Mother Of Murdered Woman Killed By Illegal Immigrant Who Was Deported 5 Times Has Choice Words For Officials Who Let Him Stay
If you didn't hear about the illegal who recently shot and killed at random a 32-year-old woman on a pier in San Francisco, don't feel alone. The media has left the story alone and only a few outlets seem brave enough to talk about the issues involved.
The random shooting happened when Kathryn Steinle, 32, was walking with her father Jim Steinle on Pier 14 in San Francisco, California. Francisco Sanchez, a 45-year-old man who had been arrested and deported back to Mexico five times already, approached Kathryn and shot her without a word.
According to police who investigated the murder, there was no altercation or any communication between the two. Steinle, after being shot was administered CPR by her father until paramedics rushed her to the hospital where she later died.
The unprovoked attack is a black mark against the city of San Francisco, which had arrested Sanchez for possession of marijuana but released him without having him stand trial. San Francisco has adopted a policy of being a "sanctuary city" for illegal immigrants, a policy which absolutely backfired in this case.
Steinle's mother told the media that she wishes Sanchez had been deported. "It would have been so much better if he was gone. Absolutely."
To make matters worse, police officers had tagged Sanchez's file with an "enforcement priority" marking, something that officers should have noticed when the arrested him for possession of marijuana. However, because of a liberal agenda in a city that has adopted a laissez-fair attitude towards illegal aliens, Kathryn Steinle is dead.
To-date, only Donal Trump, a 2016 presidential contender, has called out the attack as more evidence that we need stronger border security. Trump's comments are in-line with what authorities knew about Sanchez, he had been sent back over the border five times, only to return and wreak more havoc in America.
It's time to shape up or ship out. And this story only adds more evidence to the side of "ship-out."
h/t: Daily Mail