Border Patrol Stunned After Seeing Whose Identity This Illegal Alien Had Stolen

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by Brian Hayes | Top Right News

Border Patrol agents doing a routine check on a bus full of potentially illegal aliens couldn’t believe their eyes when one illegal handed them his ID.

At the Falfurrias, Texas checkpoint, agents did a double-take as the Houston-bound passenger handed the agents credentials that said he was a 34-year-old Edinberg resident named David and included a social security number and birth certificate.

But they knew the illegal was using stolen identity, because they knew darn well who the real “David” was — he was a fellow Border Patrol agent assigned to the Falfurrias sector.

Totally insane.

Conservative Post reports:

After realizing that the illegal alien had false records, they took him to the local border patrol station for questioning where he finally admitted that he was actually 24-year-old Orlando Castaneda-Diaz, a citizen of Mexico who crossed the border illegally on Apr. 12.

So, where in the world did this guy obtain a border patrol agent’s complete identity? Apparently, for the mere sum of $2,000, he bought it from an identity dealer in Matamoros, Mexico.

After his admission, the illegal, identity-stealing alien was arrested and agents contacted the U.S. State Department’s Diplomatic Security Bureau due to the circumstances.

Castanada-Diaz was charged with making a false claim to U.S. citizenship and was scheduled for a hearing this week.

Hopefully, President Obama doesn’t get wind of the man’s situation, or he might be offered welfare, free college and a luxury apartment before he’s scheduled for deportation because, well, that’s how the Obama administration rolls.

Indeed, that is true. But what should scare most Americans is that: if illegal aliens — right now — are becoming so brazen as to steal the identities of border patrol agents and pass them off like it’s no big deal, can you imagine just how bad this situation is going to be if Obama gets his way and executive amnesty is launched in full?


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