G. McConway
December 30, 2022

Twice-deported MS-13 Gang Member Arrested in Virginia

One of the most wanted men in Salvador has managed to get into this country three times now.

Herberth Bonilla-Garcia, 40, was again captured by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's department of Enforcement and Removal Operations on December 1.

How Many Times?

Assistant Field Office Director Erik Weiss of ERO Washington, D.C. stated, "Herberth Bonilla-Garcia has a history of unlawfully entering the U.S. and this time he apparently did so to escape justice in his home country.

"The United States is not a safe haven for the world's criminals."

In 2015, El Salvador issued a warrant for Bonilla-Garcia for suspicion of illicit association and aggravated extortion.

On October 14, there was a tip given to authorities that Bonilla-Garcia was in Virginia.

This is a man that had made it across the border two times previously, having been deported in 2006 and 2012.

So, how did he get past Border Patrol again if the border is not open?

El Salvador President Nayib Bukele had been cracking down on MS-13 for months, with his emergency powers recently having been extended to continue the assault against what may be the most dangerous gang in the world.

MS-13 is more or less running the country, charging street taxes on every business you can imagine as well as blatantly conducting murders in the streets.

El Salvador has never exactly been a picnic, but a recent surge in murders is what led lawmakers to grant emergency powers for the recent crackdown.

Now more gang members are fleeing to the United States, where they are clearly slipping through the cracks.

This alone is a reason for Biden to lock down the border, but he just does not care. All one needs to realize this is to look at the streets of our border towns and reports such as this, where notorious criminals are somehow part of the "gotaway" crowd.

Source: Fox News

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