Illegal Migrant Committed Murder While Wearing Ankle Monitor

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(BrightPress.org) – An illegal immigrant from Venezuela who mercilessly assaulted and killed a 12-year-old girl, Jocelyn Nungaray, was wearing an ankle monitor at the time of committing the heinous crime.

On the fateful day, two illegal aliens, Johan Jose Martinez-Rangel and Franklin Jose Pena Ramos, asked directions from Nungaray and managed to lure her under a bridge, where they tied her up before sexually assaulting her and eventually strangling her to death.

According to the ICE officials, Ramos was detained by the border security when he entered the country illegally at an “unknown location.” He was later released and asked to wear the ankle bracelet tracked by the ICE.

During a press conference, a reporter grilled DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas that one of the murderers had his ankle monitor installed, on which the secretary argued that his department follows a comprehensive vetting process before allowing illegal immigrants to enter the country. The timing of these comments did not sit well with netizens, who slammed Mayorkas over his incompetence.

Some people questioned the efficiency of the vetting procedure and asked that any such system that is allowing rapists and murderers into the country is completely flawed. Others noted that the very presence of the ankle monitor suggested that the murderer was a threat to society, but he was still allowed to roam freely.

Meanwhile, when Republicans raised concerns over Nungaray‚Äôs murder, progressive Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib and MSNBC’s Joy Reid laughed and called it “fear-mongering.”

Mayorkas’s so-called vetting process has also come under scrutiny after it was reported that nearly 400 individuals connected to the ISIS-related human smuggling network have managed to cross the southern border to enter mainland America.

The judge has set the bail of $10 million for Ramos, and even if he submits the bond, he will remain under house arrest with a GPS monitor as the judge fears that he has a “near zero” possibility of returning to the court if he is released.

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