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R.L. News => General News => American News => Topic started by: Rev.Dibbs on 21 May 2019 at 01:04

Title: U.S. Illegal Alien Crime
Post by: Private on 21 May 2019 at 01:04
Our politicians say our illegal mud problem is a good thing. They're only here to do the jobs we don't want to do.  What a crock of sh!t.


Alleged serial killer, a Kenyan man in the US illegally, is charged in multiple Dallas-area deaths

 By Frank Miles | Fox News

A Kenyan man living in the U.S. illegally has been charged by Texas prosecutors with killing 11 more elderly women, whose jewelry and other valuables he stole, authorities said Thursday.

Billy Chemirmir, 46, was indicted Tuesday on multiple counts of capital murder in the deaths of the women, 76 to 94 years old, according to Dallas County District Attorney's Office spokeswoman Kim Leach.

The suspect was initially arrested in March 2018 in connection with the death of 81-year-old Dallas woman Lu Thi Harris, making for a total of 12 alleged victims.

The Dallas Morning News reported that Chemirmir also faces five charges of capital murder in Collin County, but the county district clerk’s office declined to release any information Thursday and a spokesman for the district attorney’s office didn’t reply to messages seeking information. Court records in Collin County indicate that Chemirmir is charged with two counts of attempted capital murder in connection with similar attacks there.

In addition to the murder charges, Chemirmir is being held on a charge of being in the country illegally.

Chemirmir’s attorney, Phillip Hayes, said Thursday that this week’s charges were a surprise and that he hadn’t yet had time to review them.

But he noted that Chemirmir “has denied it since Day 1” that he played any role in Harris’ death. “They have circumstantial evidence that puts him in the area but that’s as far as the evidence goes,” Hayes said.

Fox 4 reported that the break in the case came when Chemirmir forced his way into the Plano apartment of a 91-year-old woman in March of last year, telling her to “go to bed. Don’t fight me,” according to an arrest affidavit filed in Collin County. The woman was smothered with a pillow into unconsciousness and robbed.

However, paramedics revived her and she told investigators that her attacker had stolen a box containing her jewelry. Police identified Chemirmir from a license plate number and were able to find and tail him days later, when they watched him throw a jewelry box into a trash bin. They traced the box to Harris, according to the affidavit.

Plano police Chief Gregory Rushin said at the time that Chemirmir used his health care experience “to his advantage in targeting and exploiting seniors, some of the most vulnerable people in our community.”

Police said then that investigators were reviewing about 750 unattended deaths of elderly women for possible links.
Title: Re: U.S. Illegal Alien Crime
Post by: Private on 24 May 2019 at 15:25
More illegal mud races causing havoc in our communities. Luckily this time they killed another mud.


3 teens charged in MS-13 killing of 14-year-old girl used machete, baseball bat, police say

By: Crystal Bonvillian, Cox Media Group National Content Desk
Updated: May 17, 2019 - 4:59 PM

3 teens charged in MS-13 killing of 14-year-old girl used machete, baseball bat, police say


Three Maryland teenagers have been charged as adults in the brutal slaying of a 14-year-old girl who police said may have planned to go to authorities about a crime she and the suspects committed last month.

Josue Fuentes-Ponce, 16, of Bladensburg, Joel Escobar, 17, of Northeast Washington, D.C., and Cynthia Hernandez-Nucamendi, 14, of Lothian, are each charged with first-degree murder in the death of Ariana Funes-Diaz. Funes-Diaz’s body was found Wednesday in a creek in Riverdale, about eight miles northeast of Washington, D.C.

An autopsy conducted Thursday found that Funes-Diaz died of blunt force trauma, according to officialswith the Prince George’s County Police Department. 

Funes-Diaz was reported missing from Anne Arundel County on or around April 18, along with Hernandez. The two girls were considered “critical missing juveniles.”

Anne Arundel County authorities said the teens were seen in the Washington, D.C., after they were reported missing and were believed to be in D.C. or Prince George’s County. 

Maj. Brian Reilly, commander of Prince George’s County’s Criminal Investigations Division, said Thursday during a news conference that the department’s gang unit got a tip Monday about a possible murder back in April in which the victim was dumped in a wooded area of Riverdale. Investigators from Prince George’s County, along with agents from the FBI and the U.S. Attorney’s Office, searched the woods in the 6300 block of 64th Avenue. 

“We ultimately found our murder victim there, in the creek,” Reilly said. 

The investigation into the slaying indicated it was gang-related, the major said. Fuentes-Ponce and Escobar are both believed to be members of the MS-13 street gang. 

“Interviews in this case revealed that our three suspects, along with our murder victim, were involved in a previous crime that occurred on April 17 in Washington, D.C.,” Reilly said. 

The teens allegedly turned on Funes-Diaz out of fear she was going to go to police about the crime they had committed in D.C., Reilly said. He declined to go into detail of what that crime was. 

The trio of suspects, along with a fourth, unidentified person, drove Funes-Diaz to an apartment complex in Riverdale and walked her to a wooded area behind the complex, where they attacked her with a machete and baseball bat. 

Funes-Diaz died of her injuries, Reilly said.
Title: Re: U.S. Illegal Alien Crime
Post by: Private on 24 May 2019 at 22:21
Another illegal degenerate mud race that the propaganda media barely reports. But what else should we expect. We all know that they can't disrupt their all immigrants legal/illegal (if their skin is darker than yours) are  better than you narrative.


immigrant attempts to kidnap Burien girl

MAY 21, 2019 AT 3:53 PM

Burien. (Michael Allen Smith, Flickr)

Burien used to be a cute little suburban town. Now you have gang activity, teenagers getting murdered, killers on the loose, and stray bullets hitting working people at their desks.

What is the latest out of Burien? As The Seattle Times reported, prosecutors have charged a Burien man with luring and second-degree assault, after he allegedly tried to force a 14-year-old girl into his pickup truck.

The suspect is 51-year-old Esequiel Medina-Vasquez. Any guesses as to his citizenship status? Yep, he is an illegal immigrant.

