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The Washington Times

U.S. Border Patrol agents in Arizona arrested three convicted child molesters in separate incidents last week, using an automated fingerprint system to identify the captured illegal aliens as sexual predators who previously had been convicted and deported.

Ismael Hernandez, 49, Faustino Tierrablanca, 39, and Cipriano Pimental, 31, all Mexican nationals, were arrested by agents assigned to the Border Patrol stations in Douglas, Ariz., and Naco, Ariz.

Border Patrol spokesman Rob Daniels said Hernandez was arrested Wednesday as he tried to enter the United States illegally about a half-mile west of Douglas. His identity was verified by the Integrated Automated Fingerprint Identification System (IAFIS), developed by the FBI, which showed a 1984 conviction in New York for sexual abuse and acting in a manner to injure a child.

Mr. Daniels said Hernandez had been sentenced to a year in jail and later deported.
 

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They just started using the finger print system here (Detroit / Windsor border) this week. I hope for many great results like this one.
 

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What isn\'t known is that \"the system\" was nabbing criminals before it officially came online. It\'s credited with quite a few captures.
 
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The ones I like are the facial recognition systems. You can identify the bad guys from afar.
 
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