Evidently one of the jobs we need illegals for is rape because no American is willing to do it. I can’t think of any other reason why we didn’t deport him for a sixth time, considering his long criminal record for rape. Nicondemo Coria-Gonzales was arrested for the third time for driving while intoxicated. In July of 2015, the DOJ decided not to prosecute him and ICE deported him again. By this time, it was apparent that deportation was not the answer with Coria-Gonzales.
The DOJ claimed they didn’t have his complete record at the time. But Deputy Assistant Secretary/Deputy Director of ICE Alonzo Peña said that ICE had sent the DOJ his complete records and if they didn’t have them they could have and would have asked for them. He also said that ICE had requested the prosecution as the only way to keep him off the streets. Shortly after ICE deported him the last time, Coria-Gonzales returned and began to serially assault women both physically and sexually.
Coria-Gonzales attacked a total of ten women including one he tried to set fire to.
Peña expressed frustration with the open border that allows deported criminals to return at will. He said the Coria-Gonzales case shows “just how easy it is to come back across the border. People can move across as freely as they want. That is what really troubles me.”Director Peña currently serves as president and founder of DMEP Strategic Consultants, and now provides security services to companies and governments in Mexico and Central America.
Breitbart Texas reached out to U.S. Attorney Richard Drubin, Jr., to find out why this prosecution was declined. “In July 2015, this office declined to file charges against Coria-Gonzales for illegal reentry,” Durbin confirmed in a written response to Breitbart Texas’ questions. “Based on the information presented regarding his criminal history at the time, which was incomplete, the office determined that removing him promptly from the United States was the preferable to prosecuting him to secure a relatively short prison sentence.”
But Pena says that isn’t so:
“ICE did its job. If they needed or wanted more information, they would ask for it,”