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Homeland Security Secretary warns migrants of dangerous border trips after smuggling kills 53 people

(CNN)Secretary of Land Security Alejandro Mayorkas told immigrants on Sunday, "Going on a dangerous journey. Don't do it. " Last week,53 immigrants tried to cross the US-Mexico border afterdied in a sultry semi-track in San Antonio, Texas. This is called the worst human smuggling case in US history.

"We have repeatedly said that we continue to warn people not to embark on dangerous journeys," Mallorcus told CBS News in an interview. "We saw one of the tragic consequences of that dangerous journey in San Antonio, Texas, very tragically, and many people fall into the hands of exploitative smugglers. Not even. "

An immigrant was found on Monday after an employee in a nearby building heard a cry for help. According to San Antonio authorities, more than 12 people were found living in tractor trailers and hospitalized with heat-related conditions. So far, at least4 people have been billed.

Mallorcus discusses details of the tragic case, including a claim by Texas Democratic Party lawmaker Henry Cuera that trucks "passed" a checkpoint in Lared, Texas due to traffic problems. Rejected.

"I think the facts are still under investigation. This is a criminal case. I won't go into details. These facts will be pulled out in court as the prosecution progresses," Mallorcus told ABC. Told. News in another interview on Sunday.

The tragedy in San Antonio follows the start of"unprecedented" operationsby US federal authorities on the border between the United States and Mexico.
"It is shameful to exploit vulnerable individuals for the benefit, as is the political grandeur of tragedy. My administration is that human smugglers and traffickers are in the United States. We will continue to do everything possible to prevent the use of people who are trying to enter the country. Between the places of entry. " In a statementin response to the death of an immigrant last week, President Joe Byden said.

End of "Stay in Mexico" Policy

Sunday Mallorcus also has a recent U.S.Supreme Court to allow the end of the Byden administration. Praised the decision. The controversial Trump era "stay in Mexico" policytells ABC News that this policy is "defective and causes unjust human tragedy."

In the 2019 program, officially known as the Immigration Protection Protocol, certain non-Mexico immigrants who entered the United States instead of being detained or released to the United States during immigration. It was sent back to Mexico. The minutes have been executed.

Officials at the time said they would prevent immigrants from using the immigration system in a safe manner, but immigration advocacy groups said that while asylum seekers passed through U.S. courts, Mexico. He said he would force him to wait. Put vulnerable people in a more dangerous situation.

Byden's bid to end the program remains pending, but Thursday's ruling suggested that the order should be lifted soon.

"You have to wait until the Supreme Court's decision is actually communicated to the lower court, the Federal District Court in the Northern District of Texas. If that happens, the district court is blocking the injunction. You need to unlock it. You can't exit the program. " "So we have to wait a few weeks for that procedural step to be taken."

Regarding CBS, Mallorcus said that the United States is "our legal responsibility." "We will continue to enforce the Immigration Act," he added, adding that immigrants from San Antonio "received false information from smugglers (and) took their lives." Saving lives by the hands of these exploitative organizations, these criminal organizations, who don't care about their lives and just try to make a profit.

The secretary opposed Republican criticism that immigrants arrested at the border would be released to the United States, and asylum seekers were "put in immigration law enforcement proceedings" to the CBS. .. It was quickly removed from the United States.

Meanwhile, Mallorcus said last month's Roe v of the US Supreme Court. The ruling overturning Wade stated that it "really heightened the threat environment" surrounding the court, and his division was "Supreme Court and Justice."

"We, the Department of Land Security, for that purpose. We have staffed in, "he said. "We do not tolerate violence. If people do not respect the freedom to protest peacefully and instead violate the laws of our country and the states within it, law enforcement agencies will respond to the act of violence. "