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There are 7 comments on the The Daily Beast story from Mar 23, 2013, titled John Moore/GettyKids Crossing the BorderIllegal immigration may be.... In it, The Daily Beast reports that:

Illegal immigration may be down, but the number of children coming into the U.S. on their own is soaring-and many are deported without a lawyer.

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Since: Aug 11

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#2 Mar 23, 2013
when these kids have killed in their homelands and belong to gangs,willing to say and do anything just like their parents,what fool takes their words for why they are here?

this is another trick con hustle. we cannot take in the whole world and we know some of these kids could be harden killers.

let me guess we will now be robbed to pay for their lawyers as well our gov refusing to to charge their homelands for the bills.

best don't waste time talking to them turn them around to where they came.

i for one see kids doing this as booby traps and a way for their parents or other relatives to use to slither here.

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#3 Mar 23, 2013
to add to the above when kids can get in like they are saying we have no border security at all.

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#5 Mar 23, 2013

Orting, WA

#6 Mar 23, 2013
"Kid" in touch with mom in Guatemala? Send him to her!!!Sooo, I didn't see one word about foster care. What is the plan, to hold these "children" until they are 18 and give them GC's?!!! WTF?!!!

Children in 3rd World countries aren't like children in America!!! They are adults at about 12 or 13, marrying, having babies, and finding ways to "get the bread" to feed 'em!

I work in juvie sometimes. What I do know is that the "undocumented children" do is just always state their age as under 18!!! They have no records, they have nothing to go on except the "kids" word. What I'm saying is that Hispanic "children" who commit "serious" crimes often say they are underage to get a juvenile sentence, rather than an adult one.

And, as with all stuff re illegal aliens, if the illegal alien says it's so, it's so!!!

Orting, WA

#7 Mar 23, 2013
...I mean, like you know, we sometimes have "kids" in there with THICK full grown beards!

Stop it! You're a racist for what you're thinking! LOL

Brigham City, UT

#8 Mar 23, 2013
Dear daily beast!!!! Where have you been. This story is redundant. They come together with friends at 12-13 and get pregnant immediately to anchor. These girls are everywhere, in every ER in this Country dropping babies at 13-14 years old. The thing they're migrating families have been doing for 30 year's. They learned, the reward of welfare and early pregnancy is Americans freebies. These stories surprise me. They act like this is new. What I do feel shocked about, is they have parent's that could care less about them, even encourage them to hurry up get to America, anchor, get welfare and send money and cloths or whatever back to us. What a terrible idea Birthright Citizenship has turned out to be.

Since: Apr 10

Houston, TX

#9 Mar 24, 2013
They crossed over without a lawyer, what's the big deal?

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