By: Brian Evans
A suspect in a 1987 bombing that wounded six American soldiers in Honduras is now leading a group of migrants demanding entry into the United States. His name is Alfonso Guerrero Ulloa, and on Tuesday, he organized a march of approximately 100 of the migrants to the United States Consulate in Tijuana, Mexico.
According to the San Diego Union-Tribune, Ulloa delivered a letter to the American consulate in Tijuana Mexico on behalf of the migrants. He said that they wanted entry into the United States, or the United States government should pay each of the migrants $50,000. Then, he accused Americans of stealing from the Hondurans, despite Americans shelling out billions of their hard-earned money, to assist the Honduran nation and people. He said…
“It may seem like a lot of money to you, but it is a small sum compared to everything the United States has stolen from Honduras.”
Ulloa made a Facebook post about his role in organizing the migrant’s march, and their demands upon the United States government, and the American people.
Ulloa has on several occasions called American’s “gringo trash”, and demanded that the U.S. Military presence in Honduras should leave. Also, he has been involved with a known terror group called the Revolutionary Forces-Lorenzo Zelaya, who have taken responsibility for plane hijackings, taking hostages, and bombings.
Ulloa has resided within Mexico for over 30 years, due to the fact that he was wanted for a 1980’s bombing in Honduras. He was suspected of planting a bomb in a Chinese restaurant, and after taking asylum in Mexico. Mexico claims that although he killed multiple American soldiers in the bombing, they ended up granting his asylum request because they labeled him a “freedom fighter”, instead of a terrorist.
The United States begged to differ in Mexico’s label for Ulloa, as they passed an appropriations bill in 1987 that detailed how Ulloa was a primary suspect in the bombing, and how…
“the bomb was directed at American soldiers and did, in fact, wound American soldiers and an American contractor.”
Ulloa denies involvement in the bombing, despite American intelligence information indicating otherwise, but he did admit to being a member of the Revolutionary Forces-Lorenzo Zelaya, which is a left-wing radical group that was responsible for, and who claimed responsibility for the 1982 hijacking of a plane who took eight Americans, as well as others hostage.
Today, the true intentions of Ulloa’s involvement with the migrants are unknown, but one thing is for certain. Ulloa does not have the best intentions for America or Americans in mind, as he seeks to either force the United States to take the migrants into our homes and communities. He has a history of hatred for the United States, violence against Americans and American soldiers, and certainly no respect for the law, or American interests.