A man misidentified himself, claiming to be in the country illegally to evade attempted homicide charges in Santa Ana, Border Patrol agents reported today. . . .
Officials said the man first misidentified himself and claimed to be in the country illegally, possibly hoping to be deported, instead of having to face charges for the attempted homicide of his wife in October in Santa Ana. . . .
Jimarez said agents have seen an increase in people with criminal backgrounds claiming to be in the country illegally so to avoid charges in the U.S.
And if we did end up deporting him, he’d probably sue.
And this from the other side of the pond:
An immigrant carried out a knifepoint attack to be deported back to a war-torn African country — because he found Britain worse than his homeland.
Kasiba Misigaro, 21, who was living off state handouts, had asked the immigration services to send him home but they did nothing — despite him having been convicted of 21 offences over the past five years.
How many crimes do you have to commit in England to get deported?