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THANKS JOE: 12-Year-Old Girl Murdered By Illegal Alien, Entered United States Weeks Ago

Houston police have apprehended two migrants from Venezuela, Johan Jose Rangel Martinez, 21, and Franklin Jose Pena Ramos, 26, in connection with the brutal murder of a 12-year-old, Jocelyn Nungaray. The suspects allegedly lured Jocelyn from her home, strangled her, and dumped her body in a bayou.

According to Department of Homeland Security (DHS) sources, Pena Ramos crossed the border illegally on May 28 and was released into the US after claiming fear for his life if returned to Venezuela. He was given a GPS tracker, which expired after 21 days, and was living with his cousin in Houston until his court appearance in July.

Surveillance footage identified the suspects following Jocelyn into a convenience store before her body was discovered in a swampy creek by a local resident. The two migrants were arrested at their apartment complex, where they lived as roommates.

This case follows a series of high-profile crimes involving migrants who entered the country illegally, including the assault of a 13-year-old girl in a Bronx park and the murder of a Maryland mother of five. The suspects in these cases had been previously ordered removed or deported but remained in the US.

(YWN World Headquarters – NYC)

7 Responses

  1. It is interesting that YWN chooses to use the politically correct euphemism “migrant” rather than the more factual “illegal immigrant.” The phrase “migrants who entered the country illegally” is a contradiction in terms.

  2. And many thanks to trump and his maga congressional allies who wouldn’t back the bipartisan border bill because it might make Joe look good. Was it worth it?

  3. Impeached democrat operative Alejandro Mayorkas testified under oath that our southern border is secure. If you disagree with him, you will be arrested by fellow democrat operative, held in contempt, Merrick Garland, for disinformation.

  4. Ari Knobler, you are wrong. The English language does not belong to you, and you are not entitled to redefine its terms to suit your wishes. In English a migrant is anyone who moves from one country to another; it has nothing to do with whether the migration complies with any laws in either country. Every migrant is an emigrant from the country he left, and an immigrant to the country he entered. Some migrants are legal, and some illegal. That’s why you can have such a thing as an “illegal immigrant”. According to you illegal immigrants are not immigrants at all, so how can they be illegal immigrants?

    Your position is exactly as ridiculous as claiming there can be no such thing as an illegal driver, because the term “driver” applies only to those driving legally. Someone driving illegally is not a driver at all, so he can’t be an illegal driver, and instead some made-up term must be used. Now that is obvious nonsense, because a driver is anyone who gets behind a car’s wheel, without regard to whether he is legally entitled to do so. An unlicensed driver, an untrained driver, a driver who is speeding, etc., are all drivers, just illegal ones. And in the same way someone crossing a border illegally is a migrant, just an illegal one.

  5. rt is up to his usual Democrat lies. There was nothing “bipartisan” about that bill, and the Republicans rightly rejected it because it would do the exact opposite of closing the border. It would have guaranteed millions of aliens a year free entry to the USA, and would not have guaranteed any limit at all on immigration. No bill at all is better than such a bill.

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