DOJ Unseals Federal Arrest Warrant for Kate Steinle Illegal Alien Killer Jose Zarate…

The Department of Justice unsealed an arrest warrant Friday for Jose Inez Garcia Zarate, the illegal immigrant acquitted Thursday in Kate Steinle’s murder trial.

There is an existing federal detainer that requires this defendant to be remanded into the custody of US Marshals Service to be transported to the Western District of Texas pursuant to the arrest warrant.

Jose Zarate was acquitted of first- and second-degree murder, involuntary manslaughter and found not guilty of assault with a semi-automatic weapon. He was found guilty of possessing a firearm by a felon.

ICE Deputy Director Tom Homan stated: “San Francisco’s policy of refusing to honor ICE detainers is a blatant threat to public safety and undermines the rule of law. This tragedy could have been prevented if San Francisco had turned the alien over to ICE, as we requested, instead of releasing him back onto the streets.”

From the White House:

Yesterday’s verdict in San Francisco underscores the danger to public safety when our Nation fails to enforce its laws. Kate Steinle was killed by an illegal immigrant and convicted felon who had been deported from the United States five times. He, and countless other criminal illegal immigrants like him, should never be allowed to threaten our citizens.

It’s more important now than ever for Congress to secure our borders and provide the resources, including more ICE officers, needed to deport criminal illegal aliens and to finally stop sanctuary city policies that cause needless loss of innocent life. Politicians who fail to address these needs share responsibility for preventable crimes committed against innocent Americans.

Had San Francisco enforced our Nation’s immigration laws, the Steinle family would be celebrating this holiday with all of their loved ones. (LINK)

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205 Responses to DOJ Unseals Federal Arrest Warrant for Kate Steinle Illegal Alien Killer Jose Zarate…

  1. MaryfromMarin says:

    “Nice illegal immigrant you got there. Be a shame if anything happened to him…”

    Liked by 37 people

  2. Pam says:

    This is the only way for the family to get some real justice!

    Liked by 9 people

    • fleporeblog says:

      This beautiful young girl’s death and the fact her father held her as she died will be the DEATH 💀 of every single Democrat as well as every single RINO that wants to push this BS for the DREAMERS! The DREAMERS is the perfect name for the illegals. Kate Steinle will no longer be able to DREAM about her wonderful future. Her family has NIGHTMARES while they are asleep and DREAMING.

      I have and continue to pray that these POS force the shutdown of our government for their DREAMERS. Charlie Hurt was on Sean’s show tonight. He was giddy that the Democrats are going to continue this fight. He said that the percentage of Americans that want Americans protected versus illegals was 80% to 20%.

      I hope our President tells Mitch McConnell and Paul Ryan not to negotiate an extension through the CR process. Let December 8, 2017 be the official date that the Democrat Party DIES! They will be voted out in massive numbers in 2018!

      Liked by 30 people

      • seabrznsun says:

        The federal detainer statement did a good deed to include the city’s neglect in turning him over the ICE officials as required by law. That leaves a huge door open for the family to cause the city to have to drop much of the federal funds they received should they decide to do so.
        If the swamp critters add the dreamers in the CR, I hope and believe our President will refuse to sign it. Let the government come to a halt.

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      • Kaco says:

        I had heard that the family is suing the city of San Francisco, but also ICE. I wonder why they don’t sue the San Francisco PD that wouldn’t release the illegal alien to ICE and instead released him onto the streets. I’m not sure what ICE did wrong.

        I am glad something is being done. I hope when the wall is built, we deport his ass back to whence he came so we don’t have to pay for his welfare.

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        • kroesus says:

          they had a suit right after her death and some lib judge dismissed it for lack of standing

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        • JoAnn Leichliter says:

          I think he was detained another time and ICE failed to pick him up.

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          • Carrie2 says:

            JoAnn,SEVEN times he left and then came back and SF is one very sick city along with LA and several others in America. What happened to loving your country and protecting it? Most of the time they release these creeps so not there for ICE, but now ICE, thank God, is moving on these creeps on streets, businesses, you name it. My question: how can the residents in these cities allow this? Are we to assume that they hate our country as well? All mayors, council members and governors using sanctuary anything need to be arrested, thrown in jail and paying huge fines for endangering citizens.

