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Offline rangerrebew

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    ‘Stash Houses’ Keep Law Enforcement Busy as Illegals Hide in Texas Towns

    Residential homes in border towns are becoming hideouts for those who have unlawfully entered the U.S.

    28 Jun 2018 at 9:05 PM

    More and more illegal immigrants are evading deportation and arrest by hiding out in American neighborhoods near the U.S.-Mexican border.

    Concealing themselves near law-abiding Americans who work hard to raise good families, these illegals are stressing law enforcement resources and endangering communities — endangering themselves, too, often going without necessities, like adequate food and water.

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I think the penalty for harboring them should be similar to the one the Israelis use for the families of terrorists:
Go in with a bulldozer and knock the house down.

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