Man Who Wanted To Kill Migrants Arrested

(GoRealNewsNow.com) – While patriotic Americans are increasingly worried by the ongoing illegal immigrant invasion on President Joe Biden’s watch, a Tennessee man seems to have crossed the line and gone to extremes by allegedly planning to kill migrants at the Southern Border.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) arrested the man last Friday after he expressed intentions to perpetrate violence against illegal immigrants crossing the US-Mexican border, The Hill informs in a report.

The individual, identified as Paul Faye from Cunningham, faces charges related to the possession of a firearm that was not registered, according to official court filings.

These documents, initially brought to light by Court Watch, detail an investigation spanning almost a year, which included operations by undercover agents.

Faye became a subject of interest for surveillance after establishing a connection with Bryan Perry, who already faces charges for committing “various violent federal felonies.”

The investigation found that Perry and Faye had maintained “extensive contact” before Perry’s detention.

Faye had shared his aspirations with Perry and another accomplice to journey to the US-Mexico border to engage in violent acts.

In May 2023, an undercover agent recorded a conversation with Faye in which he articulated the need for preparation before undertaking their mission to the Southern Border.

“The patriots are going to rise up because we are being invaded,” Faye remarked during this conversation.

Subsequent communications revealed Faye discussing obtaining explosive materials, suggesting a readiness to escalate their plans.

The court filings revealed the authorities thought Faye’s activities would involve shooting at people at the border.

A search of Faye’s residence uncovered a “war room” equipped with an array of firearms, a substantial stockpile of ammunition, communication radios, and a bulletproof vest.

Based on the evidence gathered, law enforcement concluded that there was “probable cause to believe” that Faye was guilty of the offense of possessing and possibly intending to sell or transfer an unregistered firearm, in violation of regulations set by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF).

The notes that this arrest occurs amid escalating tensions at the Southern Border

The GOP Texas Governor, Greg Abbott, has sought to secure the border in defiance of the Biden administration, while House Democrats accuse him of fostering a climate that could lead to violence.

Twenty-five Republican governors have supported Abbott’s stance, with several offering material support and the deployment of National Guard units.