Utah county foots bill for cancer treatments of illegal alien accused of child sexual abuse

Utah county foots bill for cancer treatments of illegal alien accused of child sexual abuse
Gerardo Valerio-Romero, Utah County Sheriff

[Ed. – It doesn’t seem entirely necessary to allow this kind of thing to continue.  It also makes an interesting counterpoint to the plight of innocent, crime-free Americans who can’t use their Obamacare “insurance” because they can’t afford the skyrocketing deductibles and co-pays.  For clarification, Utah County is the name of the county in Utah.]

MRCTV uploaded a new video in which Brittany Hughes talks about Gerardo Valerio-Romero, an illegal alien who has been charged with the sexual abuse of his 8-year-old stepdaughter, and is receiving cancer treatments using taxpayer money:

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49-year-old Gerardo Valerio-Romero’s tab for cancer treatment has all but bankrupted the local jail in a Utah county, where he’s been charged with six counts of sexually assaulting his own 8-year-old stepdaughter, along with eight felony counts of forgery and one count of illegally possessing someone else’s ID.

Valerio-Romero was arrested back in March of last year, but his trial has already been postponed twice. … In the meantime, he’s managed to cost the county nearly a million bucks in cancer treatments – and that’s even after the hospital agreed to discounts.

The Washington Post reports that Valerio-Romero’s cancer treatments have completely drained the county jail’s entire medical budget…

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