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ICE deports MS-13 member wanted for murder in El Salvador

February 20, 2018  |  Posted by: Francesca Falzarano
ICE deports MS-13 member wanted for murder in El Salvador

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A member of the ultra-violent MS-13 gang wanted for homicide by authorities in El Salvador was deported from the U.S. on Friday by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO).

According to top an ICE press release, Raul Ramos-Guido, 32, was a convicted criminal alien illegally in the U.S. and had previously been deported to El Salvador in 2014.

On Friday, he left the country from Alexandria International Airport in Louisiana escorted by ERO deportation officers. He was transferred to El Salvadoran law enforcement upon his arrival.

Ramos was most recently arrested on immigration violations in 2015 at his home in Falls Church, Virginia.

Ramos was targeted for immigration enforcement because he was an dpcumented gang member with a criminal history who had previously been deported from the U.S.

Following his arrest, he was prosecuted and found guilty in the Eastern District of Virginia on charges of illegal re-entry and sentenced to 36 months behind bars.

While Ramos was in federal custody, Interpol, on behalf of El Salvadoran law enforcement, published a Red Notice for his arrest. He was wanted for murder in his native country.

On December 26th, ERO took custody of Ramos after he was released from federal prison to expedite his removal.

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