Unprovoked Assault Raises Concerns over Immigration Policy
Will Attackers Face Deportation?
Sen. Lindsey Graham expressed his concerns over the recent attack on New York City police officers by a group of illegal migrants near Times Square. He questioned whether the perpetrators would be deported and demanded answers from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). However, DHS has not responded to Fox News Digital’s request for comment on the matter.
Possible Impeachment Vote for DHS Secretary
The House Homeland Security Committee has cleared a resolution for the possible impeachment of Alejandro Mayorkas, the Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security. This move comes in the wake of the recent incident where the New York City police officers were assaulted by the illegal migrants.
Release of Suspects Without Bail
Disturbing surveillance footage released by the New York Police Department shows a scuffle between the officers and the suspects. The suspects, identified as Darwin Andres Gomez Izquiel, Kelvin Servat Arocha, Wilson Juarez, Jhoan Boada, and Yorman Reveron, can be seen kicking the officers before escaping. Shockingly, they were later released without bail following their arrest.
Outrage Over Perpetrator’s Behavior
Jhoan Boada, one of the suspects, was seen smirking at reporters and photographers outside the Midtown South Precinct in Manhattan as he left police custody. He even raised both middle fingers towards the news cameras. The brazen display of disrespect has only added to the outrage surrounding the incident.
The Manhattan District Attorney’s Office has stated that an investigation into the assault is currently underway. The incident has sparked debate and concern regarding immigration policies and the safety of law enforcement officers.
The unprovoked attack on NYPD officers by a group of illegal migrants near Times Square has raised questions about deportation policies and the release of suspects without bail. As the investigation continues, the incident serves as a reminder of the importance of addressing immigration issues and ensuring the safety of law enforcement personnel.