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    Re: Not only illegal immigrants are CRIMINALS!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by jen_martinez13
    One question, where did all of you come from? Most of you or your ancestors are not even from the US..and if you don't remember then you might want to check your ancestors history. Don't HATE and find a way to be LEGAL IN THE USA! Illegals is what makes this country strong!
    Another comment to you jen_martinez13, I know where my ancesters came from. Do you know where your's came from. If you are from Mexico as claimed I bet some of your ancestors came from Spain. Isn't that a Europeon Country that once held most of the world hostage with invasions and pillages, i.e, raping and robbing the world's poor left and right, as well as religious wars, persecution and torture?
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    Those two children in NJ should be added to the list.
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    Ya'll help keep this thread on the first page so anybody coming here can see the faces and read the stories of innocent Americans whose lives were taken by illegal aliens.
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    Mariana Cisneros is currently listed by the FBI as a missing person, although she was last known to be in the custody of her mother in Nashville. This child was unlucky in parents: her mother Martha Cano Patlan is accused is the brutal torture/murder of Mariana'a four-year-old brother. The boy had been beaten and burned, and died from multiple wounds. The other accused killer is Martha's boyfriend, Genaro Espinosa Dorantes, who was added to the FBI's Ten Most Wanted list in August 2003. The FBI describes Dorantes as very dangerous. He was involved in illegal alien smuggling, so he may use those connections to stay hidden or to escape to Mexico. Obviously, this child is in danger if she is still alive.


    http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2006/02/ ... 2174.shtml
    One Of 'Most Wanted' Nabbed In Mexico

    MEXICO CITY, Feb. 28, 2006
    (AP) The U.S. Ambassador to Mexico on Monday credited "close cooperation" between Mexican and U.S. law enforcement agencies for the weekend arrest of a fugitive on the FBI's 10 most wanted list in connection with the killing of his girlfriend's 4-year-old son.

    Genaro Espinosa Dorantes, 35, was taken into custody Saturday in the border city of Tijuana, according to the FBI, although Mexico's Attorney General's Office could not immediately confirm the report of his arrest.

    "This weekend, thanks to the cooperation of law enforcement officials in Mexico and the United States, one of the FBI's 10 Most Wanted Fugitives is now off of the streets," U.S. Ambassador Tony Garza said in a statement.

    Garza noted that Espinosa Dorantes, whose alleged crime was featured on the U.S. television program America's Most Wanted, is charged with burning, beating and torturing to death Luis Osvaldo Cisneros, his girlfriend's four-year-old son. The boy's body was found dumped in a park in Nashville, Tennessee on Feb. 23, 2003.

    The child's mother, Martha Cano Patlan, agreed to cooperate with police and was taken into custody Feb. 20 in Dolores Hidalgo, Mexico.

    The child's autopsy showed he suffered from battered child syndrome, was scalded, suffered infected burns from the waist down and had internal head injuries.

    Garza said that two Mexican police agencies the Federal Investigative Agency and the Baja California state Judicial Police, as well as the FBI, were involved in the arrest.

    "The United States, and especially the people of Tennessee, are very grateful for the efforts of these law enforcement officers," Garza said.

    Garza noted that the extradition process can be lengthy, even after the United States presents all the necessary paperwork in the case, something it has 60 days to do.

    "Although the extradition process often takes more than six months to a year to complete, Espinosa Dorantes is now in a federal prison in Mexico City and will remain there until he is returned to the United States," Garza said.

    Espinosa Dorantes faces first-degree murder charges in the boy's death. While Mexico's Supreme Court recently ruled the country can extradite suspects who face life imprisonment abroad, Mexico still refuses to extradite those who face a possible death penalty.

    In such cases, U.S. prosecutors usually provide written assurance they will not seek the death penalty, in order to win the extradition.

    Nashville police said on Monday the two suspects have been in Mexico since the investigation started in 2003, and that Espinosa Dorantes was apparently smuggling illegal immigrants into Tennessee at the time of the murder.
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