Medina-Vasquez has been deported twice before, in 2007 and 2014. He was also arrested in 2017 for coming into the country illegally, but clearly he didn’t get sent back to Mexico. He was allowed back on the streets, where he was able to attempt a sexual assault against a 14-year-old girl.

Remember what Jay Inslee tells us about people like Esequiel Medina-Vasquez? These people are “pillars of our communities.”

We have the most lax laws. We are attracting drug vagrants, and we are attracting illegal immigrants. We are seeing the ramifications of it on the streets with all of the women who are being sexually assaulted, from the woman at the Ballard car dealership to Kelly Herron at Golden Gardens, to this teenage girl in Burien.

Washington is the best place to be if you’re an illegal immigrant. We’ve got sanctuary everything and a governor who tells you you’re a pillar of the community when you come into this country illegally and commit crimes. What a great place to come and abduct 14-year-old girls.

When will the madness stop?
Title: Re: U.S. Illegal Alien Crime
Post by: Private on 16 August 2019 at 13:13
This must be one of those illegal muds that, our enemies are constantly trying to convince us, is contributing to the greatness of our country.


Illegal immigrants arrested in Michigan include thrice-deported drug dealer

By Bradford Betz | Fox News.

Ten illegal immigrants, including a man previously convicted of drug charges, were arrested by Border Patrol agents in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan on Monday, according to reports.

The arrests came after agents in Munising stopped a van, mlive.com reported. The driver and nine passengers admitted they were in the U.S. illegally and were taken to the Border Patrol station in Sault Ste. Marie.

Border Patrol agents say they arrested 10 illegal immigrants on Monday.  (Twitter/@CBP)

The agents discovered during processing that four of those men had been removed from the U.S. One of them, Jose Bernal-Medeles of Mexico, was convicted of drug charges in both Minnesota and Wisconsin and had been deported three times, WWJ reported.

“Today the men and women of the United States Border Patrol made Munising safer by removing a convicted illegal alien drug dealer and nine others from the streets,” said Sault Ste. Marie Acting Patrol Agent in Charge Andrew Halonen.
Title: Re: U.S. Illegal Alien Crime
Post by: Private on 17 August 2019 at 19:19

ICE arrests illegal immigrant accused of rape 2 months after he was released on bond

By Robert Gearty | Fox News

A North Carolina sheriff has been accused by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials of ignoring an ICE detainer in the case of an illegal immigrant who was captured this month -- two months after he was released on bond in a rape case.

“By releasing a previously deported alien facing serious criminal charges, Mecklenburg County chose to release a serious public safety threat onto the streets of Charlotte where he was free to potentially harm others for nearly two months until his capture by ICE," the agency officials said Friday.

Charlotte police arrested Oscar Pacheco-Leonardo June 14 on rape and indecent liberties with a minor charges. Online records show Pacheco-Leonardo was accused of having sex with a child under the age of 13. He was due back in court in October.

ICE said it issued a detainer the next day but it wasn’t honored and the 33-year-old Honduran national was released June 16 by the Mecklenburg County Sheriff’s Office. The immigration enforcement agency said Pacheco-Leonardo reentered the U.S. illegally after being deported in 2006.

“This arrest is simply the latest in a continuing list of unlawfully present foreign nationals released from Mecklenburg County custody over the past nine months despite serious criminal charges that pose a clear threat to public safety,” ICE said.

ICE said the 48-hour detainer could have given the agency time to take custody of Pacheco-Leonardo to deport him.

Mecklenburg County Sheriff Garry McFadden defended himself Friday at a news conference in which he took no questions, Fox 46 Charlotte reported.

McFadden said Pacheco-Leonardo was released after he put up $100,000 in bond set by a Mecklenburg judge in the rape case.

The sheriff said ICE could have sought a criminal arrest warrant for Pacheco-Leonardo for illegal re-entry but did not.

“The reasons for that decision have yet to be satisfactorily explained to me or to the public,” he said.

He stopped honoring ICE detainers after being elected sheriff last fall.
Title: Re: U.S. Illegal Alien Crime
Post by: Private on 28 August 2019 at 11:38

Illegal immigrant raped Maryland girl, 16, at knifepoint in her bedroom, police say

By Travis Fedschun | Fox News

An illegal immigrant in Maryland is alleged to have crawled into the bed of a teenage girl while she was taking a nap and placed a knife against her throat before proceeding to rapeher, according to authorities.

Federal officials have requested to keep the man in custody.

The Montgomery County Police Departmentsaid Nelson Saul Reyes-Medrano, 46, is charged with first-degree rape, sex abuse of a minor, and first-degree assault in connection with the late August 2018 attack.

A U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement spokesman told Fox News that Reyes-Medrano was living in the U.S. illegally and the federal law enforcement agency has lodged a detainer against him.

Local police said the victim, who was 16 at the time, was taking a nap at the apartment where Reyes-Medrano also lived when she felt someone else get on the bed. She opened her eyes and saw the 46-year-old had positioned himself on top of her.

NEW: Nelson Reyes-Medrano is accused of crawling into bed with a 16yo Germantown, Md. girl as she napped. The 46yo proceeded to rape the teen at knifepoint, police say.

"Take your clothes off," Reyes-Medrano allegedly told the victim twice according to court documents obtained by WJLA, before placing the dull side of a knife against the victim's neck.

After the victim slowly started to undress, he allegedly grew impatient and proceeded to rape her.

The victim told detectives she was in pain during the entire assault, which only ended after a noise was heard outside the apartment and Reyes-Medrano got off the bed, put his clothes back on and left the apartment with the knife he allegedly used to threaten the teenager.

A rape suspect has been freed in Maryland despite a request from ICE that he remain in custody.

A Montgomery County District Court denied bond for Reyes-Medrano, citing the severity of the allegations and pending ICE detainer, WJLA reported.

"The allegations are incredibly serious," Judge Amy Bills said in court. "The allegations are that a knife was brandished and a first-degree rape occurred."

