Friday, August 26, 2022

Border Patrol Arrests Suspected Illegal Immigrants Wearing Ghillie Suits to Blend Into Desert; Ghillie suits can’t help migrants avoid detection

U.S. Border Patrol
Border Patrol arrests suspected illegal immigrants wearing ghillie suits to blend into desert:
The number of migrant encounters at the US-Mexico border has jumped significantly to around 2 million this fiscal year, officials said this week
Three migrants attempting to sneak into the United States from Mexico took a page from a covert military handbook when they were found trying to blend in with the surrounding terrain to avoid detection Thursday.
Border Patrol agents in the agency's El Paso Sector arrested the three migrants, who were wearing ghillie suits as they allegedly snuck through the desert in southern New Mexico.
The gillie suit is a type of camouflage material used to blend into various natural environments such as the desert, snow and other types of terrain. They are mostly worn by military personnel, police and hunters.
Migrant encounters have become more common as the crisis at the southern border continues --->READ MORE HERE
U.S. Border Patro
Ghillie suits can’t help migrants avoid detection:
Despite their “extraordinary tactics” to go undetected, U.S. Border Patrol agents found three migrants wearing ghillie suits in the New Mexico desert.
El Paso Sector Chief Patrol Agent Gloria Chavez tweeted pictures of the three individuals clad in camouflage Thursday in Santa Teresa, New Mexico.
One picture shows an agent from the horse patrol unit in the background, and the migrants’ faces are blurred.
“SMUGGLER TACTICS!” Chavez tweeted. “People that enter illegally into the #USA, will often use extraordinary tactics to evade detection & arrest. Kudos to #ElPaso Sector #Santateresa agents for interdicting 3 migrants wearing #ghillie suits to blend into the southern #NewMexico desert terrain. @CBP.” --->READ MORE HERE
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