Documentary of MS-13 GANG Activity
By Kelly SinoskiVancouver Sun
A Salvadoranmember of the notorious Mara Salvatrucha-13 gangis living in British Columbia despite fears by immigration officials that the gang has a “single brutal purpose” of carrying out criminal activity by any means.
Roberto Ernesto Contreras Mendoza (33 yrs) listed his address as a suite in a downtown Vancouver hotel while he applied for refugee status in a string of applications, appeals and, most recently, a judicial review. Mendoza’s body is covered in vivid tattoos marking him as a walking billboard for the Mara Salvatrucha-13 gang.
He was ORDERED DEPORTED in February after being deemed INADMISSIBLE BECAUSE OF HIS GANG AFFILIATIONS and is awaiting results of a pre-removal risk assessment.
Mendoza, who is out on bail, is also scheduled to appear in Surrey Provincial Court next month on charges of assault and uttering threats
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