Convicted & Deported Illegal Immigrant Back in US in Four Days

From Breitbart:

CBP Border Patrol agent does a pat down of a Mexican being returned to Mexico.

A criminal illegal alien from Mexico, previously convicted of killing a person in a drunk driving accident, was sent to prison and subsequently deported. He is now back in Texas and faces new federal charges.

Over the weekend, U.S. Border Patrol agents arrested 66-year-old Luis Escobar Valle moments after he crossed the Rio Grande near the border city of Hidalgo, Texas, court records obtained by Breitbart Texas revealed.

Once in custody, Escobar told agents that he had just entered the country illegally. The agents carried out a records check to see if he had been deported in the past.

Authorities learned that federal agents deported Escobar on October 20. Yet, four days later he walked back into Texas. His deportation came after he served six years in prison on a 10 year sentence that he received in 1999.

On September 21, 1999, a court convicted Escobar for intoxication manslaughter with a vehicle. A state district judge handed down a 10 year prison sentence. Court records don’t reveal why Escobar only served a portion of his sentence before getting deported.

On Monday morning, Escobar appeared before U.S. District Judge Peter Ormsby. The judge ordered he be held without bond. The court formally charged Escobar with a felony count of illegal re-entry. The bond denial came after Judge Ormsby determined that there were no conditions that would guarantee that Escobar would be present in court for his subsequent hearings.

The area where federal agents arrested Escobar is just north of the border city of Reynosa, a city that Mexican cartels have used as a springboard to send hundreds of thousands of illegal immigrants in a coordinated fashion, as Breitbart Texas has reported in the past. The move has not only become a big money maker for Mexican cartels, it has also been a way to overwhelm law enforcement capabilities in an effort to continue pushing large drug loads.


Stating the obvious here, but he should never have been released the first time and the original sentence should have been much harsher. A 10 year sentence and only serving six is a slap in the face to the victim’s family.

The feds have failed to secure the border, and our lives are at risk as a result of O’s failure to defend our nation from foreign invasion. In fact, O has committed treason by encouraging illegal invaders and basically bribing them with the promise of a blind eye to their illegal actions, and welfare debit cards in their pockets.

If there were a way, the thing to do is give control of the borders back to the states and take the feds out of the picture. Put that money in the states’ coffers and let them handle their own border security. I guarantee you illegal crossings in Texas and Arizona will decrease, but who knows what California would do. Probably build a train to Mexico City.


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9 Responses to Convicted & Deported Illegal Immigrant Back in US in Four Days

  1. Uriel says:

    Correct if wrong Kathy but Texas has put up more patrols inside the border. It went through state a few months ago. At least this patrol officer was doing his job. But having said that, I am not sure this isn’t a put up job. As you I think this was one of those “early releases” O has done. Wasn’t it like 60,000 he demanded release on? It sounds too pat that the guy would volunteer info he knew would put him back in jail. It may sound like Paranoia maybe but given all this pundit has done, we have all seen that there is method and reason to his madness.

    • Kathy says:

      He may have been part of O’s early release bunch, but who knows since they can’t keep up with all of them, and it doesn’t say which state he was jailed in. Either way, he’s not going anywhere for a while longer.

      Yes, Rick Perry put additional Texas National Guard troops on the border last year, I think it was, for all the good it does. All they can do is spot and report as they have no authority to take them in.

  2. vonmesser says:

    Maybe we should kneecap the summabiches.

  3. Grouchy says:

    VM, that reminds me of Tonya Harding / Nancy Kerrigan, in January 1994.
    Might not be a bad idea for the border residents, U.S. side, to start carrying nunchucks~!

  4. CW says:

    Don’t even know what to say any more.

  5. captbogus2 says:

    The reason for the shortened 10 year sentence is Texas’ liberal “good time” policy which can be as much as 3 for 1. Even at 2 for 1 Escobar would have ‘finished’ a 10 year sentence and the SCOTUS ruled that Good Time Earned is Time Served and the state would have no alternative but to discharge him from prison.
    The ‘good time’ policy came about due to prison overcrowding and an activist federal judge.

    • Kathy says:

      It’s my understanding that people who’ve committed more violent crimes may not be eligible for ‘good time’, assuming he was in a Texas prison. However it’s possible they bumped that up because of the overcrowded prisons, which is partially due to the flood of illegals.