Mother BLAMES Relaxed Immigration Policies For Child’s MURDER

Migrants Daily Report June 26,2024

In an interview with Fox News’ Sean Hannity, Alexis Nungaray blamed relaxed immigration laws for her 12-year-old daughter’s murder. Jocelyn was killed after she was reportedly lured under a bridge by two illegal Venezuelan migrants who spent two hours battering and strangling her.

She described her daughter as a “beautiful young lady” whose life was brutally ended on June 16. On his grandchild’s death, Kelvin Alvarenga said, “We have to stop burying our kids, this is not right.”

Alvarenga encouraged lawmakers to remember the pain of families who have lost their children and to do something about it. “Just sit back and reflect and think of all these little angels that shouldn’t have been taken away, and they have for the reason that we’re not doing what we need to do like screening these people. It happens all over the country. We need a safer country,” he said.

Jocelyn “was going to do things. And these men — these illegal men — took that opportunity from my daughter, from our family of watching her become this amazing person,” Alexis Nungaray lamented.

On a mission to make a change, Nungaray said, “So now with her voice being ripped away from her, I am going to be her voice and stand strong and try to make a difference in this world because this has got to stop.”

This is just one of a number of high-profile cases involving illegal immigrants since President Biden assumed office. The incidents have helped fuel outrage over the administration’s border policies. The agency says both men suspected in the death of Jocelyn entered the U.S. without authorization.

Johan Jose Rangel Martinez, 21, reportedly came into the country in March and initially was placed on an ankle monitor in May after there was no known criminal history associated with him.

The suspects reportedly tied Jocelyn’s hands behind her back, stripped her topless and raped her for up to two hours as she begged for mercy. Even as she fought so valiantly, Jocelyn lost her battle with life.

Alexis Nungaray said her daughter was “slowing becoming this beautiful, beautiful young lady” and “she was going so far.”

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