Thursday, October 28, 2010

Colorado Supreme Court Rules Use of Stolen Social Security Number by Illegal Aliens Not Illegal


The Colorado Supreme Court ruled today that no crime was committed by Felix Montes-Rodriguez when he used a stolen social security number to apply for an auto loan.  Court records also reveal that Montes-Rodriguez admitted to using the stolen social in order to obtain employment in the U.S.

“We cannot conclude that Montes-Rodriguez pretended to be another person in his loan application simply because he supplied a false Social Security number,” Justice Michael Bender wrote in his majority opinion.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Thanks Colorado Supreme Court, you just INTENTIONALLY let illegals steal our identities, jobs, and benefits, you wonder why people do not beleive in ANY legal system in Colorado!