President Joe Biden’s Department of Homeland Security (DHS) reportedly allowed an illegal alien MS-13 gang member to enter the country when he arrived at the southern border and is now suspected of killing 20-year-old Kayla Hamilton in Aberdeen, Maryland, last summer.
The Aberdeen Police Department apprehended a 17-year-old illegal immigrant MS-13 Gang member in connection with Kayla Hamilton’s murder. He is expected to face first-degree murder charges. The suspect’s complete identification has not been made public by police.
Hamilton was murdered by strangulation in July 2022, according to authorities. Hamilton’s relatives stated that she had lately relocated to Aberdeen with her 22-year-old boyfriend. Police claim that the illegal alien’s DNA matched evidence obtained at the crime site.
Officials from ICE verified to police that the suspect is an illegal immigrant from El Salvador who is included in the country’s MS-13 gang database.
Former ICE employee Jon Feere of the Center for Immigration Studies alleges that Biden’s DHS discharged the illegal immigrant suspect as an Unaccompanied Alien Child (UAC) from the border into the United States’ interior.
Thousands of UACs are released straight into American neighborhoods each year after arriving at the southern border.
For example, approximately 123,000 UACs were released into the United States’ interior in Fiscal Year 2021, a 700 percent increase over Fiscal Year 2020, while former President Donald Trump was in power.
In Fiscal Year 2021, 66 percent of individuals released into the United States’ interior were men, and 92 percent were from Guatemala, Honduras, or El Salvador. Similarly, 72 percent were between the ages of 15 to 17, the ideal recruitment age for gangs like MS-13.
Hamilton is survived by her parents, Sean Weakley and Tammy Nobles, as well as her stepfather, Jeremiah Nobles; her sister and brother, Emma Nobles and Christopher Mack; and several uncles, aunts, cousins, and friends.
Angel Families, comprised of Americans whose loved ones were slain by illegal immigrant suspects, have created organizations around the country to assist others in similar situations and to fight for more interior immigration enforcement to guarantee such avoidable atrocities do not occur.
The illegal alien is still being held at the Harford County Detention Center.