Illegal alien child-rape suspect was actually released by ICE in 2011

The information below comes from an article at the Examiner.com and the websites of NC Immigrant Rights Project and El Centro Hispano.  I was surprised to read that the  Durham Partnership for Children is one of the agencies sponsoring these organizations. I would suggest that the organizations and universities supporting these groups consider donating some financial aid to help the children impacted by their “support”.

David DeGerolamo

Point 1:

The North Carolina Immigrant Rights Project (NC-IRP) is working to protect the rights of undocumented immigrants which have been put at risk by the various cooperation programs between local law enforcement agencies and Immigration and Customs Enforcement which have led to racial profiling. NC-IRP works toward this goal by representing individuals in the immigration courts on a pro bono basis, as well as organizing and educating against these programs.

Point 2:

Jose Guadalupe Ramirez-Ambriz

Jose Guadalupe Ramirez-Ambriz, 38, is currently wanted on multiple counts of first-degree statutory sex offense with a child under age 13 and indecent liberties with a minor. He is currently on the run and investigators with the Alamance County Sheriff’s Office (ACSO) and the U.S. Marshals’ Fugitive Task Force are searching for the illegal alien.

The Times-News reported:

According to the Sheriff’s Office, detectives initiated an investigation after receiving a report from the Alamance County Department of Social Services. The report came after the DSS received information about the alleged offenses from a school counselor. The alleged victim is a female younger than 13.

As with all crimes committed by illegal aliens, this latest tragedy was 100 percent preventable.

However, this one is doubly maddening due to the fact that U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) actually had Ramirez-Ambriz in custody and released him, apparently at the request of an illegal alien advocacy group known as the North Carolina Immigrant Rights Project (NCIRP).

Point 3:

So, why did they [ICE] release him?

Because attorney Marty Rosenbluth, who runs the NCIRP, asked them to exercise the Obama administration’s policy of “prosecutorial discretion,” as Rosenbluth claimed that the Mexican national’s removal “would not serve any interests of the United States.”

Rosenbluth was also concerned that if Ramirez-Ambriz and his girlfriend (who was arrested with him) were deported, their four children and whether they “will be able to adapt, as they have never been outside of the U.S. They are also concerned that they will not be able to afford adequate healthcare due to the low wages and high unemployment in Mexico.”

Follow the Money:

The NC Immigrant Rights Project can accept tax deductible donations through its 501(c)(3) fiscal sponsor, El Centro Hispano.

El Centro Hispano (ECH) is a 501 (c) (3) grassroots community based organization dedicated to strengthening the Hispanic/Latino community and improving the quality of life of Hispanic/Latino residents in Durham, Carrboro, Chapel Hill and surrounding areas. We accomplish our mission through service, education and community organizing.

Our budget of $900,000 dollars comes from private foundations, local government, state government, grants, donations and revenue generated from some programs. The Triangle Community Foundation, the Stewards Fund, the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation, Hispanics in Philanthropy, the Durham Partnership for Children, and Duke University are among the past and present supporters of El Centro Hispano.

Ongoing and upcoming fundraising events include: the 20th Anniversary Gala, Zumbathon, Gala Graduation, Health Fair and Spanish Language Institute.

h/t Maureen W

      
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Frank Livingston
Frank Livingston
8 years ago

