July 24, 2007, - 6:50 pm
By Debbie Schlussel
While we’re treated to a daily dose of sob stories about Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Deportation Officers separating illegal aliens from their children, contrast the way ICE/DRO and the taxpayers treat their kids versus the way the illegal aliens, themselves, treat their kids.
And contrast the sob stories you see on TV about trumped-up, alleged poor conditions in detention facilities for kids (annoying Angelina Jolie was constantly whining about this with Colin Powell) versus the reality of how the aliens treated their kids before they were taken care of by ICE DRO Field Office Directors and their agents.
Exhibit A, illegal alien Rosalina Cano, age 39, who was ordered deported ELEVEN(!) years ago and is–you guessed it–still here, and her dead son, Cesar Ivan Aguilar-Cano, age four. But before you read the Mainstream Media coverage I’ve posted below, read these additional facts from reader Frank:
Debbie- This story about the slain 4 year old whose mother was supposed to be deported, is big news in Louisville, already created havoc in circuit court clerks office, and should be national news. Mother left child naked and on dangerous streets around Churchill Downs for weeks. Part of the massive illegal workforce at all US racetracks.
Now, here’s the liberal media version, which is bad enough, but doesn’t discuss the mother, the illegal alien’s, role in the death of her son (along with my comments in brackets):
The mother of the 4-year-old boy whose body was found in the trash last week is the subject of a deportation order, officials said yesterday.
Rosalina Cano, 39, mother of Cesar Ivan Aguilar-Cano, has an outstanding order issued by an immigration judge in 1996, said Tim Counts, a spokesman for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
He said he could not elaborate for privacy reasons or say whether she would be taken into custody.
The boy, known as Ivan to his family, disappeared June 29 while playing behind his apartment building near Churchill Downs. His body was found in a city garbage truck last Saturday.
Family spokesman Christopher 2X [DS: Luv the name] said the order was issued in Los Angeles, where Cano lived until nine years ago.
Cano has been meeting with her lawyer to figure out how she can escort her son’s body to Santa Rosa, Guatemala, her hometown, and then return to the United States. [DS: If only she'd put this much energy into watching over her son when he was alive.]
Cano filed paperwork Thursday for a special visa status that is given to immigrants who have been victims of serious crimes and whose assistance is essential to authorities. [DS: Do the perpetrators, ie.-neglectful parents, get this special visa? Incredible.] Cano is an illegal immigrant.
Cano has said repeatedly that she wants to accompany the body to Guatemala only if it can be guaranteed that she can return to this country to help with the search for her son’s killer.
“The lawyers feel that there are ways to work this out so that she can see justice for her son but also try to work towards her potential American citizenship,” 2X said.
2X said that Cano’s deportation order complicates her pending application, but he believes Louisville Metro Police may have helped her case by saying she is important to the investigation. [DS: Duh, she's the neglectful parent who left her son outside to die.] That is a requirement of the special visa status Cano is requesting.
It was not immediately clear why the deportation order was issued. [DS: Uh, maybe because she was here illegally. Just a hunch.] Cano’s lawyer has declined to speak to the media, 2X said.
Cano said she was denied a request for political asylum 11 years ago.
It was not immediately clear whether Cano’s deportation order came before or after her application for asylum.
Counts declined to comment specifically about this case but said: “Many times applying for immigration benefits that one doesn’t qualify for gets one into the system.”
As of last night, immigration officials had not contacted the family or its lawyers, 2X said.
The Guatemalan Embassy will pay part of the funeral costs, including transporting the body to Guatemala, said Hector Pallacios, consul of the embassy in Washington, D.C. [DS: Can they pay for her to live as a citizen of Guatemala, so she will stop mooching off of America?]
A private wake will be held tonight at Holy Name Catholic Church on South Third Street, with a public vigil there later.
FYI: Public vigil = anti-secure borders rally. You leave it to an illegal alien to make her neglectful treatment of her son, which led to his death, into a cause celebre in favor of illegal alien amnesty.
If ICE “leadership” had any cojones (and they don’t–literally or figuratively), they’d arrest this woman and finally deport her at long last, eleven years and one neglected, dead anchor baby too late.
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