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Washington DC and The Holy Land>Repository: Crimes Caused by Illegal Aliens
Otter 11:02 AM 02-17-2018
This is going to be a thread that tracks the numerous crimes commuted by illegal aliens. Feel free to add any that I miss.

The links to the full article will be embedded in the headline.
Merde Furieux 07:35 AM Yesterday
It's not just illegal aliens, it's also non-citizens and even recently naturalized citizens. All of them should have never been allowed in, in the first place.

The crime statistics are alot worse than what is reported, and what is actually reported is bad.
Merde Furieux 08:48 AM Yesterday
This month, U.S. Attorney McGregor Scott announced that Erik Quiroz Razo, “an illegal alien from Mexico,” has been sentenced to 21 months in prison for “conspiring with others to assist Paulo Virgen Mendoza’s flight from California to Mexico after he allegedly committed a felony: the murder of Newman Police Corporal Ronil Singh during a traffic stop.” As Scott’s statement also explained:

“The murder of a police officer in the line of duty is an assault on the entire community. This defendant, a convicted felon and previously deported alien, played a critical role in helping a man accused of killing a police officer to elude apprehension. He disposed of the murder weapon, and he urged those close to him to not tell anyone about his activities. The successful prosecution of this defendant sends a message to the community that this behavior will not be tolerated.”

The sentencing of Razo comes before the trial of Mendoza, accused of gunning down Corporal Singh [pictured above] in Newman, California, on December 26, 2019. That crime got plenty of publicity but another case involving illegals managed to escape notice.

Last year federal authorities indicted Elfego Alcala, Aida Corona, Tamilene Cisneros, Lupita Cisneros, Maria Elena Soriano-Salinas, 57, for “production and sale of false identification documents, and fraud and misuse of visas and related documents.” The documents included false Social Security cards and green cards. The previously deported Salinas was sentenced to 27 months in prison.

In January, Alcala, Cisneros and Corona pleaded guilty to document fraud and face more than a decade in prison. This was the result of a federal Homeland Security investigation, a federal grand jury, and prosecution by the U.S. Attorney. It was not the result of any investigation or prosecution by the state of California, which looks the other way at document fraud.

Attorney General Xavier Becerra, once on Hillary Clinton’s short list as a running mate, is on record that California harbors more than 10 million illegals, about the population of Portugal and approximately one fourth the state population. Every person illegally residing in the United States uses false documentation in some form.

Former state Senate boss Kevin de Leon, author of the state’s sanctuary law, is on record that under Trump’s deportation order “half my family would be eligible for deportation” because “they got a false identification,” including a “false green card.” And “almost entirely everybody has secured some sort of false identification.”

The former Senate boss, who in 2018 failed to unseat Sen. Dianne Feinstein, defended the use of fraudulent documents to obtain taxpayer-paid benefits. So legal immigrants and legitimate American citizens are paying benefits to foreign nationals illegally present in the United States, with zero compensation from Mexico or any other country of origin.

In similar style, the state of California shows little if any interest in prosecuting document fraud and state agencies accept the fake documents without question. That is what enables illegals such as murder suspect Paulo Virgen Mendoza to remain in California, where state officials protected him from deportation.

Erik Quiroz Razo, who helped the suspect flee, is already headed to prison. The suspect, by contrast, has yet to reach trial. His case is being handled by Stanislaus County judge Ricardo Córdova, a former public defender appointed as a judge in 2003 by Gov. Gray Davis.

A hearing for Paulo Virgen Mendoza had been scheduled for December 10, 2019, but Córdova postponed it until March 10, 2020. So justice is delayed for Ronil “Ron” Singh, the legal immigrant from Fiji who came to America to become a police officer. Singh was popular in the central valley community of Newman, where he had served since 2011.

In August, the Newman Police Department unveiled a memorial with Ronil Singh’s picture. Singh’s young son pulled back the flag covering the monument honoring his father. Attorney General Xavier Becerra and Gov. Gavin Newsom, both supporters of California’s sanctuary law, did not attend the event or the funeral of police officer Ron Singh. Neither Democrat has publicly decried the officer’s murder as an example of “gun violence.”