ICE detainers serve as a legally authorized request, upon which a law enforcement agency may rely, to continue to maintain custody of an illegal immigrant for up to 48 hours so that ICE may assume custody for removal purposes, according to the federal agency.

Maryland jail ignores ICE detainer request, releases illegal immigrant arrested on rape, assault charges

Marc Elrich, executive of Montgomery County, defended his police department's decision; reaction and analysis from Fox News contributor Tom Homan, former acting ICE director.

"Pursuant to ICE policy, all ICE detainers are submitted with an accompanying administrative arrest warrant or warrant of removal depending upon the circumstances of the individual case," an ICE spokesman told Fox News.

The latest arrest comes after another illegal immigrant accused of rape was released from the Montgomery County Detention Center just three days after being arrested. At the time, county officials said they notified ICE that the suspect was being processed for release that day, even after the federal agency filed a detainer.

Montgomery County, Md., designated itself for “sanctuary” status in July, according to FOX5.

The order signed by County Executive Mark Elrich says no county agency – including police departments – can cooperate with ICE. Immigration agents are now barred from entering secure portions of county jails, and now have to take custody of illegal immigrants in public areas, such as jail parking lots.
Title: Re: U.S. Illegal Alien Crime
Post by: Private on 31 August 2019 at 22:20

Seventh illegal immigrant accused of sex crimes in Maryland county since July 25

By Sam Dorman | Fox News

A Honduran national in the United States illegally has been accused of raping his 15-year-old stepdaughter in suburban Maryland, the seventh such case in the area over the past five weeks.

Emilio Carrasco-Hernandez, 37, is charged with second-degree rape, sex abuse of a minor, third-degree sex offense and fourth-degree sex offense, according to WJLA.

The alleged victim spoke to Montgomery County police and claimed that her stepfather sexually assaulted her multiple times between Aug. 16 and Aug. 25. She alleged that she was unable to use the bathroom after one of the assaults because it was "very painful" and left her with a "stinging" feeling.

"Victim A stated that she could not move and Emilio Carrasco-Hernandez was squishing her with his body," detectives reportedly said of the incident. The 200-lb. Carrasco-Hernandez allegedly kissed the girl's body and even bit her shirt in one incident.

The victim's mother reportedly booted Carrasco-Hernandez from their Wheaton home after finding the two of them together in a bedroom. While the age of consent in Maryland is 16 years old, the mother said she believed it was a consensual act fueled by alcohol.

In a statement to WJLA, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) said that Carrasco-Hernandez was previously deported in April 2017, but re-entered the United States "sometime thereafter."

Carrasco-Hernandez could face up to 56 years in state prison in convicted on all charges. He also faces up to 20 years in federal prison for re-entering the U.S. having been previously deported, an ICE official told WJLA.

The agency reportedly placed a detainer on the Honduran national and he was put in jail without bond. He faces charges of second-degree rape, third and fourth degree sex offenses, and sex abuse of a minor.

Since July 25, Montgomery County Police have arrested at least seven confirmed undocumented immigrants for alleged rapes and sexual assaults. Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich signed an executive order last month designating the county a "sanctuary" jurisdiction.

The order states that no county agency – including police departments – can cooperate with ICE. Immigration agents are barred from entering secure portions of county jails, and must take custody of illegal immigrants in public areas, such as jail parking lots.

Earlier this month, another undocumented immigrant was arrested on second-degree rape and assault charges but was released days later after the Montgomery County Jail ignored ICE's detainer request.
Title: Re: U.S. Illegal Alien Crime
Post by: Private on 07 September 2019 at 01:24

An ICE officer tried to stop a truck outside a Tennessee grocery store. Then he opened fire

By Catherine E. Shoichet, Geneva Sands and Maria Cartaya, CNN
Updated at 6:32 PM ET, Thu September 5, 2019

Nashville, Tennessee (CNN) — An ICE officer opened fire in a Tennessee grocery store parking lot as he attempted to make an immigration arrest there Thursday.

The officer fired two shots after a driver he was trying to arrest during a fugitive operation drove toward the officer while fleeing the scene, ICE spokesman Bryan Cox said, citing initial reports.

While ICE operations are a regular occurrence across the United States, it's rare to hear of shots fired in public places as they unfold.

It's unclear if anyone was injured in the confrontation, which occurred in a Food Lion parking lot outside Nashville in Antioch, Tennessee.

An FBI spokesperson said the agency is now investigating a possible assault on a federal officer.

The FBI is the lead agency in the investigation, Cox said, and federal prosecutors will decide whether any criminal charges are filed.

ICE's Office of Professional Responsibility, which looks into all officer-involved shootings involving ICE, is also investigating, Cox said.

Investigators cordoned off the parking lot with crime scene tape Thursday and combed the scene for evidence.

The target of Thursday's ICE operation was a 39-year-old Mexican national who'd been deported multiple times, Cox said. He remains at large.

The truck he was driving is now in FBI custody, said Matt Foster, assistant special agent in charge of the FBI's Nashville office. The vehicle was found abandoned with blood inside, an ICE official said.

Nashville Mayor David Briley slammed the shooting in a statement Thursday, CNN affiliate WZTV reported.

"This is exactly what we don't want happening in our city," he said, adding that police are currently "looking for the victim...so that he may receive any needed medical assistance."

Cox declined to comment on the mayor's statement. He noted that Nashville is a jurisdiction that doesn't cooperate with ICE.

"Any time an officer has to pull over a vehicle and make an arrest on the street," Cox said, "that is the most dangerous way. ... This is a rare example, but it's nevertheless an example of the increased dangers that take place when this agency is forced to do more at-large arrests to take persons into custody."
Title: Re: U.S. Illegal Alien Crime
Post by: Private on 09 September 2019 at 12:29
Here's some more of those fine illegal muds that our enemies claim are driving the American work force.


6 MS-13 gang members, illegal immigrants involved in deadly Maryland stabbing, ICE says


Six of the seven people charged in the stabbing death of a man in Maryland in July have been identified by federal officials as being part of the MS-13 gangand in the country illegally, according to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

The Baltimore County Police Departmentannounced Tuesday that seven suspects, including a 16-year-old charged as an adult, were charged with killing 21-year-old Daniel Alejandro Alvarado Cuellar.