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            • Amy Kirby says:

              I wonder if this happened to the daughter of public defenders Matt Gonzalez, Jeff Adaci, or Mayor Ed Lee would they feel the same?

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      • Stringy theory says:

        Damn right Flep. I am so angry over this. I will not support any politician who wants rights for these illegal invaders.

        Liked by 11 people

      • Plain Jane says:

        Dec. 8 is the holy day known as the Immaculate Conception. Just sayin’.

        Liked by 5 people

      • Christie says:

        I sobbed this morning as I read the verdict and thought of my own children and grandchildren and imagined myself in this particular situation. So many things crossed my mind, things such as, “Could I forgive this man for what he has done?” God be with Kate’s family and friends and so many others who have experienced such a miscarriage of justice. I pray that they may experience joy and peace in Jesus’ name.

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      • Carrie2 says:

        fle, everyone here should email our president about this and telling Congress what they can and should do – let the democrats close down the government because it is time they face the truth that they caused all the others. However, since they are the 2 parties in 1, we can pray and hope for once they are frightened of elections in 2018 and our wanting the names of all sexual predators in both parties and all monies repaid by them back to us and they be removed as the criminals they are, as we don’t allow these predators to be scott free on the streets so they need to face the same laws as the streeters. Draining the Swamp must continue in any and every way we can get it done. Why is it even necessary for the republicans in Congress even delay or change this means they want things their way but better wake up to reality that we are the government and they are mere elected/hired employees and nothing more – because we are fed with their greed, lies, cheating, representing outsiders and not us, and so much more.

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    • auntiefran413 says:

      THERE IS STILL HOPE FOR JUSTICE IN THIS COUNTRY!

      Liked by 3 people

    • sedge2z says:

      remember when President Trump read this to us?
      “The Snake” Take me in oh tender woman:

      But instead of saying thanks, the snake gave her a vicious bite!
      “Take me in, oh tender woman
      Take me in for heaven’s sake
      Take me in, tender woman,” sighed the snake
      “Now I saved you,” cried the woman
      And you’ve bit me, even why?
      And you know your bite is poisonous and now I’m going to die”
      “Ah shut up, silly woman,” said that reptile with a grin
      “Now you knew darn well I was a snake before you brought me in
      Please, take me in, oh tender woman
      Take me in, for heaven’s sake
      Take me in, tender woman,” sighed the snake, sighed the snake.

      Liked by 6 people

      • Rebecca Bosco says:

        Yes! I remember that. I thought it was so awesome at the time- even more so now as he is fighting the very thing he was trying to demonstrate and show in the parable.

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  3. Fred says:

    Maybe the other inmates will ta good care of him. He should be subject to the “3 strikes and you are out” rule in Californication. Since he is an illegal immigrant, they will probably waive that rule. He need a life sentence without parole.

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    • Gil says:

      The liberals and their voters, including illegals, have watered down our 3 strikes law. Please note:

      Proposition 36:

      Revises the three strikes law to impose life sentence only when the new felony conviction is “serious or violent.”
      Authorizes re-sentencing for offenders currently serving life sentences if their third strike conviction was not serious or violent and if the judge determines that the re-sentence does not pose unreasonable risk to public safety.
      Continues to impose a life sentence penalty if the third strike conviction was for “certain non-serious, non-violent sex or drug offenses or involved firearm possession.”
      Maintains the life sentence penalty for felons with “non-serious, non-violent third strike if prior convictions were for rape, murder, or child molestation.”

      https://ballotpedia.org/California_Proposition_36,_Changes_in_the_%22Three_Strikes%22_Law_(2012)

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    • No, he needs a bullet to the head – period!

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  4. WSB says:

    Thank goodness. Maybe some righting of the wrong.

    Liked by 4 people

  5. nor'easter says:

    Once the feds get him, he can stay for a long time!

    Liked by 2 people

    • seabrznsun says:

      We don’t want him under the control of the feds any longer than it takes to deport him to the most southern point of wherever he came from and placed in the most hideous of jails. This could become a great bargaining chip in NAFTA. All deported illegal aliens go to awful Mexican jails for as long as they can survive there.

