Caught at the Border: a Murderer Deported Three Times, Another Three-timer, and a Girl With the Measles

Friday, April 19, 2019
By Paul Martin

by R. Cort Kirkwood
TheNewAmerican.com
Thursday, 18 April 2019

Immigration authorities must deal not just with thousands upon thousands of penniless “migrants” with no place to go and no place to sleep.

They deal with a relentless cadre of criminal illegals who refuse to leave the country, no matter the legal consequences, as well as thoughtless illegal-alien parents who drag sick children on a dangerous journey.

A number of illegals caught this week prove the point. They include a thrice-deported illegal convicted of murder in the United States, a Salvadoran also deported three times, and a child who crossed the border with a contagious disease.

One Murderer, One Drunk
On Tuesday, border agents caught Nahum Rivas-Rivera, 37, near Naco, Arizona.

Except Rivas-Rivera wasn’t one of those illegals we hear so much about, a DREAMer just waiting for his chance to be a good American.

Rather, the first time he came in, he committed first-degree in murder in Baltimore. Authorities convicted him in 2006. He spent a year in prison before immigration authorities deported him.

But Rivas-Rivera wouldn’t let a small thing like a first-degree murder conviction stop him from achieving that dream of becoming a good, law-abiding American. So on Tuesday, border agents collared him for the third time since they booted him out after the murder conviction in 2006.

Now he is charged with felony re-entry. CBP did not disclosed his nationality.

Meanwhile, try as they might, immigration authorities can’t convince a Salvadoran drunk that he’s not supposed to be in the United States.

On Wednesday, federal prosecutors in Texas indicted Jose Eduardo Melara-Carcamo, 33, for re-entering the country illegally for the third time.

On March 20, the cops in Henderson County, Texas, locked him up for public intoxication, Immigration and Customs Enforcement reported. But a “deportation officer with ICE’s Mobile Criminal Alien Team interviewed Melara-Carcamo and determined that he was an alien from El Salvador, and he allegedly was unlawfully present in the United States.”

But that same officer processed Melara-Carcamo for deportation In 2018. “A records check,” ICE reported, “confirmed that Melara had been previously removed three times to El Salvador in 2007, 2013 and 2018. After each removal, he illegally re-entered the United States.”

He faces two years in prison if convicted.

Measles Carrier
Yet dangerous as these two are, they might be less of a public health hazard than a child whom border agents apprehended on Wednesday.

The eight-year-old Guatemalan girl caught at the border with her father, CBP reported, was among 39 illegals who jumped the border at the Colorado River near Yuma, Arizona.

How many of the 39 caught measles we are not given to know, although border agents have quarantined the girl and her father.’

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