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A human smuggler (first from the right) was caught by a camera the moment he approached a group of undocumented immigrants on their way to the Mexico-US. before he robbed a male migrant

Coyote ugly! Terrifying moment illegal immigrants are being shot at by a trader who then gives directions to the Mexico-US. border

  • Video footage shows that an undocumented migrant is robbed by an armed trafficker in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico
  • Four adults and five children walked along a rock-filled passage that connected the northern state of Chihuahua and El Paso, Texas
  • The & # 39; coyote & # 39 ;, a Spanish term for human smuggler, took out his gun and went through a man's pocket before taking his wallet
  • After he finished robbing the migrant, the suspect showed them the best way to reach the border with the United States
  • Mexican news broadcasts say migrants pay around $ 260 to the smugglers for the best route to reach the border, but they are usually robbed
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A video has emerged of undocumented migrants being attacked by the same traffickers and then helping them to cross the Mexico-US. border.

The shocking images show the moment when a & # 39; pollero & # 39; or & # 39; coyote & # 39 ;, a Spanish term for smuggler, a group of migrants, including five children, stopped on a rock-filled passage in Chihuahua, Mexico.

With his gun pulled, the suspect plucked the pockets of a man while the frightened women and children stood side by side.

A human smuggler (first from the right) was caught by a camera the moment he approached a group of undocumented immigrants on their way to the Mexico-US. before he robbed a male migrant

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A human smuggler (first from the right) was caught by a camera the moment he approached a group of undocumented immigrants on their way to the Mexico-US. before he robbed a male migrant

The & # 39; coyote & # 39; (pictured with a black hat and gray sweater), a Spanish term for smuggler, goes through the pocket of a male migrant in Ciudad Juarez, a city in the Mexican state of Chihuahua

The & # 39; coyote & # 39; (pictured with a black hat and gray sweater), a Spanish term for smuggler, goes through the pocket of a male migrant in Ciudad Juarez, a city in the Mexican state of Chihuahua

The & # 39; coyote & # 39; (pictured with a black hat and gray sweater), a Spanish term for smuggler, goes through the pocket of a male migrant in Ciudad Juarez, a city in the Mexican state of Chihuahua

The & # 39; pollero & # 39; then took the migrant's wallet just a few meters away from the surveillance cameras that monitor the area in Ciudad Juarez.

Then the man sniffed through their bags.

Pleased with what he had stolen, the smuggler then shockedly provided his expertise in the travel guide by pointing the group in the direction in which they should continue their journey.

The suspect suspect removed the wallet from the man, while the other migrants were in shock

The suspect suspect removed the wallet from the man, while the other migrants were in shock

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The suspect suspect removed the wallet from the man, while the other migrants were in shock

After being robbed, the migrants continue their journey to the border with the South American border

After being robbed, the migrants continue their journey to the border with the South American border

After being robbed, the migrants continue their journey to the border with the South American border

According to Mexican stores, migrants pay 5,000 pesos, approximately $ 260, to the & # 39; coyotes & # 39; to offer them the best route to cross the border via the Rio Grande.

After reaching US territory, undocumented immigrants would voluntarily sign up with Border Patrol agents in El Paso, Texas.

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But just like victims in the video, they run the risk of losing their valuables to the threatening human traffickers who operate in the open air.

Security cameras are mounted on top of lampposts along a passage in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, where migrants often travel to the United States

Security cameras are mounted on top of lampposts along a passage in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, where migrants often travel to the United States

Security cameras are mounted on top of lampposts along a passage in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, where migrants often travel to the United States

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