Two Ecuadorian brothers who ran a company ordered to close because of its trade with abortionists in baby body parts have been apprehended by ICE.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement spokesman Nestor Yglesias said the brothers, Roberto and William Isaias, were “unlawfully present” in the U.S. and were moved to the agency’s “removal operations” for deportation.
The pro-life group Operation Rescue had produced a report on Oct. 27, 2016, detailing the brothers’ “crimes in Ecuador, dubious dealings with the Obama administration, their business with Planned Parenthood and the aborted baby body parts trade.”
“We understood that this family was in the U.S. under suspicious circumstances, and that they had committed crimes in Ecuador and Southern California,” said Operation Rescue President Troy Newman. “We had hoped that one day they would return to Ecuador so that justice could be done, but their arrests still took us by surprise.”
The brothers were sentenced in abstentia in 2012 to eight years in prison for running a bank in Ecuador into the ground and presenting false balance sheets to profit from bailout funds.
Their moves “wiped out” the savings of thousands of families, OR noted, costing the impoverished country a total of $661.5 million.
The two were infamous for their work running DaVinci Biosciences. It was one of the companies ordered to close because of its dealings with Planned Parenthood and other abortionists in the 2015 baby body parts scandal.
It was the Orange County, California, District Attorney’s office that announced that two baby-body-parts dealers investigated after a series of undercover videos were ordered to close down.
The companies are DV Biologics and DaVinci Biosciences.
The office of District Attorney Tony Rackauckas said they were ordered to “permanently close and cease all operations in the state of California within 60 and 120 days, respectively, pay a settlement amount of $7,785,000 through the donation of assets and biological materials to a non-profit academic and scientific teaching institution affiliated with a major U.S. medical school, and pay $195,000 in civil penalties.”
Operation Rescue said the Isaias family “began dumping large amounts of campaign contributions into American political campaigns, including $90,000 to Obama’s 2012 re-election campaign.”
“As a result, after reaching out to then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for asylum, the Isaias’ were granted expedited immigration into the U.S. Clinton’s State Department then rebuffed attempts by Ecuador to extradite them to face justice.”
The scandal over the baby body parts sales continues, with abortion interests suing the undercover investigators who revealed their behavior.
Both houses of Congress investigated and referred various groups and individuals for investigation by law enforcement.
See Center for Medical Progress video about skirting federal law:
The “Lamborghini” executive:
Paying attention to who’s in the room when infants are born alive:
Adjusting abortion procedures for profit:
Selling body parts a “valid exchange”: