UPDATE: Buses Not headed to Murrieta:
Murrieta Patriots standing their ground MURRIETA — Demonstrators opposed to illegal immigration stood their ground again at the Murrieta Border Patrol station on Monday, where U.S. Border Patrol had been scheduled to transfer a third round of buses, with approximately 140 illegal aliens aboard in total, transferred from overcrowded Texas detention facilities.
For a third time, the buses were rerouted to the San Ysidro, California Border Patrol station, near the U.S.-Mexico border, for processing. The demonstrators gathered in areas to the north and south of the Murrieta station after law enforcement blocked off the road near the station itself. Many told Breitbart News they considered their stand a success, since buses scheduled for Murrieta are avoiding it as long as demonstrators remain. ( read more)
HOUSTON, Texas–Breitbart Texas has learned that a plane full of illegal immigrants from South Texas have just landed in San Diego. They will likely be bused to a facility in Murrieta, California, where furious citizens assert that their town is no place for the migrants.
A source on the ground provided Breitbart Texas with a photo of a Department of Homeland Security bus spotted heading to the San Diego airport.
CBS reported that the migrants are expected to arrive in Murrieta “just after 10 a.m.” PST.
John Henry, a Murrieta resident since 1991, told Breitbart Texas that it takes about an hour to get from San Diego to Murrieta by car.
On Sunday Breitbart Texas broke the news that federal agents plan to bring riot gear and shields to the town on Monday to ensure that citizen protesters do not block the bus from delivering the migrants to the facility. It is unclear at this time how many illegal immigrants will ultimately arrive. (read more)
[…] In anticipation of riot gear being used against them, the protesters are ready to “be detained or arrested,” according to a widely-circulated flier obtained by Breitbart Texas. The flier told protesters to be prepared with: “several pairs of vinyl gloves [which] protect against blood and pepper spray”; “heavy clothing to deflect rubber bullets”; and a “legal aid number written in permanent marker on both arms.”
It also cautioned the crowd to “bring a small first aid kit but leave anything that can be viewed as a weapon (scissors, blades, etc.).” (story continues)