Illegal Alien Was on ‘Supervised Release’ When He Killed Border Patrol Agent
by Brandon Darby 18 Nov 2013 – breitbart.com
Marcos Rodriguez-Perez was previously given “supervised release” by U.S. authorities for illegally smuggling human beings into the US. While on supervised release, the illegal alien participated in the 2009 killing of U.S. Border Patrol Agent Robert Rosas, Jr., along with three other Mexican nationals who had also entered the U.S. illegally or otherwise played a role in the killing. The four admittedly took advantage of the unsecured U.S./Mexico border and lured, trapped, and murdered the young Border Patrol agent for the purpose of stealing his night-vision goggles.
The death of Border Patrol Agent Rosas and the circumstances surrounding the ordeal have highlighted a number of recent issues facing the men and women of the U.S. Border Patrol. Many of them are alone in desolate areas where their radios do not work; they face constant threats from left-of-center efforts to prevent them from defending themselves; and U.S. authorities routinely decline to prosecute illegal aliens who attack Border Patrol agents, according to the National Border Patrol Council.