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Illegal Immigrants from Mexico Downsize the Budget of the USA

The illegal immigrants from Mexico have flooded the USA. Every day their rows welcome the new knights of fortune. The illegal immigrants have various reasons to come to the USA and the following ones are the most popular. The first excuse for Mexican illegal immigrants is the possibility to get a divorce. For example in New Jersey the courts have no right to check the immigrant status of the appellants for getting a divorce. Only the actual reason for a divorce matters. Besides the illegal immigrants have the right to declare themselves gone bankrupt. None of the American law bodies contains the requirement to have the USA citizenship if a person files for bankruptcy. To initiate the lawful procedure such person must have his own property or business and live in the USA no less than several years. Some of the illegal immigrants from Mexico who leaked to the country to search for a better future face the financial difficulties. So they declare themselves bankrupt to start their business once more from the blank page. The US Constitution formally allows them to do that.

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Top of the Most Blood-Freezing Crimes

Honestly, I do not understand the need to create numerous horror films when there are enough terrific stories in the real life. If you want to get scared, you should just listen to the news or some crimes of the most famous maniacs. Human society, no matter how well developed and democratic it tends to be, always conceals all possible dangers and one of the most awful of them, unfortunately, is presented by people themselves.

Lois Garavito form Colombia is known for committing the largest amount of murders in the history of crime. He made children accompany him using candies and other means of attraction and then he held them in the captivity, tortured and raped them and finally slashed their throat which explains why most of the victims were found headless. Garavito was captured in 1999 and found guilty in committing 138 murders, though he is said to commit 172 crimes. However, the law of Colombia allows sentencing a criminal for no more than 30 years of imprisonment. As Garavito helped the investigation, his sentence was reduced to 22 years.

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