JACKSONVILLE, FL – October 6, Franciso Javier Cuellar was brutally stabbed to death in his home. The suspect: Yery Noel Medina Ulloa, a 24-year-old illegal alien from Honduras.
According to the United States Border Patrol, when he crossed the border in Texas several months ago, he posed as a 17-year-old “Reynel Alexander Hernandez.”
Ulloa posed as an unaccompanied minor to cross the border after being apprehended by agents, taking advantage of the Biden Administration’s “Catch and Release” policy. Before being released, he was given a “Notice To Appear.”
Recent reports have shown that illegal aliens have been flown into Jacksonville in the middle of the night. It is not clear how Ulloa entered Florida.
Cuellar owned La Raza Mexican Store in Jacksonville.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (R) released a statement lambasting President Joe Biden (D), saying, “If not for the Biden Administration’s unlawful “catch and release” policy, Francisco Cuellar would still be alive today.”
DeSantis emphasized his mission to keep Americans safe.
The murder report comes as DeSantis’ lawsuit against the Biden Administration’s “catch and release” policy is ongoing.
Conservatives have long opposed open-border policies like “catch and release,” pointing to incidents like the Cuellar murder case.
November 4, 2021 Updated 2:00 P.M. ET
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