Can Orange County attorneys sneak an alleged foreign child molester into U.S?

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By Ruth Hull

Have the feds learned anything since 9/11? Can they stop foreign child molesters from entering the country to grab and silence American kids? Can young Americans kids disappear for sexual human trafficking purposes with government acquiescence?

Orange, CA, May 13, 2014: In the Lamoreaux Courthouse in Orange County, CA, attorneys acting on behalf an alleged child molester were openly discussing details of sneaking a Thai/Pakistani citizen into the United States past the police and feds.

The Lamorequx Injustice Center where abuse victims and sexually abused children are subjected to years of nightmares

The Lamorequx Injustice Center where abuse victims and sexually abused children are subjected to years of nightmares

What was the purpose? A judge is requiring the man to come to a hearing on June 27, 2014, before the judge will allow the man to move his nine-year-old daughter (against the daughter’s and her mother’s wishes) out of the country. Police records reveal that the child told the police the father sexually abused her many times. Required reporting personnel saw the girl bleeding from a certain private part of her body after the father had obtained custody of the daughter but before he left the country.

Mahatep Srikkureja is reportedly being denied re-admission to the United States because of concerns of the Department of Homeland Security. In Orange County, there is a $50,000 bench warrant in place on the man. According to police records, the Tustin Police asked the Orange County District Attorney to prosecute the man on numerous counts of sexual abuse (including oral and anal sex with the minor) . According to further police records, the Tustin Police wanted to have the father’s computer searched for large numbers of child pornographic photographs prior to the man’s departure from the United States. A week ago in court, the sitting judge in the case stated that each of these charges, if prosecuted, would carry a possible life sentence for the man.

Though Mahatep Srikkureja is currently reportedly in Canada, there is a possibility he will be deported to a different country where sex with minors is legal and where the little girl can disappear.
The mother, an upstanding professional, is seeking to find out from her daughter if the girl is OK. The girl is being forced to live with questionable handlers chosen by the alleged child molester. People who have seen the girl say they believe she is scared and being held prisoner against her will.
Making the matter worse, a man who has been appointed as minor’s counsel did not even pretend to be interested in helping the child but rather only in helping the man the police tried to have prosecuted for molesting the child. It appeared his goal was to join the father’s counsel in silencing the child and helping the alleged child molester get her out of the country. The mother wanted to speak with the child but this “child’s” counsel, seemingly acting as an advocate for the molester, demanded she only get one shot at speaking with the girl and that he be allowed to terminate the conversation at any moment if he didn’t like what was being said.

He seemed very concerned about what the child might reveal to the mother.

What does this child know that they are trying to hide by silencing her or shipping her out of the country?

So the question remains, will minor’s counsel and others helping the alleged child molester be able to sneak  Mahatep Srikkureja past Homeland Security, past Immigration and Customs Enforcement and past other federal officials, and past the local police in order to get the alleged child molester into Orange County to grab the little girl and make her disappear before June 27 or in order to appear at the Lamoreaux Justice Center on June 27th to get the judge in the case to authorize the American child’s removal from the country. Stranger things have happened. On 9/11/01, the alleged hijackers who allegedly boarded the infamous planes were being watched by federal officials. So maybe there is a travel exception for foreigners suspected of committing or planning crimes.

Here is a list of charges upon which the Tustin Police wanted  Mahatep Srikkureja prosecuted:
California Penal Code Secion 288 (a)-Lewd Act
California Penal Code Section 173 (a) (b) Child Abuse
California Penal Code Section 188.5 -Continual Sexual Abuse of a Child
California Penal Code SEction 289 (a) (1) (A) – Anal Penetration
California Penal Code Section188 (a) (a) Oral Copulation
California Penal Code Section 188.7 (b)- Oral Copulation with a Victim under 10 Years Old
If you are interested in asking whether the feds are letting foreigners accused of committing sex crimes on young kids enter the country, the following is contact information for some of these agencies.

ICE: (866) 347-2423 (U.S., Mexico and Canada) or (802) 872-6199
FBI: 855-TELL-FBI or 855-835-5324.
Homeland Security: 202-282-8000
NSA: (301) 688-6524
Canadian Borders Services Agency: Outside Canada: 1-204-983-3500; Inside Canada:
1-800-461-9999

Below is a copy of an email (with the name of an innocent recipient whited out) from the Tustin Police.  Sergeant Bob Wright’s email specifies the name of the person against whom they are seeking these charges as Mahathep Srikureja.

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Ruth Hull has a background in law (criminal defense/civil rights), investigation and education. She has organized major political events, a statewide caucus, and activist organizations and has worked with some top leaders to promote or oppose legislation. Currently, she is working to protect women’s rights and help end violence against women in America.

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