by Worthington Daily Globe
May 21, 2012 at 3:58 pm in Worthington Daily Globe
WORTHINGTON A man who told authorities he came to Worthington in 2004 and bought an identity is facing two felony-level perjury charges for using the false information in court. Continue Reading
Tags: charged, Crime, perjury, worthington 4 Comments »
I’d bet that he will get a stayed sentence, probabtion and will be in trouble again within a year…….
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So, what else is new? I’d venture to say that 85% of the immigrants here entered this country illegally at some point in time!
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So we keep giving him more chances. Time to deport him back to Guatemala.
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This guy’s luck simply ran out! Had he stayed ‘below the radar’ he’d probably not be in jail. If only he’d kept his nose clean, but obviously he wasn’t capable of that. Instead, he chose to drive without a license, drink and drive, etc. What is stunning about this case is that the authorities had 8 opportunities to uncover this identity theft – dating back to 2005! Who dropped the ball? Surely the technology existed “way back then” to root out cases like this. The Swift raid, for one, uncovered multiple cases of identity theft, shared SSN numbers, etc. The authorities share some of the responsibility for not finding this guy sooner.
Who knows what will happen to this guy?! The tragedy here is that his innocent family members will suffer for the poor choices he made.
And, Deano, where did you come up with that “85% illegal” number?
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