Jose Guadalupe Ramirez-Ambriz, 38, is currently wanted on multiple counts of first-degree statutory sex offense with a child under the age of 13 and indecent liberties with a minor. He is currently on the run, and investigators with the Alamance County Sheriff’s Office (ACSO) and the U.S. Marshals’ Fugitive Task Force are searching for the illegal alien.
The Times-News reported:
According to the Sheriff’s Office, detectives initiated an investigation after receiving a report from the Alamance County Department of Social Services. The report came after the DSS received information about the alleged offenses from a school counselor. The alleged victim is a female younger than 13.
As with all crimes committed by illegal aliens, this latest tragedy was 100 percent preventable.
However, this one is doubly maddening due to the fact that U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) actually had Ramirez-Ambriz in custody and released him, apparently at the request of an illegal alien advocacy group known as the North Carolina Immigrant Rights Project (NCIRP).
Recently, Alamance County Attorney Clyde Albright sent a memo to county commissioners, detailing the apparent influence the NCIRP has over ICE…
On July 24, 2011, Ramirez-Ambriz was arrested by deputies with the Alamance County Sheriff’s Office (ACSO) and charged with a DUI. He was booked into the Alamance County Jail on that same day, with an immigration detainer in place.
On August 9, 2011, ICE picked up Ramirez-Ambriz and transported him to their facility in Gainesville, GA.
Prosecutors in Alamance County only agreed to drop the charges against Ramirez-Ambriz because they were told he was being deported.
Then, sometime after April 26, 2012, ICE released Ramirez-Ambriz, despite the fact that he had 3 DUIs in North Carolina, alone, as well as a criminal record in both Utah and Oregon.
So, why did they release him?
Because attorney Marty Rosenbluth, who runs the NCIRP, asked them to exercise the Obama administration’s policy of “prosecutorial discretion,” as Rosenbluth claimed that the Mexican national’s removal “would not serve any interests of the United States.”
Rosenbluth was also concerned that if Ramirez-Ambriz and his girlfriend (who was arrested with him) were deported, their four children might not “be able to adapt, as they have never been outside of the U.S. They are also concerned that they will not be able to afford adequate healthcare due to the low wages and high unemployment in Mexico.”
Sometime after Rosenbluth sent this letter to Alfie Owens, Chief Counsel with ICE, Ramirez-Ambriz was released from ICE custody.
On February 26, 2013, ACSO detectives began an investigation after a school counselor reported the sexual abuse of a young girl, allegedly committed by Ramirez-Ambriz.
Unfortuntaley, the Mexican national has fled the area and investigators believe he may be headed back across the border.
Ramirez-Ambriz’s last known address was on Calloway Drive in Mebane. He also uses the aliases Jose Ramires and Jose Guadalupe.
What role did Obama’s Department of Justice (DOJ) play in this predator’s release?
In 2012, the Special Litigation Section of the Civil Rights Division of the DOJ began an investigation of the Alamance County Sheriff’s Office (ACSO), accusing Sheriff Terry Johnson of “racial profiling” and “discrimination” against unlicensed Latino drivers.
Basically, the DOJ was upset that ACSO deputies were discovering large numbers of illegal aliens from Mexico in their county, and rightly identifying some of them for deportation.
In a September 2012 press release, U.S. Assistant Attorney General Thomas Perez [I’m sure ther’s no conflict of interest-Roger] stated:
The Alamance County Sheriff’s Office’s egregious pattern of racial profiling violates the Constitution and federal laws, creates distrust between the police and the community, and inhibits the reporting of crime and cooperation in criminal investigation. Constitutional policing and effective law enforcement go hand-in-hand. We hope to resolve the concerns outlined in our findings by working collaboratively with ACSO, but we will not hesitate to take appropriate legal action if ACSO chooses a different course.
Among other allegations against ACSO deputies, Perez claimed:
• A study of ACSO’s traffic stops on three major county roadways found that deputies were between four and 10 times more likely to stop Latino drivers than non-Latino drivers.
• ACSO uses jail booking and detention practices, including practices related to immigration status checks, that discriminate against Latinos.
Now for some facts…
During 2011, ACSO deputies made 3,696 traffic stops, and of those, only 466 (12.6 percent) involved “Spanish-speaking drivers,” according to ACSO data.
Furthermore, those same traffic stops resulted in the arrest of only 1.7 percent of “Spanish-speaking drivers.”
This, though the DOJ claimed that ACSO deputies “were between four and 10 times more likely to stop Latino drivers than non-Latino drivers.”
In his recently released memo to county commissioners, Alamance County Attorney Clyde Albright stated: “The DOJ apparently is relying on witness statements procured by Fairness Alamance based upon promises of deferred action.”
The DOJ investigation remains open, and though Sheriff Johnson has denied any wrongdoing by his deputies, he has fully cooperated with what appears to be nothing more than yet another Obama/Holder witch hunt.
On February 2, Sheriff Johnson suffered a heart attack and only recently returned to work on a full-time basis.
In conclusion, a criminal alien has been released and is still on the loose, a young girl has been robbed of her innocence, a good law enforcement officer’s reputation has been attacked, and the man behind it all, Thomas Perez, has been promoted to Obama’s Secretary of Labor.
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