Friday, November 14, 2008

Another Illegal Alien Who Committed Murder Was Given Sanctuary In San Francisco

Today's San Francisco Chronicle has one more example of how a recent murder was committed by an illegal alien given sanctuary by the city's Sanctuary City policy.
A teenager accused of stabbing a 14-year-old boy to death in a gang-motivated attack had been given sanctuary from deportation under San Francisco's previous practice of shielding young illegal immigrant felons from federal authorities, records show.

Rony Aguilera, 17, known as "Guerrillero," has been charged as an adult in the July 31 sword attack in the Excelsior neighborhood that killed Ivan Miranda, who police say was an innocent victim caught up in an act of gang vengeance. Authorities believe Aguilera is an illegal immigrant from Honduras, but he was never referred to federal officials after being arrested last year in an assault case, according to records reviewed by The Chronicle.

Aguilera is the second person this year to be charged with murder in San Francisco after having been protected from possible deportation under city officials' now-discarded interpretation of a sanctuary ordinance that barred agencies from cooperating with federal efforts to round up illegal immigrants.

In June, Edwin Ramos, now 22, an alleged illegal immigrant from El Salvador who compiled a record of gang-related crimes as a juvenile, was accused of fatally shooting Anthony Bologna, 48, and his sons Michael, 20, and Matthew, 16, in their car in the Excelsior.

Police believe that, like Ramos, Aguilera is a member of the MS-13 (Mara Salvatrucha) gang.

Everyone from Dianne Feinstein (mayor when the sanctuary policy was established) to Greasy Gavin Newsom has blood on their hands, as far as I'm concerened.

There needs to be a federal investigation and punishment for city officials who have aided and abetted these lawbreakers, two of whom have now murdered citizens of San Francisco. But in the upcoming Obama Administration, that's just wishful thinking.

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