Former Trump ICE Official Issues Message For Illegal Immigrants 

Daily Report February 02,2024

Tom Homan, the acting director of immigration enforcement under former President Donald Trump, has issued a message to a group of illegal immigrants accused of attacking two New York Police Department (NYPD) officers.

The brutal attack happened on Saturday in New York when officers approached the migrants, ordering them to leave the area. Authorities say they have arrested six of the attackers, with a further six still wanted. Five attackers were released without bail, with one currently on a $15,000 bail.

According to Daily Caller, the suspects have been identified as 19-year-old Darwin Andres Gomez-Izquiel, 19-year-old Kelvin Servita Arocha, 21-year-old Wilson Juarez, 22-year-old Jhoan Boada and 24-year-old Roman Reveron and 24-year-old Yohenry Brito. All six suspects were charged with second-degree assault on a police officer and obstruction of governmental administration.

However, Brito was held on a $15,000 bail after being accused of starting the fight. Police say they identified him by the tattoo on his neck. Multiple reports claim that the police arrested a seventh person, but the District Attorney refused to charge him because there was not enough evidence.

Homan issued a warning to all the migrants, including Boada, on what to expect if Trump takes back office.

“A message to John and the others that Biden and Mayorkas illegally released into the US that don’t qualify for asylum,” Homan said. “Don’t get too comfortable. The biggest deportation operation in the history of this nation is coming.”

Gov. Kathy Hochul (D-NY) demanded the deportation of the migrants, stating that it should be on the table for the suspects.

“I mean, if someone commits a crime against a police officer in the state of New York and they’re not here legally, it’s definitely worth checking into,” Hochul said. “These are law enforcement officers who should never under any circumstance be subjected to physical assault. It’s wrong on all accounts, and I’m looking to judges and prosecutors to do the right thing.”

According to multiple reports, Hochul advocated for the NYC suburbs to stop discrimination and accept migrants in May 2023, following the city’s Mayor Eric Adams’s move to house migrants in suburban communities.

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