Thousands of illegals set upon a perilous journey when they decide to illegally cross into the United States. Many set off on foot and hike over a hundred miles through deserts that will kill you if not prepared. Others are dropped off in the desert by their human traffickers before reaching check points.
In the summer, temperatures can reach well over 100 degrees, draining anyone of energy and water. Unless they are protected from the intense sun and carrying several gallons of water, the desert will consume them, yet they peruse their illegal journey anyway.
So who is to blame when an illegal that is not properly prepared to survive for days in the desert and ends up dying?
In Brooks County, Texas, located about 70 miles north of the Mexican border, 41 illegals have been found dead in the harsh desert. A number of human rights groups are trying to place some of the blame on the ranch owners. They claim that ranchers do not allow enough access to their lands to groups that want to search for distressed and missing illegals. Among the missing is a woman from Honduras.
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