“I commit a crime, they dport me, I just walk right back in! It’s so much better than going to jail as a criminal in Mexhico”

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. It’s not the record by a long shot. Criminals come to America becuase if they are caught they simply get deported and walk right back in. Rarely do they get jailtime for petty crimes. So it’s like being able to commit as much crime as you want for free.

“This is the promised land. If you are a pickpocket, or steal cars, America is the dream. We never go to jail and the worst thing that happens is we get a free trip home to visit relatives”

“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}