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    NC-Illegal alien poses as border patrol agent

    Illegal alien poses as border patrol agent

    September 11, 2008 - 9:07AM

    RALEIGH -- A Fuquay-Varina man has been accused of posing as a Border Patrol agent and promising would-be immigrants false papers to come to the United States, in exchange for thousands of dollars.

    Roberto Diosdado-Star, 35, a Mexican citizen illegally in the United States, was picked up by federal agents last week at a Raleigh home where he was staying. In a brief court appearance Wednesday in the federal courthouse in Raleigh, he waived a detention and probable cause hearing. He is formally accused of re-entering the United States after he was deported in 2002.

    Federal agents think Diosdado-Star, who uses several other aliases, pretended to be a Border Patrol agent and contacted people south of the border, promising them false immigration papers for fees ranging from $6,000 to $18,000, according to an affidavit written by a North Carolina-based Immigration and Customs Enforcement agent.

    Federal authorities learned of him after someone called the Border Patrol's internal affairs division in San Antonio.

    Diosdado-Star even sent a picture of himself in a Border Patrol uniform to one of his victims, according to the affidavit. The photo allowed agents to pull up a Texas driver's license under the name Roberto Diosdado, and immigration officials came to think he lived in the Fuquay-Varina area.

    Diosdado-Star's son, who was at the court hearing, declined to comment, as did the federal public defender assigned to represent him.


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    Cute.......is there no lengths they won't stoop to?
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    Diosdado-Star's son, who was at the court hearing, declined to comment, as did the federal public defender assigned to represent him.
    THIS PRACTICE MUST END!

    Let 'em pay for their own representation, language interpreters, etc...I'm sick and tired of footing the bills for them.

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    Sure would like to know who that person is that called internal affairs. Whoever it is, isn't a dummy. Not many people think to do something like that.

    One of my clerks that I supervised who told me of a police officer who was harassing kids and families on his street. She was alone with five children. I suggested she call Internal Affairs Division and have other neighbors do the same. It stopped and it stopped NOW.
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    Diosdado-Star's son, who was at the court hearing, declined to comment, as did the federal public defender assigned to represent him.
    Why was this illegal alien given a public defender? He made ALOT of money illegally dispersing false papers in exchange for fees ranging anywhere from $6,000-18,000. Where is the money now? AND WHY ISNT DIODADO-STAR'S SON DEPORTED?
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    Quote Originally Posted by butterbean
    Diosdado-Star's son, who was at the court hearing, declined to comment, as did the federal public defender assigned to represent him.
    Why was this illegal alien given a public defender? He made ALOT of money illegally dispersing false papers in exchange for fees ranging anywhere from $6,000-18,000. Where is the money now? AND WHY ISNT DIODADO-STAR'S SON DEPORTED? :x
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    An illegal applied for a job with the BP in Austin, TX the other day and ended up on the path to deportation.


    http://www.alipac.us/ftopict-130736-haxhiu.html

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    Maybe after going to jail the money attraction will not be worth reentering America again.

    Does he have an immigrant family here? We never hear these details. If his family is not American Citizens; they should all be required to leave, immediately.
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    Federal agents think Diosdado-Star, who uses several other aliases, pretended to be a Border Patrol agent and contacted people south of the border, promising them false immigration papers for fees ranging from $6,000 to $18,000, according to an affidavit written by a North Carolina-based Immigration and Customs Enforcement agent.

    Federal authorities learned of him after someone called the Border Patrol's internal affairs division in San Antonio.
    I wonder who turned him in! Probably one of his disgruntled customers from south of the border...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dixie
    An illegal applied for a job with the BP in Austin, TX the other day and ended up on the path to deportation.


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