Migrant charged with strangling TX girl, 12, was released into US by Biden admin just WEEKS ago

One of the criminal aliens charged with murdering a 12-year-old Texas girl was released into the U.S. by the Biden administration weeks ago.

Criminal alien Pena Ramos, now a suspect in Jocelyn Nungaray’s death, crossed into El Paso on May 28th but was released after he told President Joe Biden’s border authorities that he was headed to Houston to live with his cousin until his July court date, according to the New York Post.

“Agents put a GPS tracker on Pena Ramos, which was only set to monitor his location for 21 days,” the Post notes. “It’s unclear whether he was wearing the tracker when Jocelyn was murdered.”

Meanwhile, the second suspect, Rangel Martinez, crossed into El Paso on March 14th and was also released into the U.S. with both having a scheduled court date in August and a GPS monitor.

This discovery sheds a new light on the murder of Nungaray, which occurred sometime earlier this month.

According to a timeline pieced together by Houston station KPRC, the beginning of the end started on June 16th when Nungaray snuck out of her family’s apartment sometime after 10:00 pm.

Shortly thereafter, her boyfriend spoke with her on the phone and overheard her speaking with two men at a nearby gas station.

A few hours later, a woman reported seeing a body floating down a nearby creek. That body turned out to be that of Nungaray.

The following day, the police announced that she’d died of strangulation. They also released gas station surveillance footage of the two mysterious men she’d spoken with prior to her death.

Days later, Ramos and Martinez were arrested and charged with capital murder after the authorities found evidence of Nungaray’s murder inside their apartment.

Nungaray’s mother was devastated by her death.

“They took away my firstborn,” she tearfully told local media. “I was a teen mom. She helped me grow and mature. She’s turned into such a beautiful young lady.”

She also expressed shock over her daughter sneaking out and running off with strangers.

“She just said she was just walking around different stores,” Nungaray’s mother said. “I don’t know why, what possessed her to walk around late at night in this area out of all places. I always told her to never leave the house, never leave unattended, always be safe — there’s people around here that are crazy. I don’t think she ever thought it would face her.”

(Video Credit: KPRC 2 Click2Houston)

This comes as the Biden administration faces increasing criticism for, one, doing virtually nothing to secure the border and prevent criminal aliens like Ramos and Martinez, and two, for taking no accountability.

Some of that criticism has come from Patty Morin, whose daughter Rachel Morin was murdered by gang-affiliated criminal alien Victor Antonio Martinez-Hernandez while on a hiking trail last August.

Martinez-Hernandez was finally caught and arrested last Friday. Following his arrest, Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas was asked about Morin’s murder on Tuesday.

“What do you say to critics who blame the administration for allowing something like this to happen?” CNN host Jim Acosta asked him.

“First and foremost, of course, our hearts break for the children, the family, the loved ones, the friends of the individual who was murdered, the woman, the mother,” Mayorkas replied.

“A criminal is responsible for the criminal act. The criminal who committed this heinous act should be held accountable to the fullest extent of the law and forcefully so. That is my response,” he added.

Notice how Mayorkas used the word “individual” to describe Morin’s daughter. This enraged her.

“It’s a completely political statement because they’re not even willing to acknowledge that she was a mother, a daughter,” she said Wednesday evening on Fox News’ “The Ingraham Angle.”

“It totally depersonalizes her and makes her an object,” she continued, adding that nobody from the Biden administration has reached out to her since Martinez-Hernandez’s arrest.

Family attorney Randolph Rice concurred with the criticisms of the Biden administration.

“They just seem to be disconnected completely from what is happening at the southern border and how it is affecting Americans,” he said. “They are hemorrhaging at the southern border and they’re arguing about what kind of bandaid to put on it when instead they should be putting a tourniquet on it and stopping this flow so that we don’t have another Rachel Morin.”

Or another Jocelyn Nungaray.

Vivek Saxena

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