Skip to comments.Woman charged with vandalism had can with green paint
Posted on 07/31/2013 8:40:00 AM PDT by Blue Turtle
The woman, who has a Chinese passport, arrived in Washington a few days ago and was traveling on an expired visa, prosecutors said. Police said she had no fixed address but that she told officers she lived in Los Angeles. Jiamei Tian, 58, appeared in D.C. Superior Court Tuesday alongside a Mandarin translator.
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“...and was traveling on an expired visa...”
Great job! Yes, lets legalize these fine people! /sarc
Another fricking illegal living off the fat of the land, with a “you owe me” attitude and a hatred for this country.
Translator my ass. She knew exactly what she did and what’s going on. I’ll be she has an EBT card somewhere in her belongings. If it was me, I’d lock her ass up in a cargo container and ship her ass back to China.
You mean to tell me that with all the money that the US taxpayers squander on the creeps in DC, there isn’t ONE person on the government teet who speaks Chinese??
Doing the jobs Americans wont do.
We don’t have enough crazy people and/or criminals, so we import them from around the world.
Ok, I’ll bite....WHY would we issue a visa to a 58 year old woman who does not speak English?
Obviously she is not a student, a techie, an engineer, nor does she fit any other category that one might expect of a Chinese visa holder.
Betcha she is released on her own recognizance.
She the soda company
Something to do with campaign donations for the wife of a former Peoples' Army ally?
Because she is a refugee from Red China, where they have no freedoms, or liberties, or green pai—
ok, sorry I’m going to cut it out until they send us the next check in the mail. Our Communist Banker Friends.
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