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Thursday, February 09, 2017

ICE Involved in TEST CASE SETUP to Help Illegal Aliens Supporters?

From Ace of Spades:
The woman arrested is a long-time illegal with a (legal) husband and two (legal) children. But she has an arrest record -- a fairly minor thing. 
She was arrested at an ICE work-site raid. The article doesn't say, but I guess she was arrested for working illegally. She reported in to immigration (apparently she had been doing so for a while, and the bureaucrats there were giving her a free pass) and was arrested by ICE. 
Like I said, this feels an awful lot like what lawyers call a "test-case," where an agitation group casts its defendant for a morality play they want to stage. They pick the most sympathetic defendant, one who is only barely breaking the law they hope to defeat, and engineer things so that this will be the first prosecution -- and the first loss for the prosecution. And becomes the "face" of the defendant group in the media. 
Think I'm crazy? 
In anticipation that Garcia de Rayos could be taken into custody, the group Puente Arizona organized a rally outside the Central Avenue offices of ICE earlier Wednesday. The group advocates to stop the deportation of undocumented immigrants. 
So this group just happened to rally outside the ICE offices before Garcia de Rayos showed up there. Almost like... oh I don't know, almost as if it was all a stage-managed affair.
It's a sad truth that some people who work for ICE and Department of Homeland Security are Leftist plants (or just Leftists who wanted a job and serve as plants since they don't really agree with the original mission of these departments).

Our government is rife with traitors and seditionists.
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Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Puente Arizona" = Bridge Arizona

Bridging illegals into America, eh? Sounds like an effort to undermine existing US immigration law...sedition.

Let's start by reinforcing existing laws and any who come out attempting to undermine these laws with SJ nonsense should be detained and dealt with through the courts systems as well.
Yes, they have a right to express their displeasure with our laws and it's application. We also have the supreme right to enforce those laws and shut these divisive and sedtious groups down when their legal arguments fail.

Thursday, February 09, 2017 6:59:00 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I wouldn't be surprised if this was
a plant/set-up, but she was WAS convicted of a serious felony-- identity fraud; using somebody else's SSN. She should have been deported
long ago.

Thursday, February 09, 2017 7:24:00 pm  
Blogger Pastorius said...

That is a serious felony.

But if I am not mistaken, it is also one MANY illegal immigrants are guilty of.

Thursday, February 09, 2017 7:53:00 pm  
Anonymous thelastenglishprince said...

Identity Fraud can destroy and American's life and credit rating, and cost thousands in attorneys fees to adjudicate. If she was an ID criminal, it is very serious.

Deport her. Her husband and children can go with her or choose to stay.

Thursday, February 09, 2017 7:58:00 pm  
Blogger Redneck Texan said...

"But if I am not mistaken, it is also one MANY illegal immigrants are guilty of."

Virtually every single one that has a job.

Friday, February 10, 2017 8:08:00 pm  
Blogger Always On Watch said...

Garcia de Rayos: Behind the identity theft charge that sent Valley woman back to Mexico:


The battle over whether a woman living in the Valley for more than 20 years should have been sent back to Mexico all began with the crime she committed in 2008.

Nearly a decade ago, Guadalupe Garcia de Rayos was convicted of criminal impersonation, a class 6 felony.

While identity theft experts say this does not seem to be a malicious act, this was also not a victimless crime.

"Locally, it's something that we've seen less of, but it is probably one of the more common forms of identity theft," said Eduard Goodman, with Cyber Scout.

During one of former Sheriff Joe Arpaio's workplace raids, Garcia de Rayos was caught using someone else's Social Security number to gain employment at Golfland Sunsplash -- a common practice among those in the country illegally, according to Goodman.

"Sometimes they'll buy it from someone who sells them," he said.

The number she was using appears to be registered to a man in Tucson.

She also had been using the Resident Alien Card number belonging to a second person, a 55-year-old man.

Garcia de Rayos pleaded guilty and was sentenced to two years probation and community service.

"You can't live in today's society, you can’t do anything today without a Social Security number, and oftentimes these people just want to establish a life including pay regular bills, have cable, utilities, all of that requires an SSN," Goodman said.

Goodman said he’s seen similar cases where the stolen Social Security numbers usually belong to children. They usually don't discover their identity has been stolen until they reach adulthood and try applying for a student loan or a credit card.

"It impacts their taxes, it impacts their credit," he said.

The effects can linger for years.

Identity theft experts say the issue as a whole has a much greater effect.

"We all absorb that collectively to some degree," Goodman said. "We absorb it in higher interest rates, in more credit card fees, even in our own tax dollars not necessarily being distributed properly."

The court also classified her crime as non-dangerous and non-repetitive. Garcia de Rayos did not get in any more trouble with the law after this 2008 incident.

Saturday, February 11, 2017 11:16:00 am  

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