The most recent arrest took place on Wednesday in the border city of Hidalgo when U.S. Border Patrol agents found 28-year-old Manuel Alexander Chicas Contreras. Details of how the arrest took place are not listed in the criminal complaint obtained by Breitbart Texas. Once in custody however, the agents requested a records check on Chicas and learned that he had previously been deported.
Chicas was deported on December 5, 2014 after he was released from prison for having “sexual intercourse with a child over the age of 15”. For that crime, Chicas was sentenced to 12 months in prison and had six months from his sentence suspended prior to his deportation. On Thursday, Chicas went before U.S. Magistrate Judge Peter Ormsby who formally charged him with one count of illegal re-entry and ordered he be held without bond.
However, believing those explanations unsatisfactory, Yong Feng Huang and Jin-Jung Geng of Nanjing University set out to study the phenomenon on their own, examining data from 10 FRBs and obtaining key parameters that could help solve the mystery. Their study was published online in the arXiv journal on Monday.
FRBs have generally been discovered through single-pulse search methods, by using archive data of wide-field pulsar surveys at the multi-beam 64-meter Parkes radio telescope in Australia and the 305-meter Arecibo telescope in Puerto Rico.
According to the authors, there are four main states of detecting FRBs.
“First, the radio telescopes are uniformly pointing toward the sky at the time of the detections. Second, for the multi-beam receiver system, usually the signal was recorded only in very few beams, typically less than four, especially by adjacent beams. Third, FRBs are characterized by large dispersion measure (DM) values, significantly larger than terrestrial sources of interference. Fourth, the observed behaviors of time delay and frequency evolution of FRBs strongly indicate that cold-plasma dispersion should have been engraved in the radio signal,” they wrote in the paper.
The federal Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR) has released data updated as of Nov. 2 that show in the last two years 81,038 illegal alien minors who entered the U.S. without a parent or guardian were subsequently placed with adult sponsors in all 50 states and the District of Columbia.
According to the “Unaccompanied Children Released to Sponsors By State” statistics and confirmed by a spokesman for the Administration for Children and Families – which operates ORR – 27,520 unaccompanied illegal alien minors have been released to sponsors around the United States in fiscal year 2015 (October 2014 to September 2015). This is in addition to the 53,518 children released into the United States in fiscal year 2014 (October 2013 to September 2014).
U.S. Border Patrol agents arrested the previously deported Chinese illegal alien felon, 48-year-old Li Song Zhao, who also goes by the name Huaqui Hua Zhao, this past weekend near the Rio Grande River. The arrest occurred in the border city of Hidalgo, court records obtained by Breitbart Texas revealed.
During a follow up investigation into Zhao, agents learned that he had been convicted of kidnapping on November 3, 1997 and sentenced to 37 months in prison and three years of supervision. After his release from prison, Zhao was deported back to China in 1999 through Detroit, Michigan.