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The Sanctuary Jury

Posted by V the K at 8:30 am - December 1, 2017.
Filed under: California politics

Illegal immigrant fires a stolen gun into a crowd of people. Bullet ricochets and kills a woman. Illegal immigrant tosses the gun into the ocean. Illegal immigrant gives police multiple conflicting versions of what happened. San Francisco jury hears the evidence and declares the illegal immigrant not guilty of anything except “possession” of a gun he claims to have “found” only seconds before that “went off in his hands” (or when he kicked it, or when he was shooting at “sea life,” depending on which of the many different accounts he gave to police … if any … were true.)

The San Francisco jury’s verdict was purely political. Purely. The comments made by the defense attorney (who was Ralph Nader’s running mate in 2008) made that clear. This was an “in yer face” to Donald Trump and every American who wants secure borders (“racist” deplorables). This jury knew that if they found the illegal immigrant guilty of murder or manslaughter or even negligent homicide, their Chardonnay-swilling peers would have ostracized them.  Or, given the violent proclivities of the activist left, put their families in danger.

This isn’t the first time a sanctuary jurisdiction has decided the American laws don’t apply to illegal immigrants. In Montgomery County, Maryland, an illegal alien teenager drove a stolen car with a stolen AR-15 to school. (Just count the number of state and Federal felony charges.) The judge lowered his bail and released him so ICE would not deport him.  An Oregon judge helped an illegal immigrant drunk driver escape through the back door of the courtroom to evade ICE.

Supposedly, the Federal Government will now get to step in and deport the illegal. There are two problems with this. 1. The killer was deported five times before, so deporting him is more of an inconvenience than a punishment. 2. There is no guarantee the Sanctuary City of San Francisco will turn him over anyway.



  1. I say deport him to the middle of the Pacific and let him swim home.

    Comment by Paul in N. AL — December 1, 2017 @ 9:57 am - December 1, 2017

  2. I honestly do not understand why a felon should be deported before he serves his full sentence in prison.

    We can certainly provide a Mexican with an federal prison which is equivalent to your average Mexican prison where US felons are held.

    States can not deport. Only the federal government deports. So, an imprisonment on the way to the deportation could almost fall under the category of a process crime.

    Ooopsy! It says here on your deportation papers that you killed three people while driving drunk. Well, you will have to serve three sequential prison sentences for each death at Camp Mierda in the federal mountain resort and rehabilitation center in Nevada. You will be the houseboy for the MS-13 gang in wing 23. The ACLU San Francisco chapter will be in charge of assuring your comfort and safety. Warden Chaco la Paz will assign your case to Fat Guido for personal attention.

    If you would like something other than frijoles con cucarachas, your family may pony up the dinero. They may contact Fat Guido for a rate chart.

    Comment by Heliotrope — December 1, 2017 @ 10:07 am - December 1, 2017

  3. Kate Steinle’s blood is on the hands of the jury, the defense attorney and everyone who believes that we should offer “sanctuary” to people with less than a 6th-grade education who bring crime, infectious diseases and no marketable skills to this great country. Period.

    Peter H.

    Comment by Peter Hughes — December 1, 2017 @ 10:35 am - December 1, 2017

  4. ICE should decline to deport him. If there are no outstanding charges then he has to be set free in the sanctuary city of San Francisco. If the city refuses to turn him over to ICE (assuming ICE agreed to deport him) then the ACLU should ensure that he is set free in San Fran. Then the States of Texas, Florida and Louisiana ought to start tourist campaigns aimed dierectly at how California treats it’s illegals with special attention to this case and what happened to this poor tourist and how a five time deported illegal set up shop in a sanctuary city in California and a woman died. That would get Governor Brown’s attention between his Alzeimer’s treatments.

    Comment by scr_north — December 1, 2017 @ 12:35 pm - December 1, 2017

  5. I do have a prediction, on this situation? The Attorney General is not going to give up on this, or throw in the towel, or ignore. There is an ongoing issue that hasn’t been resolved about Sanctuary cities. If anyone actually thinks Sessions will let this go, they are a fool. If anyone thinks that the federal government and its top officials including the president do not have powers which are Peerless in the world, they are utter fools.

    Comment by Hanover — December 1, 2017 @ 12:59 pm - December 1, 2017

  6. Rush Limbaugh was opining that the intersection of the Steinle Jury and the Sex Scandals in the Democrat Media Complex is that both are rooted in the basic immorality of the left; the belief that any horrible behavior can be made up for by having the “correct” ideology.

    Comment by V the K — December 1, 2017 @ 1:34 pm - December 1, 2017

  7. We should just give California back to Mexico. And then extend the wall north.

    Comment by Tom — December 1, 2017 @ 1:59 pm - December 1, 2017

  8. At the time Mexico owned California, the Californios did not want to be a part of Mexico. There were at least 3 revolutions against the Mexican government in the approximately 15 years of Mexican rule.

    Comment by Juan — December 1, 2017 @ 4:31 pm - December 1, 2017

  9. An important aspect of the crime is that the previously convicted felon “found” a cop’s stolen gun.

    During the Obama years a local hero disabled veteran was convicted of murder by the DOJ after local officials found him not guilty for killing one of 2 masked armed robbers who looked like Obama’s sons

    Comment by Steve — December 1, 2017 @ 5:06 pm - December 1, 2017

  10. Convicting this guy of murder might be a problem unless they could’ve proved malice aforethought and other elements of murder-1. But letting him off the hook? Damn the jurors.

    Given that judges and now juries will release dangerous people into the community, it’s likely that (especially with DUIs that seem to be habitual offenders) someone will die or be injured as a result.

    So, seems to me, these judges (and jurors) have sentenced some unnamed person to harm (or death). Am I a terrible person to want the future victim to be one of these enablers? Shouldn’t those that make these decisions suffer some of the consequences now and then?

    Kate Steinle, her family and friends certainly did nothing to warrant her death. But there were a lot of people in the chain that created the circumstance that killed her. And life goes on for them, free of consequences.

    Spread the news far and wide: if you’re a criminal and an illegal alien, SFO is the place for you!

    Comment by KCRob — December 1, 2017 @ 6:51 pm - December 1, 2017

  11. The prosecutors should have learned from the Trayvon Martin case: Don’t go for the jugular and make it your primary case-in-chief.

    If the prosecutors here would have gone for a lesser charge (just as George Zimmerman’s prosecutors should have), then this fucker would have gotten nailed.

    Comment by Paul — December 1, 2017 @ 7:28 pm - December 1, 2017

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