Migrant Rapist On The Loose Among Millions Released Under Biden Policy

(Daily360.com) Among Americans likely to vote in the 2024 election, the issues of economic stagnation and crime remain important, but illegal immigration has been polling as their number one concern. Since the Biden administration took over the federal government, millions of illegal aliens have entered the country with only a small percentage being deported.

With so many people crossing, experts estimate that over the last three years, the United States border was crossed by two million “known getaways.” These are people who deliberately avoided contact with Border Protection (BP) despite the benefits that now exist to aliens who surrender to BP agents.

The most likely reason this group of crossers is avoiding BP agents is that many are criminals and could be wanted for past crimes in the US. One case in point is Honduran national, Jose Pavon-Fermin, who was arrested in 2023 in Norwalk, Connecticut for disturbing the peace. That arrest was not the first time the 40-year-old illegal alien had to face the American judicial system. In 2016, Pavon-Fermin was convicted in Norwalk of raping a woman. He was sentenced to ten years in prison but was released after four and a half years. After his 2021 prison release, Pavon-Fermin was deported back to Honduras.

After the rape conviction, Pavon-Fermin was also ordered to report as a criminal sex offender for the rest of his life in the United States. With the border virtually wide open, Pavon-Fermin came across the border again, likely as one of the hoard of “know getaways” and traveled to Norwalk. After his 2023 arrest the local administrators did not honor ICE’s detainer request for Pavon-Fermin, choosing instead let him go free.

Pavon-Fermin remained at large until he was re-apprehended in Lynchburg, Virginia on March 20th, after his story was presented on Maryland’s Most Wanted. Following his most recent arrest, it was learned that Pavon-Fermin never registered as a sex offender as he was mandated to do. His case is now being presented to a Norwalk grand jury. If convicted for his latest number of crimes, Pavon-Fermin could face 30 years in prison.

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