Did an illegal immigrant get a free pass to distribute kiddie porn in the US? A Texas man was found guilty of distributing child pornography out of the drive-thru window at the Wendy's fast food chain he worked for. Juan Antonio Rosa sat with his two little girls in federal court and sobbed while he apologized for what he did. What he did was bad enough, but to bring his young daughters to federal court to exploit them for his own benefit illustrates just how depraved this guy is. Maybe he knows the system worked for him before, so why not try again? That's right, he might be an illegal immigrant who has done this before...here in the U.S.!
Rosa's disgusting side business would start with an 'order' from other sickos on social network sites. He would provide them with a password they would give him at the drive-thru. Rosa would then add a SD memory card to their food order and collect $50 extra on their tab. Each card would contain two to five child porn videos. An article about the conviction states, 'Eventually the feds got wind of what Rosa was doing, and when immigration agents raided his apartment in Converse, Texas last July, they found kiddie porn on his computer." They said that Mr. Rosa had worked for Wendy's since 2010, right after he got out of prison...for peddling child pornography.
Common sense would dictate that if Rosa wasn't a US citizen, he would have been deported after serving time for the first child porn charge. Multiple comments on related articles ask why US Immigration agents ran the raid of his apartment. Would immigration agents handle the bust if Rosa had a work permit or visa to work in the United States? Obviously, if Mr. Rosa is in the country illegally, Homeland Security will have to explain why he was given a free pass to reoffend. In the meantime, Rosa's conscience is clear, he said, "It's not for me. I'm just trying to make some money off of it." Maybe he'll change his stance after thinking about it in federal prison while he serves his 22 years.