Mother Sues DHS for $100M Over Daughter’s Alleged MS-13 Killing

( – The Biden administration’s open border policies have drawn a $100 million lawsuit from a mother who says her daughter’s death is a result of their willful negligence. Tammy Nobles’ 20-year-old daughter, Kayla Hamilton, was allegedly brutally raped and murdered by a 17-year old likely foreign gang member. Kayla lived in a trailer in the town of Frederick, Maryland and had been renting a part of it to an illegal alien to supplement her income.

The story alleges that the illegal alien housemate subleased the space to the suspect who is believed to be El Salvadoran and a member of the Mara Salvatrucha gang, better known as MS-13. Prior to announcing her lawsuit, Nobles testified before the House panel currently conducting an impeachment inquiry into Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas.

Nobles told the committee that she is not a political person and was not very aware of the current situation at the border prior to her daughter’s death. She said now she is very knowledgeable and is taking action with the hope that she can spare another parent from having to endure what she has. Nobles through her attorneys said the lawsuit was brought because neither the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) nor the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) did their duty and investigated the alleged perpetrator before releasing him into the country.

Nobles said a simple phone call to El Salvador or noting his MS-13 tattoos would have made officials aware of his gang connections and if procedures were followed he’d have been deported. They say while DHS failed to check his background, HHS never bothered to hold the man to confirm he had a relative or sponsor within the United States before releasing him.

The suspect was arrested and charged with rape, robbery and first-degree murder after his DNA was matched to that found at the scene. Nobles said DHS is playing Russian roulette with American lives and it must end. The DHS released a statement saying they take their duty to secure the border seriously, that their hearts go out to the family of the deceased and they are saddened by her death.

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