Reality show murder suspect should have been deported in 2012… but stayed because of Obama’s amnesty

In February 2015, America’s Next Top Model contestant Mirjana Puhar and three others were murdered. In December 2012, the illegal immigrant who murdered them and was set to be deported for another crime, was granted amnesty under President Obama’s program.


Emmanuel Jesus Rangel-Hernandez, 19, was arrested last month in connection to a triple-homicide in Charlotte, North Carolina, that claimed the lives of aspiring model Mirjana Puhar, 19, her 23-year-old boyfriend Jonathan Alvarado, and 21-year-old Jusmar Isiah Gonzaga-Garcia.

According to a statement released by Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, an Iowa Republican, and GOP Senator Thom Tillis of North Carolina, Rangel was permitted to stay in the country under Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA).

Records indicate Rangel, an undocumented immigrant from Mexico, was placed in the removal process by US Immigration and Customs Enforcement after being charged with drug violations in March 2012.

Grassley and Tillis go on to say, “This raises serious concerns about USCIS’s review and approval of other DACA applicants and points to potential vulnerabilities in the system.” Rangel was one of 675,000 who have been granted a reprieve from deportation.

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