Guest Post by Bright Start News
Illegal alien “dreamer” Luis Ugalde-Pacheco, now 28, has been deported back to Mexico, a country he hasn’t lived in since he came the US illegally with his father at the age of 7.
Typically, we have sympathy for children who are brought here by their parents. They didn’t make the decision to break the law. Their illegal alien relatives did.
That said, our sympathy ends with a “dreamer” who becomes an adult who can make their own decisions, and decides to attack women. Luis served a felony conviction for threatening a woman with a gun before shoving her.
From the clearly sympathetic Chicago Tribune:
In March, he was placed into the custody of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, which began deportation proceedings. That was after he completed a two-year prison sentence for felony convictions of intimidation and aggravated battery for threatening and pushing a woman.
Buried at the bottom of the article there’s more info on what this budding young criminal did to earn his convictions.
His current legal troubles started in May 2017 when he was charged in a domestic violence case involving a female relative. She obtained an order of protection against Ugalde-Pacheco in Will County, and he was later charged with violating the order by sending her a text message, according to court records.
But that wasn’t why he was in prison. That was for a DIFFERENT domestic violence incident with yet another woman.
Ugalde-Pacheco’s later stint in prison resulted from different domestic violence allegations from March 2018 involving another woman. She, too, sought an order of protection against Ugalde-Pacheco, and he was later charged with violating that order by texting her a photo, according to court records.
On Aug. 20, 2018, Ugalde-Pacheco pleaded guilty to felony charges of intimidation and aggravated battery, records show. He admitted to following the woman to her job, showing her a gun, threatening to shoot her if she called police and pushing her, according to court records.
As his deportation loomed, his loved ones worried about whether he will have access to medical treatment in Mexico — and whether they’ll ever see him again.
“I think everyone deserves a chance to … stay here,” Arriaga said, “the chance to live.”
He will get that chance…in Mexico. Meanwhile, the women who needed to file orders of protection against Luis, will continue to be protected from him. That is, until Luis sneaks right back across Pelosi-McConnell’s open border.
Of course his lawyer, Amina Najib, blames Trump for the deportation:
Najib said she thinks Ugalde-Pacheco’s case is a direct result of President Donald Trump’s immigration policies, which give officials little room to exercise discretion when deciding if someone should be allowed to stay in the country.
Trump made him attack a woman after threatening her with a gun.
Is there anything this President can’t do?