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Laken Riley’s 1st Grade Teacher Posted A Letter That Laken Wrote For Class – She Reveals Slain Nursing Student’s Childhood Dream That Was Cut Short Thanks to Joe Biden

Riley, a nursing student at Augusta University in Athens, Georgia, went for a routine run on Thursday, February 22 morning and crossed paths with an illegal immigrant who police say beat her to death near Lake Herrick on the University of Georgia campus in a crime of opportunity.

Jose Antonio Ibarra, 26, was arrested on Friday, February 23 and charged with murder, aggravated battery, aggravated assault, false imprisonment, kidnapping, hindering a 911 call, and concealing the death of another, according to UGA police Chief Jeffrey Clark. Ibarra lives in Athens but he is not a US citizen.

He also has no known affiliation with the university and this is why investigators do not believe Ibarra knew Riley.

Ali Bradley of NewsNation later revealed that Ibarra did enter America illegally from Venezuela, thanks to Biden. She discovered Customs and Border Protection documents showing he crossed into El Paso, Texas in September 2022 and was released due to lack of detention space.

Bradley also revealed Jose Antonio Ibarra was arrested five months ago in New York. According to records, he was detained on 9/14/23 in Queens for injury to a child less than 17 and no license.

An illegal alien harmed a child and was allowed to walk free!

Riley was a stellar scholar who had previously made the Dean’s list and was active in church along with her sorority. She was also a dedicated athlete, having run the Athens, Georgia Half-Marathon in October.

Riley’s first-grade teacher shared Riley’s photo along with a heartwrenching note capturing Laken’s childhood dream written when she was her young student, “When I grow up, I want to be a nurse beacause it helps people to get better and it looks very fun to help people.

The same picture was shared on X and many people mourned the death of young Laken.

But this dream was cut short thanks to Joe Biden and the radical Democrats.
“Every year I had my first graders publish a book. Each student wrote about their future plans. Laken knew from the time she was six years old that she wanted to be a nurse. She SHOULD have been able to be a nurse,” Riggs wrote on her Facebook account.

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