Skip to comments.Manassas murder suspect's past arrests didn't trigger ICE proceedings
Posted on 02/11/2011 8:09:50 PM PST by craig_eddy
Despite two arrests since a judge ordered his deportation in 2002, Jose Oswaldo Reyes Alfaro -- accused of killing three and wounding three more in Manassas Thursday night -- remained in the United States.
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That bothers me a lot.
I was thinking that since all the ICE bosses live in Northern Virginia it would be nice to have a list of their names ~ then we could go complain to them directly at their homes whenever one of these pukes they turn loose kills 2 or 3 more people.
BTW, I'm saying that just to get them to move to Maryland ~ that's where all the really nasty mean illegals in the region have moved since the PW crackdown.
It's higher risk in Montgomery County since Ike Legett has been begging for them to move there and do welfare for them. ICE people need to expose themselves and their families to these illegals in high concentrations right in their own neighborhoods.
Shielded by SF authorities for years cuz of their Sanctuary City laws, you see? He had been arrested multiple times.....
If they controlled the border, then they would not need to deport them.
This is a little over a mile from my house, but in a really bad part of Manassas City. I’ve told my son to avoid that area on his bike rides, as there have been other killings recently, including teenagers like my son.
It’s sad to live so close to what amounts to an inner-city crime zone. The County has worked hard to crack down on illegal immigrants, but the city has lagged behind.
This was just another horrible occurance. When 77-year-old women are the victims of machete attacks, something is seriously wrong.
The special rights illegal crowd enforced by cops everywhere.
Our elected officials have sacrificed us to the Bronze Horde; these stories emerge daily, and nothing happens. If they were targeting politicians (which will come soon enough, considering what happened to Lou Dobbs - a journalist), then every agency would be right on it.