Illegal alien woman, 28, arrested for posing as 17-year-old student at Louisiana school
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Taco crimes
2023-06-14 22:20:56 UTC
Sterilize her and throw her back over the fucking border wall.
A mother and daughter were arrested in Louisiana this week for allegedly
using fraudulent paperwork to enroll the daughter, who is an adult, in a
high school near New Orleans, authorities said.

The mother, 46-year-old Marta Elizeth Serrano-Alvarado, and daughter, 28-
year-old Martha Jessenia Gutierrez-Serrano, face one count each of
injuring public records, according to the St. Charles Parish Sheriff's
Office. Conviction of the crime in the first degree can carry a prison
sentence of up to five years, and a fine of up to $5,000, according to the
Louisiana State Legislature. Conviction in the second degree can carry a
prison sentence of up to one year and a fine of up to $1,000.

Detectives arrested both women on Tuesday at their shared residence in
Boutte. The arrests came several weeks after authorities received a report
from officials at St. Charles Parish Public Schools about an adult
potentially attending Hahnville High School, which is also in Boutte,
during the 2022-23 academic year.

Administrators told the sheriff's office they had been given a tip
suggesting that a student, whose record indicated she was 17, was actually
an adult in her mid-20s. School officials notified the sheriff after
conducting an internal investigation. It is not clear how much contact
Gutierrez-Serrano may have had with other students at the school, CBS
affiliate WWL-TV reported.

The probe later conducted by detectives at the sheriff's office found that
Serrano-Alvarado had allegedly enrolled her daughter at Hahnville High
School using a fraudulent passport and birth certificate, the office said.
Authorities have asked anyone with information related to the
investigation to contact the special investigations division at St.
Charles Parish Sheriff's Office.

Dumb Coons
2023-06-19 00:34:17 UTC
All queers should be locked up and not permitted contact with
We have been discussing campaigns against Lincoln statues as well as the
destruction of such statues. The latest example is in Boise, Idaho where
former Boise State University adjunct professor Terry Wilson, 37, has been
arrested for defacing a Lincoln statue. He has previously served as a
spokesperson for Black Lives Matter in Boise. Both BLM and Antifa groups
were reportedly involved in the defacing of the statue.

While it is rare for academics to be involved in such destructive
protests, other professors have supported such criminal acts including
Professor Sarah Parchak at the University of Alabama who supplied
instructions on how to topple such monuments. As we have also previously
discussed, one professor called for more Trump supporters to be killed.
Another called for strangling police. Rhode Island Professor Erik Loomis,
who writes for the site Lawyers, Guns, and Money, said he saw “nothing
wrong” with the killing of a conservative protester — a view defended by
other academics.

According to the police report, “Seated Lincoln” was splattered with red
paint and feces. A Black Lives Matter flag was wrapped around its neck and
signs around the statue read, “Defund the police,” and, “The prison
industrial complex is modern day slavery.”

Wilson was identified by the police through “both physical and electronic
evidence.” When they approached Wilson with an arrest warrant, he
reportedly fled but was captured. The report states that he was “found to
be in possession of a firearm, marijuana and drug paraphernalia.”

Until December, Wilson worked as an adjunct professor at BSU. A graduated
of BSU’s School of Public Service, he taught University Foundations
general education courses at Boise State. He also maintained a Twitter
account Exegesis Joe that advocated for defunding the police and other

I have previously disagreed with the campaign to remove Lincoln statues.
However, we can have civil and productive debates about that history. That
type of passionate and informed debate is what defines our colleges and
universities as educational institutions. For that reason, it is
particularly distressing to see current or former academics supporting
these destructive protests.

For Wilson, he is now looking at an array of charges. Ordinarily, a
defense attorney would be looking for a plea bargain to drop the drug
counts in favor on a one or two count plea. It is not clear if Wilson
would accept such a plea which ordinarily involves an express apology and
acceptance of responsibility. Wilson’s Twitter account shows someone with
long stated and deeply seated views that may make such a public statement
more difficult for defense counsel to secure. It is possible to reach a
deal without such an admission, but it can reduce the inclination of the
court to sentence the client within the recommended range of the plea.