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Cameras Catch Mysterious SUVs Delivering Immigrants Directly to Gap in Border Fence

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CORRECTION, Jan. 30, 2024: Bill Melugin is a reporter for Fox News. An earlier version of this article had a different last name in one reference.

A Fox News photojournalist recorded a video of a group of men crossing into the U.S. from Mexico in southern California on Monday with no resistance.

The men exited from a pair of SUVs on the Mexican side and walked into the country around a section of border fencing, reportedly in San Diego County.

Fox News border correspondent Bill Melugin shared the 39-second clip on his X page Monday afternoon and credited it to photographer Bud Knapp.

Melugin reported that the men in the video were foreign nationals whose countries of origin were all in Asia.

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“BREAKING: Our photographer in Jacumba, CA just witnessed two human smuggling SUVs drop off groups of illegal immigrants who then trot around the border wall and enter the US,” Melugin reported.

He concluded, “People from China, Turkey, & India in this group. This is in eastern San Diego County, and there was only one single Border Patrol agent in the area …”

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In several follow-up posts, Melugin reported the foreign nationals were handed flyers from volunteers that advised them where to find help and resources.

The fliers warned Border Patrol agents might deceive them, and ones that were written in numerous languages other than English had already all been handed out for the day.

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The fliers also instruct the migrants to travel to the San Diego airport to sleep if they cannot find other shelter.

Jacumba is located about 20 miles east of San Diego.

Melugin’s video comes days after other reported foreign nationals were seen coming into the country illegally by boat into San Diego.

Customs and Border Protection agents reportedly apprehended 1,100 people in the San Diego area on Sunday.

The majority of those who entered the country were adults traveling alone while almost 200 of them were from China and Turkey.


This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.

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