Daily Beast Propaganda: “Mom Deported Because She Didn’t Change Lanes”

MOM HAD TO GO BACK.

Beatriz del Carmen Morelos Barajas was in the United States illegally. The law says that she is subject to deportation. She would have known that. It’s a risk she took. The fact that she dropped four sprogs in the United States is irrelevant. They can go live with her in Mexico if they want.

Daily Beast

The moment that would forever change the lives of Beatriz Morelos, her husband, and their four children came just after noon on July 23, as she drove from work to their home in Painesville, Ohio.
The 33-year-old mother of three girls and a boy was traveling along Interstate 77 when she failed to put an entire lane between her vehicle and an Ohio State Highway Patrol cruiser parked on the shoulder.

Trooper Scott Boyle of the Ohio Patrol, who had graduated from the academy just four months before, responded with a rookie’s zeal and pulled her over. He issued her summons #OHP280747072320171314 for violation of Section 4511.213 of state vehicular law, which requires motorists to “change lanes into a lane that is not adjacent to that of a stationary public safety vehicle.”

That would have been that, but Morelos was an undocumented immigrant. And in Ohio that meant she had been unable to obtain a driver’s license. Boyle arrested her for violation of Section 4510.12, which states that no person “shall operate any motor vehicle upon a public road or highway or any public or private property used by the public for purposes of vehicular travel or parking in this state unless the person has a valid driver’s license.”

At 1:15 p.m. the following day, Morelos appeared in Painesville Municipal Court. She pleaded guilty to both charges and was fined $100, along with a list of other costs, including $5 for “legal research,” $15 in “sheriff fees,” and $8 for “special projects.” The total came to $250, and she would have only needed to pay it to return to the modest apartment complex where she lived with her family.

But a computer check had shown that she had been detained in Nogales, Arizona, while illegally crossing the border from Mexico to the United States back in 2000. She had been returned to Mexico in 2001 but soon after had crossed the border again and eventually settled in Painesville. She married David Casillas, who is residing legally in the U.S. on a work visa. Their four children were all American born and are now aged 3 to 13.

LEGALLY, ONLY THE MOM IS NOT AMERICAN.

For 16 years, Morelos and her husband had worked manual jobs that her lawyer, Elizabeth Ford, describes as tasks most Americans would not want to do. Her record shows no encounters with the police other than the traffic stop late last month.

None of that mattered. The Ohio authorities notified ICE, which took Morelos into custody. Morelos, who is also known as Beatriz del Carmen Morelos Barajas, was lodged in the ICE holding facility at the Seneca County jail in Tiffin, Ohio, a two-and-a-half-hour drive from Painesville.

“On July 24, Beatriz del Carmen Morelos Barajas, an illegally present citizen of Mexico, was arrested by U.S. immigration authorities, following her local arrest in Paynesville, Ohio,” ICE reported in a statement. “Morelos was previously removed from the United States in 2001. ICE has reinstated her previously issued final order of removal, and she will remain in agency custody pending removal from the U.S.”

The reinstatement of the 2001 order meant Morelos would be deported without any further legal proceedings.

“No judge, no case heard,” the attorney, Ford, said.

To make her plight a total nightmare, Morelos was slated to be sent across the border at Nuevo Laredo in the Mexican state of Tamaulipas. The area is so dangerous that the U.S. State Department has posted an advisory against venturing there.

The nice Mexican lady is back in Mexico, where her husband drove to be with her. The rest of the long propaganda piece at the Daily Beast provides details about how dangerous and horrible Mexico is. Why, it’s downright mean of America to send these poor innocent moms back. That’s the propaganda spiel anyway.

Since Beatriz is a nice lady maybe she can work in Mexico toward stopping the crime and violence. In other words, maybe she can:

MAKE MEXICO GREAT AGAIN!

8 thoughts on “Daily Beast Propaganda: “Mom Deported Because She Didn’t Change Lanes”

  1. YES! Good job Ohio! I see this all the time ..Mexicans with no less then 4 brats shopping using their SNAP cards then getting into their brand new $40,000 truck! These illegals know they get free food free healthcare free schooling it’s good to be illegal in the USA..and whoever they work for instructs them on how to screw the system they NEVER paid into! Get out and take your “dreamers” with you cause they will cost us too since dreamer means U.S citizens get to pay for your college! Our country is a disaster for real working citizens…

    • Here in the little town where I live, there’s a food bank. Most of the clients are Mexicans. They get free food there. Sometimes I find it in the dumpster of my apt complex. I take it out as I hate to see food go to waste.

      • Same thing in Florida they go to all food banks! Here’s one for you ….during the BP disaster,BP had to pay out for people in Florida who’s jobs were affected by the oil spill..we were in the hospitality business and all the illegals knew about this scam ..real citizens found out about it from them.. we went to the office and bus loads of Mexicans would fill the office ..because they had Mexican complaint case workers ..well you can guess the rest!

  2. This story was on our local news here in the great state of Ohio. I have a question for everyone: according to the story, the Latrino was picked up coming home from HER WORK! How in the FUCK does a company hire an illegal spick and get away with it? There was no mention of her employer being in trouble. Oh, and I don’t give a rats ass if she doing a job Americans won’t do-kiss my ass.

  3. “That would have been that, but Morelos was an undocumented immigrant.”

    Which also happens to be a violation of law, just like not changing lanes.

    “For 16 years, Morelos and her husband had worked manual jobs that her lawyer, Elizabeth Ford, describes as tasks most Americans would not want to do.”

    – for $7 an hour. They always seem to leave that part out.

    “Her record shows no encounters with the police other than the traffic stop late last month.

    None of that mattered.”

    No, it doesn’t. Why should it?

    “The area is so dangerous that the U.S. State Department has posted an advisory against venturing there.”

    Because of course, it is full of Mexicans. Nice twist on the “they only come here for a better life” shtick. Then her brood comes of age and turns our home into a Mexican toilet like the one she escaped from.

    ““No judge, no case heard,” the attorney, Ford, said.”

    Since when do illegal aliens have constitutional rights? I must have missed that amendment. As well, the U.S. government doesn’t apply constitutional rights when they are torturing Arabs on behalf of Israel, so I would think that they should at least be consistent

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