Brutal Murder of 12-Year-Old in Texas Exposes Biden’s Border Failures

Tests from the Houston Forensic Science Center confirmed what many feared: 12-year-old Jocelyn Nungaray was sexually assaulted before her brutal murder last month, allegedly by two illegal aliens—just another day in Biden’s open-border America, where criminals stroll in unchecked.

Harris County District Attorney Kim Ogg mentioned last week that the discovery of sexual assault opens the door for the death penalty. Texas isn’t going to tolerate this savagery, especially when it involves innocent children. The two suspects, Johan Jose Martinez Rangel, 21, and Franklin Jose Pena Ramos, 26, are not just murderers; they are the poster children for the catastrophic failure of immigration enforcement. Both men dared to murder a child after skirting immigration laws and promptly being released into the country.

Jocelyn Nungaray’s tragic encounter began when she snuck out of her house on June 16. On Kuykendahl Road, she encountered the Venezuelan criminals who manipulated the situation to lure her under a bridge. They tied her up, removed her pants, and strangled her, painting a horrific picture of the dangers lurking due to neglected border policies.

A bystander discovered her body floating in a creek early on June 17, highlighting the grim end of her young life. Governor Greg Abbott has already voiced his support for the death penalty for her killers, stressing that such brutality deserves the harshest of punishments. This nightmare directly results from the Biden administration’s failure to secure the border.

Pena Ramos and Martinez Rangel both had prior run-ins with U.S. Border Patrol – detained and released without so much as a robust check. Ramos was caught in El Paso on May 28 and let go, while Rangel was apprehended in March near the exact location and released on the same day. Their freedom came at the cost of an innocent child’s life.

This case reaffirms the urgent need to revisit and reinforce strict immigration laws. Had these men been kept out, Jocelyn Nungaray would be alive today, a stark reminder of the deadly consequences of a porous border.

Written by Staff Reports

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