While the left remains to beat the drum for open borders, U.S. Border Patrol agents have been working hard to protect American. Families from criminals are illegally entering the country. A previously deported child rapist and a male wanted for murder in his country were amongst the latest to be seized by Border Patrol. Carlos Blancas-Rojas was detained by Tucson Sector Border Patrol officers Wednesday from the Brian A. Terry Station. Concluding he was not only in the U.S. illegally, but he also had a conviction in 2008 from a Washington state court for the Rape of a Child.
The 37-year-old Mexican native has an existing warrant in Washington, and additional background checks exposed that he was previously extradited from the US not once but twice. The second deportation after his felony conviction, Blancas-Rojas is now facing federal felony charges for illegally re-entering the U.S. after being banished as an aggravated felon. If he’s sentenced, he will be looking at up to 20 years in federal prison on American taxpayers’ dime.
Earlier this month, Border Patrol agents also seized a murder suspect from France. The Sierra Blanca Border Patrol Station captured a French citizen who was wanted for murder by Interpol. While leading an inland border security investigation on a passenger bus at the checkpoint which sees more than 10,000 vehicles move through every day. A 30-year-old citizen of France, Marouana Bah was determined to be in the U.S. illegally. He was Also possessing a passport that did not belong to him, according to CBP. A background inquiry revealed his identity and the Interpol warrant for the murder charge from France.
Matthew J. Hudak, Big Bend Sector Chief Patrol Agent, said; “This arrest highlights our law enforcement collaboration, including partnerships well beyond our borders. This wanted foreign criminal attempted to reside in the U.S. illegally and was halted by the amazingly diligent work of our Border Patrol agents.” The sector extends from Sierra Blanca, Texas to Sanderson, Texas, a region of 517 miles along the southwest border that is guarded by Border Patrol agents.
The agency remarked that Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Homeland Security Investigations in Boston took over the investigation and will work with French administrators in sending Bah back to France. Border Patrol and immigration officials have repeatedly sounded the alarm about the situation. They sounded the alarm at the southern U.S. border, echoing President Trump’s warnings though Democrats and the left seem to be in denial.
In just the last few days, Border Patrol officers in the Rio Grande Valley Sector prevented five different efforts to smuggle drugs across the border. Seizing over $1.2 million in narcotics, three smugglers and five bundles of marijuana, weighing over 110 pounds and worth about $91,000, were taken by Fort Brown agents. While another 680 pounds of cannabis worth an estimated $546,000 were obtained by Rio Grande City, Texas agents a few days later. Related seizures have been made in other Texas cities, including Garciasville, Brownsville, and Bluetown.
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