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Contrary to what AOC says, here's why CBP and ICE detained an alleged American citizen for 3 weeks


Added 07-23-19 07:30:03am EST - “Hint: It's his mom's fault.” - Twitchy.com

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Posted By TheNewsCommenter: From Twitchy.com: “AOC lashes out at CBP over report that an alleged American citizen detained for 3 weeks”. Below is an excerpt from the article.

Meet Francisco Erwin Galicia, 18, allegedly born in Dallas, who you’ll be hearing a lot about today as he’s been in detention for the past three weeks after he and his Mexico-born brother were picked up at a checkpoint in south Texas: A Dallas-born citizen picked up by the Border Patrol has been detained for three weeks https://t.co/25s4WNf89N — Ken Dilanian (@KenDilanianNBC) July 23, 2019

A Dallas-born citizen picked up by the Border Patrol has been detained for three weeks https://t.co/25s4WNf89N

From the Dallas Morning News: Galicia was traveling with his 17-year-old brother Marlon Galicia and a group of friends from Edinburg where they live to Ranger College in North Texas for a soccer scouting event when they came upon a CBP checkpoint, said Sanjuana Galicia, his mother. It was about 8 p.m. Marlon, who was born in Mexico and lacked legal status, had only been through a border checkpoint on school trips and had never been pressed to provide travel documents. But this time was different, Marlon said. He had only a school ID. His brother was carrying only his Texas ID, which can only be obtained with a Social Security number.

Galicia was traveling with his 17-year-old brother Marlon Galicia and a group of friends from Edinburg where they live to Ranger College in North Texas for a soccer scouting event when they came upon a CBP checkpoint, said Sanjuana Galicia, his mother.

It was about 8 p.m. Marlon, who was born in Mexico and lacked legal status, had only been through a border checkpoint on school trips and had never been pressed to provide travel documents.

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