Tammy Nobles has filed a lawsuit against the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) claiming that they permitted an individual associated with a dangerous gang to enter the country unlawfully. Tragically, this alleged gang member is accused of committing the heinous acts of rape and murder against her 20-year-old daughter. As reported by News Nation, Tammy is seeking $100 million in damages, aiming to shed light on the pressing issue of the border crisis and the imminent threats it poses.
The family’s attorney stated, “We’re bringing this lawsuit because we’re tired of being held hostage in our own country. We’re tired of DHS playing Russian roulette with our lives.”
House Impeachment Hearing: A Virginia mother whose daughter Kayla Hamilton was killed by an MS-13 murderer who brutally strangled and raped her testifies:
"If we had stricter border policies, my daughter would still be alive today."
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During testimony at Alejandro Mayorkas’s impeachment inquiry, Nobles said, “The illegal MS-13 known gang member brutally raped and murdered my daughter by strangling her with a cord and robbed her of $6.00.”
“During the attack Kayla called her boyfriend for help but went to voicemail. The voicemail of the murderer strangling Kayla was 2 minutes and 30 seconds long,“ Nobles said.
Tammy Nobles, the mother of Kayla Hamilton, her autistic daughter, tragically lost her life at the age of 20 in 2022 after being raped and strangled. The suspect, a teenager believed to be associated with the MS-13 gang, has been charged in connection with her death and is currently awaiting trial.
Reports indicate that Nobles has criticized the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) for allegedly failing to properly identify the suspect’s gang tattoos and allowing him to enter the country illegally without facing any consequences. Furthermore, she has also pointed out that they allegedly neglected to appropriately process the suspect as a minor, as all minors are required by law to have a family member or sponsor residing in the United States before entering.
Her mother then spoke out, saying: “Kayla fought for her life that day with all that she had and in the end she lost to an individual that wasn’t even supposed to be allowed in the country..”
“For me this not a political issue this a safety issue for everyone living in the United States. This could have been anyone’s daughter. I don’t want any other parent to live the nightmare that I am living,” she continued.
“I am her voice now and I am going to fight with everything I have to get her story told and bring awareness of the issue at the border,” she added.
Nobles advocated for more stringent border policies and enforcement in order to prevent others from experiencing a comparable destiny.
She concluded, “This isn’t about immigration. This is about protecting everyone in the United States.”