NYC subway murder suspect is supposedly a refugee

An article in the New York Post identifies the man  (Naeem Davis) who witnesses say pushed another immigrant (Ki Suk Han) to his death in the New York subway system as bystanders watched, as a “refugee” from Sierra Leone.

Dressed in an orange jumpsuit and sandals, the somber Sierra Leone refugee kept his head down through most of the hour-long interview. Davis, 30, said he’s a devout Muslim who went to a mosque daily.


Davis, meanwhile, immigrated to the United States in 1989 to live with his grandparents in Pennsylvania, he said.

A quick look at the 1989 ORR Annual report to Congress* tells us that no “refugees” were admitted from Sierra Leone (a largely Muslim country) that year.    If he came as he says, he could have been a family reunification case (chain migration!), or someone got him in illegally.

Pamela Geller at Atlas Shrugs has more on this guy.

* This is funny, that 1989 annual report was sent to Congress right on time in January 1990!  They followed the law!  We admitted nearly two times as many refugees that year (107,000) than we are bringing now and yet the Office of Refugee Resettlement was able to report to Congress.  Right now the ORR is three years behind (the entire time of the Obama Administration) and can’t (or won’t!) get these reports done.

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