Saturday, April 23, 2011

Anchorage Police Officer Outed As Illegal Alien

A police officer, Rafael Mora-Lopez, in Anchorage, Alaska has been discovered to be an illegal alien. Mora-Lopez status was discovered when he renewed his passport. Yes. He was ablr to get a passport the first time. It is astounding that Rafael Mora-Lopez must have passed a background check in order to become a police officer. This should highlight the dangers of failing to thoroughly vett our public servants. Presidents are not current required to undergo a background check or present any documents as proof of citizenship of legal status. If the mainstream media and the candidate's political party fail to vet a presidential candidate, an illegal alien, non citizen or non natural-born citizen could be elected as our Commander-in-Chief. Hmm...
ANCHORAGE, Alaska – For years, the man known as Rafael Espinoza was widely respected as an exemplary police officer who was popular among his peers in Alaska's largest city.

All that ended this week when authorities discovered he was really Mexican national Rafael Mora-Lopez, who was in the U.S. illegally and stole another man's identity, officials charged.
This isn't the first time this has happened.
The passport fraud case is similar to one involving a Mexican national who took the identity of a dead cousin who was a U.S. citizen in order to become a Milwaukee police officer. Oscar Ayala-Cornejo was deported to Mexico in 2007.
Has a non citizen ever been on a state's presidential ballot? Yes.
* Róger Calero (born 1969) was born in Nicaragua and ran as the Socialist Worker's Party presidential candidate in 2004 and 2008. In 2008, Calero appeared on the ballot in Delaware, Minnesota, New Jersey, New York and Vermont.[50]
Is Róger Calero a citizen? No.
Calero was born in Nicaragua in 1969. He and his family fled via Los Angeles, California in 1985. Calero has been a lawful permanent resident of the United States (holding a green card) since 1990. While in Los Angeles, Calero joined a socialist movement and helped mobilize support against Proposition 187 in the early 90s.[2]
Now you can see why we need laws such as the so-called "Birther" bill Arizona's Jan Brewer recently vetoed.

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