Biden’s Illegals Causing Major Destruction To The U.S.

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( – David Antonio Calderon, a 46-year-old man, was recently apprehended and charged with the murder of a woman in West Virginia. This arrest follows his extensive criminal history, which includes over two decades spent in a Salvadoran prison for various offenses. Calderon’s crimes in El Salvador ranged from murder and aggravated robbery to sexual assault and drug-related offenses, spanning from 1999 until his release in 2021.

Following his release, Calderon entered the United States during the administration of President Joe Biden. His journey included an unsuccessful attempt to seek asylum in Canada in March 2023. After being denied asylum, Canadian authorities transferred him to the custody of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. He was subsequently released in the United States with a Notice to Appear before a federal immigration judge, a standard procedure for many entering the U.S. under similar circumstances.

Calderon’s criminal activities continued in the U.S., where he reportedly assaulted two homeless individuals last month. These assaults led to a warrant for his arrest on charges of malicious assault. However, it was the discovery of a 33-year-old woman’s body in Berkeley County, West Virginia, that escalated the situation. The body was found on May 6th by law enforcement officials after local firefighters extinguished a burning couch—an unusual and grim find that led to further investigation.

Authorities soon linked Calderon to the murder following his recent aggressive behaviors and the existing warrants for his arrest. He was taken into custody and is currently held at the Northwestern Regional Adult Detention Center in Frederick County, Virginia. His case raises numerous questions about the monitoring and management of individuals with significant criminal backgrounds who enter the U.S., as well as the procedures followed by immigration authorities. Calderon now faces serious charges as the legal proceedings continue to unfold, awaiting more comprehensive examination in court.

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