Skip to comments.Communities struggle to cope after killings that authorities have linked to illegal immigrants
Posted on 03/24/2019 4:58:11 PM PDT by SJackson
Emotions ran high at a San Jose, Calif. community meeting this week where residents questioned local officials about the brutal stabbing death of Bambi Larson, who was allegedly killed by an undocumented immigrant wanted by federal immigration officials for deportation.
Authorities said Carlos Eduardo Arevalo Carranza a native of El Salvador with a long criminal history and admitted gang ties -- stalked Larson, 59, before the February attack in her home.
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He had a crime record, San Jose resident Connie Schneider told the Bay Area's FOX 2. He shouldn't have been able to do this to anybody.
LOESCH ON CA WOMAN'S MURDER: 'INNOCENT PEOPLE ARE PAYING' FOR DEMS' SANCTUARY POLICIES
Several communities have been shocked in recent weeks by slayings that authorities have attributed to suspects described as illegal immigrants, drawing attention to President Trump's call for a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border and the nationwide debate over sanctuary policies adopted by some states and cities that critics say have allowed some violent criminals living in the U.S. illegally to evade deportation.
Carranza, 24, had been deported back to El Salvador in 2013 but re-entered the United States illegally. The case has put a spotlight on Californias sanctuary laws, which allowed him to go free even though federal immigration officials had requested local authorities detain him in an effort to begin deportation proceedings. Those requests went unanswered.
San Jose and Santa Clara County officials have come under scrutiny for not handing Carranza over to federal officials.
I think everybody believes something needs to be done, Larsons friend, George Bisceglia, told FOX 2. Theres obviously a disconnect somewhere.
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Dear San Jose residents, put up Billboards and Signs asking the Illegal Aliens to please only Rob, Rape and Kill Public Employee’s and Public Officials, leave the poor taxpayers alone.
You residents of San Jose, tell your elected officials to start cooperating with ICE and the President.
Was Bambi a democrat?
” tell your elected officials to start cooperating with ICE and the President.”
And demand they get off the drug cartel’s payroll!!!
[ Authorities said Carlos Eduardo Arevalo Carranza a native of El Salvador with a long criminal history and admitted gang ties — stalked Larson, 59, before the February attack in her home. ]
Doing the jobs that Americans refuse to do?
Every day, some poor American citizen somewhere pays the price for this illegal invasion.
Act of love......
A deputy sheriff was killed last week by an illegal. The media actually mentioned it once or twice, totally sans any outrage.
He had a crime record, San Jose resident Connie Schneider told the Bay Area’s FOX 2. He shouldn’t have been able to do this to anybody.
Your public officials protect fraudulently documented foreigners from our laws, that’s why he was able to do this.
Looks like that sanctuary policy is working out just fine...
My fellow Americans in San Jose, elections have consequences. Vote like your lives literally depend on it.
My former tagline, again current.. Thanks for the reminder
Identity theft, loss of jobs, crime (assaults, drunk driving, etc.)
A lot of times, illegal invaders. Unbelievable.
Check out my tag line
One of the undocumented benefits of “undocumented immigrants”. /s/
A deputy sheriff was killed last week by an illegal.
One kid kills several other kids at a school, and Democrats want to confiscate all guns but multiple illegal aliens kill Americans, and Democrats want to give them all amnesty.
Every DAY. TWENTY FIVE Americans are killed by illegal aliens
Doesn’t surprise me.
The headline uses the term “illegal immigrants” but the editors let “undocumented immigrants” slip into the text.
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