Cuellar's body was discovered July 31 in the grass outside an apartment building in the Townson area and had "multiple sharp-force injuries," officials said in a news release.

Police said that Cuellar was the intended victim of a planned gang-related murder, but said a motive for the slaying remained under investigation.

“We know this group of individuals was conducting surveillance on him, they were watching him, following him. We know they watched as he left the laundromat and went back across the street to the apartment complex and that is where some of those individuals accosted him,” Baltimore County Police Officer Jennifer Peach told FOX45. “We know they used knives and multiple people stabbed him multiple times.”

The seven suspects were all charged with first-degree murder, according to police.

They have been identified as Jonathan Escobar-Hernandez, 20, of Towson, Md.; Marlon Leonardo Fabian-Flores, 20, of Manchester, Md.; Edwin Edgardo Garcia-Martir, 18, of Middle River, Md.; Hugo Portillo-Chavez, 31, of Cockeysville, Md.; Jose Fausto Rivera-Coreas, 19, of Cockeysville, Md.; Odaliz Rosas-Yanez, 20, of Cockeysville, Md.; and Leonel Alexander Velasquez-Hernadez, 16, of Cockeysville, Md.

An ICE spokeswoman told Fox News on Sunday that the agency has issued six immigration detainers. The federal agency said that detainers were lodged once the individuals entered local law enforcement custody on murder charges.

Of the seven suspects, six are in the U.S. illegally, the ICE spokeswoman added. Of the six illegal immigrant suspects, who were not named, five are Salvadoran and one is Mexican, ICE said.

All of the six illegal immigrants were identified as MS-13 members in an ICE gang database, the ICE spokeswoman said.

Investigators believe that Cuellar's killing was due to a war between two rival Latino street gangs, the 18th Street and MS-13, according to the Baltimore Sun.

The 21-year-old had been seen making a hand gesture that was believed to be “indicative of an affiliation with the 18th Street,” detectives wrote in charging documents obtained by the Sun.

The seven suspects arrested in connection with Cuellar's slaying remain held without bail in the Baltimore County Detention Center, according to police. All seven could face a life sentence in prison if they are convicted, officials said, while adding that it's possible that others may also face charges in connection to the murder.

MS-13 is active in Maryland, but is usually focused in the suburbs around Washington D.C. Earlier this year, a 14-year-old girl was killed with a machete and a baseball bat when MS-13 gang members turned on an associate "in extremely violent behavior."

That slaying came only months after authorities arrested five MS-13 gang members for the murder of another MS-13 member, Jacson Chicas, 16. He was stabbed more than 100 times and then dumped on the side of a Virginia road and set on fire.

In 2019, officials said that MS-13 has been ramping up recruitment in the D.C. area after taking a break in 2018.

"We've seen a rise in gang activity here this spring. There have been a few homicides in the region, as you've seen," Jay Lanham, director of the Northern Virginia Gang Task Force, told FOX5 in June. "Last year, we saw the gangs, especially MS-13, laying low. We arrested a lot of the program and clique leaders so their leadership was lacking."

Lanham said at the time that the 18th Street Gang is MS-13's top rival.

MS-13, also known as La Mara Salvatrucha, recruits young teenagers from El Salvador and Honduras, though many gang members were born in the U.S. The gang has been blamed for dozens of killings since January 2016 across a wide swath of New York's Long Island, the Los Angeles area, and the D.C suburbs.

The notorious MS-13 gang has been singled out by President Trump for its brutality, which has led to a series of crackdowns by law enforcement on the federal and local levels.
Title: Re: U.S. Illegal Alien Crime
Post by: Private on 05 October 2019 at 00:38
Damn, How many chances does a mud get. Also 2 years in a prison nicer that his home country doesn't seem much of a punishment either.


Illegal immigrant deported 7 times, convicted of 5 DUIs pleads guilty to re-entering US

By Melissa Leon | Fox News

A Guatemalan illegal immigrant who has been deported seven times since 2000 pleaded guilty Monday to re-entering the United States an eighth time after being arrested in Tennessee, the Justice Departmentannounced Tuesday.

In addition to his seven deportations, federal prosecutors said 39-year-old Jose Lopez-Ruiz has also been convicted five times of driving under the influence while in the U.S. and has another DUI charge pending.

Lopez-Ruiz is scheduled to be sentenced on Jan. 24. He faces up to two years in prison.

Agents from Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Enforcement and Removal Operations (ICE ERO) encountered Lopez-Ruiz in May in Madison, Tenn., but he fled on foot, officials said.

After receiving information about his location, ICE ERO apprehended Lopez-Ruiz on July 9. He was taken into custody after initially resisting officers, the DOJ said.

Lopez-Ruiz was most recently deported in January 2018. It was not immediately clear when he reentered the United States.
Title: Re: U.S. Illegal Alien Crime
Post by: Private on 05 October 2019 at 01:58
Title: Re: U.S. Illegal Alien Crime
Post by: Private on 08 October 2019 at 11:47
And our enemies want to open our borders so more of these upstanding muds can destroy our society.


Maryland MS-13 members, illegal immigrants plead guilty to 2 grisly murders

By Robert Gearty | Fox News

Four MS-13 members—in the U.S. illegally—have pleaded guilty in Maryland to participating in the murders of a 21-year-old woman and a 17-year-old teenager two years ago.


Police said the woman, Jennifer Rivera-Lopez, was lured to her death in June 2017 in an Anne Arundel County park where her killers, armed with knives and machetes, chopped her head off and buried her in a secret grave, the Capital Gazette reported Monday.

Ronald Mendez-Sosa, 21, Brenda Argueta, 20, Ervin Arrue-Figueroa, 20, and Francisco Ramirez-Pena, 24, all of Maryland, copped to the murder last week in federal court, the paper reported.

