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    Question: What are the child protection laws in Mexico?

    Why is the rate of child molestation so high among the Mexican population here in the US? Are the laws so lacks here that we are making this a fertile hunting ground for molesters? Or is there another reason for the shocking numbers?

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    Why has child molestation committed by illegal aliens become an epidemic?
    April 21, 1:19 PMNorfolk Crime ExaminerDave GibsonPrevious

    Issac Mendez RamirezContrary to what President Bush often claimed, family values do stop at the Rio Grande for many illegal aliens. In addition to suppressing wages, bankrupting our hospitals, and over-crowding our jails and public schools, illegal aliens are preying upon our children

    In Operation Predator sweeps across the country conducted between 2003-2007, Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents nabbed over 10,700 foreign national child molesters. Many of these predators had been previously convicted of other crimes, and many had already been deported once. The number predators apprehended in the sweeps actually only represent the tip of the iceberg.

    In fact, a study conducted by the Violent Crimes Institute reports that between 1999 and 2006, there were nearly 1,000,000 sex crimes committed in the United States by illegal aliens.

    Using U.S. Department of Justice, Immigration, as well as state and local law enforcement data, Deborah Schurman-Kauflin of the Violent Crimes Institute determined that there are no less than 240,000 illegal alien sex offenders currently inside the U.S.

    A very cursory search on the subject of illegal aliens committing acts of child molestation turned up countless examples of the growing problem. The following are two recent ones:

    On April 17, 2009, Judge Cecil Puryear in Lubbock, TX, sentenced illegal alien and Mexican national Julian Vasquez to 15 years in prison for a July 2008 incident in which Vasquez broke into an apartment and sexually assaulted a 13-year-old girl.

    Vasquez broke forced his way into the dwelling located in Cora Apartments, and shoved the girl onto the bed, tore off her shirt and bra, and fondled her breasts, according to court documents.

    The girl was able to fight off Vasquez and ran into the bathroom, where she was able to call 911. When officers arrived, they found Vasquez still trying to open the bathroom door.

    The only defense offered by Vasquez’s attorney, Jesse Mendez, was that his client was drunk when he committed the frightening assault.

    Lubbock County prosecutor Jennifer Basset told reporters: "This is an appropriate sentence for a stranger who broke into a house to molest a child. And this is a case where the effects on this child will not be forgotten by her, and this is a serious crime in Lubbock County."

    On April 14, 2009, illegal alien and Salvadoran national Isaac Mendez Ramirez, 24 was arrested in Largo, FL and charged with two counts of capital sexual battery.

    Ramirez is accused of molesting a 7-year-old girl in November 2008 and again in January 2009. According to the arrest report, Ramirez lives with the little girl but is not related to her. He is being held in the Pinellas County Jail.

    In 2007, Americans For Legal Immigration Political Action Committee (ALIPAC) tracked child sexual assaults committed by illegal aliens. In a 30 day period, they recorded 27 assaults by foreign nationals illegally inside the United States. The results are as follows: ... n-epidemic

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