Skip to comments.El Paso Border Patrol agents arrest MS-13 gang member previously deported 4 times (El Salvador)
Posted on 07/14/2018 8:05:14 AM PDT by george76
EL PASO, Texas - U.S. Border Patrol Agents in the El Paso sector arrested two MS-13 gang members this week.
Early Sunday morning, Border Patrol agents working at the Texas Highway 62/180 checkpoint in between El Paso and Carlsbad began tracking a group of nine subjects attempting to walk around the checkpoint.
Border Patrol agents caught up to the group after about four hours of trailing them through the desert. The people in the group admitted to entering the U.S. illegally
one of the men in the group as 25-year-old William Amaya-Ortiz, an active member of the Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13) gang...
Amaya-Ortiz had extensive criminal history in Denver, Colorado and the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
Amaya-Ortiz, a citizen of El Salvador, has previously been deported from the U.S. four times and had multiple convictions for crimes ranging from assault to DWI.
In an unrelated event, another MS-13 Gang Member was also arrested by U.S. Border Patrol agents... 30-year-old Oscar Armando Amaya-Martinez. Amaya-Martinez is a citizen of El Salvador and hadpreviously been arrested in El Salvador and charged with two counts of Extortion.
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The drug-runners have almost unlimited funds to keep sending their soldiers north.
Lock the SOB up and keep him in prison for the rest of his natural life.
Four times? Whoops! Quadruple amputee.
Terminate with extreme prejudice.
$.17 9mm round, and that problem is solved perminantly
Both are sanctuary cities. Why wasn't this guy in prison? He should do his time and then deport him. We need the wall to make sure that guys like him don't come back.
The basic statutory maximum penalty for reentry after deportation is a fine under title 18, imprisonment for not more than 2 years, or both. ... Moreover, if deportation was subsequent to conviction for an aggravated felony, the statutory maximum term of imprisonment is 20 years.
Deport the animals.
They have more people than we have funds to imprison them. How about we just put them on a boat and let them off on the southern tip of South America?
They did that already. 4 times!
They did that already. 4 times!
Lock up Pelosi & Feinstein with them, so they can realize ‘there IS such a thing as MS-13’.
Lock the SOB up and keep him in prison for the rest of his natural life.”””
Such actions put a terrible strain on USA taxpayers. WHY should we support this criminal for the rest of his life? Our prisons are better than his freedom in Central America.
Kill them all now.
Why not sentence these “repeat deportees” to 20 years in a new ALASKAN prison before their “next” deportations?
If that prison is far enough from settled areas, then grizzlies and wolves can serve as “prison guards”.
Hmmm... Predators watching predators.
Sounds like “justice” to me.
Since they like tattoos, tattoo a penis on his face and send him home.
Make this a standard treatment for MS-13 caught in this country.
>>Amaya-Ortiz had extensive criminal history in Denver, Colorado and the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
3 strikes you are out unless you are an illegal alien and then you are free to go, no jail, no fines, no prosecution, sorry to both you, kind sir
How about putting them in jail instead of deporting them?
Many years ago, a woman bragged that she’d crossed over at McAllen, TX over 400 times. Bet she’s tripled that number by now. We need to hire a bunch more BP, arm them with real ammo and order them to not allow anyone to cross.
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