Monday, October 19, 2015

Thousands Of Criminals Remain In This Country As Local Jurisdictions Defy Federal Law

Kate’s Murder Is Not An Isolated Incident Kate Steinle Family: Who In Their Right Mind Would Let A Seven Time, Undocumented, Violent Felon Loose On The Streets
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“Officials said Steinle was walking on Pier 14 with her father on July 1 when she was shot dead. ‘As she fell, she said 'help me dad,' Jim Steinle said.’” (“Parents Of Woman Killed At San Francisco's Pier 14 File Legal Claims,” KGO, 9/1/15)

“Within an hour of the shooting, police arrested Juan Francisco Lopez-Sanchez, an undocumented immigrant who had been deported five times and has seven prior felony convictions. Lopez-Sanchez pleaded not guilty to murder, according to court records.” (“Parents Of Woman Killed At San Francisco's Pier 14 File Legal Claims,” KGO, 9/1/15)
“The Steinle family blames the officials who released the suspect from jail prior to the July shooting. Pitre said San Francisco Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi ‘made himself the king, judge and jury’ when it came to the city's cooperation with federal authorities. ‘Who in their right mind would let a seven-year felon, undocumented, violent felon loose on the streets where you people are now standing,’ Jim said.” (“Parents Of Woman Killed At San Francisco's Pier 14 File Legal Claims,” KGO, 9/1/15)

Many Examples Of Local Municipalities Regularly Defying Federal Laws

“On April 6, 2014, Los Angeles, California law enforcement arrested an individual for felony continuous sexual abuse of a child.  Despite the severity of that charge, local law enforcement declined the detainer, the individual was arrest for felony sodomy of a victim under 10 years old.” (“Law Enforcement Systems & Analysis,” U.S. Department Of Homeland Security, P.7, 10/9/14)
“A man accused of attacking and sexually assaulting a 64-year-old woman, who later died, is in the country illegally, according to Santa Maria Police Chief Ralph Martin. Marilyn Pharis died Saturday eight days after she was attacked with a hammer and sexually assaulted in her Santa Maria home, and authorities are weighing whether her alleged assailant, already charged with attempted murder, will face additional charges. The day before she died, Victor Aureliano Martinez Ramirez, a 29-year-old undocumented immigrant, pleaded not guilty…” (“Suspect Of Alleged Sexual Assault In Country Illegally, Police Say,” Santa Maria Times, 8/4/15)
  • “The county first booked Martinez on November 19, 2009, for driving without a valid license. He was released 19 days later, police said. He was picked up again on May 22, 2014, initially for felony drug and sexual assault charges, police said. The assault charge was later modified to misdemeanor battery. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement filed an ‘immigration detainer -- notice of action,’ but the sheriff's office determined the request did not meet its ‘immigration detention requirements,’ police said. Martinez posted bail and was released June 4.” (“Police Chief Blames Immigration, Crime Policies In Murder Of California Woman,” CNN, 8/10/15)
  • “‘I think it starts in Washington, D.C., with this administration that we see and their policies. I think you can draw a direct line over to Sacramento with the policies of, I'm going to say, this governor and the Legislature,’ Santa Maria Police Chief Ralph Martin told reporters. ‘And I am not remiss to say that from Washington, D.C., to Sacramento, there's a blood trail into the bedroom of Marilyn Pharis.’(“Police Chief Blames Immigration, Crime Policies In Murder Of California Woman,” CNN, 8/10/15)
“On December 19, 2013, the Miami Beach, Florida Police Department arrested an individual for felony grand theft.  This individual has a final order of removal from 2009.  Despite prior felony convictions for strong-arm robbery and cocaine possession, and prior misdemeanor convictions for larceny, trespassing, theft, marijuana possession, and resisting an officer, local law enforcement decided to not honor an immigration detainer ICE issued for the individual.  After local law enforcement declined the detainer, the individual was arrested for aggravated assault with a weapon and larceny.  On October 1, 2014 he was arrested for being under the influence of a controlled substance.” (“Law Enforcement Systems & Analysis,” U.S. Department Of Homeland Security, P.7, 10/9/14)
“On February 16, 2014, San Mateo County, California law enforcement arrested an individual for felony lewd or lascivious acts with a child under 14 years old.  Despite a prior misdemeanor DUI conviction and the severity of the current charge, local law enforcement did not honor an immigration detainer ICE issued for the individual.  After local law enforcement declined the detainer, the individual was arrested for three counts of felony oral copulation with a victim under 10 years old and two counts of felony lewd or lascivious acts with a child under 14 years old.” (“Law Enforcement Systems & Analysis,” U.S. Department Of Homeland Security, P.7, 10/9/14)

10,000+ Other Examples

ICE: In 2014 ‘Local Law Enforcement Authorities Declined To Honor 10,182 Detainers’
“ICE’s efforts in the interior, however, were impacted by an increasing number of state and local jurisdictions that are declining to honor ICE detainers… Since January 2014, state and local law enforcement authorities declined to honor 10,182 detainers.” (ICE Enforcement And Removal Operations Report Fiscal Year 2014,” U.S. Immigration And Customs Enforcement, P.5 12/19/14)

ICE: 38,000+ Fewer Criminal Removals In 2014 Compared To 2013
U.S. IMMIGRATION AND CUSTOMS ENFORCEMENT: “ICE’s focus on criminal removals in the interior is also reflected in the total number of criminal removals… 216,810 in FY 2013 and 177,960 in 2014.” (ICE Enforcement And Removal Operations Report Fiscal Year 2014,” U.S. Immigration And Customs Enforcement, P.7 12/19/14)

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