U.S. Border Patrol Deporting Illegal Alien with 37 Criminal Convictions in USA

Susan Jones, CNS News, July 24, 2013

U.S. Border Patrol agents say they have detained an illegal alien who’s racked up 37 criminal convictions in the United States.

“Due to the suspect’s numerous criminal convictions, he was processed for an Administrative Removal and will be removed to Mexico,” said the announcement from Customs and Border Patrol.

Police in Rochester, N.Y. arrested the man on Saturday, July 20. They called the Border Patrol for assistance after the suspect gave three different names to a Rochester police officer.

Agents determined that the suspect was in the United States illegally, and a check of the database showed that he has 37 convictions, ranging from misdemeanors to felonies, on charges such as narcotics violations, assault on a federal officer, burglary and robbery.

A spokesman for the Buffalo CBP sector told CNSNews.com that the suspect’s first conviction came in 1982; the most recent was in 2007. {snip}

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  • Puggg

    he was processed for an Administrative Removal and will be removed to Mexico

    And I’ll be a doberman’s uncle if he is actually physically deported.

    • Fighting_Northern_Spirit

      And if the impossible happens and he is somehow deported, he’ll be back in the US by sundown. Deportation is a joke.

  • I predict convictions #38, 39, and 40 coming up.

  • Creepy as a cracker!

    He has been committing crimes in this country for 31 years and they are just now getting around to deport him, what the………

    • JackKrak

      Everybody deserves a 38th chance…..

  • [Guest]

    Thirty-seven strikes and you’re out!

  • Greg Thomas

    So it took 37 convictions to finally deport ( I’ll believe it when he’s actually deported) this illegal invader. More evidence this government does not want a single invader deported.

  • WR_the_realist

    Apparently with only 36 criminal convictions you still qualify for a Pathway to Citizenship.

    Is this a great country or what?

    • You qualify for a pathway to citizenship, if you are a “class” but if you are WHITE CITIZEN, then you stay in prison. Yep, great country. All hail BHO and Eric Holder, HNIC’s.

  • Spartacus

    That will teach them !

  • Greg Thomas

    This must be one of their success stories. God help us.

  • JohnEngelman

    He should not be deported to Mexico. He sill sneak across the border again, and commit more crimes. He should be put in prison and kept there.

    • If the feds were interested, they could give him an instant 24 months in federal lockup for “illegal reentry by a felon after previous deportation”. Since he has violence on his record, he wouldn’t be camp-eligible; he’d go straight to a medium-security FCI, unless that prior assault on a federal agent was judged serious enough to send him to a maximum-security USP (23 hour lockdown!) He’d have to serve at least 21 months of this even with maximum time off for good behavior; there’s been no parole in the feds for anyone sentenced after 1986.

      Sure, it’d be only 21 months, but that would be 21 months he wouldn’t be loose again on US city streets. As you said, he’s only going to come back, but it doesn’t need to be right away.

  • Greg Thomas

    Yes, I am sure Bossman will be by shortly to remind us what a blessing his beloved brown invaders are.

  • MBlanc46

    But he’s doing jobs that Americans won’t do!

    • evilsandmich

      For thirty years no less.

  • The fact that it took 37 convictions to be -supposedly- deported is ridiculous. A WHITE person with 37 convictions of any type wouldn’t even be in a half-way house, he would be in prison.

  • 408K deported last year,4%, only 25 years to go if their 11MM number is true.

  • Puggg

    That’s the noxious thing about it. “Deportation” can mean the Feds filling out a piece of paper, and Obama can run around talking about all the illegal aliens he has “deported.” Except the paperwork process usually dies somewhere in the morass of the long slog process, so Obama has his cake of claiming that he “deported” illegals and eat it too in terms of the illegals getting to stay.

  • This taxpayer-funded study would be released if someone successfully sued under the Freedom Of Information Act.