Hobil Bravo-Perez, 20, an illegal alien from Mexico, had been charged with six counts of child sex crimes after he had assaulted three underage girls.

Bravo-Perez faced six counts of child sex crimes after he was arrested last year for allegedly sexually assaulting three underage girls in Wisconsin. Despite the charges against him, the illegal alien pleaded not guilty. As of the moment, his pre-trial hearing will begin by July of 2020.

Based on police reports, the first incident happened when Bravo-Perez forced a 15-year-old girl to have sex with him. The illegal alien had contacted the girl using a social media platform and paid her $50 for sex.

In the second incident, the illegal alien sexually assaulted a 14-year-old girl on numerous occasions and had even physically beaten her. In the third incident, Bravo-Perez targeted a 12-year-old girl to have sex with him for about seven times. According to their brother, Jorge Bravo-Perez, Hobil, along with his brother, had been living illegally in the US using fake green cards and social security numbers. Currently, The Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has released the illegal alien from local custody and will be turned over for arrest and deportation.

On Sunday, another illegal alien was charged with 100 counts of child pornography possession and one count of intent to promote child pornography in Collier County, Florida. The illegal alien, Luis Fernando Garcia-Perez, 21, was arrested by the local county sheriff.

According to the report, Garcia-Perez stored countless videos and images of child porn on his mobile phone. Some of his files included children engaging in sex with adults. In fact, the illegal alien even intended to trade his stash of child pornography to other sexual predators.

Thankfully, the police were tipped off by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. Garcia-Perez was caught after he traded files of an underage child doing sexual acts on Facebook. The Sheriff’s office had thanked the anti-child pornography program. The police department had been coordinating with ICE for custody until he can be turned over to proper federal officials.

President Donald Trump plans to curb the influx of migrants in the country to give way for American workers as unemployment continued to rise. However, in a letter to the president, the Fortune 500 firms warned Trump that stricter visa policies might cause “discrimination” in the workplace. The firms explained that “Constraints on our human capital are likely to result in unintended consequences and may cause substantial economic uncertainty if we have to recalibrate our personnel based on country of birth.” This had been critical for top companies, especially since they had been relying on using migrants as a source of cheap labor.