Deadly fire at Mexican migrant shelter: 'Guards saw smoke but walked away'
Guards Seen Walking Away From Burning Mexico Migrant Centre: Report
Video surveillance footage on Tuesday appeared to show guards leaving as flames engulfed an immigration detention center in northern Mexico where dozens of migrants died in a fire. The 32-second video was broadcast by several media and authenticated by a government minister following the blaze that broke out late Monday in Ciudad Juarez on the border with the United States. In the background, flames spew out increasingly thick gray then black sm…
Migrants start fire at Mexico detention center, killing 40
Migrants fearing deportation set mattresses ablaze at an immigration detention center in northern Mexico, starting a fire that killed at least 40 people. That's according to the Mexican president. It
Mexican migration center guards seen walking away from fire: Surveillance video
Surveillance video from a migrant detention center in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, appears to show guards exiting the facility as immigrants remained locked behind bars while a fire engulfed the building.
Homicide probe on as anger rises after video of Mexico fire that killed 38 released
Mexico authorities are conducting a homicide probe against eight officials who appeared not to have acted when a fire hit a migrant detention centre, leading to the deaths of 38 people. The video of the incident has gone viral, causing a lot of anger in the country. The surveillance footage of the incident suggests that as the migrants placed mattresses against their detention cell and set them on fire, the guards did not attempt to get them out