Agents from Customs and Border Patrol are spending extra hours to attempt to find all of the unauthorized immigrants entering the US at the moment. Some dangerous individuals nonetheless manage to elude capture and cause havoc in American communities, despite the fact that authorities apprehend and deport many offenders to Mexico.
There may now be an instance when federal investigators apprehended a probable dangerous gang member but had to release him to his aunt in Maryland rather than send him back. Now that investigators believe an MS-13 member killed a young lady last summer, Republicans are looking for explanations.
An individual thought to be a member of the MS-13 gang was detained at the border but was ultimately freed and allowed to enter the US alone. Later, in January 2023, police detained this man on suspicion that he had slain Kayla Hamilton, a 20-year-old Aberdeen, Maryland, resident with autism. On July 27, 2002, she apparently suffered a rape and a strangulation.
Inbox: @JudiciaryGOP will conduct an investigation into the murder of Kayla Hamilton. Police suspect she was strangled to death by an unaccompanied minor who was a member of MS-13. https://t.co/M0urWanVBa— Hayden Sparks (@HaydenJSparks) February 28, 2023
The unidentified El Salvadorian suspect is accused of robbery in addition to first-degree murder and rape.
Republicans in Congress are requesting an explanation from Xavier Becerra, the secretary of health and human services (HHS), and Alejandro Mayorkas, the secretary of homeland security.
House Representatives Jim Jordan (R-OH) and Tom McClintock (R-CA) wrote to federal officials on February 27 requesting details regarding the suspected gang member’s past arrests and the investigation process. They requested an answer back by March 13.
This development comes as the Office of Refugee Resettlement reported 128,904 referrals for the 2022 Fiscal Year and 122,731 for the year prior. The office helps match unaccompanied youngsters with sponsors in the United States.
In Fiscal Year 2020, they only received 15,381 recommendations. Residents can only hope that since the number of these children entering the country illegally hasn’t increased as significantly as it has.