Migrants placed in the Remain in Mexico program under Trump languish in uncertainty, after circumstances force them to miss court.
Date: March 28th, 2022
In south Texas’ Kenedy County, just two sheriff’s deputies per shift are assigned to patrol a region of nearly 2,000 square miles at any given time. And that’s on a good day.
A captain with the department tells KENS 5 that isn’t enough to deal with the number of suspected migrants dying in Kenedy County fields.