The death certificate for the father of the controversial Mexican judge confirms that Curiel’s parents were not U.S. citizens when he was born.
Death records from Indiana records confirm that Salvador Curiel died a Mexican citizen in 1964… not as the New York Times’s Alan Rappeport reported in an anti-Donald Trump article.
But Rappeport claimed that the elder Curiel had died a U.S. citizen. He didn’t.
Here’s what Rappeport wrote:
Judge Curiel, 62, was born in East Chicago, Ind., to parents who had emigrated from Mexico. Raul Curiel said their father, Salvador, arrived in Arizona as a laborer in the 1920s, eventually receiving citizenship and becoming a steelworker. Their parents were married in Mexico in 1946, and their mother, Francisca, became a citizen after joining her husband in the United States.
In fact Salvador Curiel never received U.S. citizenship and Francisca became a citizen in 1969–five years after her husband died and 18 years after her last son — the future judge Gonzalo Curiel — was born.
So the New York Times got it wrong. They didn’t do their fact checking. Oops.
Could the fact that Mexican telecom billionaire Carlos Slim’s ownership of The New York Times have played a role?
After all, Slim makes money when the Mexican illegal immigrants in the U.S send money home. So too does a lot of the Mexican government now that remittances have surpassed oil as the number one source of revenue for the Mexican government.
Might they have an incentive to increase the number of illegals in the U.S.?
Might Mexican judges who are connected to the Mexican government and proud of their Mexican heritage care about what happens to Mexico?
We reached out to Rappeport at his email address: email@example.com.
Hi Alan,You wrote that Judge Curiel’s father died as a U.S. citizen.In fact, the death records for Salvador Curiel from the Indiana records.How did this happen? Did you not check it?
We’ll update it if we get a response.
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