ICE Cuffs Child Predator Freed by Reckless Sanctuary City

In a recent turn of events, the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has made a bold move and nabbed a 21-year-old Honduran national who was accused of committing horrendous child sex crimes. The illegal alien, who allegedly sexually abused a minor in Virginia and produced child pornography, had been freed by an apparent “sanctuary city” in northern Virginia, despite ICE’s request to hold the supposed pedophile.

According to ICE, the Honduran national had illegally entered the United States and was apprehended by the U.S. Border Patrol in 2020. Instead of being promptly deported, the individual was transferred to the custody of the Office of Refugee and Resettlement and later released to his father in Virginia. Shockingly, the Fairfax County Sheriff’s Office charged the illegal immigrant with despicable crimes, including “carnal knowledge of a child” and possession of child sexual abuse material, but they callously ignored ICE’s request to detain the suspect.

Finally, after over six months of being allowed to roam freely, the illegal alien was captured at his home, where he reportedly assaulted an ICE officer during his arrest. The audacity! This criminal was given a notice of custody determination and will remain in ICE custody while the legal proceedings take place.

This incident sheds light on the dangers of so-called “sanctuary” jurisdictions that blatantly disregard ICE detainers and put the public at risk. Cities like Fairfax County, Virginia, have been known to obstruct federal immigration enforcement and release dangerous criminals back into the community, giving them the opportunity to commit more crimes.

Fairfax County, although not officially designated as a “sanctuary” jurisdiction, has essentially acted as such by enacting policies that shield illegal immigrants from potential deportation. The county’s refusal to honor ICE detainers and its explicit ban on local law enforcement’s cooperation with ICE officials have raised serious concerns about public safety.

Furthermore, a similar case involving an MS-13 gang member in Prince George’s County, another “sanctuary” jurisdiction, serves as a grim example of the consequences of not cooperating with federal immigration authorities. This convicted killer was let go despite an ICE detainer, putting the lives of innocent residents at risk.

It’s evident that the current “non-cooperation” policies in these sanctuary jurisdictions are endangering the public and obstructing federal law enforcement efforts. It’s about time these jurisdictions prioritize the safety and well-being of their communities over their political agendas. ICE detainers are a crucial tool in maintaining public safety and preventing dangerous criminals from being released back into our neighborhoods.

Written by Staff Reports

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