I Thought All Illegal Immigrants Were Just Plain, Honest, Hard Working People

Apparently, open borders and a political system that encourages illegal immigration attracts “bad” people as well.

Below, are just the bad guys that were caught.  How many are now roaming freely among us?

As Barack Obama lectured us on guns, he said “if just one person could be saved” was he justification for banning certain firearms.

Funny how he doesn’t apply that logic to the costs of illegal immigration.

Remember, those who give support to illegal immigrants also give their support to criminal aliens.

  • (Friday, January 18, 2013)Swanton, Vt. –Swanton Sector Border Patrol agents stopped the smuggling attempt of an aggravated felon Wednesday.At approximately 1:30 a.m., agents from the Champlain Border Patrol station encountered a suspicious black SUV with four occupants traveling east on State Route 276 near Rouses Point, N.Y. When agents stopped the vehicle they discovered a male driver and three male passengers all claiming to be nationals of El Salvador.

    Further research revealed that the driver and one of the passengers are nationals of El Salvador residing in the United States as Lawful Permanent Residents (LPR). The second passenger is also a national of El Salvador illegally present in the U.S. The fourth passenger turned out to be a national from the Dominican Republic and an aggravated felon previously removed from the United States.

    The three El Salvador nationals were charged with Alien Smuggling while the national from the Dominican Republic was charged with Re-Entry after Deportation.

  • (Wednesday, January 16, 2013)New Mexico – El Paso Sector U.S Border Patrol Agents working the Southwest quadrant of New Mexico, arrested two subjects convicted for murder and seized narcotics in separate events.On January 12, Border Patrol agents assigned to the Lordsburg, N.M. station encountered a group of persons who illegally entered the United States. The subjects’ biometric information was submitted into the Integrated Automated Identification System (IAFIS) which revealed that one subject, later identified as 40-year-old Inocencio Noveron Sostenes from Mexico, was convicted of murder in 2004, and served several years in prison. The subject will be criminally prosecuted on a prior order of removal and returned back to Mexico after re-instatement.The following day, Border Patrol agents assigned to the I-10 checkpoint located west of Las Cruces, N.M., encountered a Jamaican citizen traveling in a rental vehicle to Los Angeles. The subject’s biometric information was submitted into the IAFIS database. It revealed the Jamaican citizen, 44-year-old Sirano Thompson, had an extensive criminal history to include, but not limited to a conviction for attempted first degree murder in Florida.
  • (Tuesday, January 15, 2013)Jacumba, Calif.— U.S. Border Patrol agents apprehended eight individuals who attempted to enter the United States illegally in two separate incidents yesterday. Seven were citizens of Mexico, one was a citizen of China.

    The first incident occurred at approximately 8:40 a.m. when agents discovered footprints approximately 200 yards from the U.S./Mexico International Border in East San Diego County. A Border Patrol K-9 team responded and the K-9 alerted to a nearby area where three individuals were attempting to conceal themselves in a large bush. The three men admitted to being Mexican nationals in the U.S. illegally. All three individuals were arrested. One man was later identified as having a criminal history, which included a U.S. robbery conviction in 2006 and being a member of the Norteno gang, and is facing felony charges for re-entry after deportation.

  • (Friday, January 11, 2013)Del Rio, Texas – U.S. Border Patrol agents assigned to the Uvalde Station apprehended a convicted sex offender Friday morning.

    Agents patrolling northeast of Eagle Pass encountered Roberto Heyner Giron, 29, an undocumented immigrant from Guatemala. During processing, agents discovered that Giron had been previously deported from the United States and is listed as a registered sex offender. Criminal records checks revealed Giron has a 2005 conviction out of Long Beach, N.Y. for rape and attempted criminal sexual act in the second degree.

  • (Monday, January 07, 2013)Tucson, Ariz. – One man wanted for homicide and another wanted for manslaughter were apprehended in separate incidents this weekend by Tucson Sector Border Patrol agents.

    Friday morning, agents assigned to the Brian A. Terry Station arrested a Mexican national illegally present in the Unites States near Naco, Ariz. During processing, agents learned the subject has two outstanding warrants out of South Carolina for homicide and flight to avoid prosecution. He was turned over to Cochise County Sheriff’s Office for extradition.

    Saturday, agents from the same station apprehended another individual for illegally entering the U.S. near Naco. Records check revealed he was convicted in 1993 for voluntary manslaughter in Teton County, Wyo. He now faces federal prosecution.

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