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Cops Arrest Illegal Trying To Enter US with Fake Daughter He Kept Around To Rape

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Immigration and Customs Enforcement needs to be disbanded — at least that’s the claim of countless Democrats right now.

At the same time, the left is also insisting that temporarily detaining and vetting people who are illegally pouring into the country is immoral. The open borders crowd seems strangely silent when the real situation along the border is exposed, however.

A chilling example from Texas suggests that opening the flood gates, no questions asked, may not be such a smart idea after all.

On Tuesday, the Department of Homeland Security reported that they had arrested an illegal alien on several counts of rape, after a girl he claimed was his daughter and brought with him to enter the United States was revealed to not be related in any way.

Instead, it appears that the girl was essentially being used as a sex slave. It’s a disturbing case that confirms what ICE — which reports to DHS — has been saying for months.

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“A DHS official noted that the illegal alien, Ramon Pedro, arrived with a young girl he claimed was his daughter at the Ysleta Port of Entry in Texas in mid-April,” explained The Daily Caller.

Immigration authorities looked into Pedro and his “daughter” after they underwent tuberculosis testing last month. As officials asked routine questions, they realized that the male and the girl were not related, and she was being sexually abused.

“In fact, the victim’s mother told her daughter to accompany Pedro to the United States and he would secure her employment,” stated one immigration official, according to The Caller.

“(O)n July 27, 2018, the Huron Police Department arrested him for multiple felony offenses for rape, oral copulation, forcible sexual penetration and endangering/causing injury to a child,” authorities continued. “He is currently detained in Fresno County Jail on a $310,000 bond.”

Do you think disbanding ICE would lead to a spike in immigration-related crimes?

Remember, these officials who were able to recognize and stop the repeated and brutal rape of a young girl are the same ones the left wants disbanded.

The tactic of human smugglers and sex traffickers claiming to be the parents of unrelated children has been known for some time, but largely ignored by the mainstream media.

“We … separate a parent and child if the adult is suspected of human trafficking,” explained Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Michele Nielsen in June, around the peak of the controversy over unaccompanied minors.

“There have been cases where minors have been used and trafficked by unrelated adults in an effort to avoid detention,” she continued.

“I’ll stop here to say that in the last five months, we’ve had a 314 percent increase in adults and children arriving at the border fraudulently claiming to be a family unit,” Nielsen continued. “This is, obviously, of concern.”

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That means that in all likelihood, many other innocent girls are being dragged across the border right now. Human traffickers and rapists have discovered that they can use false parental claims to their advantage … and it looks like the anti-ICE left is currently playing right into their sick hands.

It is possible to be both sympathetic to actual refugees, and concerned about America’s welcome mat being exploited by criminals for disturbing purposes.

Common sense says to check who is at your door, and whether they are who they claim to be, before giving them total access to your house and your family.

Perhaps if the left put that common sense to use in the immigration debate, far fewer young girls would end up exploited and hurt.

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Benjamin Arie is an independent journalist and writer. He has personally covered everything ranging from local crime to the U.S. president as a reporter in Michigan before focusing on national politics. Ben frequently travels to Latin America and has spent years living in Mexico.




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