The First Of Many? Illegal Tries Her Hand At Arson

Another illegal respecting the laws of our land… This time a Chinese illegal who overstayed her student visa decided that she was going to up the ante and try to burn down a church owned by “rich white men.”

“According to a news release from the U.S. Attorney’s Office, Xiaoquin Yan, 27, is charged under a statute of law that makes setting fire to any building ‘used in interstate or foreign commerce or in any activity affecting interstate or foreign commerce’ a federal offense,” The Montgomery Advertiser reported. “According to federal court documents, the church falls under this category for protection because it sends money through reoccurring wire transfers to India to fund local churches that were founded by First Baptist Church.”

Yan allegedly set the church ablaze on September 30, 2021. 

The Montgomery Advertiser explained:

Four fires were set across the church resulting in damage, but the majority of the church was saved in part to flame-resistant carpeting. According to a complaint filed in the federal case Friday morning, Yan is suspected of using gasoline to start the fires. Pastor Mark Bethea told agents with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives that he came in contact with “a small in stature Asian female” after the Sunday church service on September 26, according to the federal complaint. 

“Bethea advised that he ultimately escorted the female from the premises of the church,” according to court records. “According to Bethea, approximately a couple weeks before the fire, church security had previously interacted with an Asian female that was acting suspiciously and obtained the license plate number from the vehicle she was driving.”

Judge Monet Gaines took Yan’s foreign connections into consideration and raised her bail to $150,000. Gaines also ordered a mental evaluation.

The Associated Press announced:

Gaines ruled after prosecutors argued that Yan, charged with setting fires at the First Baptist Church of Montgomery, was a Chinese citizen who is in the United States illegally after overstaying a revoked student visa. Originally held on $30,000 bail, Yan has “strong ties of an overseas country,” and an additional bond was needed to guarantee her appearance in court, prosecutors said.

Watch The Video Below. (Only Place I Could Find This Clip About Yan)

If convicted on the federal charges, Yan faces a prison sentence of between 5-20 years in prison. There is no parole in the federal system.”

Seeing as how Biden has basically installed a revolving door by the border, we are likely going to see more of this type of behavior.

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