Gov. Newsom also skipped out on the funeral of El Dorado County deputy Brian Ishmael, gunned down last October, as authorities are charging, by a Mexican national calling himself Juan Carlos Vasquez Orozco, and illegally present in the United States. The 737 convicted murderers Newsom reprieved last year included the previously deported Luis Bracamontes, who in 2014 gunned down Sacramento County deputies Danny Oliver and Michael Davis. During his trial, the Mexican said he wished he had killed more cops.

One of the worst murderers in state history was previously deported Juan Corona, who during the early 1970s murdered and mutilated Americans Charles Fleming, Melford Sample, Donald Smith, John J. Haluka, Warren Kelley, Sigurd Beierman, William Emery Kamp, Clarence Hocking, James W. Howard, Jonah R. Smallwood, Elbert T. Riley, Paul B. Allen, Edward Martin Cupp, Albert Hayes, Raymond Muchache, John H. Jackson, Lloyd Wallace Wenzel, Mark Beverly Shields, Sam Bonafide and Joseph Maczak.

Four others were not identified. Corona died in prison last March at the age of 85.
Merde Furieux 10:18 AM Yesterday
A Georgia middle school teacher faces deportation after being charged with molesting a 13-year-old boy and sending him nude photos, according to reports.

Rumah Byrapaka, 24, was arrested Thursday for allegedly texting nude photos and sending racy messages to the teen. She’s also accused of kissing and indecently touching the child at Hephzibah Middle School, the Augusta Chronicle reports.

Byrapaka, who is not a US citizen, was granted bond during a court appearance Tuesday, but will be placed in a federal detention center on an immigration hold if she’s released from custody, the newspaper reports.

She’s also expected to face new charges in addition to the accusations of child molestation and enticing a child for indecent purposes.

Byrapaka’s alleged victim is in love with her and has sneaked out of his home to meet the teacher, prosecutors from the Richmond County District Attorney’s Office claim.

Byrapaka — who taught physical science and social studies at the school, according to her now-deleted staff homepage — has been placed on paid administrative leave following her arrest, WRDW reports.

“We will continue to cooperate with the [Richmond County Sheriff’s Office] as the investigation progresses,” a spokeswoman for the Richmond County School District told the station.

If Byrapaka posts bond and is ultimately released from federal custody, a judge ordered her to have no contact with anyone under 18, including the alleged victim, and to surrender her passport with the district attorney’s office, the Chronicle reports.

She remained in custody early Wednesday in Richmond County in lieu of $27,700 bond, online records show.
Otter 10:20 AM Today
Illegal Alien Charged with Stabbing Denver Judge

DENVER (CBS4)– A CBS4 Investigation has learned that an arrest has been made in the brutal stabbing last summer of David Blackett, 45, a former prosecutor and current judge in Adams County. Blackett was repeatedly stabbed at his home in Denver’s Hale Neighborhood near 12th Avenue and Dexter Street.

The assailant got away and was not immediately caught following the August 2019 incident. Blackett nearly died from the multiple stab wounds he received in the attack.

Now, five months later, court records indicate police have arrested a 38-year-old Jose Armenta-Vazquez, a transient , who is being held on charges of attempted murder after deliberation, assault with a deadly weapon, burglary and use of a weapon in a violent crime. Records show the suspect was arrested by Wheat Ridge police Dec. 16, 2019 and is being held in the Jefferson County Jail.

Although Armenta-Vazquez was jailed in mid-December 2019, he was only charged in the Blackett case on Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2020. It is unclear what led to the attempted murder arrest. CBS4 has been unable to reach Blackett for comment. A spokesman for the Denver Police department said he was aware of the developments but referred questions to the Denver District Attorney’s office. The police department spokesperson said no photos of the suspect would be released as more lineups were anticipated in the case.
ping2000 11:57 AM Today
Hyphenated last name strikes again.
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