(Left to right) Ronald Mendez-Sosa, Francisco Ramirez-Pena, Brenda Argueta and Ervin Arrue-Figueroa, whom investigators have identified as MS-13 members. (Anne Arundel County Police Department)

Mendez-Sosa also pleaded guilty to participating in the murder of Neri Giovani Bonilla-Palacios, the 17-year-old, who turned up dead in the woods in Annapolis in October 2017. He had been murdered two months earlier, investigators said. Court papers said he had been decapitated with a machete and his body had “at least 108 sharp and blunt force injury wounds,” the paper reported.

Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) lodged detainers against all four after cops arrested them in October 2017.

Court papers alleged that MS-13 targeted Rivera-Lopez and Bonilla-Palacios due to their association with a rival gang,  the Gazette added.

Police said the MS-13 gang killed Jennifer Rivera-Lopez in 2017 after she was lured to a Maryland park.  (Annapolis Police Department)

According to the court papers, Argueta reached out to Rivera-Lopez on social media and arranged for the two to meet, the paper reported.

The court papers alleged that after using a ruse to get Rivera-Lopez into the car, Argueta used another ruse to get the car to stop “at which point several other [MS-13] members forced [Rivera-Lopez] into another vehicle and took [Rivera-Lopez] to the site of the murder,” the paper reported.

The court papers for Mendez-Sosa said he did not help kill Rivera-Lopez but aided in the murder by transporting others to and from the scene, the paper reported.
Title: Re: U.S. Illegal Alien Crime
Post by: Private on 12 October 2019 at 12:38
Why are these illegal mud races being released back into our communities after committing more crimes (after their initial crime of illegal entering the country)? The only reason I can come up with is that our enemies are trying to destroy our society.


ICE: Illegal immigrant targeted alleged rape victim again after release

By Louis Casiano | Fox News

An undocumented immigrant targeted a woman he previously raped once he was released from custody in Oklahoma after authorities failed to honor an Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detainer request, immigration officials said.


Antonio Ulises Perez, 38, a native of El Salvador, was arrested on Sept. 30 for alleged first-degree rape by the Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office, ICE said in a statement. Officials said the agency asked the sheriff's department on Tuesday to transfer custody of Perez to deportation officers in the event he was scheduled to be released.

They refused and Perez was released Wednesday morning, according to ICE.

“Within a few hours of being released, this illegal alien was back at the home of the rape victim where he was free to re-victimize her and harm other members of the community,” said Marc Moore, director of ICE’s Dallas field office.

Deportation officers were able to track Perez down and arrested him later that day, Moore said. He remains in custody pending deportation proceedings.

"Unfortunately, this is not an isolated event," the ICE statement read. "Over the past few months ago, Oklahoma County has routinely failed to honor ICE detainers by releasing criminal aliens back into the local community before ICE has the opportunity to take custody."

Antonio Ulises Perez, an undocumented immigrant from El Salvador, targeted the same victim he is accused of raping hours after he was released from police custody Wednesday, authorities said. (Oklahoma County Jail)

Detainers are often used to ask local law enforcement agencies to hold undocumented immigrants for up to 48 hours so immigration officers can take them into custody.

“It is unconscionable that someone who is sworn to uphold the law would find it acceptable to release an alleged rapist who is illegally present in the U.S. back into the community when there are other options available under federal immigration law,” Moore said.

In a statement of its own, the Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office claimed another agency initially arrested Perez based on a complaint and that he was never formally charged with rape.

Sheriff's spokesman Mark Meyers said Oklahoma County isn't a sanctuary county and works with ICE, even providing them space in the jail for their agents.

“That’s ridiculous, and that shows the political drive behind this," Meyers said of the ICE statement. "Oklahoma County has never been considered a sanctuary city or a county,” he said.

The sheriff's office said local authorities didn't have a warrant to justify holding Perez, but added that ICE was still contacted.

“ICE had an hour and a half to take the individual into custody but did not send anyone to pick up the individual before his scheduled release, and without any legal authority to hold the individual he was released,” the department said in a news release.

The department advised ICE to staff the jail with an agent "to have someone at the facility 24/7 to transport their detainees."
Title: Re: U.S. Illegal Alien Crime
Post by: Private on 12 November 2019 at 03:34

ICE slams Maryland county officials after release of illegal immigrant accused of child molestation

By Morgan Phillips | Fox News

Federal immigration officials slammed Montgomery County, Md. officials for releasing an alleged child molester after Immigration and Customs Enforcement lodged a detainer with the county earlier this week.

Luis Fredy Hernandez-Morales, 48, a Guatemalan national who lives in Springfield, Va., is accused of inappropriately touching a young girl he is related to. Police said he molested the girl while he was staying at her home in Montgomery County in July. Hernandez-Morales is active in the youth ministry at a local church and police believe there may be other victims.

Luis Fredy Hernandez-Morales

Immigration and Customs Enforcement said it lodged the detainer on Tuesday, which would have instructed local law enforcement to hold a potentially deportable suspect for up to two business days beyond the time they would have otherwise been released. ICE told Fox 5 that county officials did not honor the detainer and Hernandez-Morales was released on bond the next day, according to Fox 5 DC.

The station reported that agents took Hernandez-Morales into custody in northern Virginia Friday.

"The best way to serve public safety is to work together," Acting ICE Baltimore Field Officer Director Frank Madrigal said in a statement. "Montgomery County had indicated they would securely transfer dangerous criminals to our custody rather than release them to the community where they can reoffend. These actions indicate they intend otherwise."

Earlier this year Democrat Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich banned ICE from accessing secure portions of the county jail. Earlier this month he quietly rolled back portions of the ban, allowing ICE into “identified areas” to detain soon-to-be released inmates so long as ICE officers arrive before their release.

Elrich told Fox 5 DC the county released Hernandez-Morales because it does not have a detainer policy.

