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Old 08-21-2008, 03:24 PM
 
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EL PASO, Texas - Local U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officers on Wednesday deported a Mexican fugitive who is wanted for murder in his home country.

ICE immigration enforcement agents escorted Luis Miguel Quintana-Aguilera, 23, to the middle of Stanton Street Bridge at the El Paso Port of Entry where he was turned over to Mexican authorities. Quintana-Aguilera was sought by authorities in Casas Grandes, Chihuahua, Mexico, for the November 2007 murder of Rigoberto Romero Enriquez.
The Office of the Attorney General of Mexico contacted the ICE Attaché Office in Ciudad Juarez May 14 requesting assistance locating and arresting Quintana-Aguilera, who was believed to be in the El Paso area. Local Border Enforcement Security Task Force (BEST) members arrested Quintana-Aguilera the same day.

BEST members arrested Quintana-Aguilera in a mobile home park in the 14000 block of Colonia Campo, west of Horizon City, Texas. Quintana-Aguilera was previously deported in 2002 after he was convicted for alien smuggling and transporting. After his arrest in May, he was processed and placed into removal proceedings while detained at ICE's El Paso Processing Center. He contested his removal, alleging that he was eligible to remain in the United States. However, an immigration judge denied his request on Aug. 18.

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ICE deports Mexican man wanted for murder in Chihuahua, Mexico (http://www.ice.gov/pi/nr/0808/080821elpaso.htm - broken link)

It's way past time to build the wall around the entire US perimeter, surround it with armed guards and put alligators in the Rio Grande.

So much for them only being here doing the jobs that Americans won't do. Wow . . . just wow.
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