Murrieta Border Patrol Using Skype To Process Illegal Aliens
MURRIETA -- Murrieta Border Patrol agents have begun using online communication services, including Skype, to continue to process illegal aliens held in Texas detention centers.
Border Patrol sources told KFI Radio's Steven Gregory that Murrieta agents can process up to 25 people per shift, depending on the amount of staff in the Texas facilities. It is not immediately known if the station's shift in processing practices can be attributed to the protesters outside the Murrieta Border Patrol Station, who have succeeded in rerouting three rounds of buses full of illegal aliens to other facilities.
On Thursday, illegal aliens, all of them women and children, were transported to two San Bernardino-area churches; the St. Josephs's Catholic Church in Fontana, and the St. Catherine of Siena Parish in Rialto. The church has apparently provided "travel cash," food, and bus tickets for those immigrants taking long bus trips throughout the country.
"We were told that this would be going on through the month of July, but we are prepared to serve for however long we need to," Catholic Diocese of San Bernardino spokesman John Andrews told NBC Los Angeles.