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People smuggler sentenced to jail after 24th arrest

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posted on Mar, 28 2016 @ 10:43 AM
He was arrested for the first time in 1999 for assisting people to come into the United States illegally, and deported...17 years ago.

Since then? He was only caught another 22 times, for doing the same thing, before they finally decided to throw his behind in jail. I wonder how many times, over those many long years, he was not caught??

A convicted people smuggler who had been arrested 24 times dating back to 1999 was sentenced to prison for the first time on Friday. Efrain Delgado-Rosales, 35, was sentenced to five years in jail by a federal judge in San Diego for bringing an illegal alien into the U.S. for financial gain.

Apparently, one of his "colleagues" relieved them (stole) of all of their cash before the trek into the U.S. A real prince of a guy...

Delgado-Rosales was identified as the guide in a similar incident in August 2014, during which one of the men being smuggled died.

This was not serious enough...the death of one of his clients en warrant charges, it seems.

On 23 of the 24 occasions he was arrested, Delgado-Rosales was accompanied by at least two and as many as 46 illegal immigrants. In 2003, he was arrested in Los Angeles with 61 illegal immigrants. Assistant U.S. Attorney Alexandra Foster told CNN that after each of his previous arrests, Delgado-Rosales was deported to his home country of Mexico.

People Trafficers Being Enabled by U.S. Justice System

In other words, they just gave him a ride back to his office, so that he could carry on with his business.

Is it any all...that there are more than 11 million illegal aliens within the United States? The U.S. southern border is swiss cheese, and even when they catch people red-handed, smuggling people across the border - they just pay for a return ticket to the scene of the crime.

posted on Mar, 28 2016 @ 10:58 AM
a reply to: mobiusmale

I wonder how many times, over those many long years, he was not caught??

Or how many like him out there also deported numerous times for the same thing?

Thats gotta be some kind of clue.

Large farming and livestock corporations prefer slave labour to paying decent wages and employee insurance, ya think?

posted on Mar, 28 2016 @ 11:17 AM
a reply to: mobiusmale

This countries laws never cease to amaze me. I'm exhausted from the abuses of our government.

posted on Mar, 28 2016 @ 11:40 AM
a reply to: intrptr

Large farming and livestock corporations prefer slave labour to paying decent wages and employee insurance, ya think?

How about since the DOJ is in the pocket of a party that shall remain nameless.

Does crap like in the op because that party wants to pad their voting base.

Here is an eye opening quote from yesteryear.

We see a political motivation behind the nearly unrestrained flood of illegal immigrants across our borders, where they are granted amnesty. Sen. Ted Kennedy, along with Pres. Lyndon Johnson, may have laid the foundation for the current immigration crisis with the Immigration Reform Act of 1965. Arguably, Johnson and Kennedy saw a potential voting bloc, and they went after it. If they allow as many illegal aliens into the US as possible, these illegal immigrants might all become Democrats. Source: Minutemen, by Jim Gilchrist & Jerome Corsi, p. 32 , Jul 25, 2006

Why is it that ILLEGAL immigrants, and their enablers are the only people in this country that has a get out of jail free card?

Oh yeah because one group just loves to make 'instant' voters.

posted on Mar, 28 2016 @ 12:02 PM
a reply to: neo96

In recent MSM reports, it was suggested that the Mexican Government was setting up some kind of program to help fast track Mexican immigrants' path to citizenship - in time for them to vote against Donald Trump in November!

And the instant and loud condemnation, of this interference in the internal political affairs of the United States, by the Obama Administration, was...non-existent.

posted on Mar, 28 2016 @ 02:05 PM
a reply to: mobiusmale
I was once on a federal grand jury that was investigating cases of human smuggling and drug smuggling, among other things.
If people knew what these 'coyotes' do to the 'undocumented immigrants' that are paying them to get into the US, they would not want them to try to enter illegally.
Jamming them into vans at three or four time the rated capacity, keeping them in secret rooms at safe houses on the way to their final destination... another house where they are surprised to learn that their fees were not completely paid up front, as they thought.
They are put to work as indentured servants until their 'debt' is paid to the people that are housing them. They earn the payoff money more quickly through prostitution.

posted on Mar, 28 2016 @ 03:12 PM
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