Tragic Death: See Photos of Man Who Jumped of a Bridge After He was Deported From America the Third Time
The face of the man who took his own life after he was deported from America for the third time has been revealed.
Pictures of a Mexican man who killed himself after he was deported from America has been released on social media.
Guadalupe Olivas Valencia, 44 had just a plastic bag of belongings in his hand, after being deported from the United States before he killed himself by jumping off a bridge in view of the US border on Teusday.
Valencia, who was divorced, had been deported back to Mexico just 30 minutes before he took his own life.
The man who is a Sinaloa state threw himself to his death, authorities said. He had jumped 30 meters (100 feet). He was reported to have killed himself after being sent back to Mexico for the third time.
The tragedy comes as US President Donald Trump has pledged to deport millions of undocumented migrants living in the United States. Trump has called Mexican migrants criminals and pledged to build a massive border wall.
On Facebook, his family paid tribute to Valencia.
God has you in his holy glory today,’ one relative wrote. ‘You left this world, we know that we’ll no longer see you physically but in my mind and my heart you will always be present. I know that you’re resting in peace. RIP. Condolences for the whole Olivas Valencia family.’
‘We will miss you so much, man,’ his niece Jennifer Diaz wrote. ‘You’re an angel from the sky.’
Mexican authorities reported that Valencia had refused to stay in a migrant shelter at the border but accepted food provided by the National Institute of Migration for his journey through Mexico.
Valencia’s tragic suicide occurred the same day as two memorandums from the Department of Home Security revealed the government would start an expedited deportation of immigrants captured at US borders, and declared that almost anyone in the US illegally can be deported, regardless of whether they’ve committed a crime.
Drafts of two memos seen by Reuters vastly widen the scope of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents, potentially affecting hundreds of thousands of people.
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