"When individuals are finished processing for release, we follow the decision of the Attorney General that we can't hold an individual, for any reason, once they have been cleared for release," the spokesman, Barry Hudson, said in a statement. "That is what happened in this case."
Title: Re: U.S. Illegal Alien Crime
Post by: Private on 16 November 2019 at 13:56

ICE says Washington murder suspect was released twice before, despite detainers

By Melissa Leon | Fox News

An illegal immigrant with a criminal history dating to 2010 was released from jail by local authorities in Washington state on two separate occasions despite Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detainers lodged again him, the agency said Thursday.


In addition, ICE said that Julio Cruz-Velazquez, 25, was arrested and released from jail before the agency could lodge a detainer request on seven further occasions.

Cruz-Velazquez, who entered the U.S. illegally from Mexico, was arrested by Seattle police and charged with homicide on Nov. 7. The agency lodged a detainer for him on the same day with the King County Jail.

"When law enforcement agencies do not honor ICE detainers or simple notification requests, the individuals they release, who often have significant criminal histories, are turned out into an unsuspecting community, free to continue their criminal behavior and seek out new victims," the agency said in a statement. "Such is the case of Julio Cruz-Velazquez."

ICE said it had previously lodged detainers for Cruz-Velazquez with the King County Jail on July 9 of last year, two days after he was arrested by the Tukwila Police Department and charged with rape and domestic violence; and on Jan. 7 of this year, three days after he was arrested by the same department and charged with failure to comply and driving under the influence.

On both occasions, Cruz-Velazquez was released without the King County Jail notifying ICE, the agency said.

“Local law enforcement failed the public in this case on multiple occasions,” ICE Seattle field office director Nathalie Asher said. “Prior to Julio Cruz-Velazquez’s most recent arrest for murder, ICE lodged detainers on him twice. Had those detainers been honored, or had ICE been notified on any of the other multiple occasions he was arrested and released from local jails, we would have taken him into custody."

"Regrettably, politics continues to prevail over public safety," Asher said. "The detainers were ignored and Cruz-Velazquez was released to the street."

"Because sanctuary policies restrict ICE’s access to local databases, pushing ICE agents out of jails and the associated political pressure discouraging local law enforcement from effectively communicating with federal immigration officials, ICE is often unaware of a criminal alien being in custody prior to them being released," the agency said. "These misguided policies hinder ICE’s ability to lodge immigration detainers in a timely manner."

On April 4, Cruz-Velazquez was convicted of second-degree assault, a class B felony that carries a sentence up to 10 years in prison. He was booked into Nisqually Jail on July 10 and charged with a community custody violation but was released the next day, before ICE could lodge a detainer, the agency said.

On July 27, 2017, he was arrested by the Seattle Police Department and charged with burglary and malicious mischief, but he was released without ICE having time to lodge the detainer against him, according to the agency.

A similar sequence of events played out five additional times: in August 2015, when Cruz-Velazquez was arrested by Seattle police for failure to comply; in June 2012 when Seattle authorities charged him with possession of a stolen vehicle, and three times between 2010 and 2012 when he was arrested on local charges that included robbery and manufacturing and possessing a controlled substance, the agency said.

Cruz-Velazquez had been convicted in November 2015 of vehicle prowling. He was sentenced to 364 days in jail and 12 months of community service and was released at an unknown date.

Cruz-Velazquez entered the United States in February 2000. He voluntarily returned to Mexico the day after being encountered by Border Patrol, ICE said. He later illegally re-entered at an unknown date and location, the agency said.

He is most recently charged with first-degree murder in the death of 56-year-old Sam Nang Lam, a Vietnamese man who died from two gunshot wounds to the back, according to police, The Seattle Times reported.

Jail records show that Cruz-Velazquez remains in custody on $2 million bail.

“Because of this recklessness, a man who immigrated legally to the U.S. has lost his life, allegedly at the hands of a repeat criminal and immigration offender," Asher said. "This is yet another death that could have been prevented, had local law enforcement cooperated with ICE toward the common goal of public safety, as we have so effectively done in years past.”
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Post by: Private on 29 November 2019 at 10:08

ICE arrests deported Guatemalan woman who killed 4 kids in 2008 bus crash after she’s found living in US

By Stephen Sorace | Fox News

A Guatemalan woman arrested Tuesday for illegally re-entering the U.S. had previously been deported after serving eight years in prison for causing a 2008 school bus crash that killed four children in Minnesota.


Olga Franco del Cid, 35, was taken into custody Tuesday at her home in Inver Grove Heights after U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers received a tip she had returned to Minnesota.

"It appeared she was trying to move residences quickly," ICE Deputy Field Office Director Shawn Byers told FOX9 Minneapolis. "So, we believe she may have been tipped off that we were looking for her and trying to flee but that's all speculative at this point."

It was unclear how long Franco del Cid had been in the U.S. before her arrest, officials said. (Pam Louwagie/Star Tribune via AP, File)

Franco del Cid was convicted of killing four children in a school bus after the minivan she was driving ran a stop sign in February 2008. She was in the country illegally and had claimed her boyfriend was driving.

She served eight years in state prison and was deported in 2016 following her release.

ICE officials said it was unclear how long she had been living in the U.S. before Tuesday’s arrest.

Franco del Cid remained in ICE custody Thursday and could face up to 20 years in federal prison for re-entering the U.S., Minnesota's Star Tribune reported.
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Post by: Private on 07 January 2020 at 12:55

Islamic religious leader in Texas arrested on charges of sex crimes against children

By Bradford Betz | Fox News

An Islamic religious leader was arrested in Houston last week on charges of sex crimesagainst children under the age of 14, authorities said on Monday.

Is that Wesley White Men Can't Jump - Or do they all look the same?

Mohamed Omar Ali, 59, has been charged with one count of sexual assault of a child and three counts of indecency with a child, the Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office said in a news release.

Ali, a Somali national who was living in the U.S. illegally, was a well-known imam in the Islamic community and taught through Texas and the U.S., according to the sheriff’s office.

Investigators say Mohamed Omar Ali was a well-known Islamic teacher throughout Texas and the U.S. (Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office)

Detective Michael Alexander said Ali gained access to the alleged victims by earning the trust of their families who invited him over to teach their children the Quran, the Houston Chronicle reported.

