Another Afghanistan evacuee who has recently arrived in the US is revealed to ...

Another Afghanistan evacuee who has recently arrived in the US is revealed to ...
Another Afghanistan evacuee who has recently arrived in the US is revealed to ...
Another Afghan evacuee is revealed to be a felon: Robber deported from US in 2017 is identified among arrivals after rapist was arrested in DC having caught a flight out of Kabul The unidentified man was convicted of aggravated robbery in 2011 The man was initially deported in 2017  He got through the Biden administration's vetting process for boarding on a flight to Washington   This is the second recent case of a felon coming over from Afghanistan as America tries to bring over people seeking freedom from the Taliban 

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Another Afghanistan evacuee who has recently arrived in the United States has been revealed to be a convicted felon who was deported from America four years ago. 

This is the second recent case of a felon coming over from Afghanistan as America tries to bring over people seeking freedom from the Taliban's return to power in the country.   

The unidentified man was convicted of aggravated robbery in 2011. He was deported in 2017. 

He got through the Biden administration's vetting process, boarding a flight to Washington Dulles International Airport to come to the country.  

Another Afghanistan evacuee who has recently arrived in the United States has been revealed to be a convicted felon who was deported from America four years ago

Another Afghanistan evacuee who has recently arrived in the United States has been revealed to be a convicted felon who was deported from America four years ago 

A convicted rapist who was deported from the US in 2017 was recently arrested at Dulles after catching Ethiopian Airlines evacuation flight out of Kabul.

Ghader Heydari, 47, boarded a flight for evacuees but was flagged by border officials upon arrival into Washington. 

A man whose name and age match Heydari‘s pleaded guilty to rape in Ada County, Idaho, in 2010, and he served more than five years in prison. According to The Washington Times, Heydari came to the US as a refugee and was granted a green card in 2000. 

It's not clear how he got on the flight because it was 'unlikely' that he had a Special Immigrant Visa or that he was a refugee.  

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