Americans Victimized by Illegal Aliens, Even Far from the Border

As the mass migration crisis rages on, more Americans are being attacked by violent illegal aliens, many of whom are repeat offenders, even in states that are located further away from the southern border.

Just The News lists several examples of such crimes in states that are not even close to the southern border, including New Jersey, Maryland, and Tennessee.

In New Jersey, a Mexican illegal was arrested in Bridgeton, New Jersey, who had already been convicted of sexual conduct with a child. A state judge gave the suspect a three-year suspended prison sentence and parole. The illegal had previously been deported from the United States in March of 2005 and March of 2009. After being arrested by ICE’s Enforcement Removal Operations (ICE-ERO) team, he is facing a third deportation.

“This individual is a clear danger to our community with multiple illegal reentries into the U.S.,” said ICE-ERO-Newark Field Office Director John Tsoukaris.

Another example is in nearby Maryland, where ICE-ERO agents in Baltimore arrested a member of the violent gang MS-13, who had previously been convicted of driving while intoxicated. He had been arrested by law enforcement in Maryland at least five times prior. Among the charges for which he was arrested were trespassing, domestic violence, and assault. After his most recent arrest on October 30th, he remains in ICE-ERO custody pending deportation.

“This noncitizen poses a significant threat to society,” said acting ICE ERO Maryland Field Office Director Darius Reeves. “Not only has he flagrantly disregarded our laws and placed our residents in jeopardy, he is also a documented member of a notorious street gang.”

And in Tennessee, a Honduran illegal and member of the gang Sur 13 was arrested after having been deported twice before, with his crimes including two alleged homicides. He was arrested on October 10th by the Nashville Metro Police Department on charges of criminal homicide for the burning death of a 37-year-old man. He has since been charged with a second homicide of a 29-year-old man who was reported missing by his mother.

“This unlawfully present Honduran national is a threat to the safety of our local communities,”said  ERO-New Orleans Field Office Director Mellissa Harper. “ERO has removed him twice from the United States and yet he continues to choose to violate our laws.”

These and many other examples are indicative of the current state of the southern border, where the Biden Administration has repeatedly refused to enforce basic immigration law and has let as many illegals into the country as possible, including violent criminals. Biden and most of the other Democratic candidates who campaigned in 2020 all vowed to provide free, taxpayer-funded benefits to illegal aliens, including healthcare, housing, and education, with the party being accused of simply trying to secure the votes of illegal aliens once they are given amnesty.

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About Eric Lendrum

Eric Lendrum graduated from the University of California, Santa Barbara, where he was the Secretary of the College Republicans and the founding chairman of the school’s Young Americans for Freedom chapter. He has interned for Young America’s Foundation, the Heritage Foundation, and the White House, and has worked for numerous campaigns including the 2018 re-election of Congressman Devin Nunes (CA-22). He is currently a co-host of The Right Take podcast.

Photo: EAGLE PASS, TEXAS - SEPTEMBER 30: As seen from an aerial view, a U.S. Border Patrol agent supervises as immigrants walk into the United States after crossing the Rio Grande from Mexico on September 30, 2023 in Eagle Pass, Texas. The agent had cut coils of razor wire to let them pass through for processing. Immigration and border security have become major issues in ongoing negotiations to fund the U.S. government. A recent surge in immigrant crossings has overwhelmed border authorities. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)