Georgia Rep spills the beans on the illegal who killed Laken Riley and his brother…

A Georgia representative named Houston Gaines spilled the beans on Jose Ibarra, the illegal who killed Laken Riley, and his brother.

In short, they both have a criminal record and were always released from authorities without significant punishment. This, of course, after they were both released by Joe Biden after crossing the border illegally in 2022.

And now one beautiful 22-year-old nursing student’s life was cut short because of all of it.

Here’s the post:

 
And here’s more via the New York Post:

The migrant accused of killing Georgia nursing student Laken Riley illegally entered the US in 2022 — and was cut loose when there was no space for him in a detention center, according to a report.

Jose Antonio Ibarra, 26, who was arrested Friday in connection to the murder of the 22-year-old Augusta University student, crossed into El Paso, Texas, from Venezuela in September 2022, NewsNation reported Saturday, citing Department of Homeland Security sources.

He had been released due to a lack of detention space, the sources added.

Months before Ibarra allegedly killed Riley, he was apparently arrested in New York for endangering a child, according to NewsNation.

Police sources in New York confirmed a man by the same name and age as the Georgia suspect was arrested in the Big Apple last year after allegedly endangering the welfare of a 5-year-old.

Detectives launched a homicide investigation and filed murder charges against Ibarra, who had no known connection to Riley.

Riley’s body was found with “visible injuries” on a trail by Lake Herrick on the nearby University of Georgia campus Thursday, after a friend became worried when she didn’t return from her morning run.

Diego Ibarra, 29, was caught with the fake document when police approached him in connection with Riley’s killing on Friday, the office explained.

Further investigation revealed that he was met by the US Border Patrol in El Paso, Texas, on April 30, 2023.

He was processed for immediate removal, but was released to New York City pending asylum after he claimed reasonable fear of returning to his home country, the affidavit explained.

He was arrested in Athens, Georgia, three times between September and December 2023.

The elder Ibarra is now in state custody and faces a maximum of 10 years behind bars.


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