Opinion: ICE Boston arrested four individuals accused of child rape in a single morning. However, local courts keep releasing them.

By DevEvil News | Created at 2024-04-18 15:14:58 | Updated at 2024-06-17 00:25:44 1 month ago
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Written by Sadra A.


Recently, ICE conducted arrests in Boston targeting alleged child rapists within the migrant community. This has brought to light a distressing pattern of leniency and negligence within local courts that puts public safety at risk. The apprehension of four individuals accused of heinous crimes against children in a single morning has raised urgent questions about immigration policies and law enforcement protocols.


ICE Boston says this Brazilian illegal alien was apprehended by Border Patrol in AZ in July 2021, then released into the U.S., & later arrested in Massachusetts for child rape in Dec. 2023. ICE says the Milford District Court ignored their detainer request & released him into the community on $5,000 bail without notice in late January.

ICE statement: "This Brazilian noncitizen is accused of sexually abusing a Massachusetts minor," said ICE Boston Field Office Director Todd Lyons. "Every second he spends roaming free in our communities, he represents a potential threat to the children of our communities. The men and women of ICE Boston will always prioritize public safety by protecting the residents of New England from egregious noncitizen offenders."



This case is not an isolated incident. Another illegal immigrant, accused of ten counts of aggravated child rape, was similarly released by the courts despite the severity of the charges against him. Such leniency in the face of appalling crimes reflects a systemic failure to uphold justice and safeguard vulnerable members of society.


Joe Biden's administration's surge in illegal immigration has inundated our cities with millions of undocumented individuals, many of whom are young men with dubious backgrounds. The overwhelmed resources of ICE and Border Patrol, coupled with restrictive policies, have rendered them unable to adequately screen or deport these individuals, allowing them to roam freely within our communities.



The implications are chilling. If four alleged child rapists were apprehended in Boston alone, how many more lurk undetected within our midst? The potential for harm is staggering, as these perpetrators remain in close proximity to our families, posing a clear and present danger. The safety and well-being of our communities must take precedence over political agendas and misplaced leniency.