Angel Family Sues Biden For Freeing MS-13 Killer

 January 18, 2024

A lawsuit has thrust a grieving family into the national spotlight.

An Angel Family has taken legal action against the U.S. government, seeking justice for a heinous crime attributed to a released MS-13 gang member.

In a case that grips the conscience of a nation, Tammy Nobles, an Angel Mom, accompanied by her attorney Brian Claypool, has initiated a $100 million wrongful death lawsuit. The suit is targeted against President Joe Biden's Department of Homeland Security and Health and Human Services. It alleges a catastrophic failure to properly vet an MS-13 gang member who was subsequently charged with the brutal murder and rape of 20-year-old Kayla Hamilton.

Tragic Loss of a Young Life

Kayla Hamilton's life was tragically cut short in July 2022. She was strangled with a phone charger cord and then violated posthumously, a barbaric act that has left her family seeking answers and accountability.

The accused, an illegal alien and purported MS-13 gang member was released into the United States as an Unaccompanied Alien Child (UAC) without a thorough background check.

The family's lawsuit contends that the federal agencies were negligent in their duties. They failed to communicate with Salvadoran authorities to verify the criminal history of the individual who claimed to be fleeing gang violence. This lack of due diligence, according to the lawsuit, directly led to Hamilton's murder.

The Case Sparks Legislative Attention

Congressional representatives have taken an active role in scrutinizing the events leading up to Hamilton's death. Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) and Rep. Tom McClintock (R-CA) have been at the forefront of an inquiry into how such a violent individual was allowed into the country unchecked.

Their investigation revealed that no contact was made with Salvadoran police to ascertain the background of the accused.

Despite their efforts, DHS and HHS have been resistant to providing information. This has only intensified the need for transparency and stirred further debate on the efficiency of screening processes for UACs. The family and the representatives are determined to uncover the full extent of the system's failures.

Legal Battle Amidst Immigration Concerns

Over 370,000 UACs have been admitted into the U.S. during the Biden administration, the majority being males aged 15 to 18. This statistic has become a focal point in the debate over the effectiveness of the U.S. immigration system and its ability to screen for potential threats. The Hamilton case is a stark reminder of the potential consequences of inadequate vetting.

Brian Claypool, the Nobles' attorney, emphasized the significance of the lawsuit and the broader implications for the country's immigration policies. The family and their legal team are seeking justice and systemic changes to prevent such tragedies in the future.

I’m hoping to achieve change … I wish her murderer was properly vetted and background checked because she would still be here today and I wouldn’t you know following the path that I am.


The lawsuit by the Angel Family against President Biden's DHS and HHS is rooted in the tragic demise of Kayla Hamilton, whose life was brutally taken by an MS-13 gang member negligently released into the U.S. This legal action, accompanied by congressional inquiries, underscores the dire need for a more robust vetting process for UACs.

The family's quest for answers and their attorney's call for change resonate with a public concerned about immigration control and safety. The lawsuit seeks a monetary award and a reform that would ensure that no other family endures a similar loss.

About Robert Cunningham

With years of experience at the forefront of political commentary, Robert Cunningham brings a blend of sharp wit and deep insight to his analysis of American principles at the Capitalism Institute.

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