World Net Daily did a centerpiece story on Border Patrol Agent Noe Aleman and linked to Noe Aleman's website several times. Hell, they even used the picture I took of him in Washington DC.
WND covered the travesty of his case and compared it to that of Agents Ramos and Compean and the fact that US Attorney Johnny Sutton and Judge Kathleen Cardone were involved in both cases.
Noe heads to jail on Monday morning, June 11, 2007. Please take the time to head to the Noe Aleman website and make a donation to support his family while he is away. They are in danger of losing their house.
... the earlier "miscarriage" of justice happened in 2004, when Aleman, a senior patrol agent, notified authorities of a typographical error on an I-94 immigration visa form while he was in the process of adopting as his daughters his wife's nieces.
The organization said Noe and Isabel Aleman were granted unconditional adoption of Saida, Yessica and Azucena, Mrs. Aleman's nieces, in the El Paso courtroom of Judge Patricia Macias on April 12, 2004, and the couple picked up the children at the El Paso Port of Entry with Juarez, took them home and enrolled them in school.
When following up on some later paperwork, Aleman was surprised to see the children had been allowed into the United States on a document allowing only one business day, instead of the standard 90-day allowance.
But when the Alemans later were told their visa had been approved, Aleman was arrested when he arrived to pick it up and charged with harboring illegal aliens, and their three daughters were taken into custody by the government, later to be deported...
Don't forget to go help out the family over at the Noe Aleman website.