Seven-time Deportee Sentenced; CBP Uncovers Illegals and Drugs Packed Into Vehicles

Friday, May 3, 2019
By Paul Martin

by R. Cort Kirkwood
Thursday, 02 May 2019

It appears that nothing will deter an illegal alien who wants to get into the United States, whether to work illegally and sign up for welfare, or improve the prospects of success in a criminal career.

Nor does it appear that the illegal-alien invasion, now occurring with buses and tractor trailers shipping illegals en masse to southwest border, will end anytime soon.

Thus, it does appear that nothing short of a wall can protect the United States from colonization by penniless Central Americans. Nor will anything short of searching every vehicle arriving at ports of entry inhibit the drug trade.

The border is open, and the illegals and drug runners know it.

Seven-time Deportee
On April 26, a federal judge sentenced Luis Albert DeLoera-Serna, 40, to 21 months in federal prison. The Mexican pleaded guilty on January 11 to possession of a firearm by a prohibited person, Immigration and Customs Enforcement reported. He’ll spend 21 months in prison and two years on supervised release.

Why was DeLeora-Serna a “prohibited person”? Because he’s a drug user and dealer with a conviction for domestic violence. He is also a seven-time deportee.

“Depending on an alien’s criminality,” ICE reported, “an alien who re-enters the United States after having been previously deported commits a felony punishable by up to 20 years in federal prison, if convicted.”

Question is, then what? As The New American reported last week, authorities in Tennessee arrested a “Memphis man” in connection with the beating death of an infant.

But the suspect who killed the little boy, police allege, on learning another man was the father, wasn’t from “Memphis.” Immigration cops had deported him five times to no avail. He was, in fact, a Honduran man.

Now, a child is dead because the federal government can’t control the border, largely thanks to Democrats who want to keep it open. They know which way “Memphis” men vote.

The open border is not only an invitation for dangerous criminals but also for people smugglers.

At the Laredo Sector border on Monday, border agents nailed a tractor-trailer packed with illegal aliens. “Agents encountered a tractor-trailer in the primary inspection area,” Customs and Border Protection reported. A canine search disclosed “concealed narcotics and/or humans in the vehicle.” Then border agents found the 66 illegals, which included two kids, who “were nationals of Ecuador, Guatemala, and Mexico with no legal right to be in the United States.”

The driver was a U.S. citizen.

The night before, CBP reported, border agents at the Eagle Pass station caught an illegal Mexican wanted for kidnapping and extortion in Mexico. Agents recognized 31-year-old Juan Jose Reyna-Mascorro “from a look-out released by Mexican officials. Reyna-Mascorro was declared a fugitive by Mexican government officials for removing an ankle monitor after he was released from prison.”

Happily, CBP sent him back to Mexico.

Drugs Galore
Along with the illegal aliens come drugs. Lots of them. Four seizures this week took $6.7 million in dangerous drugs off the streets.

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