Transborder Immigrant Tool


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Faculty at University of California, San Diego are developing a GPS-enabled cellphone that tells dehydrated migrants where to find water and pipes in poetry from phone speakers

Son of a ....

Some worry the software could lead migrants to damaged or abandoned water stations. Others wonder if it would lull them into a false sense of security or alert the Border Patrol and anti-illegal immigration activists to their whereabouts.

Oh wait a minute now, High Five!

Luis Jimenez, 47, was abandoned by smugglers and rescued by the Border Patrol twice this year — once after hitting his head on a rock and again after being bit by a snake. The Salvadoran migrant, who hopes to reach family in Los Angeles, would try the GPS device but can't afford one.

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"or alert the Border Patrol and anti-illegal immigration activists to their whereabouts."

Wouldn't that be a law abiding citizen being diligent, on the look out for terrorists, and law breakers?

Nice label, typical of the PC left.

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