Venezuelan Judge Releases ‘Killers,’ Gang Members Who Are Heading To US

After being released from prison, a wave of Venezuela’s most violent and dangerous criminals is likely headed to the U.S. southern border in the coming weeks.

Immigration attorney Ronaldo Vazquez initially blew the whistle on the first wave of recently released Venezuelan criminals that entered the U.S., telling the Daily Mail in October 2023 that many of these illegal aliens are “criminals from the [Nicholas] Maduro regime.”

“Some are ex-security forces. They are professional criminals or part of criminal organizations,” the Miami-based lawyer added.

The Daily Mail also reported at the time that many of these criminal illegal aliens were members of the notoriously violent Venezuelan gang, Tren de Aragua.

Since then, there have been several high-profile violent crimes committed in the U.S. by Tren de Aragua members, including Jose Ibarra, the illegal alien who was arrested for the brutal murder of 22-year-old Georgia nursing student Laken Riley.

Now, Venezuelan Supreme Court of Justice Magistrate Edgar Gavidia has released 100 violent criminals from prison and is planning to release even more on a case-by-case basis.

“Since Friday, we have been carrying out in the state of Miranda, an operation looking into preventative centers and prisons,” Gavidia said, according to the Daily Mail. “We’re looking case-by-case at anyone, giving justice to those who at one time made a mistake in their lives to expedite justice.”

Vazquez is once again speaking out about the potential for these violent criminals to flood into the U.S. through President Joe Biden’s wide open southern border, telling the Daily Mail: “These are killers.”

“These are career criminals… [Maduro] is just sending more,” the immigration attorney told the outlet. “They’re thugs. These are prisons where there’s thugs, killers. These are not the prisons where they house the political opposition.”

“Americans need to know, they’re coming to the border,” Vazquez added.

The released criminals came from three different facilities: the notorious Yare prison, its sister facility Yare II and the El Rodeo.

Meanwhile, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) data shows that only 834 Venezuelan illegal aliens were deported in fiscal year 2023, despite the fact that there were more than 335,000 encounters with Venezuelan illegal aliens at the southern border during the same time frame.

X owner Elon Musk responded to the news of the new wave of violent Venezuelan illegal aliens in a post on X, formerly known as Twitter.

“Why does the radical far left Biden administration welcome violent illegals into America to prey upon your friends & family? We are even warned by other countries that it is insane to make America a haven for their convicted criminals!” he wrote.

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