Cabrera said, “Some of these young gang member kids coming in, and there’s no criminal history in the United States. We’re releasing them out the door and more and more it is frustrating.”
“Even if they’re admitted gang members. We had a couple admitted to murders in their home country. They were 16-, 17-years old and the United States government thought fit to release them to their parents who are here in the United States.” he added.
Cabrera concluded, “They found a loophole with the unaccompanied women and children. We don’t have anywhere to house these women and children and if the child has no family back in his home country or claims he doesn’t, we have to release him to a parent who is here, and that’s where the loophole is, even if he is a confirmed gang member or criminal, even by self-admission, we for some reason don’t send them back, we release them into our country.”