Illegal Migrant Charged With Murdering Budding College Student

On the southern side of the University of Georgia in Athens, 22-year-old nursing student Laken Riley began jogging along the dirt trails that loop around Lake Herrick and intramural fields. But nobody ever saw her alive again.

Within thirty minutes of Riley’s roommate calling campus law enforcement and reporting her missing, Riley was discovered dead in a forested area beyond the lake. Her skull was disfigured from the assault.

Jose Antonio Ibarra, a 26-year-old illegal alien from Venezuela who resided in an apartment building next to the park where Riley was jogging, reportedly killed the aspiring nurse that morning in what the university’s Police Chief Jeffrey Clark called a criminal act of opportunity.

Reports show Venezuelan national Jose Antonio Ibarra was apprehended and identified as the murderer by the UGA Police Department. In a press conference, UGA Police Chief Jeffrey L. Clark said that Ibarra is facing charges of many crimes, including felony murder, impeding a 911 call, aggravated assault, abduction, and concealing a death.

NewsNation’s Ali Bradley broke the story on social media, claiming that Biden was instrumental in Ibarra’s illegal entry to the United States from Venezuela. According to records, he was freed from custody in September 2022 after crossing into El Paso, Texas.  Late in 2023,  Jose Antonio Ibarra was detained in Queens, New York, for harm to a minor and operating a vehicle without a valid driver’s license. According to records, he was quickly released.

In September of 2022, Ibarra and his wife reportedly illegally entered the US through El Paso, Texas, as stated by the United States Department of Homeland Security. His wife revealed that they were placed on a bus and transported to New York after they were detained and then freed.  An immigration attorney revealed that during that time, illegal migrants from Venezuela were granted a special protection status in the US.