Illegal immigration may be a hot topic for politicians running for office, but as Americans, it should be an even greater area of concern. The left is determined to make us an open border country, allowing any and everyone in, no matter their criminal background. That’s why I feel it is important to highlight the serious crimes committed by so many illegal immigrants in this weekly report.
Week of December 20-26
This is not an analysis, but rather a report of the more serious crimes committed by illegal aliens. While there may have been many more, hundreds even, arrests of illegal aliens for simple infractions, here we concentrate only on the most dangerous of offenses.
Man Poisons Roommate
A 22-year-old Chinese national is being charged with attempted murder after he was accused of trying to poison his longtime roommate to death and vandalizing the victim’s property with hate graffiti.
Yukai Yang is a former Lehigh University chemistry studying. He was in the United States on a student visa, which has been revoked due to the charges pending against him. Police became suspicious of Yang when his roommate, an African American man, filed a complaint after finding the N-word scrawled across some of his belongings. While investigating, they found a racially charged letter as well, and then noticed that the victim appeared to be ill. When they questioned him, the man said he had been sick for some time.
During the investigation, the victim said he had drunk from a bottle and his tongue started to burn. He was sent for testing and blood results showed an increased level of thallium, which was used as a rodent or ant killer but has been banned in the United States.
When questioned, Yang told the investigators that he had noticed his roommate’s milk and mouthwash change color. He suggested someone had broken in and tampered with the victim’s items. The chemistry student then admitted he had once purchased thallium online with the intent to use it on himself if his grades started to suffer.
Investigators said the thallium had been added to food and drinks over a period of time and the victim steadily declined with the symptoms. The two men had been roommates for years and officials said the victim was shocked to find out Yang had allegedly been poisoning him since they seemed to get along and he was not aware of any problems between them.
Exposure to thallium can cause nausea, high blood pressure, rapid heart rate, kidney and nerve damage. The victim has since graduated from the university, but still suffers from the longtime poisoning. Yang is incarcerated and waiting for a court hearing on attempted murder charges.
Remember to check back next week for the next installment of our crime watch.