This might explain why DHS released a suspected child molester last year. In August 2011, DHS took custody of Amado Espinoza-Ramirez from Cook County officials. At the time of the transfer, Espinoza-Ramirez was charged with a number of offenses including rape of a child under 13, sexual assault with the use of force, and sexual relations within the family. DHS released Espinoza-Ramirez shortly after taking him into their custody. He’s since missed court dates and DHS considers him a fugitive.
Espinoza-Ramirez has not yet been convicted of any crimes despite facing numerous child molestation charges.
Crane said that while the administration has made their DREAM Act policy appear humane, its actual implementation has been something totally different.
“It’s a disaster. It’s a train wreck how it’s implemented in the field.” He continued, “The policies they put out don’t reflect what’s happening in the field.”
One difficulty, said Crane, is that ICE agents are forced to accept anything a suspected illegal alien tells them.
“If we make contact with them, and they say they’re a dreamer, we have to take their word for it.”
Crane said the assault the suspected illegal alien in El Paso allegedly perpetrated on ICE agents carries with it serious consequences.
“The last guy that assaulted me got thirteen months in a federal prison.”
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