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Understanding what INTERPOL does

Another misconception is that INTERPOL involves itself in cases where there is not warrant out for a person's arrest. Any law enforcement person would know this. But here is information about their purpose, quoted from their site:

"Interpol focuses on international public safety concerns that overlap country borders including terrorism, organized crime, crimes against humanity, genocide, war crimes, piracy, illicit drug production & trafficking, weapons smuggling, human trafficking, money laundering, child pornography, white-collar crime, computer crime and intellectual property crime.

CriminalBackgroundRecords.com includes a free Interpol search with all of its criminal background checks. This search looks for Individuals wanted by national jurisdictions or the International Criminal Tribunals. If a match is made our system will return the details concerning the individual including their photo and date of birth. Interpol's role is to assist the national police forces in identifying or locating these people. When found Interpol seeks to arrest them and start the extradition process (i.e. the term “extradition” used here means the official surrendering of a suspected or convicted criminal by a state or nation). Interpol circulates its warrants worldwide requesting that the wanted person(s) be arrested so the extradition process can commence.
Interpol releases two types of notices into circulation:

* When there is an arrest warrant issued for a person wanted for prosecution.
* When there is a court decision for a person wanted to serve a sentence."

When criminals are located, they are picked up and arrested, especially if they are "drug runners with organized crime." Any police officer would know this. They are carefully monitored and arrested and the people aiding and abetting them are interrogated as well and arrested. Countries even as backwards as Nicaragua do not release them. Countries like the U.S. do not deport them. They are arrested and serve lengthy sentences for their crimes.

This is another way you know when you are dealing with a bullshit artist. No country that does a background check while a person is held in immigration detention EVER releases that person if they have broken the law or have a warrant out for their arrest pending. What they may do is turn that person over to their country of national origin and have them prosecute the crimes, or to the country where they committed the crimes, where they will be prosecuted. But they are NEVER released. In El Salvador, each and every person deported is required to undergo a background check as soon as they leave the plane. Once a person is cleared, they are taken to an area where they are handed pupusas and coffee, welcomed, enter a room where people explain that El Salvador is their country and that they don't need to go anywhere else, and then they are released. If they have warrants out for their arrest ANYWHERE or have ties to a criminal organization, they are arrested and taken to one of the five penitentiaries throughout the country to be held. Countries like Mexico simply accept them through the fence and send them on their merry way if they aren't criminals.

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