Would a Sane Immigration System Allow a Murderer In?

Another case of allowing criminals to run rampant among American citizens and only after a crime is committed the government acts.

Is this good government?

HOUSTON — An El Salvador man, wanted in his country for aggravated murder, was deported and turned over to officials of El Salvador Nov. 9 by officers with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO).

Edgardo Alfonso Sanchez-Ruiz, 37, was encountered July 25 by officers at the Bellaire Police Department in Texas. While in Bellaire PD custody, the Secure Communities Command Center determined that Sanchez-Ruiz was in the country illegally and he was released into ERO custody July 27.

During ERO processing in Houston, an Interpol fugitive warrant revealed that Sanchez-Ruiz was wanted by El Salvadoran officials for aggravated murder. Sanchez-Ruiz was subsequently ordered removed from the U.S. by an immigration judge Oct. 10.

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