The sheriff’s office has accounted for four victims, who were all minors at the time of the assaults, which started in 2013.

Sheriff Troy Nehls has called Ali’s alleged crimes “sickening” and “an abuse of power.”

Ali was booked into the Fort Bend County jail Friday on a $125,000 bond. Immigration and Customs Enforcement has reportedly placed a hold on Ali because of his illegal immigration status.
Title: Re: U.S. Illegal Alien Crime
Post by: Private on 15 January 2020 at 14:11
Another senseless attack by an unapologetic mud that could have be avoided. It's as easy as removing these illegal mud races when they're originally discovered. If these mud races can so casually break the law to enter the country, why wouldn't it be logical to think that they will break more laws once they're living in our country.


ICE issues detainer for illegal immigrant accused of murdering 92-year-old NY woman

By Bradford Betz | Fox News


Federal immigration authorities on Monday issued a detainer for an illegal immigrant who is in NYPD custody for the alleged sexual assault and murder of a 92-year-old woman in Queens last week.

Reeaz Khan, 21, a Guyanese national who is in the country illegally, is accused of violently attacking and raping a woman named Maria Fuertes as she was walking home near Liberty Avenue and 127th Street around midnight on Jan. 6.

Reeaz Khan is accused of sexually abusing and murdering a 92-year-old woman in Queens last week.  (NYPD)

Fuertes lay half-dressed in 32-degree weather for two hours before she was found, conscious but “incoherent,” at around 2 a.m., according to a criminal complaint. She was taken to an area hospital where she was pronounced dead.

Investigators gathered surveillance footage to identity Khan as a possible suspect in the brutal attack. He was arrested Thursday night and confessed to the murder, The New York Post reported.

He appeared in court Friday where a prosecutor said Khan had told detectives that, “He fell down, his belt broke, his pants fell down and his penis fell near [the victim’s] vagina.”

According to an ICE press release, Khan was previously arrested in November on assault and weapons charges. ICE had issued a detainer for him then, but Khan was released from custody because of New York City’s sanctuary policies.

Thomas R. Decker, field office director for ICE’s Removal Operations, said Khan’s case shows that New York City’s sanctuary policies are “dangerously flawed.”

“It was a deadly choice to release a man on an active ICE detainer back onto the streets after his first arrest included assault and weapon charges, and he now faces new charges, including murder,” Decker said. “New York City’s sanctuary policies continue to threaten the safety of all residents of the five boroughs they repeatedly protect criminal aliens who show little regard for the laws of this nation.”

Khan is facing charges of murder, sexual abuse, contact by forcible compulsion, and sexual abuse against a person incapable of consent. He faces 25 years to life behind bars if convicted.

He is being held at Rikers Island without bail. It wasn’t immediately clear if he had an attorney who could speak on his behalf. His next court appearance is scheduled for Jan. 15.

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Post by: Private on 07 February 2020 at 14:57
Unfortunately with the mindset of our enemies, like the ones that support the New Way Forward Act. We can expect more and more articles like this one. Only it will be nation wide and not contained to the "sanctuary" cities and states. 


Hundreds of illegal aliens re-arrested after California jail failed to notify ICE of their release

By Sam Dorman | Fox News.

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) reported on Wednesday that hundreds of Orange County Jail inmates on whom the agency had active detainers were re-arrested over the past two years on charges including rape, assault with a deadly weapon and child sex offenses -- after local authorities released them without notifying ICE.

According to county data, officials at the Southern California jail didn't notify ICE when it released 2,121 inmates with detainers on them over 2018 and 2019. Over that same period, another 1,315 were released "to ICE upon completion of their local sentences in accordance with" California's sanctuary regulations laid out in Senate Bill 54, an ICE press release said.

According to ICE, 411 of the released inmates have been rearrested and booked into the Orange County Jail on additional charges, which also include domestic violence, identity theft, and driving under the influence.

The agency's statement noted that number does "not account for individuals who may have been released and committed crimes in other jurisdictions."

Senate Bill [SB] 54, which became law in 2017, prohibits state and local law enforcement agencies from detaining illegal immigrants for violating immigration laws except in cases where they have been convicted of serious or violent felonies.

Orange County Sheriff-Coroner Don Barnes has called the policy a "social science experiment" undertaken by lawmakers in Sacramento.

“SB 54 has made our community less safe," he said in a statement. "The law has resulted in new crimes because my deputies were unable to communicate with their federal partners about individuals who committed serious offenses and present a threat to our community if released.

“The two-year social science experiment with sanctuary laws must end. Rather than protect our immigrant community, the law has enabled offenders to be released, often times [sic] back into the immigrant communities they prey upon, and create new victims.”

Democratic politicians have argued that sanctuary laws help deter crime by building trust between law enforcement and immigrant communities. But according to Acting ICE Director Matthew Albence, those policies "do nothing but ensure that criminals are released back into the community, where many re-offend, instead of being turned over to ICE."

"These are preventable crimes, and more importantly, preventable victims. As the data released by Sheriff Barnes clearly demonstrates, all communities are safer when local law enforcement works with ICE," he added.

Last month, ICE similarly called out Cook County, Ill., accusing local authorities of denying more than 1,000 detainer requests. Those cases included the release of a South African national who was accused of indecent exposure and a Nicaraguan national who was arrested on charges of domestic violence.

Sanctuary policies have long been controversial but the issue resurfaced in January when 21-year-old Guyanan Reeaz Khan allegedly raped and killed 92-year-old Maria Fuertes after his release from a New York jail.

ICE claims it issued a detainer request for Khan after authorities arrested him for assaulting his own father. According to the New York Daily News, the NYPD denied receiving a detainer after that first assault.
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Post by: Private on 04 March 2020 at 01:28

ICE arrests illegal immigrant after NYPD arrests him for child rape, sexual abuse

By Bradford Betz | Fox News


The Trump administration is deploying border patrol agents to sanctuary jurisdictions across the U.S. to help Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) track down and detain illegal immigrants freed by left-wing cities and states.

