Leonel Moreno, Wanted by Authorities, Continues to Advocate US Invasion and Home Squatting

(HorizonPost.com) – The Venezuelan national who posted a TikTok video instructing other illegals on how to squat in the homes of citizens is currently on the run from immigration authorities, the New York Post reported.

Leonel Moreno illegally crossed the border in Eagle Pass, Texas in April 2022. Rather than placing him in detention, immigration officials enrolled Morena in the Alternatives to Detention program, which allowed him to go free while being monitored by authorities.

According to internal documents from Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Moreno failed to abide by the terms of his release and was now listed as an “absconder,”

Moreno, who makes TikTok videos instructing other illegal aliens on how to break the law, appears to have filmed one of his videos in a suburb of Columbus, Ohio. According to the Post, in the video, Moreno is seen standing in front of a Gahanna, Ohio police car.

Police in Gahanna told the Post that while they were aware of the video, the police had not had any contact with Moreno and did not know where he was staying.

Former ICE official John Fabbricatore told the New York Post that the administration’s Alternatives to Detention program was “nothing short of a failure.”

Fabbricatore, who headed up the ICE field office in Denver, suggested that Moreno was just one of thousands of other illegals who have likely absconded from the program.

According to ICE documents, Moreno listed his point of contact as Catholic Charities in Miami.

Sources told the Post that ICE in Miami scheduled an immigration court date for November 2022 but Moreno didn’t appear.

In the TikTok video, Moreno explains how illegals could take advantage of squatters’ rights laws to invade uninhabited homes.

After the video went viral on social media, Moreno’s account on TikTok was removed. However, his Instagram account was still active.

On Wednesday, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis signed a bill into law protecting property owners from squatters.

Under the law, which will go into effect on July 1, property owners can file a request with local sheriffs to immediately remove squatters from a property. The law will also make it a felony for someone to sell or rent a property they do not own.

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