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Dlr Pyro
10-26-2014, 01:44 PM
A Mexican national being held in custody near Sacramento, California, after a shooting rampage on Friday. He killed two sheriff’s deputies, wounded a third, and also shot a civilian. But there is also more news.

According to Breitbart, authorities on Saturday revealed the results of their investigation into his background and made a startling discovery: he’d been deported in 1997 and again in 2001. The 1997 deportation was due to narcotics possession and no information was available regarding the 2001 occurrence.

At this point, he is facing charges for the 2 alleged killings and the two shootings. He was apprehended a short time after the shootings and subsequent to the arrest of an accomplice, whom is suspected to be his wife, earlier in the day.

According to the Sacramento Bee, investigators have no idea how long the couple had been in the United States, what they were doing in the area, nor how the initial confrontation with the deputies violently exploded.

One crystal clear takeaway from this tragedy: secured borders matter. A man who’s been expelled from the country twice got in. And authorities have no idea how or why he was here. The reality is that he never should have been able to get back here in the first place.

A simple truth is this: our porous border and the policies that gave rise to it are at least partially, if not fully responsible, for these shootings and the quandary with which law enforcement investigators are now confronted. http://www.ijreview.com/2014/10/192507-shake-head-file-ca-cop-shooting-suspect-twice-deported-back-mexico/

The blood of these 2 Sheriff Deputies is on the hands of all politicians who have refused to secure the borders to make this Country safe from foreign invaders.

The irony is where I work we have osha, an overbearing government agency,breathing down our necks, watching every step we take in doing our jobs to ensure that we are "safe" in the work environment, yet the rest of the government fails every day to secure the borders to allow the U.S. citizens to live in a save environment.

Newsflash to the government. It I stand on the top step of a ladder and fall down and get hurt, that's on me for making a poor choice in how I do my job. If an illegal alien criminal is allowed to walk across the border and terrorize and kill innocent Citizens, that's on you for not doing your job.

RobJohnson
10-26-2014, 01:48 PM
http://www.ijreview.com/2014/10/192507-shake-head-file-ca-cop-shooting-suspect-twice-deported-back-mexico/

The blood of these 2 Sheriff Deputies is on the hands of all politicians who have refused to secure the borders to make this Country safe from foreign invaders.

The irony is where I work we have osha, an overbearing government agency,breathing down our necks, watching every step we take in doing our jobs to ensure that we are "safe" in the work environment, yet the rest of the government fails every day to secure the borders to allow the U.S. citizens to live in a save environment.

Newsflash to the government. It I stand on the top step of a ladder and fall down and get hurt, that's on me for making a poor choice in how I do my job. If an illegal alien criminal is allowed to walk across the border and terrorize and kill innocent Citizens, that's on you for not doing your job.

I agree.

SVPete
10-26-2014, 02:38 PM
It's long past time to do that.

And this murderous shame for fighting against and not securing the border is shared by George W. Bush as well as Obama. Obama has been a couple of orders of magnitude worse than Bush - generally, not only the illegal immigration issue - but this was one of Bush's worst and most glaring failures.

This country is teetering on the brinks of so many different precipices that I don't think we can afford a much less than "perfect" President and Congress.

Dan D. Doty
10-28-2014, 03:10 PM
It's long past time to do that.

And this murderous shame for fighting against and not securing the border is shared by George W. Bush as well as Obama. Obama has been a couple of orders of magnitude worse than Bush - generally, not only the illegal immigration issue - but this was one of Bush's worst and most glaring failures.

This country is teetering on the brinks of so many different precipices that I don't think we can afford a much less than "perfect" President and Congress.


I see it more like we're balancing on the head of a pin with one toe, and a thousand insane assholes are beating on our digit with hammers, all the while screaming " If he falls off, it ain't our fault ".