A Honduran national traveling with the migrant caravan that is headed toward the U.S. border admitted to a Fox News reporter this week that he fled his country after he "got in trouble" for "attempted murder."
Fox News' Griff Jenkins, using a translator, interviewed a man named Jose, who admitted that he had a "third-degree felony" for "attempted murder."
"In my country, Honduras, I got in trouble," Jose said.
"Can you ask him exactly what happened?" Jenkins asked the translator.
After asking Jose and receiving his response, the translator said: "a third-degree felony ... attempted murder."
Last week, Fox News interviewed another migrant in the caravan who said of the caravan: "Criminals are everywhere."
"It’s criminals in here. It is," the man said. "But it is not that many. It is good people here trying to get through Mexico and then get to the United States. It doesn’t mean that everybody is a criminal."