The Washington Times: Whistleblower says Border Patrol released convicted murderer because he had COVID

IRLI In The News

December 1, 2022

By Stephen Dinan

Border Patrol agents were ordered to release a convicted murderer because he had contracted the coronavirus and Homeland Security didn’t want to house him, according to a former high-ranking immigration official.

Tom Homan, who served as head of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement in the Trump administration, said he was told about the release by a Border Patrol agent involved in the incident.

Read the full story at The Washington Times.

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