Turkish Illegal Released by Biden’s Border Patrol Arrested for Abducting, Raping 15-Year-Old Girl in New York

Turkish Illegal Released by Biden’s Border Patrol Arrested for Abducting, Raping 15-Year-Old Girl in New York
Albany County Correctional Facility

An illegal alien recently released into the U.S. by Border Patrol was arrested for abducting and brutally raping a 15-year-old girl in Albany, New York.

Sakir Akkan, a 21-year-old Turkish citizen, was apprehended last week by Albany police — more than a month after the rape, which allegedly took place on May 14 in the capital city, according to the Times Union.

On that night, the young victim reportedly left a residential group home where she was living and was walking along a street when a man pulled up next to her in a Toyota Prius and threatened to beat her with a metal rod if she didn’t get into the vehicle.

Investigators reviewing surveillance footage determined the suspect had first driven by the victim before making a U-turn to pursue her.

After forcing the girl into the car, the suspect then drove to a secluded area where he ordered her into the back seat, removed her clothes, and violently raped her, she told police.

The suspect then let the girl out of his car and she ran to a nearby residence to seek aid as he fled the scene.

Akkan was arrested and charged with first-degree rape on June 18 — more than four weeks after the alleged attack.

When he was apprehended, Akkan provided an address in Troy, NY.

On November 5, 2023, Akkan was reportedly caught by Border Patrol agents after illegally entering the U.S. near San Diego, California.

“Just days later, he was released on his own recognizance due to a lack of bed space and ordered to appear in a Philadelphia court on Feb. 19, 2025,” the New York Post reports, citing a Department of Homeland Security source.

Local residents are now wondering why Albany authorities never alerted the public about the heinous attack — while the suspect remained on the loose for weeks.

“It was determined that there was no immediate threat to public safety during that time. Had there been a perceived threat to the public, appropriate information would have been released,” said Albany Police Department (APD) spokeswoman Officer Megan Craft.

“As far as the release or sexual assault reports and arrests that do not pose a threat to the public are generally not released in order to prevent retraumatization of the victim.”

Officials in both the mayor’s office and APD both claim they were unaware of Akkan’s immigration status, despite police reportedly being alerted during fingerprinting that he had entered the U.S. illegally.

“If an asylum-seeker snatching a kid and raping them and remaining on the loose is not a threat to public safety, then what is a threat to public safety?” a source close to the investigation told the Times Union.

Akkan has been held without bail at Albany County jail since his arrest and is expected to appear in court this week.

This article was originally published at InfoWars.com

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