By Izzy Lyman, November 3, 2021
The third edition of The Victims of Illegal Immigration, an ongoing project of US Incorporated, is now available.
The booklet features 16 essays about individuals – some immigrants themselves – who lost their lives because public officials, in various factions of government, chose to put the interests of criminal illegal aliens above protecting those of the American people.
The ages of the victims in this booklet range from five to ninety-two. They all died, some murdered quite brutally, because they were killed by foreign nationals (typically a male; typically a repeat criminal offender) who broke the law by unlawfully entering our country as highlighted in 8 U.S. Code, Section 1325.
As our southern border grows shockingly more porous, multitudes from over 120 nations, often ill with Covid and overburdening the U.S. Border Patrol, now casually and belligerently make their way into the interior of the United States. One wonders how many innocent people will be maimed, raped, tortured, murdered, or infected. One wonders who will be left without a parent, child, or grandparent. One wonders if a border even exists.
In the meantime, we choose to honor the victims and their loved ones and vow to “never forget,” as well as to continue to work toward exposing the mantra that illegal immigration is a victimless crime.
The terse essays were written by our very own Allan Wall. A native Oklahoman, Mr. Wall is a veteran, teacher, father, husband, patriot, and seasoned immigration watchdog.
The booklet is available at no cost. Please contact me, firstname.lastname@example.org, if you’d like a copy.