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Former MS-13 Assassin Tells Tucker Carlson ‘It’s Easy’ for Gang Members to Enter US

After spending last week in El Salvador, Fox News Channel’s Tucker Carlson is using all of his programs to expose elements of the MS-13 street gang that has been causing violence and brutality across the United States.

On Tuesday night’s broadcast, Carlson interviewed a former “assassin” for MS-13 who says “it’s easy” for its gang members to get into the U.S.

The unidentified man said he was a “trigger man” at the age of 15 when he first murdered someone. The man said he stabbed a shopkeeper to death who he believed was an informant. The killing was required in order for him to be admitted to the MS-13 gang.

The man also told Carlson that he had killed members of his own gang as well as his own relatives, because that was his job.

While the man said he had never been to the United States himself, he knew plenty of other MS-13 members who made their way to the states without a problem.

“They have their passes, they have their people,” he said, adding that when an MS-13 member wants to travel, they just ask for permission from a founding member who will then make the necessary contacts with the right people.

The man told Carlson there are MS-13 members in Honduras, El Slavador, Guatemala, Mexico and the U.S. who coordinate travel between the nations for gang members and that “there’s always a commission” for their effots.

Carlson spent time in El Salvador with Attorney General Jeff Sessions who traveled there to discuss the MS-13 gang issues with El Salvador’s attorney general, Douglas Melendez.

Sessions was also meeting with other members of law enforcement in order to form a “transnational anti-gang force,” according to The Associated Press.

President Donald Trump has taken a hardcore stance on the brutal gang and recently announced that his administration would be cracking down on MS-13 gang members, especially those who are in the U.S. illegally.

“Together we’re going to restore safety to our streets and peace to our communities and we’re going to destroy the vile, criminal cartel MS-13 and many other gangs,” Trump said in a speech Friday to law enforcement officers on Long Island.

FBI agent Mark Sabol told KTRK-TV in Houston the brutal and violent crimes of MS-13 his agency has investigated are “some of the most graphic things we’ve encountered.”

Sabol said MS-13 gang members start recruiting children as young as 9 years old.

“To become a MS-13 member, you must commit at least one murder, sometimes more,” Sabol said.