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TCC's Illegal Alien Crime Update 9/27/21

Despite denial by open borders advocates, illegal aliens add to the crime problem in the United States. The stories below give some recent examples.

UPDATE: Most Haitian illegals were released into the United States (and we know they won’t return for their hearings or go home)

For the past week we’ve been asking the same question about the debacle at the Del Rio border crossing. What’s really been going on and what hasn’t the government been telling us? Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas made the rounds of the Sunday morning shows today to finally bring some clarity to the situation… or so we thought.

When he showed up on Fox News Sunday to talk to Chris Wallace, he was finally hit with the question of how all of this magical math worked when it comes to how many Haitians were under the overpass, how many were sent back to Haiti, how many are still in detention and how many were simply released into the interior of the United States. That last one is the big question everyone has been seeking answers to. Mayorkas finally coughed up a figure, but even then he couldn’t be specific. He said 12,000 had been released. Or it might be more. He’s not really sure. (Daily Wire)

This is the same Alejandro Mayorkas who told us on Friday that they hadn’t been testing any of the Haitians for COVID. I seem to remember way back when (a week or so ago) Mayorkas stood in front of the press corps and said that all of the Haitians under the bridge at Del Rio were going to be flown back to Haiti. Do we still do that journalism thing where government officials are called out for lying or is that not a thing anymore?

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Haitian migrants take over DHS transport bus in Texas, flee the scene

A group of Haitian migrants on Monday took over a bus being used to transport them to a different immigration processing station in Texas, before fleeing the area, sources told Fox News.

Multiple sources told Fox that the bus, traveling from Del Rio to Brownsville, was taken over by migrants who didn't want to be removed from the U.S. back to Haiti. The migrants forced their way off the bus and fled. All were later caught.

The bus is said to have been contracted by DHS and did not have law enforcement on board. National Border Patrol Council President Brandon Judd mentioned the incident at a press conference alongside Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, who called for the perpetrators to be prosecuted.

"When they found out they were going to be sent back to Haiti, they took the bus over and they fled," Judd said, praising Texas Department of Public Safety for arresting them.

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Illegal Alien Admits To Woman's Murder In PA 'Sanctuary' County

NORRISTOWN, PA - On Friday, police arrested Freddy Remigio Mendieta-Pando, 23, after his ex-girlfriend’s body was discovered a day earlier, in a heavily wooded area next to the Schuylkill River Trail in Lower Providence Township. An autopsy determined that 23-year-old Karina Torres died as a result of multiple stab wounds. At the time she was killed, Torres had an order of protection against Mendieta-Pando.

“This tragic killing of Karina Torres is the worst end result of domestic violence. The victim was previously strangled and sought help from police, who charged the defendant. Karina then obtained a Protection of Abuse Order. But sadly, the defendant was able to reach her and ultimately killed her,” said [District Attorney Kevin] Steele.

Mendieta-Pando has been charged with first-degree murder, third-degree murder and possessing an instrument of crime. He is currently being held at the Montgomery County Correctional Facility without bond.

*Montgomery County has long been regarded as a ‘sanctuary’ for illegal aliens. As further demonstration of this policy toward those here illegally, even former Norristown Police Chief Mark Talbot once voiced his support for illegal aliens publicly, by saying at a town meeting: “If I want to be aware of their documentation, I'll be a federal agent...But that is not the case."

In July, Mendieta-Pando was charged with assault, harassment and making terroristic threats, after he reportedly punched and strangled the, now, deceased Torres, according to court documents. At that time he could have been reported to ICE and placed into deportation proceedings, which could have saved this woman’s life.

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TCC supports increased border security and the passage of Federal legislation to punish sanctuary jurisdictions by cutting off Federal aid.

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