Illegal immigrant, 24, is charged with Florida murder after Biden Admin granted him a permission to stay in U.S.


A boyish-faced Honduran man who was allowed to stay in the United States after claiming he was underage when he crossed the border illegally has been charged with the brutal murder of a Florida man who took him into his home. 

Yery Noel Medina Ulloa, 24, was arrested October 7 after he was found covered in blood following the slaughter of Javier Cuellar, a father of four. 

A trail of blood led police back to the victim's home. Ulloa was initially put in a juvenile detention facility until his real identity and age was discovered on October 13. 

Cueller, 46, had taken the suspect into his home after Ulloa tricked immigration officials with his story that he was only 17 and gave them an alias of Reynel Alexander Hernandez.

The arrest comes as immigration arrests have hit a 10-year low under President Joe Biden, who has faced criticism for a proposal that would pay $450,000 per person - and up to $1million per family - to those separated at the southern border after illegally crossing.

Ulloa wasn't turned away when he crossed the border but instead placed in a shelter, as per Biden administration policy. He was given a 'Notice to Appear' and released. Eventually, Cuellar took Ulloa to his Jacksonville home.

According to an arrest report, a witness told the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office that he received a call from Ulloa saying he 'killed Uncle Francisco' because he 'hit him.' 

The arrest report said the murder was also caught on camera. Police said cameras facing the living room of the home show 'the suspect stabbing the victim numerous times and repeatedly hitting him with a chair.' 

It has not been made clear how Ulloa got to Florida from the Texas border, though a recent report that said the Biden administration was making 'secret flights' to resettle immigrants included  routes from Texas to Jacksonville.  

The victim's daughter, 18-year-old Maycarman Cuellar, didn't know much about Ulloa but said she believes he was on one of those flights.  

'My dad told me one day he was going to the airport, and then this guy came out of nowhere and was at work the next day,' she told the New York Post. 'I didn't really ask questions.' 

She then alleged that someone 'asked' her father to take in Ulloa, saying that her father was 'compassionate.' 'We feel that someone asked my dad to do it,' she said. 'My dad was really compassionate like that, he would help someone who needed it.'

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis hit out again at the Biden administration in the wake of Cuellar's murder.  

'This horrific crime is the latest example of how unfettered illegal migration costs Floridians' lives,' a DeSantis' spokesperson said. 'If not for the Biden Administration's unlawful 'catch and release' policy, Mr. Cuellar would still be alive today.'

Source: The Daily Mail

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