Mayorkas must hand over docs on illegal migrants accused of heinous crimes, including disabled teen’s rape, NYPD mob attack: House subpoena

Opinion: This guy is a serious threat to the avenger American. The amount of damage he is doing to society is mind boggling that he isn’t behind bars years ago.

Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas was hit with a House Judiciary Committee subpoena Friday demanding he produce long-awaited records on nine migrants suspected of sickening crimes, including the rape of a disabled teen girl and a mob assault on two NYPD cops.

DHS must hand over documents on the accused criminals by 9 a.m. on July 17, according to documents exclusively obtained by The Post.

Cory Alvarez.
The committee is seeking records on Cory Alvarez, who was arrested for allegedly raping a disabled girl in March. Boston Globe via Getty Images

“Your response, to date, without compulsory process has been inadequate,” Committee Chairman Rep. Him Jordan (R-Ohio) wrote in the filing’s scathing cover letter.

Jordan accused Mayorkas of deliberately dragging his feet “for months on end” as the committee made repeated requests for information starting in October 2023.

“Accordingly, nine A-files prioritized by the Committee — in addition to three A-Files the Department is compelled to produce pursuant to the Committee’s December 8, 2023, subpoena — remain outstanding,” Jordan wrote, referring to a list of 20 priority cases given to Mayorkas’ agency on April The A-files have information about interactions between illegal immigrants and US Customs and Border Patrol.

One of the remaining requests involves Cory Alvarez, a 26-year-old Haitian migrant who was arrested in March for allegedly raping a disabled teenage girl at a migrant shelter outside Boston.

Alvarez — released on a paltry $500 bail this week — entered the US in June 2023 through President Biden’s controversial parole program for Cubans, Haitians, Nicaraguans and Venezuelans (CHNV).

Jordan’s committee is now seeking his “A-file” as well as any other material related to his immigration case.

Alvarez was supposedly bailed earlier this week.
Alvarez was bailed earlier this week. Plymouth County DA’s Office

“DHS’s failure to produce these materials hinders the Committee’s ability to fulfill its constitutional oversight obligations,” Jordan insisted.

A lack of serious oversight, Jordan warned, allowed for “vulnerabilities” that “violent criminal aliens” could exploit in order to enter the US.

In addition to Alvarez, the committee is seeking documentation on six men who were linked to the assault of two NYPD officers in Times Square on Jan. 27.

One of the six, Jhoan Boada, 22, was already “exonerated” in that case after an investigation revealed he had been misidentified.

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The committee is also demanding information on Renzo Mendoza Montes, who was arrested in February for allegedly raping a teen girl in Virginia, and Carlos Obed Yepez-Bedoya, who was on the terror watchlist when he was nabbed at Eagle Pass, Texas, in March.

The DHS did not immediately respond to The Post’s request for a comment on the subpoena.

In February, the House voted 214-213 to pass two articles of impeachment against Mayorkas on charges of “willful and systemic refusal to comply” with federal immigration law and lying to Congress about the border being “secure.”

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