Illegal Immigrants Charged With Murdering US Citizen In Georgia

With a potential government shutdown over border security just days away, here’s a relevant story about the need for tougher immigration enforcement and a border wall. 

Pablo Rangel-Rubio (left), Georgia crime scene (right) (Photo Credit: Screenshot/WSAV)

Three illegal immigrants were charged with killing a naturalized U.S. citizen in Georgia. Despite what Democratic leaders Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer say about illegal immigration enriching this country, all too often we hear stories like this, where Americans are victimized by the horrible system Democrats are fighting to protect.

WSAV reports that 41-year-old Eliud Montoya was a naturalized U.S. citizen with a family. He was employed by a Savannah, Georgia tree service and discovered another employee, identified as Pablo Rangel-Rubio, was running a scam by hiring illegal immigrants and skimming their pay. It’s estimated that Rangel-Rubio pulled in $3.5 million over 10 years with his illegal operation.

Montoya first reported this scam to his employers at the tree service, but after they did nothing, he filed a report with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. Two days after filing the report, on August 19, 2017, Montoya was found shot to death near his home in Garden City, Georgia.

It may have taken a year and a half to solve this murder, but Rangel Rubio, his brother Juan Rangel-Rubio, and Higinio Perez-Bravo were charged with the killing last week. Authorities allege that the 3 men killed Montoya in retaliation for him blowing the whistle on their illegal scheme.

“Eliud Montoya was a naturalized citizen of the United States who worked hard and raised a family. 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 Eliud Montoya, a man killed for doing the right thing, by those intent on protecting their illegal profits,” said U.S. Attorney Bobby L. Christine.

In a press release from The Southern District of Georgia U.S. Attorney’s Office, we learn that the Rangel-Rubio brothers and Perez-Bravo are not in this country legally:

Three men, all illegal alien residents of the United States, have been indicted for plotting the murder of a whistleblower who exposed a scheme to fraudulently employ other illegals.

Brothers Pablo Rangel-Rubio, 49, and Juan Rangel-Rubio, 42, both residents of Rincon, Ga., and Higinio Perez-Bravo, 49, of Savannah, were charged in a federal indictment unsealed today…

It’s important to note that the U.S. Attorney’s office uses the terms “illegal aliens” and “illegals” to describe people present in the U.S. without permission as those are the official designations for such people. Liberals have waged a war to have these terms classified as racial slurs, but they are simply appropriate descriptions of a certain type of criminal.

And, these are some serious criminals. Here’s the laundry list of charges these illegal immigrants face:

Pablo Rangel-Rubio and Juan Rangel-Rubio are charged with Conspiracy to Retaliate Against a Witness; Conspiracy to Kill a Witness; Conspiracy to Conceal, Harbor and Shield Illegal Aliens; and Money Laundering Conspiracy. Pablo Rangel-Rubio and Perez-Bravo are charged with Conspiracy to Commit Murder for Hire. Pablo Rangel-Rubio also is charged with three counts of Money Laundering Transactions Over $10,000.

That’s weird. Where’s the 1st-degree murder charges? Maybe because this is a federal indictment, the charges reflect the things they did that are federal crimes. Hopefully, the state will bring the murder charges as well because these scumbags should never see the outside of a prison again.

These three killers are the type of people Democrats are fighting to keep in the U.S. In their willingness to shut down the government rather than fund President Donald Trump’s reasonable border security measures, Pelosi and Schumer are putting illegal immigrant predators over the safety of American citizens. There’s no way to spin that without it being completely horrible.

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Brian Anderson is the author of horror novels Man-Made Monsters and Cryptic Creatures and has written for some major Hollywood studios. He is a family man, musician, muscle car enthusiast, and supporter of the 2nd Amendment.