It seems like criminals learn how to best avoid prosecution or justice, and that's exactly what's happened in Ohio.
A federal criminal, an illegal alien, is now able to deter agents from Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) by moving into a local church.
The 42-year-old Akron woman who was scheduled to be deported has now been granted sanctuary by the Forest Hills Presbyterian Church.
Leonora Garcia says they're allowing her to build a makeshift apartment, for her and her four children ages 3 to 19 that will remain in their home in Akron but stay with her on weekends.
A spokesman for United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Khaalid Walls said that Federal Agents have not and will not attempt to remove the woman from the church.
He said that ICE has a strict policy that says agents will "avoid conducting enforcement activities in sensitive areas" that includes places of worship, schools, and hospitals.
Garcia has now been living in the United States illegally as a federal criminal for 20 years. She claims to be the sole support of her four American-born children since her husband was deported in 2011.
Hopefully, she soon joins him. She has to go back.
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