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  • EMPLOYER OF ILLEGAL ALIEN COP KILLER CHARGED

    HOUSTON -- The owner of a company that hired an illegal immigrant who has been charged with capital murder in connection with a police officer's death has been arrested and charged with harboring an illegal alien, KPRC Local 2 reported Wednesday.

    United States Attorney Don DeGabrielle said Robert Lane Camp, owner of Camp Landscaping in Deer Park, encouraged Juan Leonardo Quintero-Perez to unlawfully enter the country by hiring him.

    "This prosecution demonstrates the consequences a U.S. citizen faces when he or she decides to harbor or assist an undocumented alien to enter the United States and to employ that alien unlawfully," DeGabrielle said.

    Quintero-Perez has been accused of fatally shooting Houston Police Officer Rodney Johnson in September 2006. Johnson stopped Quintero-Perez in one of Camp's vehicles and placed him under arrest after he did not provide a driver's license, investigators said. He was handcuffed and placed in Johnson's patrol car.

    Detectives said Quintero-Perez shot Johnson from the back seat of the patrol car with a gun he had hidden on his body.

    "Many illegal aliens, especially aliens with criminal convictions, are desperate to avoid being detected and apprehended," said Robert Ruitt, special agent in charge of the Immigrations and Customs Enforcement Office of Investigations in Houston. "These people also tend to take desperate actions and the results are often tragic."

    Court documents showed Quintero-Perez was charged with indecency with a child in 1998 and identified Camp as his employer. Camp posted his bond after his arrest. He was convicted and deported in 1999.


    Camp has been accused of helping Quintero-Perez re-enter the United States illegally in 1999 and giving him a job and residence to lease.

    Quintero-Perez is currently in state custody awaiting trial. He faces the death penalty if convicted

    http://www.click2houston.com/news/15013129/detail.html

    HOOORAY FINALLY SOME JUSTICE FOR AMERICANS MURDERED AT THE HANDS OF ILLEGALS. . THIS COULD BE THE BEGINNING OF SOMETHING REALLY GREAT FOR THE FAMILIES VICTIMIZED BY ILLEGAL ALIENS . .
    Wolves Travel In Packs
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    Court documents showed Quintero-Perez was charged with indecency with a child in 1998 and identified Camp as his employer. Camp posted his bond after his arrest. He was convicted and deported in 1999.

    Camp has been accused of helping Quintero-Perez re-enter the United States illegally in 1999 and giving him a job and residence to lease.

    Quintero-Perez is currently in state custody awaiting trial. He faces the death penalty if convicted


    This is why undocumented entry must stop!

    Will the usa be able to execute death penalty on him? Shouldnt they turn him back to the mexico government for the punishment to be carried out?

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    • #3
      Originally posted by 4now:
      <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Court documents showed Quintero-Perez was charged with indecency with a child in 1998 and identified Camp as his employer. Camp posted his bond after his arrest. He was convicted and deported in 1999.

      Camp has been accused of helping Quintero-Perez re-enter the United States illegally in 1999 and giving him a job and residence to lease.

      Quintero-Perez is currently in state custody awaiting trial. He faces the death penalty if convicted


      This is why undocumented entry must stop!

      Will the usa be able to execute death penalty on him? Shouldnt they turn him back to the mexico government for the punishment to be carried out? </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

      Well we both know nothing will be done by Senor Boosh and if any democrat is elected in the '08 elections we can look forward to our borders being completely erased.

      I'm sure he will be found guilty but I've been running across more and more articles where the foreign governments are sticking its nose in our business and telling us how we should treat their Nationals.

      As the details unravel, I'll post them.
      Wolves Travel In Packs
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      • #4
        Aren't you tired of wasting your life(if you have any)and your time typing your stupid bitterness on the screen????
        Ovbiously not...you might start using your external toy so you can at least have some joy....

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