Murderer from El Salvador Wades Across Rio Grande to Enter U.S.

The toleration of illegal immigration is an open invitation to the undesirables of Latin America.

EL PASO, Texas — Officers with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) Tuesday deported a man from El Salvador who was wanted for aggravated homicide in his home country.

Edwin Rene Sanchez-Canjura, 49, was escorted by ERO officers Sept. 11 on an ICE-chartered flight coordinated by ICE Air Operations bound for El Salvador International Airport.

Sanchez-Canjura is wanted by the National Civil Police in San Salvador, El Salvador, for a 2011 homicide. Sanchez-Carnjura was turned over to El Salvadoran authorities at the airport.

Sanchez-Canjura entered the country illegally Sept. 7, 2011, by wading across the Rio Grande at El Paso, Texas. Agents with U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s Border Patrol arrested him shortly after he crossed into the United States.

On Jan. 19, 2012, a federal immigration judge ordered Sanchez-Canjura to be deported. All the appeals Sanchez-Canjura filed regarding his deportation were denied.

Yes, the Border Patrol caught this guy, but how many criminal aliens do they miss?

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