The murder of a twelve-year old girl in Tacoma
, apparently by a registered sex offender from a foreign country
raises the question: can the Federal Government deport anybody?
It`s all right to talk about people in the shadows, and "We can`t deport them all,"
but a registered sex offender is not in any shadows at all, and ought to be first in line for deportation. Michelle Malkin has details here, continually updated:[Bloody consequences of open borders: The kidnapping and murder of Zina Linnik
July 13, 2007] Soundpolitics.com finds
that the suspect, 42-year-old Terapon Dang Adhahn,, who
1990, he was charged with violently raping a 16-year-old relative, according to court records. He pleaded guilty to a lesser charge of first-degree incest in exchange for completing 60 months of sexual-deviancy counseling.
is not only a registered sex offender, he`s also registered