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Migrants With Serious Criminal Convictions Arrested at Border

via U.S. Border Patrol Chief Jason Owens
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Border Patrol agents arrested several illegal migrants with serious criminal convictions, including a murder convict and six felony child sex offenders.

Chief Jason Owens reported these arrests and highlighted the dangerous criminal backgrounds of the individuals.

“These gangs (Paisas, MS-13, etc.) are involved w/murder, extortion, narcotics, weapons/human trafficking & prostitution,” Owens wrote on X.

The criminals had convictions for homicide, manslaughter, shooting with intent to kill, robbery, and felony sex offenses.

Owens emphasized the threat posed by these individuals and the need for border patrol.

“This is a threat to our safety and why we need agents patrolling the border,” Owens wrote.

Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas is facing impeachment over his handling of the border, and the number of illegal immigrants on the non-detained docket has increased significantly.

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