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    They Are Illegally in the Country. Now They're Accused Murde

    Tuesday, August 07, 2007
    They Are Illegally in the Country. Now They're Accused Murderers. ... y-now.html

    But one was already on probation for DUI. Surprise! Why wasn't he in the deportation process? Do county officials, judges, police, and sheriffs just wait until the crime is heinous enough to warrant deportation?

    Is it any surprise that illegal immigrants commit a disproportionate amount of crime versus their number in the population?
    Who DOESN'T know that? Don't they know that they commit a disproportionate amount of the sexual crimes as well?

    And now this 15 year old girl is dead. And two illegal alien men from Mexico are charged with her murder.

    They're 24 and 23. What would they be doing going after a 15 year old? Remember when the Mexican consul called for understanding because it was normal for 20-something men to go after younger girls because that's the way they do it in rural Mexico. But this is America. What the heck were these thugs doing here? Now they're charged with murder.

    What should be the response of the state now? More easy to get driver's licenses? More hiring halls? A little sumptin sumptin from welfare? Why do we bend over backwards to help illegal aliens. And how must this make LEGAL citizens from Mexico feel?

    From the Zero:
    Two cousins are behind bars, charged with aggravated murder in the strangling of 15-year-old Dani Countryman, who was found dead late last month as others slept nearby in a Milwaukie apartment.
    Authorities revealed few details of what led to the arrests, and much about the case -- including a possible motive -- remains a mystery.

    Detective Jim Strovink of the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office released terse descriptions of the suspects:

    Alejandro Emeterio "Alex" Rivera Gamboa, 24, has been in the county jail since his arrest at the scene the day her body was found, held on a probation violation warrant for driving under the influence.

    Gilberto Javier "Gabe" Rivera Gamboa, 23, a landscaper, was arrested Monday afternoon as he returned home to the Balboa Apartments on Southeast Courtney in Milwaukie, the complex where Countryman was slain July 28.

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