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Monday, March 21, 2011

Dirty Immigration Prosecutor Gets 17 Year Sentence

Kind of a shame that this man didn't receive the full 30 year sentence that prosecutors were asking for. Yes, defense can cry boo-hoo and claim the sentence is harsher than what some murderers get but that is comparing apples to oranges and one has nothing to do with the other. This dirty prosecutor - this officer of the court, paid to represent we the people - assisted in bringing an untold number of illegal criminals into this country to live off our system, to pose a threat to who knows how many cities and communities - we will likely never know the total damage this greedy bastard caused us. So yes, I say again, it's a damn shame that he was not sentenced to the maximum extent of the law and forced to trade 30 years of his existence in exchange for the crimes he committed against America and We The People...

By John North, KABC Los Angeles

There was a sentencing Monday, for a once-prominent attorney for immigration and customs enforcement.

He was convicted of taking hundreds of thousands of dollars in bribes from the very people he was supposed to be prosecuting.

Constantine Kallas was a federal immigration attorney, a prosecutor. Casino surveillance video showed him about to get a $20,000 bribe to get a green card for an illegal immigrant. Kallas was convicted for this bribe and 35 other federal crimes.

Prosecutors believe Kallas received $950,000 in cash bribes over five years. In federal court Monday he was sentenced to more than 17 years in prison.

"He essentially engaged in a conspiracy as a prosecutor to engage in criminal acts with the people he was charged to prosecute," said Assistant U.S. Attorney Raymond Aghaian.

Kallas' attorney Dean Steward said the sentence was too stiff; he argued for seven years. Prosecutors wanted 30 years.

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