ICE Boots Out Twice-Deported MS-13 Gang Member Wanted for Muder

Immigration officers in San Antonio, Texas, have booted out a twice-deported MS-13 gang member wanted in his home country for killing three people in El Salvador.

This sicko also has a criminal history in the U.S. and should’ve never been here in the first place.

Law and order is finally back in America.

Obama probably would have tried to keep his little “dreamer” here.

From Breitbart

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) officers handed Santiago Humberto Rodriguez-Aparicio, 41, over to Salvadoran law enforcement officials. The officers flew the MS-13 Salvadoran gang member on a charter flight coordinated by the ICE Air Operations Unit (IAO), information provided to Breitbart Texas by ICE officials indicated.

Officials from El Salvador issued a warrant for Rodriguez-Aparicio arrest and extradition that accuses the gang member of participating in a shooting that left three people dead. He is charged with aggravated homicide and discharging a firearm.

“ICE has a long history of working cooperatively with international law enforcement agencies to effect removals and ensure that fugitive aliens are returned to face justice,” San Antonio ERO Field Director Daniel Bible said in a written statement obtained by Breitbart Texas.

“ICE combines our unique immigration enforcement authorities and our international partnerships to help protect our communities from criminal aliens who pose a public safety threat.”

Rodriguez-Aparicio’s criminal activities are not limited to his home country of El Salvador. In February 2007, an immigration judge ordered the Salvadoran national removed from the U.S. ERO officers in Phoenix facilitated the deportation.

Nearly two years later, police in Las Vegas arrested Rodriguez-Aparicio again for being an illegal alien in possession of a firearm.

A federal court judge in Nevada sentenced him to 41 months in prison. ERO officers removed him from the U.S. for the second time in Feb. 2012 from New Orleans.

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