An American woman has lodged a $100 million unlawful death lawsuit against the Biden administration, alleging that the Department of Homeland Security was negligent in the murder of her daughter. The incident is an absolutely devastating tale. The lawsuit alleges that U.S. Border Patrol agents released from custody an unaccompanied minor allegedly affiliated with the murderous gang MS-13.
Tuesday via telephone, Tammy Nobles, a witness who testified before the House Homeland Security Committee on Thursday during the second impeachment hearing of DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, disclosed that she has filed a wrongful death suit against the DHS. Nobles is initiating legal proceedings in regard to the rape and strangling incident that allegedly could have been prevented involving her autistic young daughter, Kayla Hamilton.
“It just makes me angry that this could have been prevented if they could have done their job down at the border. If they would have done their job then we wouldn’t be here right now doing this,” Nobles explained.
Happy 1st heavenly birthday baby girl! You would be 21 today. I miss you so much and love you so much also 💕 Your name will never be forgotten ❤️ #kaylahamilton #NeverForget#sayhername #justiceforkaylahamilton pic.twitter.com/U2LFz68uo6
— Tammy Nobles (@tammy_kay18) July 24, 2023
This is a day to remember Kayla & the beautiful memories she made & the impressions she left on those that knew her. Her life was beautiful & this day will not be shadowed by someone else's sin. Happy 1st heavenly birthday baby girl! Enjoy your 21st birthday in Heaven! Miss you! pic.twitter.com/SubyTdmBRw
— Tammy Nobles (@tammy_kay18) July 24, 2023
Legal action was commenced this month against the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) by Pasadena, California-based Claypool Law Firm attorney Brian Claypool.
“A teen with alleged ties to the MS-13 gang has been charged in her death and is awaiting trial, according to Fox News.
Nobles joined “Fox & Friends First” before testifying at a second impeachment hearing for Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas on Capitol Hill over the migrant crisis at the southern border.
“She was brutally murdered and raped in her room, and he strangled her with the phone cord. And then he just robbed her of $6, and he just left her on the floor like trash and went to lunch with his half brother like nothing happened,” Nobles told the network.
“He had a record, a criminal record in El Salvador in 2020. And he also had gang tattoos. All they had to do was make one phone call to pull up his criminal record in El Salvador to find out… he was on the list for and listed as a known gang member of MS-13. Those two things should have kept him from entering the country.”
“Republican lawmakers have accused Mayorkas of a “dereliction of duty” and a “willful violation of his oath” in his handling of the border, where there have been record levels of migrant encounters,” Fox added.
The House Homeland Security Committee kicked off their final impeachment hearing Thursday morning with Nobles as a witness.
“Homeland Security and the Department of Health and Human Services didn’t do their jobs. If they had done their job and properly vetted and checked her murderer, my daughter would still be alive today,” Nobles went on during the interview, adding “He wouldn’t have been allowed to go from Texas all the way to Maryland.”
In a separate interview on Thursday’s early morning program “Fox & Friends,” a bereaved New Hampshire woman whose son perished tragically from fentanyl toxic exposure stated that the federal government’s opposition to Texas’ border security efforts is “hard to understand.”
“I was very frustrated with Joe Biden’s administration. I feel like nothing has been done. I was really feeling like they don’t care about the numbers of people that are dying from fentanyl. … I would really like Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, who’s the border czar, to go down to the border and address the issue,” expressed Andrea Cahill.
This is a montage of videos I took as we constructed the first-ever, privately funded border wall in Sunland Park, New Mexico. I dedicated it to Angel Moms & Dads who lost sons or daughters to criminal illegal aliens. I got to know many Angel Parents. Try not to cry at the end. pic.twitter.com/YzXFLuIVWC
— Just Jeff From Cali (@liberty_clarion) January 12, 2024
“Texas is locked in a battle with the federal government over its seizure of a park along the Rio Grande River, with DHS claiming the move is unconstitutional and impedes Border Patrol operations along the border,” Fox News noted.
— Tammy Nobles (@tammy_kay18) June 17, 2023
Texas took control of Shelby Park in Eagle Pass, an area that had previously served as a staging area for processing during migrant surges in the busy crossing area, on Wednesday.
On Wednesday, U.S. Customs and Border Protection reported a massive seizure of the deadly drug.
“TUCSON, Ariz. – U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Office of Field Operations, Area Port of Douglas officers arrested a 19-year-old male attempting to smuggle nearly 492,000 blue fentanyl pills into the United States,” the agency reported.
On Friday, January 12, 2024, officers at the Area Port of Douglas referred a 19-year-old United States Citizen male, for additional inspection of his pickup truck as he attempted to enter the United States. The search led to the discovery of 500 packages of blue pills which were concealed in a compartment in bed of the pickup. Initial testing of the pills was positive for the properties of fentanyl. The weight of the packages was just 122.98 pounds, which equates to approximately 492,000 pills.
Douglas Area Port Director, Martin Gomez commended the results and successes of his personnel. “Continued layered enforcement actions and our entire team’s joint efforts are key to fulfilling our mission of protecting the homeland. Our officers are keeping deadly drugs off our streets.”
Officers seized the drugs and vehicle, while the subject was arrested and turned over to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Homeland Security Investigations.