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Three Suspected Illegal Aliens Arrested in Alleged Prostitution Ring Bust

More preventable crime.

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Three illegal aliens living in Louisiana have been arrested and charged with various crimes after police busted what they believe to be a prostitution ring.

“St. Tammany Parish Sheriff’s deputies were dispatched on April 17 to a home on Cherry Street in Slidell after receiving a report of a home invasion and attempted kidnapping,” according to WLL4. “The attempted kidnapping victim pointed deputies to three men sitting in a car outside the residence. She said one of the men, identified as 27-year-old Enrique Pacheco-Ayuso, entered the home armed with a gun and tried to force her into the vehicle.”

Police then turned their attention to the vehicle, occupied by three men, including Pacheco-Ayuso. They found cocaine and a firearm inside.

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“Pacheco-Ayuso was arrested on multiple felony charges including attempted kidnapping,” the report said. “The other two occupants of the vehicle, 24-year-old Juan Zavala and 19-year-old Josadac Gomez-Bonilla, were arrested and booked on firearm and drug charges.”

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After further investigation, victim of the attempted kidnapping, a 45-year-old woman named Tammy Faye, was involved in a prostitution ring with the Pacheco-Ayuso. She was arrested on human trafficking charges, and the same charges were levied against Pacheco-Ayuso on top of his previous charges.

According to the report, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is involved in the investigation, which means that the suspects are likely illegal aliens.

Despite the many violent crimes committed by illegals on American soil, the esteemed elected officials in Washington, D.C., have done little to close the United States’ wide open borders.

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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 divert 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).

Tuesday, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) released a video showing human smugglers easily sneaking a woman and her child across the border in southern Arizona.


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Supreme Court Overturns NY Cuomo’s Coronavirus Restrictions on Houses of Worship

Religious freedom restored.

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The US Supreme Court has overturned New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s coronavirus restrictions on houses of worship, preventing the state from enforcing limits on attendance at religious services.

The decision was reached by a 5-4 ruling on Wednesday night, with recently-confirmed Associate Justice Amy Coney Barrett proving to be a decisive vote on overruling the restrictions. Bush administration appointee John Roberts joined progressive judges in voting to allow Cuomo to restrict attendance at religious services.

The ruling justices issued a majority opinion which identified the religious restrictions as a violation of the First Amendment not otherwise applied to “essential” businesses.

Cuomo’s 10 and 25-person occupancy restrictions were decided to “single out houses of worship for especially harsh treatment,” with justices pointing to a lack of restrictions on other institutions. Catholics of the Diocese of Brooklyn and Orthodox Jews had united in a lawsuit challenging the restrictions, which New York has recently sought to walk back of its own accord. Andrew Cuomo had applied no such restrictions to arbitrary businesses allowed to open, such as acupuncture and nail salons. Meanwhile, religious organizations have been required to turn away worshipers at their doors.

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It’s not up to governors to dictate to American citizens whether or not they can attend religious services. Some things are simply best determined by personal conscience, as opposed to governmental mandates.

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