Cuban refugee charged in sex crime

This is just one more crime story involving a refugee—a Cuban this time.  But, I’m posting it because we often forget that we are still admitting thousands upon thousands of so-called “refugees” from Cuba each year.  As a matter of fact, according to the 2005 Annual Report to Congress, here, in the year this guy got in, he came with 21,419 other Cubans.  All of them are here legally and are allowed to work and apply for welfare benefits.

Here is the story from Lubbock, TX:

The arrest warrant of a former Frenship ISD custodian who was charged with sexual assault confirmed his status as a Cuban national and refugee in this country.

Marcelo Salas is being held at the Lubbock County Detention Center on one count of sexual assault, two counts of assault and one count of disorderly conduct.

The arrest warrant filed by FISD Detective Rosanna Langston on April 20 briefly described Salas’ immigration status.

Rhonda Dillard, director of human resources for FISD, told Langston that Salas is a Cuban national, according to the warrant. At that point, Langston contacted Border Patrol Agent John Parum, who confirmed Salas’ nationality and added he was a refugee as of April 2005.

What do you think the odds are that he will be shipped back to Cuba?  Zip, zero, nada!

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