An illegal immigrant living in Kansas, was deported Friday after his ex-girlfriend reported him to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), according to a report.
(U. S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement/Keith Gardner)
Three illegal immigrants were indicted for the murder of a whistleblower in Georgia, reported that one of the immigrants ran a scheme to make use of other illegal immigrants and deceived with a tree service company.
Brothers Pablo Rangel-Rubio, 49, and Juan Rangel-Rubio, 42, both residents of Rincon, Ga., and Higinio Perez-Bravo, 49, of Savannah, were charged on Thursday, said Southern District of Georgia, the Procurator of the V. S. Bobby L. Christine.
They are accused of murdering That Montoya, 41, who reportedly shot near his home, sparking an investigation by the authorities.
Montoya, a naturalized American citizen, filed a complaint with the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission claim that Pablo Rangel-Rubio in the service of illegal immigrants, at a tree service company has benefited from the company and took a share of the illegal workers pay, WSAV reported.
The authorities accuse Rangel-Rubio of the pay of Perez-Bravo, to help in order to kill his brother Montoya for the reporting of the alleged scheme that the authorities said that has enriched the brothers of more than $3.5 million over 10 years.
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“That Montoya was a citizen of the United States who have worked hard and raised a family,” said Christine, WSAV reported.
“He went to the proper authorities to report a federal crime and for that he was murdered. Our office is committed to ensuring justice for That Montoya, a man killed to do the right thing, by those intent on protecting their illegal profits,” he added.
Pablo Rangel-Rubio and Juan Rangel-Rubio are charged with conspiracy to retaliate against a witness, conspiracy to kill a witness, a conspiracy to conceal, harbor and shield illegal aliens, and money laundering conspiracy, the outlet reported.
Perez-Bravo, and one of the brothers who allegedly, the dead were also accused of conspiracy to commit murder for hire. Pablo Rangel-Rubio is also charged with three counts of money laundering transactions over $10,000.
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A number of federal agencies helped with the investigation into the murder of Montoya. The probe was led by Homeland Security Investigations (HSI), and assisted by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), the FBI, the United States Marshals Service, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI), the Garden City Police Department, Effingham County Sheriff’s Office, and the Chatham County Sheriff’s Office.
“If Homeland Security Research and has repeatedly said – HSI a moment to focus his workplace enforcement on those who illegally work in the U.S., as well as the employers who knowingly hire them,” said HSI Atlanta Special Agent in Charge Nick S. Annan, according to the outlet.
“This case is an extreme, but a clear example of how far some criminals looking to illegally exploit the U.S. labor market will go to protect their loot, and illustrates why worksite enforcement remains an important priority for HSI.”