Skip to comments.Immigration crackdown nets child molester living in Stone Mountain (Georgia)
Posted on 09/29/2011 7:36:00 AM PDT by Student0165
Immigration crackdown nets child molester living in Stone MountainBy Jeremy Redmon
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
10:13 a.m. Thursday, September 29, 2011
A convicted child molester who was residing in Stone Mountain was among 2,901 noncitizens with criminal records who were arrested this month during a nationwide crackdown called Cross Check.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials confirmed this week that they had arrested Roberto Hackett-Baquie, 54, a national of Panama who was convicted of child molestation in March 2008.
ICE made arrests in all 50 states as part of the seven-day crackdown. Of those arrested, more than 1,600 had felony convictions, including manslaughter, kidnapping, armed robbery, drug trafficking and sexual crimes against minors. Forty-two were gang members. And 151 were convicted sex offenders.
Additionally, 681 were fugitives who had previously been ordered to leave the country but failed to do so. And 386 had been deported more than once.
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What in hell is this guy still doing in the country?
Do we (the people) need to start exercising lamp posts...?
How was he not deported? Outrageous.
Nobody gets deported. That’s why California now looks like the bar scene from Star Wars.