TCC's Illegal Alien Crime Update--End of Year Issue

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

First, the good news:

Texas Building its Own 'Wall' on Mexico Border

Texas has begun building its own "wall" of huge steel bars on the border with Mexico, its Republican governor Greg Abbott said Saturday, accusing President Joe Biden of not doing enough to stop illegal immigration.

"Texas is taking what is really an unprecedented step by any state in the country," Abbott said, telling a news conference about construction of "a wall on our border to secure and safeguard the sovereignty of the United States and our own state."

Such a wall "is needed for one single reason, and that's because the Biden administration has failed to do its job," he said from Rio Grande City, speaking in front of a crane and steel bars.

"This border wall that you see behind us is a replication of the border wall that president Trump put up, same material, same concept.”

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Exclusive Photos: 600 Migrants Enter West Texas Border Town in One Day

EAGLE PASS, Texas — Despite a law enforcement presence on both sides of the Rio Grande, a CBP source says more than 600 migrants were apprehended after entering the United States on Thursday.

The source says the arrests in Eagle Pass accounted for more than 50 percent of the apprehensions within the Del Rio Sector that day.

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Illegal Alien Arrested After Allegedly Killing 26-Year-Old Corbin Wagner

An illegal alien was arrested after allegedly killing 26-year-old Corbin Wagner in Jacksonville, Florida, last month.

Orlando Gonzales-Beato, a 42-year-old illegal alien from the Dominican Republic, was arrested on November 26 by the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office for DUI manslaughter.

According to police, Gonzales-Beato was drunk driving the wrong way on I-295 when he hit Corbin Wagner, who was driving to his job at Publix, head-on and killed him. Police allege that Gonzales-Beato’s blood-alcohol level was three times over the legal limit.

Gonzales-Beato is now facing up to 15 years in prison and is being held on a $125,000 bail.

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‘Potential Terrorist’ from Saudi Arabia Found Crossing Border into Arizona, Say Feds

Border Patrol agents in Yuma, Arizona, arrested a 21-year-old Saudi Arabian national crossing into the United States on Thursday. The agency reportedly determined the man was a positive match linked to several Yemeni subjects of interest.

The migrant arrested on Thursday is considered a “potential terrorist” by the Border Patrol. DHS defines the category for suspected terrorists under this designation as “an individual who is reasonably suspected to be engaging in, has engaged in, or intends to engage in conduct constituting, in preparation for, in aid of, or related to terrorism and/or terrorist activities.”

The appearance of SIAs along the southwest border is occurring more frequently, according to a source within Customs and Border Protection. In November, Border Patrol Agents in Del Rio, Texas, arrested 12 SIAs from Pakistan, Afghanistan, Syria, and India in one day.

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Human Smuggler Charged With Killing Mother And Daughter In Texas

MISSION, TX - On December 11, police arrested Esteban Cantu Jr., 18, after he reportedly crashed his SUV into a Honda. The two women in the sedan were killed upon impact.

At the time the fatal crash occurred, Cantu was transporting six illegal aliens in his vehicle, according to the U.S. Border Patrol.

Cantu was charged with two counts of murder, two counts of aggravated assault, felony evading and human smuggling. After being released from the hospital, he was booked into the Hidalgo County Jail on $2 million bail.

Police: Illegal Alien Killed 76-Year-old Philanthropist in Drunk Driving Crash

An illegal alien has been arrested for allegedly killing a 76-year-old philanthropist and injuring seven others in a drunk driving crash in Charleston County, South Carolina.

Jose Javier Reyes-Escobar, a 21-year-old illegal alien, was arrested and charged by the Charleston County Sheriff’s Office on December 18 on three counts of felony drunk driving resulting in injury or death, one count of drunk driving without a driver’s license, and one count of driving with an open container of alcohol.

According to police, Reyes-Escobar was driving four times over the legal blood-alcohol content limit when he hit a sedan and an SUV head-on — causing a three-vehicle crash.

Gretchen Gross, a 76-year-old philanthropist from Buffalo, New York, who vacationed annually in South Carolina, died as a result of her injuries from the crash.

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Illegal Alien Charged With Raping Child In Va.

Name: Ruben Alvarez-Negron, Age: 66, Date of Arrest: 12/21/2021

Charge(s): Two Counts of Aggravated Sexual Battery (Victim Under 13), Abduction by Force

The Conservative Caucus is a grassroots public policy action organization, formed in 1974. It was active in defeating the SALT II Treaty, repealing the Catastrophic Coverage Act, blocking the Clinton health-care takeover, securing the impeachment of President Clinton by the House of Representatives, stopping amnesty for illegal aliens, persuading the House of Representatives to sue President Obama regarding ObamaCare, and promoting the confirmation of Justices Brett Kavanaugh and Amy Coney Barrett.

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

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