Skip to comments.Girl Rescued From Human Smugglers: Cops
Posted on 07/01/2011 3:15:31 PM PDT by moonshinner_09
Two men are in custody after allegedly kidnapping a Guatemalan girl and extorting the girls mother.
Investigators say that on June 28, a woman contacted the Trenton Police and reported that her 15-year-old daughter had been kidnapped.
The woman had paid to have her daughter brought to the U.S. from Guatemala. Once the girl arrived in Texas, police say that two men kidnapped her. They then allegedly demanded large sums of money over several days from the girls mother in exchange for the girls safe transport to Trenton.
The mother told police that she made initial payments to the alleged kidnappers but her daughter was never delivered. The mother also told police that her daughter was hungry and frightened.
On June 29, two Trenton Police Detectives interviewed the mother. During the interview, authorities say that the alleged kidnappers contacted her. Police say that the suspects made arrangements for a final extortion payment for her kidnapped daughter at a truck stop near the N.J. turnpike entrance in Bordentown.
The detectives contacted Special Agents from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Immigration & Customs (ICE) who joined the investigation.
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Now that they know they are all illegal, send them home.
No, they are now wards of the State of New Jersey and the US Government....here comes...
1) Section 8 housing (free apartment!)
2) WIC (Free food!)
3) SSI (Free cash!)
4) Education (Free school, with breakfast and lunch!)
5) Lowered standards for college admission (Quotas!)
6) Easier financial aid (Free money!)
7) Healthcare (free medical care - thanks Medicare/Aid!)
8) Leg up in hiring/advancement at her job (Thanks AA!)
9) Unfirable once hired (thanks DOJ Civil Rights Div.!)
What a country!
If all the stars line up — however now that ICE is in the picture, she’ll likely be quietly sent home to Guatemala.
“I wonder the illegals who turn their kids over to the care of human smugglers are never charged with a crime ? “
That is because laws do not apply to them. They are a special class. You can forget about equal protection under the law. BTW, this kidnapping for ransom business happens every day all over America. It is rarely reported in the news media. The media does not report news that makes illegal aliens look bad.
Haven’t you seen the new DHS memos from Obie to Holder to Nappy?
She will not be deported under the Kenyan Regime.
There, fixed it for 'em.
Undoubtedly bringing her illegal alien daughter here to qualify for Sen. Dick Turban’s Dream Act. America had turned into a farce. We have let foreigners take over and jerk us around. All the hacks in DC laugh when we object to this invasion by 3rd word illiterates. Meanwhile Europeans can’t immigrate to this European founded country... very difficult for them
Only reason this story was printed was to highlight that if the illegals in this country don’t trust the cops(cuz they might get deported)then all sorts of horrible crimes will go unreported and lots of little girls will be kidnapped, etc.
Isn’t Mexico pi$$ed that the pair (with the girl) managed to get across Mexico’s own southern border first?
That happens in Houston all the time. A friend of mine rescued a guy from South America. He got the license number but it was not registered to that vehicle. The cops told him they couldn’t do anything about it. And my friend works for the court and has contacts.
I had commented before on a similar hostage taking of a 4 year old daughter of a woman illegal alien. The beast who held the child for ranson also molested her. Guess how much time the judge gave him—18 months!
This judgement was definately only to fulfill the letter of the law and not the spirit of the law. It is like the judge had to do something so he gave the culprit the smallest punishment possible, just to say that he did something. That judge was afraid to send a strong message to the smugglers because of the politics behind our judicial system.
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