The disinformation campaign by the American media continues and shows no signs of even slowing down. What’s the most interesting part of the propaganda these days however is how the contents of posted articles on major news sites will contradict their titles time and time again.
This Mexican citizen had been given DACA status which was subsequently terminated as a result of actions of his own including being convicted of at least one drug charge (for certain at least two initial charges), and while awaiting an immigration hearing was convicted of another misdemeanor charge.
To me, this article proves a couple of things:
#1 – ICE and the US Government’s policies actually seemed to work well in this case; they were processing someone out of the country that couldn’t behave while on a temporary DACA status (is this not exactly what we want and what the rules are made for?)
2# – The fact that he was murdered by no doubt his own people and certainly in his own country proves that we need to enforce immigration policies now more than ever and also need to be MORE strict about them not LESS as this article seems to imply
3# – ICE DIDN’T RETURN HIM TO MEXICO. He returned himself, not only by – as the article states – CHOOSING to VOLUNTARILY depart, but also by violating the rules several times while under DACA status
What planet do we live on that the editor of this article not only contradicts his own title, but also believes that all the evidence put forth proves that the US should’ve allowed this man (yes, he’s a man, he was 19 – but reading the article’s title all you see is ‘teen’) to remain in the US? WHY? So he could violate more laws and eventually end up living on the tax payer’s dollar in an already overcrowded prison?
“Teen from Iowa killed after ICE returns him to Mexico”
“In April 2017, Cano Pacheco was arrested on a misdemeanor drug charge and was convicted about the same time on a second misdemeanor…”
“He was released from ICE custody after posting bond…”
“While waiting on an immigration hearing, Cano Pacheco was convicted of driving under the influence and another misdemeanor…”
“Cano Pacheco was not deported.”
“He opted for voluntary departure, which means he would not suffer the penalties of a formal deportation, such as being banned from legally returning to the United States for a period of years…”
“He requested and was granted voluntary departure on April 10…”
“…and was returned to Mexico at the border in Laredo, Texas, on April 24.”
“He went to the store at 5 p.m. on a Friday. Then he went missing.”