Federal immigration authorities on Monday arrested an illegal immigrant who had been released from NYPD custody despite being charged with child rape and sexual abuse.

Miguel Federico Ajqui-Ajtzalam, a 20-year-old Guatemalan national illegally present in the U.S., was arrested in New York City late last month on multiple charges related to sexually abusing a minor, according to a press releasefrom U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).

ICE’s Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) had lodged an immigration detainer with the New York City Department of Corrections (NYCDOC) after his arrest.

The detainer was ignored because of New York City’s sanctuary policies and Ajqui-Ajtzalam was released from custody. ERO officers apprehended him on Monday.

Thomas R. Decker, field officer director for ERO New York, said it was “inconceivable” that Ajqui-Ajtzalam – who was arrested on charges of rape and sexual abuse of a child – should be released back into the community rather than being transferred to ICE.

“It’s frightening that our detainer was ignored and he was released into New York City streets to possibly re-offend,” Decker said. “The safety of city residents, especially the more vulnerable, continues to be a priority for ICE enforcement.”

U.S. Border Patrol (USBP) initially encountered Ajqui-Ajtzalam in September 2016 after he illegally entered the U.S. without inspection, ICE said. He was processed as an unaccompanied alien child, issued a Notice to Appear, and was released from ICE custody two months later on an Order of Recognizance (OREC) pending removal proceedings.

He is currently being held in ICE custody pending removal proceedings before a federal immigration judge.
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Post by: Private on 28 August 2020 at 20:32

Illegal immigrant released in NYC after arrest for weapons charges, now arrested on gang-related charges

By Bradford Betz | Fox News

An illegal immigrant who was arrested in New York City on weapons charges earlier this year and released back into the community is now back in custody on gang-related charges, federal authorities said Thursday.

Denery Steven Lemus-Najarro, a 21-year-old Guatemalan national unlawfully present in the U.S., was arrested Aug. 18 for a gang-related shooting, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement said in a press release.

Court documents say Lemus-Najarro is an alleged member of the 18th Street gang and has an outstanding order for his removal from the U.S. He is identified as the suspect in an Aug. 14 shooting in Queens that left a man with a gunshot wound to the leg.

New York City police officers arrested Lemus-Najarro in January on criminal possession of firearm charges. Officers with ICE’s Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) lodged a detainer with NYPD. The detainer was not honored due to the city’s sanctuary policies and Lemus-Najarro was released back into the community.

The FBI’s New York Metro Safe Task Force arrested Lemus-Najarro on charges of being an illegal alien in possession of a firearm.

Thomas R. Decker, ERO’s New York field office director, has criticized sanctuary city policies for jeopardizing public safety.

"These policies embolden gang members, such as Lemus-Najarro, to brazenly commit crimes in this city without fear of repercussion,” Decker said. “It's unfortunate that the lives and safety of the citizens they have been elected to protect are second to those of the criminal aliens. ICE detainers are an important tool this agency uses to remove violent criminals from our communities."

Lemus-Najarro is currently in the custody of the U.S. Marshals Service awaiting trial.
Title: Re: U.S. Illegal Alien Crime
Post by: Private on 16 September 2020 at 10:44
So according to these sanctuary laws, if mud races illegally jump the border, make it to certain areas, then they have free rein to do as they please. If we had a government that was looking out for our well being, it would cut funding and shut down these "sanctuary" cities for disobeying Federal laws immediately. But since our government is the one that promotes the brown flood, it continues to allow these mud loving areas. 


Baltimore murder suspects protected by sanctuary laws, ICE says; 'This is the worst-case scenario

'The men are suspects in the gang slaying of 16-year-old Gabriela Ardon

By Louis Casiano | Fox News

Two undocumented immigrants suspected in the gang slaying of a 16-year-old girl in Baltimore were released because of sanctuary city policies, despite requests from federal immigration officials, officials said Tuesday.

Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) said it lodged three immigration detainers on three men charged in the May 29 death of Gabriela Ardon. Five people are charged in the killing -- three of whom were living in the United States illegally.

“In this case, two of the suspects arrested had previously been encountered by ICE, but due to state and local policies that put politics above public safety, they were released to the street,” said Acting Baltimore Field Office Director Francisco Madrigal. “This is the worst-case scenario when detainers are not honored.”

Wilson Art Constanza-Galdomez, 21, and Wualter Orellana- Hernandez, 19, both from El Salvador, and Honduran national Jonathan J. Pesquera-Puerto, 19, are believed to be members or associates of the MS-13. They are charged with first-degree murder, first-degree assault, and kidnapping.

Constanza-Galdomez was arrested in 2018 in Suffolk County, New York. ICE took custody of him, but an immigration judge granted him bond and he was released. He was arrested later that year for another offense in Suffolk County and released in April 2019 despite an ICE request that he be turned over to immigration agents.

He failed to appear for an immigration hearing and was ordered deported to El Salvador in October 2019, ICE said.

Orellana-Hernandez was arrested by the Prince George’s County Police Department in January. ICE lodged a detainer the day of the arrest, but it wasn't honored and he was released, the agency said.

Authorities said the five suspects lured Ardon to her death because she belonged to a rival gang, the Washington Times reported. She was reported missing by her family in New York and she was eventually identified by her tattoos.
Title: Re: U.S. Illegal Alien Crime
Post by: Private on 16 September 2020 at 19:47
So according to these sanctuary laws, if mud races illegally jump the border, make it to certain areas, then they have free rein to do as they please. If we had a government that was looking out for our well being, it would cut funding and shut down these "sanctuary" cities for disobeying Federal laws immediately. But since our government is the one that promotes the brown flood, it continues to allow these mud loving areas.

It’s a disgrace this attitude is de-stabilising America! The world needs a strong America! We all know what happens !

The White man came to the desert and made an oasis.
The niggers came to the oasis and made a desert.
The Jew came to the Oasis and got :- Chinese, Beaners and Pakis on cheap labour to bottle water that goes to swimming pools :- Blacks, Islanders, Arabs and Gypsies poo and piss in until the White man tries to find a new Oasis!