What These US Marshals Did To Rescue 5 Missing Children And Take Down Gang Members Makes Them Absolute Heroes

(Tea Party 247) – The U.S. Marshal Service has been on a roll as of late, conducting a number of operations that have led to the arrest of many individuals involved in child trafficking and locating a number of missing children, proving they are truly the heroes our nation needs right now.

On Thursday the Marshal Service announced that 262 arrests were made, including 144 confirmed gang members, during an operation that was designed to take down gang-activity in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

Folks, it’s not a conspiracy theory to acknowledge the reality of child trafficking. It happens every day in this country and it’s an evil that must be stopped. Thankfully, law enforcement officers with the Marshal Service are working tirelessly to do just that.

Via American Military News:

The anti-gang campaign, known as “Operation Triple Beam,” also resulted in the discovery of five missing and endangered children, and the seizure of 72 firearms and “a significant amount of” narcotics. The two-month operation was led by the U.S. Marshals, in coordination with other federal agencies and state and local law enforcement members.

In a press conference Thursday, the U.S. Marshals announced the results of their 60-day operation, which began on July 6.

U.S. Marshalls gang operation

The U.S. Marshals alongside the OKCPD have completed a 60-day gang enforcement operation.

Posted by KOKH FOX 25 News, Oklahoma on Thursday, September 17, 2020

“Operation Triple Beam OKC was a targeted enforcement initiative by the Marshals and their partners to address violent crime in and around Oklahoma City,” said Johnny Kulhman, the U.S. Marshal for the Western District of Oklahoma.

The operation was supported by Oklahoma City Police Department, Oklahoma Highway Patrol, Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office, Shawnee Police Department, Yukon Police Department, Pottawatomie County Sherriff’s Office, Oklahoma Department of Corrections, Comanche County Detention, Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics, Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms, Homeland Security Investigations, Oklahoma County District Attorney’s Office and the United States Attorney’s Office for the Western District of Oklahoma.

According to a U.S. Marshals press release reported by Rochester First, among those arrested in the operation were 6 murder suspects, 21 assault suspects, 21 burglary suspects, 88 weapons offense suspects, and 57 drug offense suspects.

Imagine the relief for the parents who had their children ripped away from them by these evil, vile, wicked people. Do you think you will see those individuals at an anti-police rally, burning down businesses in the name of equality? Probably not.

Not all cops are bad cops. Just like not all lawyers are evil bloodsuckers who only care about making money.

Among those arrested in the anti-gang sweep was Pablo Robledo, a gang member who previously fled Oklahoma County Detention Center while awaiting murder charges. Robledo is reportedly a known Sureños gang member. During his initial escape, Robledo reportedly broke out a window and used several bedsheets to scale the Oklahoma County Detention Center, along with Jose Hernandez, a rape suspect.

Another arrested gang suspect, Dkwon Littlejohn, was a known Rollin 60’s Crip gang member. He is accused of breaking into the vehicle of a special agent who works for the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigations and stealing the agent’s service rifle from the vehicle.

Chasady and Charles Hall, who are both documented Dungee Crip gang members, were arrested in the operation. They were alleged to have kidnapped their children from an Oklahoma City daycare. The children were in the custody of the Department of Human Services when the alleged kidnapping occurred.

The discovery and rescue of five missing children in Operation Triple Beam comes less than a month after U.S. Marshals in Georgia led the recovery of 39 children, including 26 missing children and 13 other endangered children in a two-week period under “Operation Not Forgotten.” Nine people were arrested in the Georgia operation and faced charges including sex trafficking, parental kidnapping, registered sex offender violations, drugs and weapons possession and custodial interference.

It’s disgusting to think there are people out there who want to do this sort of disgusting harm to children, but they do exist. And as we have seen over the last few months, these pedophile rings are more prevalent than we realized. Thankfully, President Trump has made it one of his top goals to help destroy this wickedness against our most vulnerable citizens.

Here’s to hoping we see the end of this awful practice before more children have their lives ruined.

Source: americanmilitarynews.com/2020/09/us-marshals-arrest-141-gang-members-rescue-5-missing-kids-in-ok-operation/