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Illegal Alien Sex Offender to Be Sent Home After Latest Illegal Entry

Illegal Alien Sex Offender to Be Sent Home After Latest Illegal Entry

An illegal alien from Mexico who previously served an eight-year prison sentence in the U.S. for aggravated criminal sexual assault in Houston, Texas was caught illegally re-entering the United States. Court documents reveal he has previously illegally re-entered the U.S. on multiple occasions, but U.S. authorities are set to simply deport him again without any consequences.

Rolando Esparza-Reyes was referred to in a U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) press release by the politically-correct term “undocumented immigrant,” rather than the legal term “illegal alien.” The press release only mentions that Esparza-Reyes had been previously deported and had served an 8-year U.S. prison sentence for aggravated criminal sexual assault he committed in Houston, Texas.

The CBP press release indicated that Esparza-Reyes may simply be deported again: “Esparza-Reyes faces a charge of illegal entry – 8 USC 1326 – and his prior order of removal will be reinstated.”

In a telephone interview with Breitbart News, a spokesman for the CPB stated: “He has served his time for his crimes in the U.S., so all we can do is deport him.”

The terminology in the CBP press release was clarified further in a telephone interview I conducted with Shawn Moran, vice president of the National Border Patrol Council, the union for U.S. Border Patrol agents who work under the CBP. He stated: “When an order of deportation is reinstated, it’s little more than aglorified voluntary return, resulting in the illegal alien simply being returned back to Mexico without having to see a judge.”

In-depth research on Esparza-Reyes puts his deportation in perhaps a more concerning light. Esparza-Reyes was caught entering the U.S. and was deported prior to 2003. He then re-entered again in 2003 and was sentenced to 18 months in a U.S. facility for re-entering the country illegally,according to court documents. He was then deported again. He almost immediately illegally re-entered the U.S. and committed the aggravated criminal sexual assault in Houston, Texas for which he was sentenced to prison. After serving an eight-year sentence in the U.S., he almost immediately illegally re-entered the country again and was caught.

An email was sent to the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) concerning the new information discovered about Esparza-Reyes. The questions submitted pertained to whether the agency had considered the risk to U.S. citizens that this convicted sexual predator poses — especially considering his clear intention to continue illegally re-entering the U.S. I also inquired as to why illegally re-entering deserved an 18-month sentence in 2003 but now only results in a deportation. No response has been received from the CBP at the time of this article’s publication.

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