These illegal aliens should have never been in the U.S., but Biden let them in, and here are the atrocities they’ve committed

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Violent crime is horrible enough when it is a U.S. Citizen perpetrating it.

But there is something especially bad when the government allows the perpetrators in.

Now this newly released data shows that Biden’s border policies are making the U.S. a major importer of violent criminals.

Illegals charged in police shooting and death of toddler

The recent suspects in a Washington, D.C. police shooting and the separate, unrelated death of a 2-year-old in Maryland were illegal aliens, according to Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials.

Earlier this month, 2-year-old Jeremy Poou-Caceres was killed when he and his mother were caught in the crossfire of a violent incident that took place in Prince George’s County, Maryland.

Little Jeremy’s mother was also hurt but sustained non-life-threatening injuries.

The suspect, Nilson Noel Trejo-Granados, is an illegal alien from El Salvador, according to a statement from ICE, and unfortunately, he is still on the loose at the time of publishing.

Trejo-Granados was arrested twice in Montgomery County, MD, in 2023, yet local officials ignored the ICE detainer on him not once, but twice, ICE stated.

In a separate incident, three Metropolitan Police Department Officers were injured in an altercation as they attempted to serve a warrant in early February.

Stephen Clause Rattigan, the suspect in that incident, was confirmed to be an illegal alien from Jamaica who had previously been deported but then re-entered the U.S. illegally.

Rattigan was accused of shooting the D.C. police officers on Valentine’s Day after they arrived at his residence to serve a warrant for animal cruelty.

ICE says that Rattigan was deported, but he somehow managed to sneak back into the U.S..

These confirmations from ICE are shocking revelations that come amid growing backlash over a spate of violent crimes that have been committed by illegal aliens across the country.

The death of University of Georgia student Laken Riley put the issue back in the national spotlight after authorities charged Jose Antonio Ibarra, another illegal alien, with her murder.

Ibarra, who is a Venezuelan national, entered the country illegally in 2022 but secured parole, according to records from ICE.

Some shocking statistics

While the nefarious crimes committed by illegal aliens are starting to make the headlines, the statistics about actual conviction rates are equally shocking.

According to a study by Alex Nowrasteh at The Cato Institute, the homicide conviction rate for illegal aliens is quite low when compared to that of Americans.

His research found that homicide convictions among illegals were 2.4 per 100,000 in 2015 – that’s lower than the homicide conviction rate of 2.8 per 100,000 for native-born American citizens.

And those statistics don’t tell the whole story since the numbers were gleaned from almost a decade ago.

All criminals should face justice regardless of their immigration status.

However, these new revelations about violent crime are finally putting the focus on those who have committed such acts while also being within our borders illegally.

Informed American will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.