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    Employer charged with harboring alleged cop-killer

    Let me put forth a thought for your consideration that I’ve been making in some other forums about this case.

    Person (A) only conspired to rob a bank with person (B). Person (B) decided to kill unbeknownst and without further warning or communications to person (A).

    Under our law both persons (A) & (B) are liable for capital murder charges.

    Why should it not be the same in this case?

    Person (A), the employer, only conspired with person (B), the ILLEGAL alien, to aid and abet him by harboring him with a home and a job (shielding him from the law).

    Person (B), the ILLEGAL alien, decided to kill a police officer unbeknownst and without further warning or communications to person (A), the employer.

    I see little in the legal and moral distinction between the bank robbers and those that would hire ILLEGAL aliens who commit capital murder.

    Your thoughts?

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    Employer charged with harboring alleged cop-killer

    HOUSTON — The employer of a Mexican man accused of fatally shooting a Houston police officer has been arrested and charged with harboring an illegal immigrant, federal officials announced Wednesday.

    Robert Lane Camp, 47, the owner of a landscaping company, has been charged with encouraging Juan Leonardo Quintero-Perez, the accused killer of Houston police officer Rodney Johnson, to unlawfully enter the United States and with harboring him.

    Camp, who was arrested Wednesday, was set to make his first appearance in federal court later in the day.

    Each of the offenses Camp is accused of committing in a criminal complaint carry up to five years in prison and a fine up to $250,000.

    “This prosecution demonstrates the consequences a U.S. citizen faces when he or she decides to harbor or assist an undocumented alien to enter the United States and to employ that alien unlawfully,
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    Thanks jimpasz. Although this is highly related to another thread:

    http://www.alipac.us/ftopict-97678.html

    I'll allow this one to remain as is. It's not an exact duplicate and has some additional information not contained in the other thread.
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    A HISTORY OF AIDING WORKER

    • August 1998: Robert Camp posts a $10,000 cash bond for Juan Leonardo Quintero, who was charged with indecency with a child.

    • March 3, 1999: Quintero is convicted of a sexual offense with a minor.

    • May 7, 1999: Quintero is deported from the U.S.

    • Nov. 26, 1999: Quintero boards a Southwest Airlines flight from Phoenix to Houston after hiring a smuggler to re-enter the U.S. through Arizona. Quintero's wife tells investigators her husband told her Camp purchased the ticket.

    • Sept. 21, 2006: Quintero is accused of fatally shooting Houston police officer Rodney Johnson in the head during a traffic stop in which Quintero was driving a company truck owned by Camp. Quintero is later charged with capital murder.

    • Oct. 4, 2006: ICE agents receive information alleging that Camp, of Camp Landscaping, knowingly employed Quintero in violation of federal law.

    Source: ICE affidavit by Senior Special Agent Gary Renick
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    Robert Camp leaves the Bob Casey Federal Courthouse Wednesday in Houston. The federal complaint alleges that Camp, through his company Camp Landscaping, hired Juan Quintero knowing that he had been deported previously for a crime and was back in the country illegally.
    Melissa Phillip: HOUSTON Chronicle
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