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An illegal alien twice deported by the U.S. “hit the jackpot” on his third try, gaining a job paying $44,000 a year and a federal loan helping him to buy a home in North Carolina.
Now, the 24-year-old Mexican is accused of terrorizing American women, as authorities believe he committed up to nine rapes in addition to other crimes.
According to the Greensboro News and Record, Gilberto Cruz Hernandez of Mexico was caught and ousted from the United States twice, but was able to gain entry a third time, and secure employment with a printing company in North Carolina’s Piedmont area.
Ironically, “the same federal government that twice deported him put its financial might behind a $123,000 Federal Housing Administration loan that allowed him to buy a brand-new house in Winston-Salem,” the paper notes.
And even though he was ticketed 11 times for speeding and other driving infractions, none of the stops resulted in his detention as an illegal alien, a prior deportee or a potential threat to public safety.
(Posted on December 12, 2005)