June 6, 2007, - 2:48 pm
By Debbie Schlussel
Will somebody please tell me how the immigration amnesty bill will change stories like that of Teodor Campan?
If they can’t stop this already-deported illegal alien criminal kidnapper from TWICE sneaking over the U.S.-Windsor, Canada border, how are they going to stop anyone else? What will be different after Bush/Kennedy/Chertoff get their bill passed . . . other than instant citizenship for 20 million criminals?
Here’s the kind of person that will get instant citizenship . . . and that will continue to sneak in unfettered:
A 34-year-old man who committed suicide after a bizarre abduction scheme involving his ex-girlfriend and another man was an illegal immigrant from Romania who had a history of trying to sneak into the United States and was deported a year ago, police said.
At least twice, police say, Teodor Campan sneaked into the country, once in the trunk of a car from Windsor, and again sometime this year, to later terrorize his 41-year-old on-again, off-again girlfriend Sunday and a 62-year-old man with whom she lived in Rochester Hills.
Campan, a weightlifter, tied the two up with duct tape, beat them and threatened them for several hours before putting them in a car Sunday night and driving toward Macomb County, according to police. He later shot himself in the head near M-53 and M-59 in Utica after his ex-girlfriend jumped out of the car and he ran over her leg. She was later released from the hospital.
So, they can’t keep this criminal out. And even though he is gone (he killed himself), they want to reward others like him with a U.S. passport and the ability to remain here forever. So, again, tell me what is different about post-Kennedy/Bush/Chertoff amnesty vs. pre-Kennedy/Bush/Chertoff amnesty?
Answer: Again, nothing except 20 million criminals who will bring millions of their relatives here–all getting instant golden tickets of U.S. citizenship.
What will they do to make sure those like him don’t sneak in again?
Again, nothing. Nada. Zero. Zilch.
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