ICE Blames Seattle/ King County, a Sanctuary for Illegal Immigrants, for Releasing an MS-13 Gang Member Suspected in the Brutal Murder of a High School Boy

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Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) says that Carlos Orlando Iraheta-Vega, 20, and Rudy Osvaldo Garcia Hernandez, 28, illegal immigrants and MS-13 gang members from El Salvador, are suspected of killing a 16-year old high school student who was beaten to death with a baseball bat, chopped into pieces with a machete, and thrown into Green River last month. The illegals now are charged with first-degree murder. ICE officials say that this brutal murder could have been prevented if it were not for the fact that King County’s, a sanctuary zone, prevented them from detaining Iraheta-Vega nearly a year ago. Iraheta-Vega had been arrested for theft of a motor vehicle, but King County Jail ignored an ICE request for retainer, and Vega was released. He was arrested and released two more times before the high school boy’s murder. -GEG

An illegal alien who had a detainer placed on him by ICE but was released from jails in Washington state has been charged with murdering and mutilating a high schooler — and ICE is pinning the blame squarely on the sanctuary laws that meant one of the alleged murderers was in the United States at all.

 

According to the Seattle Times, Carlos Orlando Iraheta-Vega, 20, is one of two men who has been charged with the murder of 16-year-old high school student Juan Carlos Con Guzman.

Authorities say Con Guzman, who attended Mount Rainier High School in Des Moines, Washington, was lured from his home Sept. for a fight by Iraheta-Vega and 28-year-old Rudy Osvaldo Garcia-Hernandez. The two then drove him by the Green River in Auburn “with a plan to torture and kill him,” according to court documents.

Con Guzman was allegedly beaten to death with a baseball bat and then cut into small pieces with a machete that were deposited into the river near the town of Auburn.

The extraordinary brutality of this crime demonstrates the threat the defendants pose to the community,” King County, Washington, prosecutor Mary Barbosa wrote in the charging documents, the Seattle Times reported Friday.

Even before the grisly crime, however, ICE said it already knew that Iraheta-Vega was a serious threat. That’s why they put a detainer on him after prior arrests and wanted to deport him from the United States back to where he came from.

According to KIRO-TV, Iraheta-Vega, who immigrated to the United States illegally from El Salvador as an “unaccompanied minor,” had been in and out of King County jails since 2018.

ICE said it lodged a detainer following Iraheta-Vega’s first arrest by Kent police in 2018 but was not notified of his release from jail several days later,” KIRO reported.

Iraheta-Vega was later arrested twice for DUI, according to ICE, and released from jail before they could encounter him.”

ICE also said confirmed both men were members of the notorious MS-13 gang, according to KOMO-TV.


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