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    W.V.: Man pleads guilty to illegally re-entering U.S.

    Man pleads guilty to illegally re-entering U.S.

    April 14, 2011

    A man arrested in Beckley pleaded guilty to illegally re-entering the United States in U.S. District Court Wednesday.

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    [quote]Via a translator in federal court, Reyes-Infante explained that “many years agoâ€
    When you aid and support criminals, you live a criminal life style yourself:

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    throw him in jail and let him stay there for the longest amount of time.
    since he has no regards for laws. apparently. he can have alot of time thinking about it

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    This ILLEGAL does not have a shortage of NAMES, I just do not believe that many of our CITIZENS outside of the southwest unless they have become directly involved with the ILLEGALS realize how dangerous the ILLEGALS are to them and their families.

    PUBLIC INFORMATION RELEASE
    UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    v. Criminal No.
    JOSE GUADALUPE REYES-INFANTE,

    also known as Ramiro Enfante-Valadez
    also known as Jose Guadalupe Mesa-Reyes
    also known as Jose Martinez Hernandez

    An indictment was returned today by the Grand Jury for the United States Court for the Southern District of West Virginia meeting at Charleston charging the above defendant(s) with violation of federal law in connection with reentry of an illegal alien.

    Pertinent information concerning the defendant is set forth below:

    DEFENDANT'S NAME JOSE GUADALUPE REYES-INFANTE
    AGE 48
    ADDRESS ~M~e~x~i~c~o~_____________________________________ _______________
    MARRIED 1_/Yes I.J;.I No Employer (if known)
    INVESTIGATING AGENCY -=I~C~E~_________________________________________
    CHARGES 8 U.S.C. 1326(a) and 8 U.S.C. 1326(b} (2)
    POSSIBLE PENALTY (maximum penalty) Up to 20 years, 3 years supervised
    release & $250,000 fine
    R. BOOTH GOODWIN UNITED STATES ATTORNEY SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF WEST VIRGINIA

    PLEASE NOTE: The Fifth Amendment and applicable Federal law gives a criminal defendant a personal right of Indictment by grand jury for Federal crimes punishable by more than one year imprisonment. An Indictment is a formal, written accusation by a grand jury. The defendant may waive the right to an Indictment, and, if waived, a Federal prosecutor may then charge by Information without grand jury involvement. Federal crimes punishable by less than a year imprisonment may be prosecuted by Indictment or by Information.


    UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF WEST VIRGI BECKLEY GRAND JURY 2010 FEBRUARY 1, 2011 SESSION
    UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    Southern [;i~iih.;' til We~l Virginifl
    v.
    CRIMINAL NO.
    .2': / / -tJ () (J cJ.\5 8 U.S.C. § 1326(a)
    8
    U.S.C.
    §
    1326 (b) (2)
    JOSE GUADALUPE
    REYES-INFANTE,
    also known as Ramiro Infante-Valadez
    also known as Jose Guadalupe Mesa-Reyes
    also known as Jose Martinez Hernandez
    also known as Jose Meza-Reyes
    also known as Jose Reyes Mesa
    ~~~~gI~~HI
    The Grand Jury Charges: COUNT ONE (Illegal Reentry)
    1.
    On or about January 23, 1981, defendant JOSE GUADALUPE REYES-INFANTE, an alien, was apprehended at or near Huntsville, Texas and was subsequently removed by a Voluntary Removal on or about February 5, 1981.
    2.
    On or about February :11, 1983, defendant JOSE GUADALUPE REYES-INFANTE, an alien, was convicted in Harris County District Court, Houston, Texas of an aggravated felony, as defined in 8
    U.S.C. § 1101{a) (43), that is, the felony offense of attempting to commit homicide, capital murder of a police officer, in violation of Texas Penal Code 19.03(a) (1) and 15.01. Defendant JOSE GUADALUPE REYES-INFANTE was Ordered to be deported on or about June
    7, 1989.
    3.
    On or about November 28, 1988, defendant JOSE GUADALUPE REYES-INFANTE, an alien, was apprehended at or near Huntsville, Texas and was subsequently removed by an Order of Removal on or about April 17, 1992.
    4.
    On or about January 5, 2011, at or near Beckley, Raleigh County, West Virginia, and within the Southern District of west Virginia and elsewhere, defendant JOSE GUADALUPE REYES-INFANTE, an alien, after having been convicted of an aggravated felony and deported and removed from the United States, entered and was found in the United States without first obtaining express consent from the Secretary of Homeland Security or the Attorney General of the United States to reapply for admission to the United States.
    In violation of Title 8, united States Code, Sections 1326(a) and 1326 (b) (2) .
    R. BOOTH GOODWIN II United States Attorney
    By:
    ERIK S. GOES Assistant United States Attorney

    http://www.justice.gov/usao/wvs/press_r ... eb%201.pdf

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