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Guillermo D. Jalil, M.S.

PUBLIC INTEREST ISSUES: 

  • USE OF FALSE NAME & FALSIFIED IDENTIFICATION

  • APPLICATION FOR CLEMENCY WITHOUT CORRECTING INACCURATE PUBLIC RECORDS IN FLORIDA

Please review the Application for Clemency (Form ADM1501).  Please notice that there's no required declaration on behalf of the applicant, stating that all false reports to authorities were corrected.  A convicted felon may apply and receive clemency without correcting any public records that were falsified as a result of giving a false name, false identification or any other false statement.  In order to prevent abuse to public records, perhaps the form should require the applicant to stipulate, under oath, that there were no false statements to authorities that remain uncorrected, and there were no other crimes committed that are left unprosecuted.  When we file an income tax return, it states clearly:

Under penalties of perjury, I declare that I have examined this return and accompanying schedules and statements, and to the best of my knowledge and belief, they are true, correct, and complete. Declaration of preparer (other than taxpayer) is based on all information of which preparer has any knowledge.

If a statement such as the above is necessary to file an income tax return, as most law abiding persons file annually, a felon should file a similar declaration, in the interest of public safety and accurate public records, in regard to his crime(s).  Here's a sample of such statement:

Under penalties of perjury, I declare that I examined this request for clemency, and to the best of my knowledge and belief, it is true, correct, and complete.  I declare that I haven't committed any felonious crimes since my conviction, and I didn't falsify any record, or make false statements to the authorities and to the courts that need correction at this time.  There's no public or other record that needs correction as a result of any false statement related to the above or other crime; known or unknown to the State of Florida. 

I am not a lawyer.  The above is rather self-explanatory.  Convicted felons should bear the responsibility to fix their mess before applying for clemency.  The applicant for clemency  should have a deadline to do so or face revocation of clemency, if granted.  Ask your attorney about the following statute:

Florida Statute:  Florida Statutes > Title XLVII > Chapter 901 > § 901.36 - Prohibition against giving false name or false identification by person arrested or lawfully detained; penalties; court orders

Although the above statute provides a way to motion a court to correct a record, there's no duty for the felon to do so.  The issue at hand is incentive. 

This does not cast any negative reflection on the Office of the Governor of Florida.  Rather, it's the felon that's using the false name or the false ID.  Keeping that in mind, perhaps the loophole should be closed off to prevent further abuse and manipulation of the system.

INACCURATE PUBLIC RECORDS; PROBLEMS FOR LICENSED PROFESSIONALS AND PRIVATE INVESTIGATORS-- A PUBLIC SAFETY ISSUE

When providing a tip to law enforcement, there is no definitive way of confirming much of the information unless supported by public and private sources when public records are inaccurate.

  • Licensed private investigators and unlicensed persons should not hesitate to report something suspicious or possible illegal.  Hesitation in making a report, may permit time for criminal conduct to continue and to unnecessarily bind the hands of the person making the report.  The public is exposed to additional and unnecessary risk.
  • If a private investigator or other citizen investigates the suspicious activity or illegal behavior before making a report, this may lead to heightened risk or tip off the criminal of any investigation.  The Subjects is given time to change his game, flee, or think how to cover his tracks.
  • Other licensed professionals may not make a report to law enforcement if sanctions may be filed against their respective licenses(Private Investigators, Pharmacists, MD's, Psychologists, Psychiatrists, Accountants, Home Inspectors, Engineers, Building Code Inspectors).  Excessive litigation already poses a hindrance to business and licensed professionals.  Since a licensure complaint is free, anyone can make a charge that a licensee made an improper report; when made in good faith.
  •  It is not up to the citizen or licensed private investigator to make a determination if the information is complete enough for law enforcement, or warrants an inquiry. Law enforcement may have other pieces of the puzzle to initiate an investigation.
  • A conflict exists when citizens and licensed professional report suspicious and possible illegal activity, and then must fear a hammer as a possible negative consequence in making a report.  Licensure sanctions may open the door to litigation against those who filed a report in good faith.
  • Even if there's no disciplinary action, the mere mention of a possible sanction for reporting possible illegal conduct, that later turns out to be benign, is chilling and discourages the voluntary sharing of information with law enforcement.
  • The Department of Homeland Security promotes the idea, "See Something Say Something."  The possibility of disciplinary action makes the reporter second guess the information, and may discourage any report.  Public safety suffers.

