Thursday, September 27, 2018

Obama Immigration Policy at Work

Some news from the immigration front. A man named Ramon Alberto-Escobar, originally from El Salvador, in the United States illegally, deported six times, was arrested for attacking homeless people… three of whom have died.

ICE has just issued a statement, to the effect that Obama administration immigration policy had allowed Alberto-Escobar to remain in the United States.

Tyler O’Neil explains on Pajamas Media:

On Monday, police arrested Ramon Alberto-Escobar, an illegal immigrant from El Salvador who has been deported six times, for seven attacks on homeless people in California. Three of the victims allegedly beaten by Alberto-Escobar have died. On Wednesday, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) issued a statement noting that the Obama administration had released him.

"U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) filed a detainer against unlawfully present Salvadoran national Ramon Alberto-Escobar following his arrest Sept. 24 in Los Angeles for murder," Paige Hughes, an ICE spokesman, declared in a statement.

Hughes noted that "Alberto-Escobar was ordered removed from the U.S. by a federal immigration judge in February 1988 and has been removed to El Salvador six times between 1997 and 2011. Alberto-Escobar also has six felony convictions for burglary and illegal reentry."

Yet ICE released this illegal immigrant in the very last days of the Obama administration.

"After illegally reentering the U.S. following his most-recent removal Alberto-Escobar filed an appeal of his immigration case with the Board of Immigration Appeals in June 2016, which the courts granted in December 2016," Hughes added. "ICE released him from custody on an Order of Supervision in January 2017 pursuant to the court’s decision."

As you can imagine, no one will report this story. It does not fit the narrative.


Sam L. said...

But it was reported somewhere. Apparently, on local TV. Still, it was in California, which doesn't care about illegal alien criminals.

Dr. Irredeemable Dreg said...

All criminals should relocate to CA. illegal or otherwise. It's a more criminal-friendly state.

Sam L. said...

Not that Cali much cares about their native-born criminals, either.