I have no problem with that. However, this should be based upon a calm, orderly presentation to one of the ports of entry. As the process is supposed to work. And while illegal entry into the country has no bearing on the application process, a mad rush toward the border is only going to be met with resistance.
Again, I agree with this, once they have presented to the port of entry, and made their application for asylum. While they remain on the Mexican side of the border, shouldn't the Mexican government have some responsibility in providing care? Especially considering that they allowed entry and passage of the caravan?
Which international law did we violate?
As they were all reported to have been wearing helmets and body armor, as well as carrying protective shields, I agree that the risk of personal injury was slight. However, it was also a matter of protecting the border. Would you agree that the U.S. has the right to protect their border, and control how immigrants enter?
This is a good question, especially considering that this is not the first caravan to approach the border.