Flash: ACLU ‘Trusts’ Serial Sex Assailant From Honduras
A thrice-deported Honduras national linked to multiple indecent exposure and sex abuses cases is in a Fairfax County (Va.) jail. Whether U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) gets another crack at removing him is a crap shoot because Virginia’s largest county has a “trust policy” that bars local officials from cooperating with federal immigration agents.
Authorities say Juan Rodriguez Alfaro, 42, may be connected to 21 separate incidents in the Washington, D.C., area, often appearing naked from the waist down. He is also a suspect in a 2021 attack on a female jogger in New York.
ICE says it has lodged a detainer request with Fairfax County so the agency would be alerted in the event Rodriguez Alfaro is released. But county officials are under continued pressure not to cooperate.
Immigration activists claim that the Fairfax policy to shield illegal aliens – including criminal ones — is not being applied rigorously enough. The ACLU and a group of legal aid attorneys worry that the county is including too much information in its arrest reports, which go to a law enforcement database that ICE agents can mine for potential removal cases.
The complaint assumes that the Biden administration is actually interested in performing this level of work. But just in case, ACLU & Co. are bent on handcuffing law enforcement in order to aid and abet illegal aliens.
Ironically, the complaint came one day before Rodriguez Alfaro’s arrest. If Fairfax’s “trust policy” is carried out to the satisfaction of a pack of hectoring lawyers, county residents – and Americans everywhere — will have one less reason to trust for their own safety.