A Venezuelan man in the United States on an expired visa has been arrested for allegedly murdering his ex-girlfriend and dumping her body on the side of the road in a neighboring state.
“Javier da Silva was nabbed by detectives from both New York and Connecticut after he used an ATM card belonging to the victim, Valerie Reyes, to withdraw cash from her account, according to the Greenwich, Conn., Police Department,” The New York Post said.
Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is reportedly “looking into” da Silva’s immigration status. While being questioned, he reportedly “admitted a role in the death of Valerie Reyes” according to authorities.
Reyes, who was 24, was found dead on the morning of Feb.5, stuffed in a suitcase and dropped on the side of the road.
“Da Silva is expected to appear in White Plains federal court Tuesday afternoon because Reyes’ death and the dumping of her body crossed state lines,” the report said.
It is unclear what the exact charges will be.
Many Democrats have argued that building a border wall is impractical because about half of the illegal aliens residing in the United States are here on overstayed visas. The latter problem, of course, could be addressed with stricter laws and enforcement of visas.
Democrats do not want that, though. Instead, they believe that every person who steps foot inside the United States has an absolute right to live here for life.
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Arrests at U.S Southern Border Surged 40% in Month of June
They’re infiltrating the borders again.
Arrest of illegal aliens at the U.S-Mexico border surged by 40% in the month of June, suggesting that human traffickers and border crossers are seeking to infiltrate the borders of the United States once again after a lull during the coronavirus pandemic.
Acting Customs and Border Patrol Chief Mark Morgan called the increase in border crossings concerning. He described a danger to public health from the free movement of aliens across the southern border, citing the rise in crossings as a need for a border wall. “It is imperative that we continue to build the border wall system and enforce CDC policies aimed at protecting the health of Americans.”
Border arrests during the coronavirus pandemic had been the lowest in number in at least a decade, as the pandemic in the United States and Mexico largely placed the illegal movements of people at a halt. The Department of Homeland Security has also implemented special ‘expulsion’ procedures to quickly return illegal aliens to their countries of origin without involving the byzantine and slow-moving immigration court system, which migrants often exploit with dubious claims of persecution in their home countries to claim asylum.
Seizures of hard drugs such as cocaine and fentanyl coming across the border have also increased by a significant percentage, indicating that international drug smuggling organizations are back in business after halting due to coronavirus.
State of emergency ‘expulsion’ powers afforded to CBP allows the agency to return most illegal aliens across the border within two hours.
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