Previously Deported Child Rapist Rearrested in Texas
(KVIA) – A father who allegedly entered the U.S. illegally with his daughter is a convicted rapist, the U.S. Border Patrol said. U.S. Border Patrol Agents working in downtown El Paso arrested the father last Thursday.
Illegal Alien Who Used Fake Fed Doc to Get License Committed No Crime, Obama Judge Rules
The morning of March 7, 2019, Border Patrol Agents working along the border near the Paso Del Norte Port of Entry arrested a man identified as 40-year-old Santos Quinilla-Tum. He was traveling with his 17-year-old daughter, also taken into custody. The Border Patrol said the father and daughter are both from Guatemala.
Agents reviewed records and learned about Quinilla’s prior criminal history and deportation. Quinilla was arrested on March 22, 2005 in Massachusetts and charged with Rape of Child with Force, a felony. Quinilla was later found guilty and sentenced to 18 months in prison. Quinilla was subsequently deported to Guatemala in 2009.
Quinilla will be facing prosecution for the felony of reentering the U.S. illegally after a deportation, officials said. . .
It is not a crime for an illegal immigrant to use fake federal documents to obtain a legitimate state license, according to a remarkable ruling issued this week by an Obama-appointed judge in south Florida. The defendant, 38-year-old Rubman Ardon Chinchilla, was among 20 people arrested several months ago in a scheme that used bogus immigration documents in driver’s license applications. The man who masterminded the operation, a naturalized U.S. citizen from Cuba, has been charged with fraud.
Chinchilla, a Honduran national, has lived illegally in the U.S. for decades, according to a local newspaper report, and has three American-born children. He works as a roofer and lives in the Broward County city of Ft. Lauderdale. After getting busted using a phony version of a federal document known as an Order of Supervision to get a Florida license, he got indicated with two counts of violating federal law. The illegal immigrant’s attorneys challenged the charges, asserting that the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles doesn’t even allow driver’s license applicants to use an Order of Supervision as proof of legal status in the U.S. In their argument they cited a case in which a California appeals court threw out the conviction of a Chinese man who got two driver’s licenses while living in the U.S. commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands.
U.S. District Judge Beth Bloom, appointed to the bench in 2014, agreed and threw out the criminal charges against Chinchilla. Siding with the illegal alien’s attorneys, Bloom proclaimed that there is no actual law allowing the federal Order of Supervision form to be used to prove “authorized stay in the United States.” The bizarre reasoning will allow others involved in the recent south Florida fake document sting to use the same argument to avoid justice. The local newspaper article cited earlier in this piece writes this: “It’s a highly technical legal argument, but it’s opening the door for the others arrested in the sting to beat their cases, and maybe even stay in the United States.” Another illegal immigrant arrested along with Chinchilla, Jeovanny Gutierrez Nuñez, is already using Judge Bloom’s decision to get his charges dropped. Federal prosecutors plan to appeal Chinchilla’s case and his lawyers claim that if Bloom’s ruling stands, it will allow the illegal alien to get legal papers because his record will remain clean and he has three U.S.-born kids.
Ace: Supreme Court Sides With Trump Administration, 5-4, on Detention of Immigrants Convicted of Crimes
They reversed a ruling from the, get this, Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, which ruled that you can't arrest an immigrant for deportation over a crime he's been convicted of unless you're Johnny On the Spot and arrest him right after he gets out of prison.
With sanctuary jurisdictions refusing to report immigrants to INS, that's tricky. But the leftists are willing to claim anything to keep the maximum number of criminal aliens in the US.
The Supreme Court disagreed, but all the liberals (except Roberts) voted to Make America Lawless Again.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday ruled in favor of the Trump administration by deciding federal officials can detain immigrants at any time for possible deportation after they have served their time in the U.S. for other crimes.
The 9th Circuit and the liberals on the court read the word "when" as "conveying immediacy," and claimed it means "very soon after." So if a criminal immigrant isn't detained for deportation within some undefined but short period of time after release from prison, he (get this) gets to stay in the US despite what the law says.
The 5-4 decision reversed the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, which said officials have to detain these immigrants immediately or they are exempt from ever being detained.
At the center of the case are immigrants Mony Preap and Bassam Yusuf Khoury, who are in the U.S. as lawful permanent residents. Both were convicted of crimes and served their sentences but were not detained by immigration authorities for removal proceedings until years after they were released from criminal custody.
The dispute focused on a federal law that says the Department of Homeland Security can detain immigrants convicted of certain crimes "when the alien is released" from criminal custody.
The majority said that "when" just means "in the case that" or "after."
Thanks goodness for Gorsuch and Kavannaugh.
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