Hundreds of Drugged Migrants Found in Abandoned Trailer In Mexico

Mexican authorities blocked more than 500 migrants last weekend from being transported to the US including more than 200 who were found forcibly drugged inside an abandoned trailer.

The Central American migrants, who’d been drugged by human smugglers and locked in airtight compartments, were dicovered on Saturday night in the city of Cardel in the state of Veracruz.

InfoWars reports: Officers inspecting a cargo trailer left on a roadside located 206 foreign nationals suffering from dehydration and heat exhaustion, according to the Instituto Nacional de Migraci贸n (INM).

The migrants said they had been given drugs to inhibit their need to go to the bathroom before the journey.

The trailer had been modified to accommodate a ‘second story’ inside and the interior was lined with materials designed to thwart x-ray detection.

“According to the official count of the National Institute of Migration, it was confirmed that 132 migrants were traveling in family nuclei and were originally from Guatemala; as well as three more families with 12 people from Honduras, for a total of 144 Central Americans,” INM explained in a press release.

“Similarly, 39 adults traveling alone were identified, including four women and 35 men, as well as 20 minors (15 boys and five girls), of Guatemalan nationality; in addition to three adults from Honduras, for a total of 62 foreigners.”

The driver was not located and control of the vehicle was assumed the Mexican government.

In the days prior, 303 migrants were apprehended in Mexico under similar circumstances during two separate incidents.

Authorities in Mexico and the U.S. frequently find trailers packed with migrants, some of whom don’t survive the perilous journey.

Last summer, 53 migrants perished inside a tractor-trailer that was abandoned in Texas.

(Article by Niamh Harris republished from ThePeoplesVoice.tv)

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