Illegal immigrants in the U.S. hoping to avoid capture are getting help from an unlikely source — the U.S. Border Patrol.
The Department of Homeland Security limits where agents can go, with a list of areas that are off-limits without a supervisor’s approval — and the “sensitive locations policy” is right there on the department’s website, should illegal immigrants want to know where to seek refuge.
Some of the restricted areas can be seen below and even includes protests, which may help explain the “Undocumented and Unafraid!” signs frequently seen at immigration protests.
Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu appeared on Fox News and pointed right at the White House for the “absolute lawlessness.”
“This continues the march of President Obama for absolute lawlessness,” Babeu said Tuesday. “Not only is there a lack of enforcement or consequences for breaking [immigration] law, now he’s provided actual sanctuaries throughout the entire country, not just cities, of no-go places for us in law enforcement to enforce the law.”
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