Hamid Mohamed Ahmed Ali Rehaif, a 25-year-old from the United Arab Emirates, was arrested in Florida and charged with unlawfully possessing ammo. He could face up to ten years in federal prison and be instantly deported.
He came to America in 2013 on a school visa, but he wasn’t in school as of 2014. What he’s still doing in America, we don’t know. Since he’s no longer attending the university, that makes him an illegal immigrant.
What’s an illegal immigrant doing in America getting arrested for carrying ammunition? That doesn’t sound good, does it?
He was arrested at a hotel in Melbourne, Florida, where he admit to having what’s considered illegal firearms for an illegal immigrant. He claims the weapons have been sold or disposed of, but what does that mean? How do you dispose of a weapon? Throw it in the ocean? Sold? To who? Lies or truth? What’s really going on here?
If he came to America to attend college, then why isn’t he enrolled in classes and why is he wandering around with weapons?
If he bought them for protection from bullies at college -that could be understood. Some people are jerks in college. However, he hasn’t been in school for about two years.
What were his intentions with the weapons and why’s he living in a hotel for the last 53 days? Where does one get money to do that?
Is this behavior what Donald Trump wants to stop? It’s one thing to come to America, get a college degree, and go be something productive for the world. But to come to America, stop going to college, and get caught with weapons or ammunition as an illegal immigrant – then some heads will turn and might think the worst of it.
Conservative Tribune – Rehaif had been living out of the hotel for at least the past 53 days, checking in and out on a daily basis, spending more than $11,000 in cash for the various room fees.
Rehaif also admitted to investigators that he had been in possession of several firearms, a felony offense for an illegal immigrant, but claimed to have recently sold or otherwise disposed of the weapons.
However, the U.S. Attorney’s Office stated in a press release: “Agents located rounds of handgun and rifle ammunition in his hotel room and in a storage unit that he had rented, but they did not locate any firearms.”
It was not immediately clear where those firearms were.
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