the union representative for the Border Patrol agents in Murrieta who serves as the station's health director — said he had serious concerns about whether the station could handle even the first wave of families.


    The Murrieta station, Zermeno said, has no dining or dorm facilities to accommodate anyone detained for a long period of time.


    "It's chaos. It's going to be a mess," he said.


    All of the Murrieta station's available resources, including the patrol dogs, were being reassigned to this effort.


    After the buses were rerouted to San Diego, union leaders said the Murrieta station staff would be sent south as well.


    Diane Serafin of Murrieta got to the Murrieta station at 7:30 a.m., just as the crowd started to gather for the day.


    Serafin said she considered it her patriotic duty to protest the processing.


    "Nobody in Washington is listening to us," she said.

    Pro immigrant supporter Lupillo Rivera, right and Chris Clinkscales of Murrieta, Calif., get into a shouting match at the Border Patrol station in Murrieta.(Photo: Richard Lui, The (Palm Springs, Calif.) Desert Sun)

    Tensions in the crowd increased as it grew in number. Shouting matches ensued as protesters clashed with immigration reform supporters like Lupillo Rivera, who was among those trying to launch a counter-protest.

    "We are your baby-sitters, we clean your hotels, we baby-sit your kids," screamed Rivera.


    San Diego-based Border Angels, a nonprofit that aims to bring relief to day laborers and immigrants, is working with San Diego officials to establish housing sites for displaced immigrants who have no family.


    "I agree with what President Obama said recently about this being a humanitarian crisis and, if we (think) this is a humanitarian crisis, then we need a humanitarian solution," Enrique Morones, president and founder of Border Angels, said outside of the Menifee station.


    Just sending back children and deporting immigrants, "that is not a humanitarian solution," he said.


    Since October, the Rio Grande has seen an unprecedented influx of unaccompanied children from Central America — mostly from Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala — illegally cross into the U.S.


    An estimated 52,193 unaccompanied children younger than 18 years old have been caught illegally crossing the Southwest U.S.-Mexico border since October, according to U.S. Customs and Border Protection.


    About 37,600 have crossed into the Rio Grande Valley alone, a 178 percent increase from the previous year.

    http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/n...ests/11938555/

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    San Diego has a border fence that works

    so the Feds fly illegal aliens in from Texas?


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    In this Nov. 17, 2008 file photo, a U.S. Border Patrol vehicle stands guard along
    the border fence with its concertino wire topping it, in San Diego.

    (AP Photo/Lenny Ignelzi, File)


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