Two years ago, Isaac was part migrants group from Latin America who followed a smuggler to cross the U.S. border. The guy lost his parents and tried to escape from violence in his homeland to America, where his aunt and uncle lived. After 10 minutes as the migrants resettled the border, they were captured by a group of smugglers, who requested ransom from their U.S. relatives.
An attorney at American Gateways said "They beat migrants and even threatened them."
Today, Painter who protects Isaac from deportation said "This case is an excellent example of human trafficking. Hundreds and even thousands of migrants and Americans become victims of smugglers, who use sexual and physical violence. We have enough information about the groups that are carried out by Mexico and the USA."
High-ranking officials argue that the wall on the border with Mexico will not help to solve this problem, on the contrary, it may complicate the situation, since specialists will not be able to provide assistance to victims of trafficking.
Painter also said, "What is the role of this wall? Yes, it can reduce the number of migrants who cross the U.S. border illegally, but this is not the biggest problem for now."
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