Colorado man to be freed early now in immigration custody

Mistakenly released inmate who won reprieve...

They were among thousands of Cuban refugees who emigrated to the US after the Castro regime announced that all who wished to go were free to board boats at the port of Mariel in what has become known as the 1980 Mariel boatlift.

Immigration Customs and Enforcement agents arrested 38-year-old Rene Lima-Marin after he was released from prison Wednesday.

Under a 1984 agreement, Cuba agreed to take back 2,746 of their citizens who came to the United States as part of the boat lift. The same will stand for Lima-Marin. About 600 are in custody of Immigration and Customs Enforcement, according to statistics by the agency. But before leaving office in January, President Barack Obama announced the end of that policy.

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As The Colorado Independent has previously reported, sheriffs in all 64 of Colorado's counties agree not to hold inmates for ICE.

People who can not be deported have been allowed to remain and live freely in the United States but check in regularly with immigration officials. He has not yet said publicly whether he meant to reverse specific policies. USA officials said in January the repeal of the policy dealt more with cases going forward, and acknowledged Cuba would continue to review case by case when the US government sought deportations. "No other remedy will result in justice in this case". "No one knows what's going to happen in the new administration".

On Tuesday, Samour ordered the Colorado Department of Corrections to release Lima-Marin, who was convicted on multiple counts of robbery, kidnapping and burglary for robbing two video stores in 1998 when he was 19 years old. He was released early by mistake and spent six years leading a productive life before he was once again sent back to prison to serve the rest of his sentence.

2008 - Lima-Marin is released from prison after serving just eight years because of the clerk's error.

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"In effect, after its utter lack of care led to Lima-Marin's premature release and prolonged erroneous liberty, in January 2014 the government chose to compensate for its transgressions by swiftly turning back the clock and returning Lima-Marin to prison - not through the use of a magic wand or the invention of a time machine built out of a DeLorean, which might have transported him back to his life in April 2008, but through the simple issuance of an arrest warrant, which merely put him back in prison, disregarding everything that had transpired between April 2008 and January 2014", said Samour.

"Requiring Lima-Marin to serve the rest of his prison sentence all these years later would be draconian, would deprive him of substantive due process, and would perpetrate a manifest injustice, " the judge wrote in a court order obtained by the Denver Post. He was then immediately detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials.

His wife, Jasmine, said she remains hopeful the family will be reunited "sooner rather than later".

But things took a turn for the worse for Rene Lima-Marin on Wednesday when federal immigration officials arrested him, report The Associated Press and the Denver Post. But since he was from Cuba, he wasn't a priority, she says.

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