by Brian Hayes
A man convicted in the rape of a child under the age 14 and deported in February is back in a Kansas jail — caught in the same county just NINE DAYS after his removal to Mexico.
According to the Kansas Department of Corrections, Simon Rochel-Cervantes, 46, a citizen of Mexico, spent 7-years in the Ellsworth Correctional Facility for the rape and aggravated intimidation of a witness, as reported by IACR’s Dave Gibson.
He was released and deported on February 19. On March 5, he was found in Sedgwick County, according to a media release from the United State Attorney.
Rochel-Cervantes is charged with unlawfully re-entering the United States after being deported.
If convicted, he faces up to two years in federal prison and a fine up to $250,000. Immigration and Customs Enforcement HSI investigated.
It is difficult to think of a more clear example of how the United States needs a wall on its Southern Border than this one.