Tuesday, July 14, 2020

Using Facebook, "Polleros" [coyotes] offer safe crossings into the U.S.

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat  PuenteLibre

Using Facebook, alleged polleros are offering,  secure illegal crossings according to their posts.


The publications assure that people will be crossed through the borders of Ciudad Juárez and Tijuana, the publication was accompanied by photographs along the border between the two countries.

The profile of “Francisco Reyes” wrote: “People cross to the USA through Ciudad Juárez and Tijuana. 

"Good afternoon people crossing to the USA and only people really interested in the trip it's 100% safe, info. inbox ”(sic).

Until now, the veracity of the publications found on Facebook groups in other states of the country is unknown.

24 comments:

  1. Chivis I was wondering if you know if their facebook account has been taken down yet or not. Im trying to find it but there are alot of francisco reyes on there

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  2. Can you block ir delete that kast comment i dont really want my email up.

    Chivis do you know if their facebook account has been taken down yet or not?

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    1. the email only shows to you, no one else not even me.
      I have no clue if is still up

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  3. me cruzaron x laredo abajo del camarote de un trailer cargado de lavadoras para florida , mientras no le pongan dedo al trokero el cruza lo ke kiera.

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    1. Y como le hacemos y un compa paga 10

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    2. Y por quien pregunto?

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    3. Pregunta por juan el pingüino

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  4. Esto no es nada extraño. Ya tienen tiempo promocionando sus jales. Pero donde más seguido se ves en el mentado Whatsapp. Allí se topa uno con un poco de todo. No más es cuestión de que uno se agrega a los grupos.
    - Sol Prendido

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  5. So much for "Build the wall". Lol

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    1. All the more reason to build that F'ing wall!

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    2. 3:26 ya pa que...
      ya estamos aquí, y no nos vamos y aquí nos quedamos, y si nos corren nos regresamos...

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    3. What's wrong 3:26? You don't like cheap labor? The companies you buy from sure do!

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  6. Te cruzaro arriba del kamote

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    1. Uuuuuhhffffff..... No mames 😂😂

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  7. I always wondered why Coyotes were called Polleros. I wonder if it has to do with them eating the chickens of farmers, in the past lol

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    1. You ever seen chicks follow the mom?

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    2. Cant explain it better thank you

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  8. more likely they know that theres no migrant crossing through there turf. so now there posting on social media to cross safely on there turf. its like pay to cross n desert heat take cares of rest.

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  9. My cousin was a coyote in the 90s he’s much older than me but he lived an interesting life. Crossing the border was much easier than now. He retired and is a simple worker now.

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    1. 11:15 After 2001 everything became difficult

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    2. Yea in the 90s Mario el plateado was the boss
      In Tijuana he would cross hundreds of people at a time

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  10. right now its easy you dont even have to take off the mask 🤦‍♂️

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  11. I thought about creating a website to put together migrants and Coyotes. Have a review system for the Coyotes. At least it's a way for people to find the safer Coyotes.

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  12. I crossed thru NACO this nice guys Gamaliel and Morris knew what they where doing, yo les doy 5 strellas en yelp

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