Skip to comments.Report: Missing Texas 14-year-old mistakenly deported to Colombia
Posted on 01/04/2012 5:57:06 PM PST by redreno
DALLAS - A 14-year-old Texas girl who has been missing since 2010 was mistakenly deported to Colombia by immigration agents and is now sitting in a detention facility waiting to come home.
According to CBS affiliate KHOU Jakadrien Turner ran away from home in the fall of 2010 following her parents divorce and the death of her grandfather. She ended up in Houston, where she was arrested for theft. The girl gave police a fake name, which apparently belonged to a 22-year-old illegal immigrant from Colombia, who had warrants for her arrest.
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Do we want her back?
I bet she won’t try that again. Sounds like the beginning to a good movie.
The one time they deport someone and they screw it up.
The young lady was arrested for theft, and gave the authorities someone else’s name. That person had a warrant for an arrest and was here illegally. Government operated properly and sent her away based on her falsified information. The perfect plan fell apart for the young lady with serious consequences.
She had to know she was being deported yet still kept her mouth shut.
Once she gave her name while being fingerprinted, that name will always be associated with her fingerprints which are supplied and kept by the FBI. And she was deported.
Whoopee by choice or forced?
Who knows maybe they have Jakadriens in Columbia too, but pronounced differently.
Maybe she was on a pubskewl fueled big hate-USA kick as well as whatever the tiff was with her family. So it was an Excellent Adventure for her when she embarked. But it soon got old being a maid in Columbia, and I’m assuming her pregnancy was from a tryst by choice but who knows.
The Fingerprint is the Data point that the records should be based on, ie it don’t change. Using a name without verifying it, is a comedy that is Gov’t.
She is learning that actions have consequences the hard way.
A lot of people give erroneous information when fingerprinted. The FBI never erases it. They will always have the false name associated with the fingerprints. And welcome to FR.
Yeah, how about that?
Particularly considering that she is a candidate for youngest recipient of the Darwin Award.
Right the government should just accept you are whomever you say you are, particularly children. You are probably against voter ID laws too?
That’s a silly response.
Are you trying to excuse your silly response by saying you did not mean it??? Pretty sad excuse for such a post.
You seem to have a problem with reading comprehension. It’s a pity.
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