Monday, February 04, 2008

Undocumented Immigrants, Real Crimes January 31st Edition

Cross posted from The Virtuous Republic

Open borders invites alien criminals into our midst. Just think of all the crime that could have been prevented if our borders would have been secured years ago. Our governments spend billions of dollars to install speed and red lights cameras, to man DUI check points, to run radar and laser traps, all in the name of safety, but our governments, local and federal refuse to do one thing that can be guaranteed to cut crime, to prevent crime and that is to crack down on illegal immigration.

Are we that lost as a nation the we expel children from school because they bring aspirin or scissors to class? Are we that lost as a nation that we harass elderly grandmothers at the airport and make them submit to pat downs? Are we that lost as a nation that we allow our fundamental right to free travel to be violated by DUI checkpoints? Are we that lost as a nation that we allow our police forces to generate revenue through radar traps, but don’t require them to patrol our worst neighborhoods?

Are we that lost as a nation that we don’t make our government secure our borders to prevent alien criminals from preying on American citizens?

Here are some more crimes that could have been prevented, if only our nation took the issue of our sovereignty seriously.

From Indiana:

Court documents state the victim told police she and two other girls went to visit several male friends at the party at a home in the 10700 block of East 166th Street July 13, 2006. While at the house the victim said she was offered alcoholic beverages.

“Jane Doe stated she heard what she believed to be belts being unbuckled then felt people having sex with her,” the officer stated in the document. “During this time the male subjects were speaking in only Spanish and she could not understand what was being said.”

In a photo line-up, the victim identified Renteria and Miguel Gutierrez, 22, as the men who assaulted her.

Gutierrez, an illegal immigrant, was convicted by a jury March 8 of rape and is serving a 10-year prison sentence. Read more….

From San Diego

An illegal immigrant who admitted to sexually assaulting a 13-year-old boy in a Poway canyon over the summer was sentenced on Thursday.

Jesus Nava, 30, was sentenced to 16 years in state prison. Once he serves his prison term, he will be deported to Mexico.

He walked into the courtroom wearing a jailhouse jumpsuit and chains. An interpreter translated Judge Frank Brown’s ruling. He did not speak, only nodded his head and answered yes when asked a question.Nava admitted to using beer to lure a 13-year old boy into a canyon near Meadowbrook Middle School in Poway last July. Read more….

From New Jersey:

A judge kept bail at $250,000 Wednesday for an illegal immigrant accused of sexually assaulting a 14-year-old girl at the Hun School on Jan. 18 in Princetown Township.

Geovani Villagran, who also is called Erickson Isai Pretzintzin-Suchi, is charged with sexual assualt, criminal sexual contact and endangering the welfare of a child, said Assistant Prosecutor Stacey Geurds. Villagran, who was working as a janitor at the school, allegedly assualted the girl in a classroom, Geurds said. The girl was interviewed by the police and detectives from the prosecutor’s office and identifed Villagran as her attacker, Geurds said. After Villagran was arrested, he allegedly gave a statement to police admitting that he had sex with the student.

Villagran also is being held on a federal warrant as an illegal alien, Geurds said. Read more….

**This was a production of The Coalition Against Illegal Immigration (CAII). If you would like to participate, please go to the above link to learn more. Afterwards, email brianbonner90-at-gmail-dot-com and let us know at what level you would like to participate.

Read what other members of CAII are writing:

Collecting the Rebates….

Mexico, US Border, and America’s Safety

McCain’s Shamnesty Straight Talk Express

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