Multiple MS-13 Gang Members Caught Sneaking Into The U.S. Using Caravans At The Open Southern Border

U.S. Border Patrol caught “5 gang members in 7 days,” according to The Daily Wire.

MS-13 is a violent gang. MS-13 has been using caravans to smuggle illegal aliens into the U.S. border.

U.S. Border Patrol Agent Chief Matthew Hudak tweeted, “5 gang members in 7 days! #Laredo Sector #USBP agents arrested a total of 5 gang members in the last week, including an #ms13 & two 18th Street gang members. They attempt to evade arrest by exploiting the influx of migrants attempting to enter our country.”

The MS-13 originated in Central America and have been known for committing murders in multiple east coast states, prominently New York.

The Biden Administration needs to take control of the Southern Border crisis.

From The Daily Wire:

The MS-13 and 18th Street gangs are both violent gangs originating from Central America. They have also entered the U.S., committing murders in multiple East Coast states, most prominently New York. Two years ago, Suffolk County, New York, authorities said they had pretty much eliminated the gang from the area.

The Daily Wire has reported previously on the violence caused by the gangs in the U.S. In January 2020, a member of the MS-13 gang who had been deported five times previously was apprehended once again. The gang member had a history of drug offenses, grand theft auto, theft, and burglary.

One of the most prominent stories involving the gang involved attacking a man and his friends with a machete. As The Daily Wire reported:

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Manuel Amaya-Alvarez, a 22-year-old El Salvadorian national who was in the U.S. illegally, was sentenced to 20 years on November 14, according to a press release from the Department of Justice (DOJ). Amaya-Alvarez was one of several MS-13 gang members involved in the attack, which resulted in serious physical injuries to two men and the death of a female.

Amaya-Alvarez admitted in September 2017 that he and his fellow gang members planned to “take out” four individuals at the Running Bear Park just outside of Dallas, in Irving, Texas. Members of the gang lured a man they believed was part of a rival gang to the park, claiming they wanted to purchase his tattoo machine. When the man arrived at the park with two other men and a woman, Amaya-Alvarez and another gang member greeted the group.



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