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Topic - Ernestine Fobbs
Any American book collector who recently bought an Italian book from the 15th to the 17th centuries should take another look at the purchase. If it bears a red library stamp with a Madonna in the center, the collector may get a visit from U.S. Customs agents assigned to recover stolen artworks.
Protests marking the fifth anniversary of the Iraq war yesterday included no Hollywood stars and drew only a fraction of the tens of thousands that typically come to the nation's capital for war protests.
But Mr. Roslund and Immigration and Customs Enforcement spokeswoman Ernestine Fobbs said Mr. Gonzalez-Geronimo's immigration status has not been confirmed.
"We are working to determine his status to be sure that he is in the country illegally," Miss Fobbs said. "If he is in the country illegally, we will place a detainer on him, and he will processed after all the local charges run their course."