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TCC's Illegal Alien Crime Update, Oct 12

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

Illegal Alien Gang Members Charged With Drive-By Shooting In Washington

YAKIMA, WA - On Wednesday, Efren Araiza-Acevedo, 33, and Isidro Acevedo, 26, were brought back to the city, where they were both wanted for a drive-by shooting that left two teenagers wounded. The shooting took place on September 14.

After firing multiple shots on North Sixth Street near East Lincoln Avenue, the pair fled to Mexico, according to court documents. They were taken into custody by U.S. Border Patrol agents near San Diego, four days after the shooting, as they re-entered the country from Mexico after the shooting.

Araiza-Acevedo has been charged with two counts of first-degree assault, violating a protection order, criminal mischief, burglary, tampering with a witness, felony bail jump, drive by shooting and unlawful possession of a firearm. He is currently being held at the Yakima County Jail on $500,000 bail.

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Police: Illegal Alien Beat, Strangled Woman In Pa. 'Sanctuary' County

NEW GARDEN TOWNSHIP, PA - On September 21, police arrested Jorge Mondragon-Alvarez, 29, after responding to a domestic disturbance call in the 100 block of Pine Street.

The victim told police that during a verbal argument, Mondragon-Alvarez threw her to the floor, placing his knees on her chest and hands around her throat, causing her to struggle to breathe.

As officers took him into custody, the illegal alien told the woman that he would return to “kill” her, upon his release from jail. according to the arrest report.

Mondragon-Alvarez has been charged with strangulation, making terroristic threats, assault, criminal mischief, harassment and disorderly conduct. He is currently being held at the Chester County Prison, as he has been unable to post bail.

*As Chester County employs a ‘sanctuary’ policy, if Mondragon-Alvarez is able to come up with 10 percent of his bond, to pay to a bail-bonding service, he will simply be released back onto the streets. This, despite threatening to kill his victim, in the presence of police officers and his immigration status.

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Illegal Aliens Charged With Beating Man To Death In 'Sanctuary City'

PHILADELPHIA, PA - On Sunday, police arrested Omar Arce, 32, and Jose Alberto Flores-Huerta, 32, who were wanted for the beating death of a 28-year-old man.

Arce and Flores-Huerta, along with two other men can be seen on surveillance video kicking and punching Isidro Cortez. At one point, he was repeatedly beaten with a trash can lid.

Police say they got into a verbal altercation at Pat's Steaks with a group of four men wearing Mexico City’s Club America shirts and a brawl ensued. Cortez was beaten to death and his father and friend needed to be hospitalized, police said.

Arce and Flores-Huerta have been charged with murder and attempted murder. Both are being held at the Curran-Fromhold Correctional Facility without bond.

*For the last several years, Philadelphia officials have employed a 'sanctuary' policy, forbidding the police from reporting criminal aliens to ICE for deportation. Of course, the policy has led to even more crime, in a city already awash in violence and mayhem.

Additionally, while this case has been covered extensively by local media outlets, not one has reported on the immigration status of the murder suspects.

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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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