Let’s start by posting this on our Facebook Page and the new Tea Party Community site. We need to do the same with each politician. Here is the Durham’s Partnership for Children, phone numbers: 919-403-6960; DPFC Organizational Chart and e-mail. Let’s start fighting back against illegal aliens by using social media.
Laura Benson, Executive Director (Ext. 234), laura@dpfc.net
Laura is the senior executive responsible for leading all aspects of the Partnership, from day to day operations to long-range strategic direction. She is accountable to the Board of Directors and works closely with all Board-level committees to ensure that Partnership activities advance the mission and adhere to management standards of excellence. Laura works to build and maintain strong relationships with local and state partners to maximize collaboration among Partnership programs and facilitate efficient use of community resources. She holds a B.A. from Wesleyan University and a Master of Divinity from Union Theological Seminary in New York. Laura brings more than 13 years of nonprofit leadership experience to the Partnership, with expertise in program initiatives for low income families, children and vulnerable populations.
Melanie Busbee, Communications Manager (Ext. 221), melanie@dpfc.net
Melanie is responsible for public relations and communications for the Partnership, as well as visual communications, social media, website maintenance, and community outreach and event planning. Melanie joins the Partnership with a solid background in marketing/advertising, graphic design, and journalism. She received her bachelor’s degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication, with a concentration in advertising.
Krissy Dunn, Operations Specialist (Ext. 230), krissy@dpfc.net
Krissy supports the administrative operations and communications of the Partnership, as well as manages volunteer programming for the Partnership. She is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro with a bachelor of arts in psychology. Krissy earned a master’s in Nonprofit Management from High Point University.
Megan Gray, Program Coordinator (Ext. 231), megan@dpfc.net
Megan is responsible for evaluating and monitoring funded partners, as well as implementing components of Transition to Kindergarten and other community initiatives. She has prior experience evaluating public health interventions as well as working directly with children and families in both public school and non-profit settings. Megan earned her Master of Social Work degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Pat Harris, Program Coordinator (Ext. 224), pat@dpfc.net
Pat is part of the Program and Evaluation team. She is responsible for monitoring and providing technical assistance to our funded partners to help improve the quality of early childhood education services for children and families in Durham. She comes to the Partnership with over thirty years of program development experience in community based programs. Pat received her master’s degree in Urban Studies from Hunter College, City University of New York.
Danielle Johnson, NC Pre-K Program Manager (Ext. 225), danielle@dpfc.net
Danielle manages the NC Pre-K Program serving 420 children. Previously, Danielle served for nearly 10 years in early childhood development and Early Head Start/Head Start and non-profit management in New York working primarily with children and families. She received her master’s degree in Public Health from Hunter College, City University of New York.
Christa Moore, Program Coordinator (Ext. 229), christa@dpfc.net
Christa is part of the Program and Evaluation team. She provides monitoring, coordination, and technical assistance to the Durham Early Head Start program and also focuses on evaluating funded partners. Christa comes to the Partnership with more than 10 years of experience as an early childhood professional, both as a teacher and a Master Teacher-Instructional Coach. She was on the staff at Lucy Daniels for nine years, and most recently held an Early Head Start Master Teacher position at the Community Action Project in Tulsa, OK. She received her BS in Child Development from Meredith College and a Masters in Education (Special Education) from NC State.
Sandra Roberts, Finance Director (Ext. 223), sandra@dpfc.net
At the Partnership, Sandra manages the fiscal operations, which includes allocations to funded partners and NC Pre-Kindergarten sites, state contracts and other accounting processes. Sandra possesses more than 20 years experience in all aspects of accounting and fiscal management in the public sector. She worked for another partnership in North Carolina and was former CFO of a nonprofit in the Los Angeles area with a mission to end homelessness. Sandra earned a bachelors degree in Business Administration/Accounting from California State University, Dominguez Hills.
Jameka Wells, NC Pre-K Program Specialist (Ext. 214), jameka@dpfc.net
Jameka assists the NC Pre-K Manager with her duties and is involved with the screening of parents and children and handling NC Pre-K scholarship information. She holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology and Spanish education.
Ted Whiteside, Development Manager (Ext. 227), ted@dpfc.net
Ted is responsible for the development and implementation of the Partnership’s overall fundraising strategy, including extensive grant-writing. Whiteside brings with him over 30 years of nonprofit experience. He is a graduate of Providence College and completed his master’s degree work at Rhode Island College. As former Executive Director/CEO of Prevent Child Abuse Rhode Island and the North Carolina-based Summit House, Ted has an extensive history in fund development and agency grant-support achievement.