Mexican Murderer, Deported for the Fourth Time
Yes, that’s right. A man wanted for murder in Mexico, had crossed our border three times before. Open borders encourages criminals to flee to the United States. Are you okay with this?
ALEXANDRIA, La. — A Mexican citizen wanted on a murder charge in his home country was removed from the United States Sept. 12 by officers with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO).
An ICE Air Operations charter flight transported Reynaldo Reyes-Alejandro, 26, from Alexandria to Harlingen, Texas. From there, ERO officers escorted him to the border where he was transferred to Mexican law enforcement custody. ERO officers took Reyes-Alejandro into custody Aug. 29 following his release from federal prison after he served six months for illegally re-entering the United States in February. ERO previously removed him in March 2012, June 2011 and March 2010.
“Violent criminals and egregious immigration violators are among the highest priorities for ICE enforcement. ICE will continue to focus its resources on identifying, arresting and removing individuals who pose the greatest risk to our communities,” said Trey Lund, field office director for ERO New Orleans.