SEPARATE BUT RELATED IN TERMS OF FALSE IDENTITIES:  MULTIPLE IDENTITIES AND ILLEGAL ALIENS:  MIDDLE EASTERN MEN CROSSING THE BORDER INTO THE UNITED STATES AND OBTAINING A U.S. DRIVER'S LICENSE UNDER AN ASSUMED NAME; MEXICAN IDENTITY.

Today, someone can obtain a false driver's license within ten to twenty business days.  In the states of California, Texas and New Mexico, illegal aliens routinely buy a birth certificate on the street for $100.  Then they visit the local Mexican consulate and obtain an ID called a Cedula.  They walk into DMV in California and obtain a driver's license.  Today, an illegal alien is able to obtain several driver's licenses under varied names, collect assistance, vote, and evade a warrant for an arrest.  Thanks to face recognition technology, these identity theft practitioners are caught from time to time.  It takes a year or more for the computers to scan the photographs and match them up.

As we speak, there are large numbers of illegal aliens crossing the US border who aren't Mexican.  They include nationals from Syria, Egypt, Iraq, Iran, Morocco, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Jordan  and others.  They learned Spanish in Mexico and after two years, they cross into the United States passing as Mexican.  These men wear clothing customary to locals in  Mexico, and then buy a birth certificate on the street under an assumed name.  They adopt the name that's on the purchased birth certificate.  Thereafter, they obtain a Mexican Cedula, and then apply for a driver's license from California.  From there, they often move to states such as Colorado, North Carolina, or Pennsylvania.  Due to the porous nature of the US border, and the apparent ease a real driver's license may be obtained under  fake name, this is an urgent national security issue.  Communities, on a local level, don't enforce immigration laws relegated to the federal government.  Many times, police departments have a policy that they won't enforce certain laws; such as a law mandating car insurance.  In many towns throughout Texas, many illegal aliens aren't apprehended for the same acts committed by a US citizen.  Acts involving drunken driving, petty theft, and other non-violent crime are selectively enforced.  The smaller communities prefer to make them move along then spend precious resources on enforcement. 

SANCTUARY CITIES FOR ILLEGAL ALIENS

A Sanctuary City is a term describing a city that protects illegal aliens and doesn't enforce immigration laws.  This is an internal policy within local and municipal government and not law.  Examples of sanctuary cities are the following:

  • Santa Ana, CA
  • San Jose, CA
  • El Paso, TX
  • Houston, TX
  • Jersey City, NJ
  • Denver, CO
  • Chicago, IL

These cities contain the most Mexican nationals with fraudulent US identities.

AMERICANS WITH FAKE MEXICAN IDENTITIES

Most people are amazed at how easy it is for an American to obtain a Mexican identity, and then apply for a Mexican passport.  Americans also buy these Mexican birth certificates, visit the consulate of Mexico and obtain a Cedula.  Thereafter, they apply for a passport as a "Mexican citizen" and travel internationally.  It is possible to obtain several identities in this manner.  The porous nature of our open borders, and use of fraudulent identification, is a national security concern and a personal security issue.  When felons can obtain alternative identities, re-enter the United States and do business in the U.S., we have a problem.  This is also a problem in Mexico.  There's not much they are able to do about this persistent problem.

FACIAL RECOGNITION SOFTWARE

What's to stop any national from assuming anyone else's identity?  Not much.  Facial recognition software usually takes twelve months to make a match of the same face on two different ID's.  Add another six months for prosecution, and you have a typical eighteen month lag to stop the craziness involving just one person.

 

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