Illegal Alien Who Fled Child Molestation Charges Caught Crossing Border

An illegal alien with a sordid criminal history who previously lived in Georgia was captured by U.S. Border Patrol agents attempting to re-enter the United States.

“Marcos Jose-Jose, 53, was booked into the Hall County Jail Sunday, three weeks after U.S. Border Patrol agents caught him illegally crossing back into the U.S.,” according to FOX5.

Jose-Jose is a Guatemalan national who fled the law after being charged with a litany of crimes in 2016.

“Jose-Jose was indicted by a Hall County grand jury in June 2016 on charges of child molestation and trafficking a person for sexual servitude,” the report said. “He had been on the run until border patrol agents caught him on March 24. After running his fingerprints and running a criminal background, federal agents handed him over to the El Paso Police Department to await extradition back to Gainesville.”

Law enforcement said that he was traveling with his 10-year-old son, who has been placed in protective custody.

As another criminal illegal alien is taken off the streets to face serious charges, gridlock on border security persists in Washington, D.C. Neither party has been able to move the ball forward on protecting Americans from invasion.

Big League Politics reported:

As illegal border crossings surge, Democrats blocked a meaningful amount of wall funding in the 2019 federal budget. President Donald J. Trump declared a National Emergency to address the issue, with plans to diver Department of Defense funding for the project, for which several heavily-blue states immediately sued his administration.

In addition to failing to deliver wall funding during 2017 and 2018, 12 Republican Senators voted against the president’s emergency wall funding, including Sens. Mitt Romney (R-Utah), Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), and Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska).

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