August 8, 2007, - 9:07 am
ABSURD to the Nth: ICE Gives Free Reign to Illegal Alien Mom Who Neglected Her Son to Death; The 1st Necro-Anchor Baby
By Debbie Schlussel
What is up with the twisted “leadership” at Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)? Have they no shame? (Answer: Yes, they have no shame.) Take their latest outrageous act in the Cesar Cano story.
ICE is allowing an illegal alien who has overstayed by more than a decade to come and go from and back to America to bury the 4-year-old she killed by neglecting him and allowing him to roam the streets for days by himself. But, wait, there’s more. The idiots atop ICE are not just allowing the utterly neglectful and abusive illegal alien mother to return to the U.S. after she leaves, they’re doing the same for her live-in, illegal alien boyfriends, and for the sperm-donor-only illegal alien “father”–who will get a GET OUT OF JAIL FREE CARD and also get to return to the country after leaving.
Give ICE Chieftess Julie L. Myers a/k/a “The ICE Princess,” Marcy “Black Ass” Forman-Friedman a/k/a “Peppermint Patty”, ICE Director of Investigations, and John “Costanza” Torres, Director of Detention and Removal Operations, two giant trophies for the biggest BS moves of the year in their quest to AVOID enforcing the immigration laws they were charged with carrying out, and for which we pay them in excess of $200K (EACH!) in salary and benefits per year to carry out.
I’d say the same for ICE Resident Agent in Charge for Louisville Jerry Phillips, though the jury is still partially out on him, since it appears this decision was made at the top in Washington, with him going willingly along with it for positive press gushification.
You’ll recall that, late last month, I told about the late Cesar Ivan Aguilar-Cano. The cute four-year-old anchor baby was found naked and dead on the dangerous streets near Churchill Downs in Louisville, Kentucky.
His neglectfully abusive mother, illegal alien Rosalina Cano, left him there for weeks to fend for himself, basically abandoning him. Who would expect him to live? It’s criminal, and any American citizen mother who did this would be crminally charged, behind bars, and with a high bond, right now. But Ms. Cano–part of the massive illegal workforce at Churchill Downs, which ICE continues to ignore–is free not only to roam America, ICE has decided they will let her travel to Latin America and RETURN back to the U.S., despite the fact that SHE WAS ORDERED DEPORTED ELEVEN(!) YEARS AGO.
And ICE will not only do the same for the mother’s illegal alien boyfriend, but a third man, the dead boy’s illegal alien sperm-donor-only father, will get released from jail to do so. American citizen criminals rarely get permission to get out of jail to go to their relatives’ funerals, let alone free entree to abscond from the country.
The biggest outrage is that ICE “leaders” “The ICE Princess,” “Peppermint Patty,” and John “Costanza” Torres are giving these two “significant-public-benefit parole” to go in and out of the country. That is reserved for criminals to show up for trial and witnesses in criminal trials. These three are neither, unless they are eventually charged for criminal neglect leading to murder, which is basically what they did to their dead son by abandoning him. Naturally, that will never happen.
And because they allowed their dead son to die–a son they had while they were here ILLEGALLY–they will probably be awarded U.S. Citizenship. Because, after all, these are exactly the prized immigrants American needs in its midst, doing the jobs Americans won’t do (leaving 4-year-olds on the streets to die).
Reader Frank has been following this outrageous absurdity brought to you by the folks atop ICE. He writes:
Rosalina Cano is now using him as essentially the first “deceased anchor baby.”
ICE has now approved not only her parole, to go to Guatemala to bury her son and return, but that of her illegal boyfriend as well. Even better, they are working on getting the natural father, another illegal alien, who is in jail in Lexington KY, a release, so he too can go to Guatemala and come back.
The fact that all of them claim to know absolutely nothing about the murder, has not stopped our police chief from claiming they are vital witnesses. Suspicion around Louisville is that Cano does know something, but it would implicate her. And of course, not a move by police or prosecutors to charge this woman for criminal neglect.
More from the Louisville Courier-Journal:
The mother of a murdered boy has received “informal word” from immigration officials that she will be allowed to re-enter the United States after she goes to Guatemala to bury her son, the family’s lawyer said yesterday.
Charlie Nett, family lawyer and director of Immigration and Legal Services at Catholic Charities of Louisville, said he received word late Friday afternoon that Rosalina Cano and her boyfriend, Samuel Hernandez [DS: WHO IS IN PRISON!], will be granted significant-public-benefit parole.
Nett said he was notified by Jerry Phillips, the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s resident agent-in-charge in Louisville.
Cano and Hernandez plan to travel to Guatemala Friday for the burial of Cesar Ivan Aguilar-Cano, who disappeared June 29 while playing behind his apartment building near Churchill Downs. His body was found July 7 in a city garbage truck.
No arrests have been made or suspects named in the homicide investigation.
Locally, the use of the parole is “very unusual,” Nett said. It was used to bring the suspects and witnesses involved in the 1998 bombings of U.S. embassies in Tanzania and Kenya to the United States during the prosecution, Nett said.
Cano and Hernandez, who both are illegal immigrants, will be allowed to return to the United States because police believe they are important to the murder investigation, authorities have said. Cano and Hernandez lived together with the boy, known as “Ivan” to his family, before his death.
They were two of the three names on the application for parole. The third person, Cesar Aguilar, the boy’s father, still has a pending application. Aguilar was arrested Thursday in Lexington on charges of possession of a forged instrument, including fake documents, and several traffic violations. He has a court hearing tomorrow.
Immigration officials have detained Aguilar, and his pending application is in limbo.
“Apparently (Immigration and Custom Enforcement is) open to lifting the detainer on him once his identity is clarified,” Nett said. “But I assume that they are probably going to parole him as well.”
The impact of the charges on his legal status hasn’t been determined, Nett said. . . .
Louisville Metro Police have requested that Cano and Hernandez return to the United States within three months of the parole, Nett said. [DS: As I wrote previously, this is a pretextual ruse suggested by Ms. Cano's lawyers as an excuse for her to be able to leave and re-enter, even though she's been ordered to leave.]
The parole generally lasts for an initial period of 90 days but could possibly last up to a year, he said.
If the family is needed longer than that, Louisville police or the commonwealth’s attorney will have to request extensions, Nett said.
Cano has an outstanding deportation order from 1996.
After her return, “ICE could move to remove her from the U.S.,” Nett said. [DS: Fat chance.]
“There are things that we will do to try to keep her in the U.S., like the U-visa status,” Nett later said.
Hmmm . . . I wonder why we are losing the war on illegal aliens.
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