Protecting Illegal Aliens
at the Expense of American Citizens
It was a Sunday afternoon last June and Anthony Bologna and his sons Michael and Matthew were almost home from their family picnic. Anthony, driving the family car, briefly blocked another car from completing a left turn down a narrow
Police arrested Ramos a short time later, believing he was the gunman, although two other men were seen in the car with him. Ramos is an
Now charged with three murders, the 21 year-old Ramos was previously found guilty of two felonies as a juvenile: attempting to rob a pregnant woman, and as part of a gang-related assault on a city bus passenger. By all accounts, Ramos is a vicious animal who has no business being in the
Officials with the city's Juvenile Probation Department failed to alert federal immigration authorities following both of the felony convictions because it was the agency's policy not to consider immigration status when deciding how to deal with an offender. Had city officials investigated, they would have found that Ramos lacked legal status to remain in the
This may be the most horrific example of crimes caused by illegal aliens who are not prosecuted or deported under federal law, but it is only one of a long list of deaths and injuries of American citizens caused by illegals sheltered by “sanctuary city” policies. A sanctuary city is one that does not allow its resources to be used to enforce federal immigration laws, usually by prohibiting police or municipal employees from asking people about their immigration status.
Rafael Ramirez Perez was driving at a high speed and passing cars in a reckless manner on State Route 67 near
Authorities report Pastor Rios Sanchez, 55, was charged with killing Helen Meghan Hughes, 22, of
Alfredo Ramos, an illegal alien from Mexico, was convicted of driving while intoxicated in 2006, but that didn't stop him from being behind the wheel after a night of drinking in Virginia Beach, Va. the following April, and slamming the car he was driving into the rear of a vehicle stopped at a traffic light. Allison Kunhardt, 17, and her best friend Tessa Tranchant, 16, both died as a result. Ramos, charged with manslaughter for the two deaths, was convicted the preceding year of public drunkenness in
The elected leaders of cities like
How many Americans will have to die or suffer at the hands of criminal illegals before the likes of Newsome and Oberndorf will admit that people who are here illegally pose a threat that must be addressed?