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Thursday, August 21, 2008

Yet Another San Francisco Sanctuary Disgrace

The cases of illegal alien gang members and assorted criminals protected by sanctuary city San Francisco never seem to stop. Now meet Mr. Eric Antonio uc-Cahun (19), who happens to be an illegal alien from Mexico, who had been twice arrested for gang assaults and gone through the local criminal justice system without ICE ever being notified. Now we learn that uc-Cahun was later arrested for his participation in a horrific gang assault and stabbing.

Here are the details: On August 13, 2006, uc-Cahun was arrested for felony assault in San Francisco and sentenced to probation. ICE was never notified. On October 18,2006, uc-Cahun was arrested for felony assault in San Francisco and received 4 months juvenile detention. ICE was never notified.

Then, on May 22, 2007, guess what happened. uc-Cahun participated in a gang assault on a man in San Mateo County. During the assault, uc-Cahun allegedly used a box-cutter to cut the man's stomach wide open. A prosecutor described the act as similar to "gutting a pig".

Tonight, on Fox News (Bill O'Reilly Show), guest hostess Laura Ingraham interviewed former SF Supervisor Angela Alioto, who helped write the sanctuary law for San Francisco. Alioto defended the sanctuary policy stating that nothing in the law prevented the city from notifying ICE. She then opined that the sanctuary policy of San Francisco had nothing to do with the stabbing in San Mateo County.

Of course it didn't.

It is getting to the point that the defenders of sanctuary policies in places like San Francisco and Los Angeles are starting to sound like Holocaust deniers. They are denying the undeniable and defending the indefensible. As the bodies of innocent American citizens continue to stack up, the actions of city officials who have shielded illegal alien criminals from Immigration authorities has bordered on criminal.

It is time for the Federal Government, specifically the Justice Department and the US Attorney's Offices in places like San Francisco and Los Angeles to determine if federal law has been circumvented and take appropriate measures including prosecution if appropriate.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

I don't get it. San Francisco isn't in San Mateo County. It's in San Francisco County. So how does this involve San Francisco?

Anonymous said...

Wait, nevermind, I read it too fast.