Saturday, February 8, 2014

CA - Living with 290: Traveling to Cabo San Lucas - Denied entry into Mexico

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01/16/2014

My boyfriend and I traveled to Cabo San Lucas as we do every year. After several scans of our passports at US airport we board the plane. He’s is a RSO from 20 years ago which was a *** deal to begin with!! We land in Baja head to Mexican customs we are pulled out of line taken into this little room where they proceed to tell him he is not allowed in the country... They fill out all forms escort us with 5 armed guards back to the same airplane we just arrived on and sent us back to USA.. What the hell is going on? When we arrive to US customs they say have a nice day and they have heard of this happening more and more?? What a way to ruin a 10 day vacation!!!

Got off plane and flew to Hawaii for the week would rather spend my money in the USA anyway!!! As far as I am concerned its over priced there anyway Americans are not safe and they can make rules up as they go!!! Take Mexico and shove it where the sun don’t shine...


3 comments :

oncefallendotcom said...

I wonder if this is the exact same bill Ohio RSOL plied me to write an in-depth analysis for. This bill is silly. The watchdog group that is pushing these laws found only seven sex crimes per year out of 1.5 million nursing home residents. Moral panic, anyone?

Anonymous said...

A similar bill was passed last year in Texas that required everybody else in a nursing home to be notified if an SO moves in. Do they just want to make it impossible for an old ex offender, who offended decades ago, and at this point is too old and sickly to take care of themselves let alone commit a new crime, to find a nursing home and live their last years on Earth in peace? Ah, the Ohio Attorney General. Was he the Ohio attorney general at the time of the famed lawsuit involving Ohio's retroactive application of the Adam Walsh Act, or was there a different attorney general back then?

Anonymous said...

Well, I guess it's supposed to be worth it if it saves just one senior. Just like all the other sex offender bills are supposed to be worth it if it "only saves one child." It doesn't matter how rare sexual attacks by an RSO at a nursing home are- all that's supposed to matter is that it may save just one senior.