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      Mexican president: US dumping criminals at border
      By MARK STEVENSON - Associated Press


      MEXICO CITY (AP) Mexican President Felipe Calderon accused the United States on Thursday of dumping criminals at the border because it is cheaper than prosecuting them, and said the practice has fueled violence in Mexico's border areas.
      U.S. officials earlier this week reported a record number of deportations in fiscal year 2011, and said the number of deportees with criminal convictions had nearly doubled since 2008.
      "There are many factors in the violence that is being experienced in some Mexican border cities, but one of those is that the American authorities have gotten into the habit of simply deporting 60 (thousand) or 70,000 migrants per year to cities like Ciudad Juarez or Tijuana," Calderon told an immigration conference.
      Among these deportees "there are many who really are criminals, who have committed some crime and it is simply cheaper to leave them on the Mexican side of the border than to prosecute them, as they should do, to see whether they are guilty or not," Calderon said. "And obviously, they quickly link up with criminal networks on the border."
      On Tuesday, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Director John Morton said his agency deported nearly 400,000 individuals during the fiscal year that ended in September, the largest number of removals in the agency's history.
      Morton announced the 2011 numbers in Washington, saying about 55 percent of those deported had felony or misdemeanor convictions. Officials said the number of those convicted of crimes was up 89 percent from 2008. The vast majority of migrants, and deportees, are from Mexico.
      There are no records to substantiate whether U.S. authorities opt for deporting undocumented Mexican nationals who have committed crimes instead of prosecuting them in the U.S.
      The U.S. embassy declined to comment on Calderon's speech.
      When Mexicans without documents finish their prison terms in the United States, they're bused to the border and freed. Mexican officials in Tijuana have said some deportees turn to petty crime but couldn't say if they were feeding drug cartels.
      The Associated Press in the past year has repeatedly asked the Mexican government to document the impact of leaving deportees with criminal records at the border. The AP filed a freedom of information request asking Mexico's Foreign Ministry how many times the U.S. had notified Mexico it was deporting a convicted criminal and how many people arrested for drug trafficking in Mexico had prior records in the U.S. The foreign ministry said it didn't have such numbers. The office of Calderon's former security spokesman Alejandro Poire did not respond to similar queries.
      The United States and Mexico are experimenting with new methods of alerting Mexico about deportations, and U.S. officials say they warn Mexico when former inmates are considered particularly dangerous.
      Mexicans with criminal records in the U.S. can't be detained in Mexico if they have not violated the law in their home country, and some Mexican border cities complain they don't have any easy way to run criminal background checks on deported inmates to see if they have pending charges.
      One deported criminal, Martin Estrada Luna, is accused of becoming a leader of a cell of the Zetas drug cartel in the border state of Tamaulipas just 18 months after he was deported from the United States. Estrada, who had a long rap sheet of mostly theft and property crimes in Washington state, is now in custody in Mexico City, where he is accused for masterminding the killing of more than 250 people.
      Calderon also lashed out at what he called "absurd" and "irrational" immigration laws in the United States.
      "To the extent to which they continue to put absurd curbs on migration, to the degree to which they continue to persecute migrants in the United States in an irrational way that sometimes violates their human rights, in that measure American society will continue to lose competitiveness..." he said.
      That was an apparent reference to tough immigration laws like the one implemented in Alabama in late September. While courts have blocked some provisions of the law, judges let stand provisions that allow police to check a person's immigration status during a traffic stop.
      Under the measure, courts also can't enforce contracts involving illegal immigrants, such as leases, and it is a felony for an illegal immigrant to do business with the state for basic things like getting a driver's license.
      Calderon said immigration shouldn't be seen as a threat or invasion; he noted that net migration of Mexicans to the United States is approaching zero, as fewer people leave and more come back.
      Rafael Fernandez de Castro, head of the International Relations studies at the Monterrey Technological Institute, told the conference that about 200,000 Mexicans per year are returning to their country, and that Mexican schools are facing a new problem: tens of thousands of Mexican children are coming back each year with little or no Spanish.
      "In the last couple of school years in Mexico, literally tens of thousands of children have turned up with last names like Sanchez, Fernandez, or Hinojosa and, it must be said, they don't speak Spanish, they speak English," Fernandez de Castro said. "We have to ask California and Texas how they managed to integrate these Mexican children who went to the United States and didn't speak English."

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      Default Re: Mexican president: US dumping criminals at border...

      why wouldnt they be deported criminal or not. at least they are letting them know that they are releasing people back to their home countries

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      Default Re: Mexican president: US dumping criminals at border...

      If they are illegals any way they should be brought back to where they come from.

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      Default Re: Mexican president: US dumping criminals at border...

      Boo hoo. So what, the shotgun people that left your country get returned to you. Tuff shit.

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      Default Re: Mexican president: US dumping criminals at border...

      Shitty* ppl. Not shotgun, damn autocorrect.

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      Default Re: Mexican president: US dumping criminals at border...

      Quote Originally Posted by guns01 View Post
      why wouldnt they be deported criminal or not. at least they are letting them know that they are releasing people back to their home countries
      I agree...if they aren't U.S. citizens, then they should be sent back to their country.

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      Default Re: Mexican president: US dumping criminals at border...

      Quote Originally Posted by guns01 View Post
      why wouldnt they be deported criminal or not. at least they are letting them know that they are releasing people back to their home countries
      Quote Originally Posted by Big Dan View Post
      If they are illegals any way they should be brought back to where they come from.
      Quote Originally Posted by combatwombat View Post
      Boo hoo. So what, the shotgun people that left your country get returned to you. Tuff shit.
      Quote Originally Posted by kingvillan View Post
      I agree...if they aren't U.S. citizens, then they should be sent back to their country.
      Fuck Them!

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      Default Re: Mexican president: US dumping criminals at border...

      Troll says keep dumping them and actually Mexico should punish them for being to stupid and getting caught to be sent back.

      But Troll love Mexican women so leave them ALONE!
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      Default Re: Mexican president: US dumping criminals at border...

      Or we should drop them off in Iran!

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