Man Deported, Then Sold Heroin and Ran a Brothel in Milwaukee

CNS: When they first arrested him in North Carolina in 2006, they let him go and asked him to come back for a hearing in Georgia.

Instead, he ended up in Wisconsin.

Now he could face years in prison.

But this story does not start in North Carolina or Wisconsin. It starts in Arizona — on the border.

It should end with the federal government — which failed to prevent this man from illegally entering and re-entering our country — securing our southern border.

Will it?

Thirteen years ago, law enforcement in Charlotte pulled over a car that had “illegal window tinting.” The driver, Jose Facio-Santos, did not have a license.

Twelve years later, a special agent for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement submitted an affidavit to the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin in support of a federal criminal complaint against Facio-Santos. It summarized what happened those many years ago in North Carolina.

“During the booking process, Facio-Santos admitted to being a citizen of Mexico and stated that he had entered the United States illegally in 2004 near Nogales, Arizona and had been residing in Charlotte, North Carolina since his illegal entry,” said the affidavit.

“Facio-Santos was released from custody and scheduled for an immigration hearing,” it said.

“On May 23, 2007, Facio-Santos failed to attend the Immigration Court hearing,” it said.

Where did he go? The government did not know.

But Facio-Santos was apparently not a perfect driver.

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8 Comments on Man Deported, Then Sold Heroin and Ran a Brothel in Milwaukee

  1. And his story is repeated hundreds of thousands of times every day. Here in Oregon the solution is to give Jose a driver’s license.




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  2. We need to call up that guy in the Philippines for advice. Doesn’t seem like we have what it takes to fix this shit.




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  3. @Tony R June 13, 2019 at 12:33 am

    > And his story is repeated hundreds of thousands of times every day. Here in Oregon the solution is to give Jose a driver’s license.

    That is interesting. When it becomes common knowledge that citizens and invaders exist under different rules, the solution is always to deny citizens the freedoms invaders enjoy.




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  4. He sure was an enterprising rascal! The creator of multiple businesses, just the kind of spirit we need from our new arrivals!




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  5. The government is only upset because his bordello didn’t pay taxes.
    Otherwise it’s all good.




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  6. International organizations are demanding border gates be left open so the migrants can enter and apparently we’re listening to them and complying.

    (one story among many: https://www.dailywire.com/news/48319/private-border-wall-builders-ordered-keep-gate-emily-zanotti)

    We’ve lost control of our borders with illegal migration setting new all time highs every month now.

    Losing control of our borders this way means we’ve lost control of our country as a sovereign and independent nation.

    But at least we’re giving some lip service to it in political circles, talking about it while doing nothing else, so I’m sure everything will turn out fine.




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