South Texas County Flirting With Bankruptcy — Due to the Cost of Burying Dead Illegal Immigrants

Burying Dead Illegal Immigrants
WOAI News Radio — Brooks County, southwest of Corpus Christi, may become the first county ever in Texas to file for bankruptcy.

But the problems facing the Brush Country county of 7000 people, which is largely made up of flat, arid prairie with a horizon line occasionally broken by the occasional Mesquite tree, are not due to the issues which have brought down other struggling counties across the country.

Unlike California Counties, Brooks did not pay exorbitant salaries and retirement benefits to unionized public employees. Unlike Detroit, Brooks County was not undone by the troubles of a major industry.

Brooks County is being brought to its knees by the cost of burying bodies.

For the last two decades, Brooks County has been at ground zero of the nation’s immigration wars…

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