Illegal Alien Charged With Raping Disabled Person Gets Released From Jail

( – Boston officials are doing their part to ensure their residents remain threatened by violent invaders who entered the country illegally and attack American civilians. The Daily Wire is reporting the story of Pierre Lucard Emile, 31, of Haiti who was arrested in September 2023 on allegations he raped and assaulted someone with a developmental disability.

Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) in Boston referred Emile to Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) but a judge with the Dorchester District Court chose to ignore it. Emile was subsequently released from jail with an ankle monitor as a consequence on November 8th, 2023.

We only know his name and have an image of his face thanks to reporting by Fox News correspondent Bill Melugin who relayed the details he received from an anonymous source at ICE. ICE published a statement on the matter, wherein ERO Boston Field Office Director Todd M. Lyons called Emile’s release by a district court disturbing, suggesting that Emile poses a significant threat to locals.

Emile arrived in the U.S. in December 2022 through Brownsville, Texas, where he was rejected for asylum and given a court date years later. He was arrested in September 2023 and then released just two months later while he awaited trial. Upon learning of his release, ICE arrested him again on January 9th and said he’ll be held in federal custody until his local trial is resolved, at which time they will deport him.

The statement from ICE indicated that ERO had made over 170,000 arrests in 2023, including nearly 74,000 illegals who had a criminal history. Those individuals averaged four charges or convictions per person. The charges range from assault, weapons, kidnapping, homicide, terrorism, and being a foreign fugitive. ERO also deported 142,580 people to just over 170 countries around the world in 2023.

ERO is the primary domestic enforcement agency for immigration issues and criminal entrants once they’re released within the country. They manage a lot of criminals being held on charges who subsequently will face deportation after their legal situation resolves.

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