By John Hill on November 3, 2011 .. News
Illegals seem to have more rights than legal Americans these days. Come here illegally and you can skip paying taxes, go on food stamps, collect WIC for your children, get subsidized housing etc., and if you commit a serious crime, you can avoid prison, (at worst) get deported, and come right back in and start over again!
Just ask ‘Saul Quiroz’ – or the man who pretended to be an illegal alien named ‘Saul Quiroz’.
A Salt Lake City, UT man – who was not named in media reports – was arrested on Feb. 24, 2010, for distribution of a controlled substance (reportedly cocaine). He gave the fake name to the police.
While at a hearing before a District Court judge, the man said he was from Mexico and he was in the country illegally. He pleaded guilty. The court then allowed him to report to Immigration and Customs Enforcement and he was deported to Mexico, court document say.
So a coke dealer gets a get out of jail free card, and trip to Mexico courtesy of ICE – just from claiming to be illegal. Isn’t that special? A whole year later, back in Utah, he is busted again, and this time it is revealed that he is a U.S. citizen who used his passport to re-enter the country.
He was released from ICE custody once his citizenship was verified. The man was charged with one count of false or inconsistent material statements, a second-degree felony and one count of false personal information to an peace officer, a Class C misdemeanor in 3rd District Court on Wednesday.
Bad move! He should have just claimed he was illegal again, and received another get out of jail free card!
The inmates are truly running the asylum in the old U.S. of A.