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New England State Wants Justice, not Deportation for Rape Suspect
By Marty Lich
May 14, 2005 - 9:10:00 PM

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I understand that the following: "Illegal alien indicted for child rape," is strictly a cultural item and not a social issue as far as Latin American males are concerned. I am aware of, and open to considerations of cultural differences and the acceptance of such. However, I draw the line at animal and child abuse. I also understand that the problem of illegal immigration across Mexico’s borders is impacting the New England states now. Just as I predicted when I heard from Mr. J. Connors, ( your local Maine LULAC regional director. Once the "Race Card," regardless of what race it is, comes into play, the issue exists already.

Read the following if you haven’t already and then decide what is acceptable cultural differences to you and what is not. Framingham understandably wants justice for the eleven year old girl, thus attempting to prevent the pending deportation of Luciano Souza.

Be advised while mulling this over, that the costs of justice do not come cheaply for any American taxpayers. The national average of tax money spent annually per inmate in state prisons is $26,000. There is a higher per inmate price tag for containment in our federal penitentiaries.

How many more do you ‘house’ at your expense? Inmates contained because of our government's failure to secure American borders. Even if securing them means only safeguarding against future problematic cultural acts.  Acts that are accepted in other nations and just not accepted, culturally speaking, in the United States.

Then think about who is paying in the end.  Besides the little 11 year old New England girl.

Illegal alien indicted for child rape

By Norman Miller / Daily News Staff
Saturday, May 14, 2005

A Framingham man accused of raping an 11-year-old girl in his home earlier this year was indicted by a Middlesex County grand jury for the assault.

A spokeswoman for the Middlesex District Attorney's office said Luciano Souza, 48, of Elm Street, was charged with one count of child rape. No superior court arraignment date has been set.

Souza has been in custody since his arrest. He is accused of raping the girl sometime prior to April 7 in his apartment.

During a hearing in Framingham District Court, prosecutors requested $100,000 bail for Souza. Prosecutor Deb Bercovitch said she was worried that if Souza made bail, he would be deported by federal authorities.

Souza is an illegal immigrant from Brazil, who came to the United States by crossing the Mexican border. He has lived in Massachusetts for five years.

Bail was set at $50,000.

The Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency has started proceedings to deport Souza.

Souza is accused of raping the 11-year-old girl in his Elm Street home sometime before April 7. According to court records, Souza was giving a massage to the girl and then raped her.

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State wants justice, not deportation for rape suspect
By David McLaughlin / Daily News Staff
Wednesday, April 13, 2005

FRAMINGHAM -- Prosecutors fear that if an accused Framingham rapist makes
bail, the federal government will deport him before they can bring justice
to his 11-year-old alleged victim. Assistant District Attorney Deb
Bercovitch yesterday requested a $100,000 cash bail.

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