Skip to comments.Texas bar owners sentenced for hiring illegal alien barmaids/prostitutes
Posted on 01/11/2011 9:49:46 AM PST by moonshinner_09
Texas bar owners sentenced for hiring illegal alien barmaids/prostitutes
Monday, U.S. District Judge Randy Crane sentenced Tereso Olivo, 54, to 15 months in federal prison without parole and two years of supervised release on human smuggling charges.
In Spanish, Nancy Olivo, 43, then implored the judge: I ask, your honor, to have leniency on me for the sake of my children. I know I was wrong.
She was sentenced to two years of probation with six months of house arrest. An illegal alien herself, Olivo is scheduled for deportation proceedings after she serves her sentence.
Three months ago, the couple pleaded guilty to harboring illegal aliens who worked as barmaids and prostitutes at their bar (El Centenario) just outside Mission, Texas.
Last April, Immigration and Customs Enforcement and Texas Alcohol Beverage Commission agents raided the bar, after receiving a tip that the couple was smuggling women and forcing them into prostitution.
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leniency on me for the sake of my children and how many of the children under her control said leniency on me for the sake of me being a child
Kick her, her anchor babies, and the rest of her criminal relatives living off the taxpayer, her boyfriends, and her dog out of the country. Hmm, ok, the dog can stay.
These flesh traders should be dancing at the end of a stout Texas rope.
She gets to do two years probation? In Texas? And only then does she get deported? I'm scratching my head here.
Deport both of them after 3 years of prison...not back to Mexico, but to Honduras, to be held financially responsible for the broken lives their victims will probably lead.
In the meantime, we taxpayers (Texas) get to take care her for the duration.
I’ve got a better idea... take her and her ilk on a plane ride over South America, open the hatch and give ‘em the boot.... parachutes are optional.
Any from Lloyd Doggett’s Austin sanctuary?
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