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Open Borders Have Consequences: El Salvador’s Most Wanted Was Illegal Alien Living In Virginia

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Open borders have consequences: they feed votes to pro-illegal alien pols while creating havens for criminals. A recent update by ICE is a reminder of how bad the open borders crime crisis is.

Deportation officers from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) Washington, D.C. field office arrested a Salvadoran fugitive, who is listed as one of El Salvador’s top 100 most wanted criminals. ERO Washington D.C. apprehended Herberth Bonilla-Garcia, 40, during a targeted operation in Manassas, Virginia Dec. 1.

Bonilla-Garcia previously entered the U.S. at least twice on an unknown date, at an unknown location without, and without having been admitted or paroled by a designated immigration official. He was previously removed from the U.S. in both 2006 and 2012.

So much for those removals. When there’s no border security, removals are meaningless. Anyone with the funds and resources to try again can get back into America.

This cat-and-mouse chase with foreign criminals is aided and abetted by pro-crime sanctuary cities and states.

ERO Los Angeles Officers apprehended Luciano Trejo-Dominguez, 31, during a targeted enforcement operation in the city of Santa Ana, California. A Newark, New Jersey immigration judge ordered Trejo, one of ICE’s 10 most wanted fugitives, removed on October 5, 2021.

Trejo is also the subject of an arrest warrant issued by the sheriff’s office in Bridgeton, New Jersey, for failure to appear related to an aggravated sexual assault offense involving a victim 13 to 15 years old.

Trejo originally came to ERO’s attention in Aug. 2018, while he was incarcerated for contempt of court in the Cumberland County Jail in Portland, Maine.

ERO encountered Trejo again in 2019 while he was in the Vineland Police Department’s custody for assault. Following his release from the Vineland Police Department’s custody, he was taken into ICE custody. He was later granted an immigration bond and released from ICE custody. An immigration detainer was issued for Trejo again Aug. 13, 2019, following his arrest the previous day by Vineland Police Department for aggravated sexual assault. That detainer was not honored.

Trejo was returned to his home country of Mexico Dec. 9.

Will he be back? Almost as certain as Arnold Schwartzenegger will do another ad incorporating one of his catchphrases. And Americans will go on paying the price for the demographic transformation of America.

Article posted with permission from Daniel Greenfield

The Washington Standard

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