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Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Man, 35, deported back to Mexico four times arrested in Texas 'after breaking into home to molest nine-year-old girl'




This is the kind of crap that infuriates me. I've lost count of similar stories many leading to the murder of Americans. I know the odds are not good but the parents of this little girl should sue the government for failure to protect its citizens by not securing the border. Don’t hold your breath waiting for Barry to file adoption papers for her like he did Trayvon.

As a result of lax border security, deported 4 times, he's now headed for the slammer... who's paying for his incarceration? It damn sure ain't Mexico!

Bottom line. It's harder to get into a night club in Miami than for an illegal to get into the United States.

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Mexican national Israel Andrade allegedly broke into a Springtown, Texas home early Saturday morning
Police said he groped the girl and stole her underpants

Immigration records show he's been repeatedly deported from the US in 2003, 2004, 2009 and 2010
Local police are calling for better border control to ensure those deported can't get back into the country


By Rosemarie Lentini

Published: 09:07 EST, 14 July 2014 | Updated: 09:23 EST, 14 July 2014

A Mexican national deported from the US four times has been arrested in Texas for allegedly molesting a nine-year-old girl and stealing her underpants. 


Israel Andrade, 35, allegedly broke into the Springtown home early Saturday morning and groped the girl in her sleep, before motioning for her to join him in a bedroom. 


Andrade's arrest and the multiple failed attempts to keep him out of the country has sparked calls for tighter security at the US-Mexico border, with local sheriffs peititoning the federal government for more resources.



Charged: Mexican national Israel Andrade, 35 (pictured), was arrested for allegedly breaking into a Texas home Saturday morning and molesting a little girl before fleeing with stolen goods



CBS reported the girl told Parker County Sheriff’s deputies she was roused from sleep by a man groping her private areas. She had been sleeping on the couch with her siblings. 


She said the man, who spoke in broken English, beckoned her to follow him into a bedroom where he broke into the home. He fled when the girl ran screaming to her parents' room. 


According to CBS, the girl's mother was forced to drive to a convenience store to call police as the suspect allegedly stole the family's cell phones and computer. 


Investigators found Andrade at a relative’s house about a mile away, where he'd been staying for about 30 days after returning from Mexico. Police said he was found sleeping on one of the stolen phones.

Scene: Israel Andrade, 35 (top right corner) is accused of breaking into a home in Springtown, Texas and assaulting a little girl



According to Dallas News, police also found two pairs of the child’s underpants stuffed in the suspect's jeans and a pair of tennis shoes with a tread pattern matching footprints at the girl's home. 


Andrade was charged with burglary of a habitation with intent to commit another felony, indecency with a child by sexual contact - a first-degree felony.

Immigration and Naturalization Service records obtained by the sheriff's office found Andrade had been deported from the US in July 2003, February 2004, September 2009 and December 2010

Parker County Sheriff Larry Fowler said Andrade's deportation history proved the need for tighter security along the southern border.


'Our border Sheriffs and the Texas Department of Public Safety are doing a phenomenal job with the current laws and available resources,' Fowler said in a statement.

'Yet our Federal Government needs to step forward and aid us in enforcing the laws on our southern border. This type of injustice cannot be allowed to pass by for a sixth time.

'How long will we have to tolerate this type of injustice? It is time for American citizens to make a stand and begin petitioning for tighter security at our borders in order to protect our citizens.'






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