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Border Crisis

ALL IN THE FAMILY: Ibarra Brother Diego Arrested Three Times in Georgia, Involved in Border Agent Assault; Report

posted by Hannity Staff - 2.26.24

According to NewsNation border correspondent Ali Bradley, Jose Ibarra’s brother, 29-year-old Diego Ibarra, was not only in the country with a fake green card, but had a record and a history of violence.

Jose murdered 22-year-old nursing student Laken Riley while Diego was involved with a violent event where a member of the border patrol was assaulted.

Bradley shared the news on X, citing ICE sources:

BREAKING: I have just confirmed from ICE sources that Jose Ibarra’s brother, 29-year-old Diego Ibarra entered the country twice—Once in eagle pass 4/3/23 —The narrative for that entry is blank, officials believe he left on his own and came back as he was NOT removed.

The second entry was El Paso in 4/30/23. On this entry there was a violent event where a border patrol agent was assaulted. 

He was not prosecuted because he claimed to have epilepsy. He was placed under expedited removal with credible fear–He was turned over to ICE. Records show he was then released on parole. 

The gentleman that came in with Diego, José Salas Lozoda also from Venezuela was charged for assaulting the agent and is sitting in big springs federal correctional facility as an aggravated felon-16 months for assault, 6 months for illegal entry. 

Diego Ibarra was arrested 3 times in Georgia prior to being nabbed Friday for having a fake green card.

This story is developing…

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