You are correct in that not all immigrants are the same..... BUT many of them want to remain citizens of their country....MEXICO.... and they remain here only to make money and return to the country they love. We do not blame them for that, just for the fact they don't respect our laws and if they want to work here, then they don't need to bite the hand that feeds them.<quoted text>
well, not all immigrant are the same. Most of us are hard workers and have respect for the law...but WHAT DO YOU PEOPLE EXPECT FROM A BRAINLESS PERSON LIKE YOU????
Here is the article I got from the newspaper when that happened in DEC 2006. Many people will say he should have been deported. But it clearly states that no action was taken.
Article in DM news :
Jose Heriberto Castro, 24, is a Mexican citizen who came to the U.S. legally, federal officials said. They were unclear about whether he could have been eligible for deportation as a result of the 2005 robbery but added that they never took action and were not asked by local authorities to deport him.
Jose Heriberto Castro "ICE has no record of any law enforcement agency contacting us for information about Mr. Castro" prior to Wednesday, said Carl Rusnok, a spokesman for the local office of Immigration and Customs Enforcement. "As far as blame is concerned, I'm not able to analyze case history."
The attorney who represented Mr. Castro in the 2005 Richardson robbery – where police said he held up a man with a knife – has now been retained on behalf of Mr. Castro's family. He said that he questions whether police arrested the same man seen on surveillance video fatally shooting Karen Kristina Lafon of Garland.
"To me, that doesn't look like him," said Dallas attorney Ramon Rincon. He said Mr. Castro, who is unemployed and has no vehicle, was at home in the 9600 block of Forest Lane on Monday when the murder took place at 5:26 p.m.