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Hundreds Mourn Laken Riley and Wyatt Banks

Hundreds of UGA students gathered Thursday to mourn the murder of Laken Riley and the death of UGA freshman Wyatt Banks, who reportedly died by suicide.

“With hundreds of people in attendance, no one in the University of Georgia community grieved alone.” report red & black.

“Students and the campus community gathered in memory at Tate Plaza on Monday, February 26th to honor the lives of Wyatt Banks and Laken Riley. The wake was organized by UGA’s Kappa Sigma fraternity. and the Alpha Chi Omega Sorority Chapter (Brothers and Sisters of Banks and Riley).”

Riley attended UGA until transferring to the Augusta University College of Nursing in Athens in the spring of 2023, where she was named to the Dean’s List.

“Layken was a wonderful daughter, sister, friend, and overall wonderful human being. Her love for the Lord was embodied in every aspect of her life,” her obituary said. It was written.

Since then, a GoFundMe in Laken Riley’s honor has received more than $125,000 in donations.

“Words cannot express the pain and heartache that Mr. Laken’s family and friends are experiencing,” the GoFundMe post reads. “She touched the lives of those around her, including her wonderful girlfriends, her sisters, and her daughter. Her contagious smile and contagious laugh made her a great addition to everyone. It lit up every room.”

As Breitbart News reported, Laken Riley has become yet another name on the list of American citizens who have reportedly died at the hands of illegal immigrants in the United States.

On February 23, Jose Antonio Ibarra, a 26-year-old illegal immigrant from Venezuela, kidnapped and murdered Laken Riley, a nursing student at Augusta University, who had gone for a morning jog around the University of Georgia campus in Athens the previous day. was indicted for the crime.

Before arriving in Athens, Ibarra was protected from deportation thanks to New York state’s sanctuary state policy.

Ybarra was arrested in New York City in August 2023 and charged with injury to a child under 17 and motor vehicle traffic violation. Sanctuary state law guaranteed that Mr. Ybarra would be released from prison before ICE agents could claim his custody.

Had Riley been turned over to ICE agents, it is almost certain that he would not have been in Athens months later during his morning jog on February 22nd.

Augusta University students and University of Georgia students wearing blue gather at Tate Plaza on the UGA campus on February 26, 2024 in Athens, Georgia. Remembering Laken Riley, a nursing student at Augusta University’s Athens campus who was found dead Thursday, Feb. 22 (Nell Carroll/Atlanta Journal-via Associated Press)

In the wake of Laken Riley’s death, Sheriff John Q. Williams (D), representing Athens, Clark County, Georgia, has decided to hand over immigrants with criminal records to Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) for deportation. It was later revealed that he had said he was against it. To deplore it is to promote a “culture of fear.”

“We cannot support a culture of fear in our communities and we expect citizens to respond and help us depending on the situation, because many of our law enforcement agencies Because it’s true that it’s based on the support of society…if we’re against people because they’re undocumented or undocumented; They have instilled that fear within them and are more likely to not come to us when we need their help, as well as when they need our help. ” he previously said.

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