A known gang member, originally from Mexico, Emmanuel Jesus Rangel-Hernandez, was given U.S. amnesty in 2013. Not long after, he was charged with first-degree murder in the death of four people, including “America’s Next Top Model” contestant, Mirjana Puhar.
So, why would a known gang member be granted amnesty here in the United States?
Fox News says that Emmanuel Rangel-Hernandez “was allowed to remain in the United States under President Obama’s executive actions.” This gang member was apparently given a safe-haven here in the U.S. under Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Director Leon Rodriguez said, “Based on the standard procedures and protocols…the DACA request and related employment authorization should not have been approved.”
Well, that’s good to know. But, his amnesty was approved and ended the lives of four innocent people.
It’s reported that U.S. Immigration Services, which provided Rangel-Hernandez’s amnesty, admits they messed up big time. It’s also verified that this gang member was in the database — and was still approved.
This is shocking. Not to mention unacceptable.
In an interview with Greta Van Susteren, Stephen Dinan with the Washington Times pointed out, “It’s not clear if they checked the database and approved him any way, or just never actually followed through with the checks on the database…Even more frightening is there’s at least twenty other known or potential gang members who also have the same flag in their file and who they’ve also approved.”