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Philippines to deport American pedophile


Immigration Commissioner Ricardo David Jr. INQUIRER FILE PHOTO

MANILA, Philippines–The Bureau of Immigration is deporting  a convicted American pedophile.

Earl Lynn Bagley, 60, was arrested on February 4 at the Robinsons Mall in Ermita, Manila, Immigration Commissioner Ricardo David said Wednesday.

David said Bagley is the subject of an arrest warrant issued in November by a US district court in Washington following his failure to update his registration as a sex offender.

“We will thus deport him not only for being an undesirable alien but also because he is already overstaying and undocumented,” David said.

Bagley’s passport was revoked by the US State Department and he failed to extend his tourist visa since he last arrived in the country on April 17 last year.

Immigration acting intelligence chief Ma. Antonette Mangrobang said that Bagley’s offense stemmed from his failure to update his registration as a sex offender.

Mangrobang explained that the registration is a system in the US designed to enable authorities to keep track of the residence and activities of Americans convicted of sex crimes.

All 50 US states have reportedly passed laws requiring sex offenders, especially child sex offenders, to periodically report their residence upon leaving prison or after being convicted of their crime.

Various websites on sex offenders revealed that on October 29, 2004 a Seattle court sentenced Bagley to 51 months custody, including three years of supervised release, on charges of possessing visual depictions of minors engaged in sexually explicit conduct. His supervised released reportedly began in September 2007 and ended in August 2010.

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Tags: Crime , Deportation , Sex offender , US

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Abdul-Rashid/100004367910013 Abdul Rashid

    Wag na e deport? Pasok mo yan sa common criminals para matoto yan sa sex in prison.

  • kilawon

    deport all those old american pedo bears , there are a lot of them around the country, coying young filipina girls ! disgusting people!

    • Crazy_horse101010

      deport me coward im waiting here for your but first you will have to get pass the 200 poor people ive been helping for years.they would love to visit with you ive spent over 2 million pisos on poor people what have you done except hide behind a computor and shoot your big mouth. come on get me put your money where your big mouth is idiot. 

      • kilawon

         you just went full retard!lol….I dont believe in giving money! youre condoning mendicancy culture among the lazy pepenos ! they need to work hard or the same cycle of poverty just gonna afflict them !

      • Crazy_horse101010

        and that is hurting you how. is it your money you could have fooled me i thought you were a loving generous person what do you do for a living just curious since you  are better then anyone you cant give money because you have no money if you worked why are you on the computer all day your one of the people you hate so you hate yourself SAD 

    • http://profile.yahoo.com/4JMYFQOSPLXK6KLS75EEL5KMGE JANE GREPEARL

      While your at it, lets deport all of the Catholic Preist pedophiles hiding under the CBCP.

      • Crazy_horse101010

        everyday i read in the papers about fathers raping their daughters and other family members raping girls in their family. but ive never seen anybody like that clown sticking up for them. i talked to a guy today bragging about how he has 3 wives and 15 kids, he was with the coast guard. lots of double standards here. this guy has threatened to have me deported still waiting

      • Patas

         Another stupid remarks from a stupid mind….

    • http://profile.yahoo.com/4JMYFQOSPLXK6KLS75EEL5KMGE JANE GREPEARL

      Are you jealous?

      • kilawon

        Are u retarded ? U allow these pedo’s in our country?ur a whore then !

      • Crazy_horse101010

        first of what kind of worm is it that attacks women. why didnt you attack me coward  you lose your girl friend to a foreigner because you werent man enough for her. big brave man who hides like a sniveling baby behind a computer and insults people. go change your diaper as i said before kick me out of here im waiting

      • kilawon

        defensive!….. are u a pedo? plus i dont need a low class,brown-ass ignorant pepenas …..who are just insecure because they werent born white!

      • Crazy_horse101010

        you poor pitiful jealous creature. another coward shooting his big mouth and its none of your business what i am so bite me

  • daniboy2012

    impale him!!!!

  • Echuserang_Froglet

    dalin na lang yan sa tondo. mayor lim pa salvage mu na lang. bwahahahahahaha. 

  • enteng

    we should not humiliate or embarrass our white tourists. how else could we get our tourism revenues?

    • kilawon

      what do u mean white tourist? so its ok for you to allow these PEDO to enter our country? our priorities are really F**ed up!

      • Crazy_horse101010

        what a idiot

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/VS5EYSP4FPOTVQCJZ24NRE6Z2M Edgardo Mendoza


    • Patas

       Ay, tanga!

      Reading comprehension: zero.

  • citizenH

    Why did they use a picture of the commissioner instead of a pic of the subject?  I don’t get it. The story is not about the commissioner, okay?

  • RomyLitz

    And, David, where will you put the Filipino priests paedophiles and gays?

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/36O4ZGE5JY24XE4XQOXBM6O4WE Klepto

    Wala naman talaga tourists sa Pinas. Lahat ng mga bisita dito ay 2 klase lang: Pedophile or S3x perv3rts 

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