Republican amnesty peddlers keep telling us that we already have “De Facto Amnesty.” Under our De Facto Amnesty, Ricardo Reyes, an illegal alien pedophile would be deported. Under their 100% Amnesty, he may not be.
A Mexican national living illegally in the United States has been sentenced for extreme child pornography, but might not be deported after he serves his federal prison sentence due to possible changes surrounding comprehensive immigration reform, according to the U.S. Attorney’s office.
Ricardo Reyes was sentenced to seven years in federal prison for receipt of child pornography, specifically downloading and saving videos and images of sexual acts between children. Disturbingly, the U.S. Attorney’s Office press release stated: “After his release from prison, if not deported, Reyes will begin a five year term of supervised release.”
The “if not deported” phrase is not normal for a press release in a case like this. The lack of certainty that deportation will occur led Breitbart News to contact the U.S. Attorney’s Office regarding the reasoning behind the expressed uncertainty.
U.S. Attorney’s Office of the District of Nebraska Criminal Chief Jan Sharp gave this response in a telephone interview with Breitbart News: “There isn’t necessarily a substantive difference between “might be deported” and “will be deported.” The expectation is that he will be deported, but with all that’s going on, it’s possible the laws will change between now and the end of his sentence and he might not be.”
The statement indicates high ranking member within the U.S. Attorney’s Office realizes the impact comprehensive immigration reform could have and result in illegal aliens who engage in the receipt and distribution of child pornography being allowed to stay in the United States.
Obama keeps telling us that illegal aliens will be starting up businesses and fixing the economy as soon as they’re legalized. I wonder what kind of business Reyes will be starting.