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This post was edited by FreddyAguilar at 2012-3-25 00:26|
Timbatu, read this line by line, and very slow, that your little brain will get it all in the right order.
This little teen made a lot of mistakes which led to some confusion, especially among airport security.
You cannot blame the officers on duty and most of all you cannot fabricate a racist case with
this kind of story.
You are here in this forum to stir hatred and gossip.
(CNN) — Jakadrien Turner’s lies last year to authorities in Texas — including adopting an alter ego and claiming she was from Colombia — set off a harrowing journey that, according to posts on a Facebook page featuring photographs of her, she seemed to later regret.
By Friday, the troubled teenager was finally back in the United States, after being arrested and then deported to a country that she’d never been in before. It was a months-long escapade that has her family asking questions about how she got to the South American nation and what happened to her while there.
Jakadrien’s journey began April 2, 2011, in a Houston, Texas, shopping mall where the 15-year-old was arrested for shoplifting a white shirt, black vest and jeans. It was a petty crime that turned out to be the first step in her changing her identity.
Houston police, according to documents obtained by CNN, show that Turner told authorities that her name was 21-year-old Tika Lanay Cortez and that she was a citizen of Colombia. She listed her address as a home just north of downtown Houston.
A judge assigned Houston attorney William McLellan to represent the woman then known as Tika Cortez on the misdemeanor theft charge. The case was resolved in one day, after she pleaded guilty and was sentenced to time served. She was then handed over to Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents.