Skip to comments.Minnesota Man Arrested for Breaking and Entering
Posted on 04/11/2006 8:26:53 PM PDT by gore_sux
Officers from District 1 responded to a radio call last night around 3:00am for a person with a knife at 20 Prince Street. Upon arrival, officers found the victim physically struggling with the suspect on the street. When the suspect was restrained, the victim reported that the suspect broke into his apartment and was carrying a knife. The victim grabbed a pot and struck the suspect over the head with it, causing the suspect to flee the apartment. The victim followed the suspect outside until the officers arrived. Officers recovered two knives that were on the street and arrested the suspect, Francisco Serrano, a 22-year-old man from Apple Valley, Minn.
This is the young man who squatted at Apple Valley High School last year for those who don't know.
Funny, I can't seem to find anything at the Star Tribune site on this. (They were quite the champion for Francisco if I remember right.)
Not a "Minnesota Man".....
Funny, nor can I.
This guy wasn't trying to break into the house to commit a crime.He went in there to sharpen the knives and do other chores the homeowner wouldn't do.I'm sure the homeowner who assaulted the hard working undocumented worker was an angry white male.
You know me.
Was I wrong about this one.??
The local media sang his praises.
Dumbasses come to mind like Nick Coleman, brother of St.Paul mayor, Chris Coleman.
Someone in a link, I think one you provided, said they consider this guy as manipulative.
Sounds about right to me.
Isn't it amazing how those who break and abuse our laws are continually made out to be the victims, gains people's sympathies, only to turn out not to be so cute or innocent later on? But, oh man, do they know how to work it...
Besides pretty soon Jorge Bush and our stalwart Republican Majority is going to grant him and his hard working compatriots amnestia! Won't that be great?
Nothing in the above post is meant to advocate any kind of civil war.
Another excellent use for a cast iron skillet!!!!!
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