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Crime Is he here legally? What we know about immigration status of Mollie Tibbetts' accused killer

20:10  26 august  2018
20:10  26 august  2018 Source:   usatoday.com

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DES MOINES, Iowa – The immigration status of the man accused of killing a 20-year-old University of Iowa student has become the subject of intense dispute across the internet.

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Reports from law enforcement and immigration officials, information from court records, and anecdotes from Cristhian Bahena Rivera's employers have helped reporters sculpt the image of the 24-year-old, who is facing a first-degree murder charge after the discovery of a body believed to be Mollie Tibbetts. The college student was reported missing after going for a run July 18 in Brooklyn, an Iowa town of 1,500.

Back-and-forth claims caused public confusion around Rivera's legal status starting Tuesday, when law enforcement said he is was in the country illegally from Mexico and subject to a federal immigration detainer. Rivera's defense attorney pushed back Wednesday, citing Yarrabee Farms' use of E-Verify in claiming he is a legal worker. The next day, the farm owners admitted they did not use E-Verify, and knew Rivera by another name — contradicting the defense attorney’s evidence. The federal government maintains Rivera is in the U.S. illegally.

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Here's what we know, all times local:

4 p.m. Tuesday: The Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation announced in a news conference that a body believed to be Tibbetts was discovered in Poweshiek County and Rivera, had been charged with murder. Officials during the news conference said Rivera was in the country illegally.

10 p.m. Tuesday: Yarrabee Farms owners say in a statement they employed Rivera and that he "was vetted through the government's E-Verify system," indicating that he was working in the U.S. legally.

9:27 a.m. Wednesday: Rivera's attorney, Allan M. Richards says in a court motion that Rivera is here legally and that Craig Lang, an owner of Yarrabee Farms, can vouch for that.

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Farm that hired Cristhian Rivera, Mollie Tibbetts ' suspected killer , did not use E-Verify system, official says Lawyer for man accused of Mollie Tibbetts ' death says he is in the country legally https Investigator: Suspect in Mollie Tibbetts ' death 'hadn't come across the radar' until Monday https

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Midday Wednesday: A Des Moines Register story on Richards' motion goes viral, sparking incendiary debate on political websites.

a group of people in uniform: Cristhian Bahena Rivera, 24, has been charged with first-degree murder in Mollie Tibbetts' death. Here he is brought into the Poweshiek County Courthouse on Wednesday, Aug. 22, 2018 in Montezuma.© Brian Powers/The Register Cristhian Bahena Rivera, 24, has been charged with first-degree murder in Mollie Tibbetts' death. Here he is brought into the Poweshiek County Courthouse on Wednesday, Aug. 22, 2018 in Montezuma. 2:45 p.m. Wednesday: Yarrabee Farms holds a news conference where owners backtrack and say they did not use the E-Verify system. Rivera used fake documents and a false name to gain employment, the farm owners claim. "What we learned within the last 24 hours is that our employee was not who he said he was," Dane Lang said.

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4:30 p.m. Wednesday: U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services spokesman Michael Bars tells USA TODAY, which like the Des Moines Register is a member of the USA TODAY NETWORK, "A search of records by USCIS revealed Rivera did not make any DACA requests nor were any grants given. We have found no record in our systems indicating he has any lawful immigration status."

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1:05 p.m. Thursday: U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement spokesman Shawn Neudauer tells the Register that "law enforcement remains absolutely confident that we’ve correctly identified the suspect as an illegal alien from Mexico, based both on investigative interviews with him and on records checks."

1:16 p.m. Thursday: The Iowa Department of Transportation says that after reviewing its records, "no Iowa driver's license or credential was issued to Cristhian Bahena Rivera, either under that name or any alternate name bearing his likeness and we have no license history for him."

Thursday afternoon: In a Register interview, Richards, Rivera's lawyer, disputes that his client is in the country illegally, but he does not present new evidence to support that claim.

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