If there was ever a case that argues for DNA testing in family reunification this is it!
But, of course that much anticipated DNA testing isn’t happening yet in a big way because the “human rights” agitators scream bloody murder about it and the US State Department bows to their wishes.
From 9News in Denver * (hat tip: a friend from Tennessee):
ARAPAHOE COUNTY – The 9Wants to Know investigators have learned U.S. Federal agents arrested a man who they believe is a war criminal from Ethiopia convicted of killing 101 people and torturing many others.
Kefelegn Alemu Worku went by the name Tufa or Habteab Berhe Temanu, according to federal agents and federal court documents reviewed by 9Wants to Know. Immigration Customs Enforcement arrested Worku was arrested Aug. 24, but news of his arrest wasn’t immediately made public.
ICE agents allege Worku stole an identity and forged his citizenship application to be able to get into the United States. Federal prosecutors charged him with unlawful procurement of citizenship or naturalization and aggravated identity theft. If convicted he could be sentenced to 10 years in prison. It’s not clear whether he could be deported back to Ethiopia. [Of course not! We will just get to support him for the rest of his life!—ed]
Refugee ‘children’ figured their own dad was too infirm to make it to America, so they swapped him out for a war criminal instead. Hmmmm…. so who says the ‘kids’ are even related?
Customs agents discovered Worku used a fraudulent name to immigrate to the United States on July 12, 2004 as a refugee along with four children to live with a fifth child already in the United States.
When agents interviewed the unnamed, fifth child they say he admitted his real father wasn’t mentally or physically able to immigrate to the United States. The children were worried their father’s health would jeopardize their changes [chances] of immigrating to the United States so they recruited Worku to assume the identity of their father in the refugee process.
* What is up with Denver? Earlier this year we had the Uzbek “refugee” terror arrest there. But, it’s not the only city to be lucky enough to get refugee war criminals and the opportunity to host an expensive trial. Concord, NH had a multimillion dollar Rwandan “refugee” war criminal trial back in the spring, here.
Want some quick facts about refugee resettlement in Colorado? Go here to the official site at the Colorado Department of Human Services where we learned, among other things, that CO would be getting 2000 new refugees this year.
Here is one question/answer that should be of interest (and should scare the c*** out of you):
Are refugees screened for security and health issues?
Refugees undergo a comprehensive screening for security and health issues. They are perhaps the most heavily screened group allowed to enter the U.S. from a foreign country. In fact, most refugees must wait months for final clearance to be admitted because of the rigorous process they must undergo to assure their identity and protect the citizens of the U.S. from any security risk.