Execution-style shooting of his aunt and teenage cousin at a church

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    February 13, 2009

    ICE and U.S. Marshals capture 2 fleeing foreign murder suspects
    1 target suspected of gunning down his aunt and teenage cousin at church

    LOS ANGELES - A Mexican national wanted in his native country for the execution-style shooting of his aunt and teenage cousin at a church is one of two foreign murder suspects captured in the last two weeks by enforcement teams headed by Los Angeles-based officers from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and the U.S. Marshals Service.

    Juan Alvarado-Gutierrez, 33, was turned over to representatives from the Mexican Attorney General's Office at the border crossing in San Ysidro, Calif., this morning amid tight security. His repatriation comes two days after his arrest on administrative immigration violations in Santa Rosa, Calif. The murder suspect, who used several aliases, is wanted in Mexico for the November 2002 slaying of his aunt and cousin during a religious service in the town of Ojo de Agua in the Mexican state of Guanajuato.

    According to the Mexican murder warrant, the two victims, Apolonia Ramirez-Hernandez, 45, and her 14-year-old daughter, Maria Isabel Alvarado-Ramirez, encountered the suspect while attending church. Witnesses say the mother complained to the suspect about his aggressive behavior toward her daughter. At which point, Alvarado reportedly replied, "I won't do that again," and drew a 9 mm pistol from his waistband, shooting both victims in the head at point-blank range.

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    Just one illegal alien costs the taxpayers a fortune to capture, hospitalized overnight, treat, emergency ambulance cost, process, transportation to deport, hold in jail waiting deportation, using our tax funded Border Patrol. No doubt, the perp will try the same thing again next week, costing the U.S. more money. When does the madness end?

    http://www.cbp.gov/xp/cgov/newsroom/news_releases/03032009_3.xml

    "Border Patrol Agents Rescue Subject from Rio Grande River"

    March 03, 2009

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    McAllen, Texas - Early morning, U.S. Border Patrol rescued a subject in distress. The subject had leapt into the Rio Grande River to avoid apprehension for illegally entering the United States the agents pulled him ashore with a makeshift pole preventing a potential drowning . The subject was transported to the Hospital by EMS, upon his release he will be deported. Report any suspicious activity to Rio Grande Valley Border Patrol, toll free, 1-800-863-9382.
     

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