GOP Demands Info on Illegal Charged With Murdering Student 

( – In a new push to half the nation’s unbelievable illegal immigrant invasion on President Joe Biden’s watch, House Republicans are insisting that Alejandro Mayorkas, the Homeland Security Secretary they are impeaching, supply information on a migrant charged with murder in Georgia.

Members of the House of Representatives from the Republican party are pressing Mayorkas for details concerning the illegal immigrant suspected of killing 22-year-old Georgia nursing student Laken Riley.

Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan and the Chairman of the Subcommittee on Immigration Integrity, Security, and Enforcement, Tom McClintock, issued a request to Mayorkas on Tuesday.

This action comes as Mayorkas faces the possibility of a Senate trial following his impeachment by the Republican-majority House due to his management of the border crisis, The Daily Wire reports.

“Criminal aliens exploit vulnerabilities in our nation’s immigration system to the detriment of those in the United States. The Biden Administration’s border and immigration policies only increase the likelihood that criminal aliens will successfully enter and remain in the US,” the GOP lawmakers wrote in their letter.

The arrest of Jose Antonio Ibarra, 26, from Venezuela, occurred after the discovery of Augusta University student Laken Riley’s body at the University of Georgia in Athens, showing signs of blunt force trauma.

The authorities treat the incident as a “crime of opportunity,” noting that Riley and Ibarra seemed to be strangers.

Ibarra is currently facing charges including murder and assault and has been denied bail.

Jordan and McClintock pointed to a declaration from the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), which detailed that Ibarra was apprehended by Customs and Border Protection (CBP) in September 2022 after illegally crossing the border near El Paso, Texas.

He was subsequently paroled and released “for further processing.”

ICE further revealed that the New York City Police Department (NYPD) arrested Ibarra in September 2023 on charges of endangering a child under 17 and a vehicle license infraction but was released before ICE could issue a detainer.

Jordan and McClintock are requesting detailed information on Ibarra’s case history, all instances of his entry into the United States, the process followed by CBP officials in his case, and whether an immigration detainer was issued against him. They gave Mayorkas until 5 p.m. on March 12 to reply.