Friday, January 28, 2011

Inocente Monroy Alcantara sent to prison for stealing Marine's identity

Posted By on Fri, Jan 28, 2011 at 11:00 AM

click to enlarge If only this 1987 Cheech romp were required viewing, we could solve the immigration debate tonight.
  • If only this 1987 Cheech romp were required viewing, we could solve the immigration debate tonight.

Poor Inocente Monroy Alcantara. With a first name like that, you now he's going to have to hear the same joke over and over again in prison. Because he's totally not innocent! Get it? Hello? (tap, tap) Is this thing on?

Fine.

Alcantara, 26, a Mexican national who's illegally in the United States has been sentenced to a year in federal prison for using a stolen identity to work at an Arkansas City, Kansas, meatpacking plant. We can all understand Alcantara's desire to stay in a meatpacking plant. They're wonderlands.



Unfortunately, not only did he steal an identity but he also stole that of a U.S. Marine. The Marine, stationed overseas at the time, came home to a lot of angry creditors asking about money he never spent. The Marine asked that his name not be publicized.

Once Alcantara finishes his prison term, he faces automatic deportation back to Mexico. 

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