In a report that went largely glossed over by the establishment press, an illegal alien hailing from Honduras broke into a Florida home over the weekend and attempted to sexually assault a young child, a case underscoring the fact that criminal elements are actively exploiting the United States’ lax immigration laws.
Last Saturday, police arrested 47-year-old Pampilio Alvarado Flores, a Honduran citizen living illegally in Orlando, after he allegedly broke into the home of an acquaintance “and sexually assaulted a child while his parents and siblings slept nearby,” reported NBC local affiliate WESH.
Upon hearing the sound of a diaper being opened, the child’s father woke up, grabbed a machete and chased Flores, who took off running down the street.
“[T]hat guy’s lucky to be alive,” a neighbor told WESH. “As far as I can see the man don’t deserve no liberty at all.”
An ICE public affairs officer revealed to Infowars that Flores had been deported from the United States twice before, once in 2001 and again in 2008.
He now faces three criminal charges, lewd or lascivious molestation, burglary, and sexual battery on a child, a crime which could put him behind bars for life.
The incident comes amid reports that the Obama administration violated federal law when it released some 600 detained illegal immigrants “whom had criminal convictions” within the past year.
Additionally, “at least two-dozen ‘aliens’ were released by Immigration and Customs Enforcement even though they were in a ‘mandatory detention category’ (After an internal review, ICE later redetained them.),” writes former CBS reporter Sharyl Attkisson.
“This report provides more evidence that our nation’s immigration laws are being flagrantly disregarded,” Okla. Sen. Tom Coburn stated following the report’s release. “Americans need to be assured the problems within ICE that led to the dangerous release of illegal aliens will be fixed and DHS and ICE will never again violate the law by releasing known criminals into our streets.”
Two weeks ago Infowars documented the shooting death of off-duty Border Patrol officer Javier Vega, Jr. in South Texas, who died while trying to defend his family from two illegal alien bandits attempting to hijack his vehicle. It later emerged that, between the two illegals, they had been already deported a total of six times.
In July, we also reported on the murder of a homeless man in Suitland, Maryland, who was beaten and stabbed to death by six illegal alien gang members outside of a shopping center after merely getting into an argument with a young woman.
While the release of criminal illegals poses a huge risk to national security, border agents patrolling the nation’s porous southern border are also struggling to capture other foreign criminal elements who prefer to enter the country undetected.
“…The aliens that are getting away are not the juveniles or the family units because they are turning themselves in at the first sight of agents,” a border agent who works in the RGV Sector said in an email to Infowars. “The ones we are losing are convicted felons, aliens from special interest countries, and other high risk individuals. We are so overwhelmed and preoccupied by the flood of juveniles and family units that we cannot use our resources to catch the more serious aliens.”