Illegal Alien Deported 6 Times Is Suspected of Brutally Killing Homeless Men in California

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Ramon Escobar, an illegal alien from El Savador, was arrested by police in Santa Monica after he alleged left a homeless man unconscious Monday morning.

Escobar, who has already been deported from the U.S. a grand total six times between 1997 and 2011 according to Fox 26, is suspected of pummeling homeless men with a baseball bat in downtown Los Angeles. Two men were killed while the third was left critically injured, according to the Los Angeles Times.

This type of incident leads us to ask the inevitable question: how was it that Escobar was able to return to the U.S. after being deported - six times, no less? According to CBS News, “The El Salvador-native has a long criminal history, including six felony convictions for burglary and illegal re-entry, but U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement released him from custody after Escobar won an appeal in immigration court in 2016.”

Because immigration records are not often public, there was no information on how he won the appeal.

With all the talk from the Left on getting rid of ICE, you would think this would be a reason to reconsider such a suggestion.

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