Border Patrol Chief: 5,800 ‘Fake Families’ Discovered at the Border

‘It’s a challenge’

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JOHNSON: "We talked — I asked a question earlier about DNA testing that the — the few pilots or the few tests we've had show what percentage of people coming in that we determine are fathers or the family. Do we have — do you have any sense for that right now?"
MORGAN: "Don't have the overall percentage, but we do have the numbers. Right now Border Patrol – 5,800. And HSI, part of ICE, they've identified hundreds since their pilot program of pushing agents forward."

(Via PJ Media)

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