Skip to comments.Anchorage Officer Charged With Passport Fraud
Posted on 04/22/2011 11:36:28 PM PDT by zippythepinhead
An Anchorage police officer who took on a false identity that masked his Mexican citizenship has been arrested and charged with passport fraud, federal officials said today.
At a news conference Friday, U.S. Attorney Karen Loeffler said that patrolman Rafael Espinoza, on the Anchorage police force for about six years, was really Rafael Mora-Lopez, a Mexican national working in the United States illegally.
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Only doing the jobs Americans won’t do.
Rafael Espinoza was really Rafael Mora-Lopez. Pretty clever to change his name.
And he would have been the type of cop that asked migrants about their immigration status.
Nice job vetting your applicants, Anchorage.
What, no long form BC? Just get Pelosi to sign for him!
An Anchorage police officer who took on a false identity ... has been arrested and charged with passport fraud. ... The investigation has so far not ... involved in any other criminal activity outside the case announced Friday ..."His problem was he lied his way into the job," The identity swap was discovered when ...m the State Department found that the Rafael Espinoza identity he was using was actually another person, a U.S. citizen ...
Huh? Not involved in any other criminal activity? Exsqueeze me?!?
Paging Eric Holder. Please pick up the white courtesy phone.
Not to mention Inpersonating and Officer. Add that one to the list.
Si Senor! Usted un nacional del Estados Unidos de America?
I have that covered under #8, 'Color of Law'.
It's a fancy legal term for the same thing (per the definition in my Law Dictionary).
Either terminology could be used in the charges against this Thief and Fraud.
Thanks Condor for clearing that up. We should charge him twice :P
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