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Dry foot! Slaves from Castrogonia make it to Texas

CCParkPolice2

These rafters made it.

All the way from the southern reaches of Cuba to Texas.  Over one thousand miles.

So many try, so few actually make it.

And now, after they arrive, these "refugees" can no longer bring back tons of stuff form the USA for their relatives!

Those Grinches in Havana don't want the black market flooded with consumer goods.

So maybe, pretty soon, these guys will feel a bit crestfallen.  Freedom is no longer their main goal.  Supplying their enslaved relatives with stuff seems more important.

But you've got to hand it to these guys.  This was no Diana Nyad escapade.

From Breitbart:

Cuban "migrants" wash up on Texas beach

McALLEN, Texas — Authorities in Cameron County are used to encountering illegal immigrants, however on Labor Day they made an unusual find when a group of Cuban immigrants arrived at South Padre Island after a 1,200 mile voyage.

The six men originally from the island of Nueva Gerona, just south of Cuba, washed ashore, just north of the tourist area, sometime early Monday morning. The area is under the watch of the Cameron County Park Police, said Police Chief Horacio Zamora.

“A person driving north on the beach saw their boat on the shore,” Zamora said. “He took pictures of the boat and continued driving north. As he was driving north he ran into the group and helped them.”

The Good Samaritan took the immigrants into the police station where Zamora’s officers checked them out before turning them over to U.S. Customs and Border Protection for processing.

Whole story HERE.

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