Liberty And Justice For All Unless You Are Here Legally!

United States
December 1, 2017 2:14pm CST
It was not allowed to consider his 5 prior deportations. It was not allowed to consider his prior criminal activity and convictions. It was only allowed to consider the case before them without any of the historical proof of his actions. As a result the jury found a killer innocent and for all intensive purposes accepted his story after he changed it to a more acceptable one. It is time to end Sanctuary Cities and now the Sanctuary State. But for the uncooperative cities and state this man would not have a place to hide until someone dies as a result. It is time to build up our national border and secure it. Since there are so many people who want to come in illegally it may be time to do what other countries (North Korea) do if you try to leave to those who try to enter illegally. What are your thoughts on the Verdict?
Donald Trump seized on the case during the campaign as proof that the U.S. needs his proposed border wall.
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@kobesbuddy (19488)
• East Tawas, Michigan
1 Dec
San Francisco shouldn't have allowed this man to stay, in the U.S.
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• United States
1 Dec
@kobesbuddy They don't cooperate with ICE.
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@kobesbuddy (19488)
• East Tawas, Michigan
1 Dec
@Berniezeitler That precious young girl loses her life, because of their lack of concern!
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@Corbin5 (81725)
• United States
1 Dec
He should not have been in the USA. He should not have been here. San Francisco killed her. I feel so sorry for her family.
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• United States
1 Dec
@Corbin5 San Francisco should have people tried as accomplices after the fact but since he got off it can't be done.
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@NJChicaa (29711)
• United States
1 Dec
What do prior deportations have to do with the facts of that particular case?
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• United States
1 Dec
@NJChicaa 1. They were tied to prior crimes. 2. It is considered a crime to enter a country without going through the proper process. 3. It goes to Character (willingness to commit a crime). I could go on but then it would be an entire new post simply focused on the nature of criminal entry into an independent Nation.
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@NJChicaa (29711)
• United States
1 Dec
@Berniezeitler I don’t know anything about this case but I don’t see how being deported has anything to do with possibly murdering someone. Illegal entry to the country and alleged murder are 2 different crimes. You can’t mix the 2 in the same trial
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