NYC mayor Eric Adams goes into hiding after 31 illegals found living in 1 house, accused of human trafficking

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NEW CITY − At least 31 people, including children, were discovered crammed into a 1,500-square-foot home in Clarkstown, local officials announced Monday. The residents were all recent migrants from Ecuador who had crossed at the southern border only recently.

Clarkstown Supervisor George Hoehmann likened the site to a flophouse.

“This is a national security crisis and a humanitarian crisis,” Hoehmann said as he explained the dangerous conditions in the home revealed by building code and law enforcement officers.

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“Children residing in the garage, attic, unfinished basement,” Hoehmann said. “Mattress upon mattress.”

Tenants told officials more were coming, Hoehmann said, with “more than 10 illegal immigrants arriving this week.” It appeared to be, the supervisor added, part of some sort of organized chain of migrant housing.

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But, Hoehmann said, law enforcement didn’t yet know who was behind it.

NYC mayor calls accusations ‘lies’

The speculation, courtesy of Rockland County Executive Ed Day and U.S. Rep. Mike Lawler, fellow Republicans: That New York City Mayor Eric Adams was somehow involved. Day called it “human trafficking.”


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