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FBI Warns Of Potential Partnership Between 2 Violent International Gangs Inside US

Anastasia Boushee
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The FBI has issued a warning about the possibility that a violent gang of illegal aliens from Venezuela is teaming up with members of the vicious MS-13 gang after being let into the U.S. thanks to President Joe Biden’s open borders policies.

New York City has already witnessed the Venezuelan gang’s handiwork, as a recent report revealed that the gang members were responsible for a crime wave. The New York Police Department (NYPD) announced a crackdown on the gang last week after linking it to the crime spree, which involved more than 62 robberies across four out of five of New York City’s boroughs. The gang is believed to be Tren de Aragua, a violent Venezuelan gang with international ambitions.

There has been no proven connection between Tren de Aragua and MS-13, but the FBI has announced that it is monitoring for “emerging threats.”

“The sharing of intelligence allows our law enforcement partners to identify whether these threats are affecting their communities and provides them the ability to be proactive in combating those threats,” an FBI spokesperson told Fox News Digital in a statement. “Violent transnational organizations which may pose threats to American communities are a top criminal priority for the FBI.”

Meanwhile, the New York Post has confirmed that Tren de Aragua is responsible for the violent robberies and attacks across New York City, and has warned that the Venezuelan gang poses a serious threat to American communities. Many members of the violent gang, including its ringleader Hector Guerrero, have escaped prison in the past few years.

It has been reported by authorities that Guerrero is likely living inside the United States after illegally crossing Biden’s wide-open border.

Venezuelan illegal alien Franco Alexander Peraza Navas was apprehended by NYPD officers last week in connection to the string of violent robberies. In a statement to the New York Post, Navas warned that Tren de Aragua is operating across several states.


“In a million years, I never thought you’d catch me. I’ve been going to Miami every three weeks, and it’s much bigger than me,” he told the outlet.

Navas has been connected to numerous crimes, including being tied to an illegal firearm used in a December 9 heist in Fort Lauderdale. That exact gun was also tied to a $279,000 robbery on November 22 at Solid Gold Jewelry in Manhattan.

The New York Post also noted that “Navas and his alleged accomplices are suspected in other Big Apple incidents, including a shootout with another crew in the Bronx on Nov. 18, and a Bergen County robbery that is still under investigation.”

“In all, cops pinned two carjackings and six gunpoint robberies or attempted robberies on Navas when he was finally nabbed while allegedly shoplifting at a Macy’s department store in Yonkers on Dec. 17 — all pulled off within the previous five months,” the outlet reported, citing unnamed law enforcement sources.

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