Illegal Alien Killer Caught Doing WHAT?!?

( – An illegal alien convicted killer who the US authorities had deported has been caught trying to come back to the United States.

According to US Customs and Border Protection, the convicted murderer, 72 years old and a national of the South American nation of Peru, attempted to reenter America through California.

CBP said, as cited by The Washington Times, revealed that the convicted Peruvian murderer and three other men tried to cross the US-Mexican border through the El Centro section in California on September 17.

Customs and Border Protection did not reveal the identity of the elderly murderer but disclosed that he had had numerous convictions for multiple felonies and misdemeanors.

One of those is a second-degree murder, which was a “willful kill” committed in Miami Dade County, Florida.

“Residents of Miami Dade County can rest easier tonight that another convicted killer was denied entry into our country by Border Patrol Agents,” stated Gregory Bovino, chief patrol agent of the El Centro Sector, in a press release.

“Events at our nation’s borders have consequences for all areas of our country as this critical apprehension attests,” he added.

CBP did not clarify whether the illegal immigrant convicted murderer served prison time in the United States and, if so, how much.

A US immigration judge had previously ordered the deportation of the Peruvian national.

The illegal immigrant will be processed for expulsion from the United States for a second time.

The three other men arrested and the elderly convict remain at the processing center of the El Centro Sector.

More than 5 million illegals, including 1 million gotaways, have entered the United States, the vast majority of them through the Southern Border, in the 20 months since President Joe Biden entered the White House.

The 2022 fiscal year, which ended on September 30, for the first time saw the detention of more than 75 illegal immigrants who are on the US government’s terror watch list, which is more than in the previous five years combined.

As the number of illegal immigrants crossing into the US has broken new records, so have the quantities of fentanyl and other deadly narcotics smuggled into the United States.