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Wanted In Dallas: 17 Drug Suspects, All Hispanics, INCLUDING One Greek, And Only One Is American-Born
Nelson Hultberg's column today mentions
Every single one of them is Hispanic, and only one of the 17 is recorded as being born in the United States.
First, if by following the "What kind of name is that?" investigative technique, you are inclined to suspect Kristo Alejandro-Kouroulares of being Greek, rather than Hispanic, let me point out that he was born in Mexico.(Mexico does have some immigration.)
Regular Greek-Americans named Papadopoulos wouldn't qualify for affirmative action, but he would.
I know that he was born in Mexico because while the DEA does not list immigration status (such as citizen, legal permanent resident, illegal, or ordered deported) it does list a "POB": Place of Birth. For almost all of the the known places of birth, it's Mexico. There's also a Hispanic drug suspect from Panama. The unknown ones are probably Mexico, two, since America has much better birth records.
There is one who was born in California: his name is Diego Villafuerte Tinoco, AKA Carlos Ramirez, AKA Moreno Lucio, AKA Melecio Manzo Maldonado, AKA Saul Maldonado-Macias, AKA Melecio Maldonado Manzo, AKA Cadenas Marciae, AKA Maldonado Melecio, AKA Lucio Moreno, AKA Carlos Ramires.
Mr. (not Senor) Tinoco is not an immigrant, but I can't helping he's part of the phenomenon of mass Hispanic immigration—judging by his aliases, he doesn't think he can pass for Swedish.