MURRIETA, Ca, July 10, 2014 — New information on the potential of a disease epidemic caused by the flood of immigrants crossing the border is raising renewed concerns about that mass influx.
Communities Digital News has been providing ongoing coverage of the national security crisis at our border with Mexico and the surge of illegal border crossings – and now, there is a report from an un-named source within the U.S. Border Patrol, on the growing threat of a disease epidemic that if confirmed, will be a sobering wake up call.
Jeff Schwilk, Border and Immigration Security Analyst with San Diegans for Secure Borders Coalition received details from a “senior border patrol source in the San Diego Sector” that indicate a level of infection exists among the approximately 420 Central American migrants who were on the first 3 flights into San Diego of a magnitude that exceeds everything the mass media has alluded to.
- 100+ Number that have been diagnosed with scabies.
- Multiple children had fevers
- Several children coughing up blood with fevers (suspected TB)
- Unconfirmed possible cases of H1N1
- 5 BP agents now diagnosed with scabies from processing the aliens; other agents have also been exposed and possibly infected.
Mr. Schwilk’s source comments:
“They are just reinfesting them over and over. They treat them and immediately put them in the decontaminated cells which is terrible. Also bottles aren’t being sanitized, blankets are being shared, it’s bad. The people from the first 2 planes are long gone. They don’t care at all. They are just releasing them. No relief in sight. Rumor is they will be increasing the number of flights into San Diego”.
Mr. Schwilk indicates that he will be providing more intel on this and other situations as they are divulged to him.
Could this information be unreliable? Pure rumor? It’s possible. But together with what is known from epidemiologists who have been tracking the increase and spread of such diseases in Latin and Central America, including Mexico, it’s not highly improbable. And the source for this intel is the same source believed to have alerted local groups and the City of Murrieta, at least two weeks before the Border Patrol actually admitted to local authorities of the plan to route border detainees to Murrieta.
Additionally it is known from other independent sources that the federal government is taking special pains to intimidate health care workers from discussing the facts concerning the national health threat America is facing.
Todd Starnes of Fox News reported that:
A government-contracted security force threatened to arrest doctors and nurses if they divulged any information about the contagion threat at a refugee camp housing illegal alien children at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas, sources say. In spite of the threat, several former camp workers broke their confidentiality agreements and shared exclusive details with me about the dangerous conditions at the camp.
They said taxpayers deserve to know about the contagious diseases and the risks the children pose to Americans. I have agreed to not to disclose their identities because they fear retaliation and prosecution. My sources say Americans should be very concerned about the secrecy of the government camps.
As more information regarding the health risks become available, Communities Digital News will review and report them here.
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