News about crimes committed in the United States by illegal immigrants who’ve made it across our southern border has been overshadowed by Marxist Black Lives Matter/Antifa protests and the renewed panic over the Chinese coronavirus. President Trump, however, hasn’t forgotten about the campaign promise he made in 2016 and has remained laser-focused in his quest to reduce the amount of crime we import from other countries. He regularly shows his support for ICE and local law enforcement and as recently as Monday shared an image of the progress he’s made to secure our “dangerous open” southern borders by sharing images the wall he promised to build on Twitter.
For families who’ve been victims of illegal aliens in America, the wall can’t come fast enough…
Breitbart reports – A border crosser released into the United States as an “Unaccompanied Alien Child” (UAC) has been arrested for allegedly raping a 12-year-old girl.
Linder Meza-Garcia, an 18-year-old UAC who crossed the U.S.-Mexico border illegally, was arrested and charged with two counts of second-degree rape in Montgomery County, Maryland, according to ABC7 News’s Kevin Lewis.
WJLA reports – Per ICE, U.S. Border Patrol encountered Meza-Garcia in April 2019, after he illegally entered the U.S. as an unaccompanied minor. Two months later, federal authorities released the then 17-year-old Honduran national to a family member living in Maryland.
According to court documents, Linder Meza-Garcia, 18, of Silver Spring, Md., snuck into his 12-year-old “girlfriend’s” Silver Spring house at least four times. In three of those instances, the two engaged in sexual intercourse, police allege. On May 12, the girl’s mother found Meza-Garcia hiding in her middle-school-age daughter’s closet. It was 2 a.m.
“During an interview with [detectives], Victim A disclosed that she let Linder Meza-Garcia into her room through a window and they had vaginal intercourse,” authorities wrote in court filings, further noting that the sexual relationship spanned a few months.
Investigators interviewed Meza-Garcia, who reportedly confessed to having “vaginal intercourse” with the 12-year-old girl.
On June 16, Montgomery County Police arrested the 18-year-old and charged him with two counts of second-degree rape. On June 17, ICE’s Baltimore Field Office lodged a civil immigration detainer against Meza-Garcia. That same day, a Montgomery County District Court judge granted Meza-Garcia a $10,000 unsecured personal bond.
MCDC called ICE and alerted them to Meza-Garcia’s imminent release. Unlike in the case of Ramos-Hernandez, ICE managed to make it to the jail but agents were not granted access to the secure sally port. Instead, ICE apprehended the accused child rapist in the jail parking lot.
Meza-Garcia had a pending immigration hearing and now faces up to 40 years in prison in the child rape case.