Pakistani Man Caught Entering US at Mexico Border


Illegal alien from Pakistan had fake passport and residence card from two different South American countries.

A Pakistani man, Javaid Muhammad, was caught on Sunday, May 8, entering the U.S. illegally from Mexico.   Court documents reveal he has previously crossed into the country undetected.   He is now in federal custody in Texas, and is scheduled to appear in court on May 20 in McAllen.  The FBI has now taken over his case.

Judicial Watch said authorities confiscated Muhammad’s fake Ecuadorean passport and Chilean residence card.  During his initial capture, Muhammad gave Border Patrol an account of his journey from Pakistan to America.  Four days later, when he met with the FBI, they faced him with the fake passport and residence cards and he admitted he had lied initially.

“The FBI was in possession of records consisting of photographs and travel records, as well as written accounts from other government agencies, which show that the statements Muhammad made during his interviews by the USBP and the FBI were materially false, fictitious or fraudulent,” according to the criminal complaint.

According to Judicial Watch, American taxpayers are providing the Pakistani with a free lawyer because the judge, Dorina Ramos, determined this week that Muhammad doesn’t have the money to hire one.

This comes on the heels of other recent reports of Middle Eastern men being caught along the border, and working with the drug cartels.   In November, a group of six – five Pakistani men and one from Afghanistan – were captured about 16 miles north of the Arizona/Mexico border.

Also in November 8 Syrians were caught at the border in Laredo.

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