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  6. maybe a inmate will take care of this problem.

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  7. I ain’t no legal eagle, but it seems you could charge some San Francisco officials with something…. dereliction of duty or something, accomplice to murder…

    If we can’t hold the officials personally responsible somehow–I don’t see it stopping.

    These radicals are political kamikazes

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    • wheatietoo says:

      Totally agree, Joe Dan.

      A) Those officials are breaking our immigration laws.
      B) They are encouraging others to break those laws.
      C) They are creating an incentive for the illegal invaders to come here to their criminal hideout city.

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    • WSB says:

      8 US Code 1324, 18 to life. And at least the sheriff, not sure about other city officials, but it is time.

      https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/8/1324

      Liked by 11 people

    • Deborah @UnTamedInSD says:

      how about starting with
      18 U.S. Code Chapter 115 – TREASON, SEDITION, AND SUBVERSIVE ACTIVITIES

      Liked by 11 people

      • I must have been reading your mind above: SEDITION!

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        • Bull Durham says:

          To organize forces against the Constitution as the Liberals running the Blue States and the judges of the Federal Courts in those states have done is pure Sedition.

          John Brown was less a seditious leader than Jerry Brown. The governor has led an insurrection against the Rule of Law and the Constitution and is dividing off a magnificent state from the Republic to which it belongs.

          Time to crush this lawless rebellion. Bring in the troops and return California to the Union.

          Liked by 13 people

          • Thecleaner says:

            Im sure Sessions is working on it secretly. These things take time so be patient.
            Managed to bring charges on this guy in less than 24hrs though…I guess thats because all the evidence is already known, and an investigation was already conducted…hang on a minute…!!!

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            • wearyant says:

              Thecleaner, I agree. Having worked in a law office in my salad days, I would say the papers on this Zarate thug were drawn and ready days ago. One of the most sad cases I’ve seen.

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          • Sylvia Avery says:

            And now we know why the state of California paid BIG BUCKS to hire Eric Holder to consult with them in their seditious activities. Probably to keep them just inside the legal line or something.

            Liked by 4 people

            • redridge45 says:

              Agree Sylvia, also we know what follows Holder…public unrest and rioting…surely he’s ‘consulting’ for more than legal advice. I can only think the worst with Holder here but I have faith that this has been planned for by our President/Admin (like just about everything else encountered) and CA does have lots of military to assist (to put it mildly). MAGA

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    • kroesus says:

      unfortunately “cousin” there exists a protocol called “sovereign immunity” where government officials are protected from lawsuits and other legal accountability for negligence and incompetence even when they willfully endanger citizens like was done here

      Liked by 1 person

      • mike says:

        Back in the old days, with more horses, buggies and rope, “Sovereign Immunity” might make a good name for a fast horse…

        Liked by 8 people

      • LafnH2O says:

        To H3LL with sovereign immunity!!!

        You sign off on it…
        YOU OWN IT.

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        • LafnH2O says:

          Apologies .
          Bit po’d.

          This IS the “hired help”…
          We’re talkin about!!

          Federal – State -Local…
          Elected types.
          Right!?

          The hired help . .

          Tellin US what they Will and Won’t do????

          Seditious Conspiracy

          18 U.S. Code § 2384 – Seditious conspiracy

          If two or more persons in any State or Territory, or in any place subject to the jurisdiction of the United States, conspire to overthrow, put down, or to destroy by force the Government of the United States, or to levy war against them, or to oppose by force the authority thereof, or by force to prevent, hinder, or delay the execution of any law of the United States, or by force to seize, take, or possess any property of the United States contrary to the authority thereof, they shall each be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than twenty years, or both.

          (June 25, 1948, ch. 645, 62 Stat. 808; July 24, 1956, ch. 678, § 1, 70 Stat. 623; Pub. L. 103–322, title XXXIII, § 330016(1)(N), Sept. 13, 1994, 108 Stat. 2148.)

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    • A2 says:

      The sanctuary city issue is complicated legally. San Fran, is what is called a ‘charter city’ which under the California State gov. gives it special exemptions under the Home rule doctrine, by actions by the State under their constitution. The problem is at the State level that has been captured by the left that politically makes the state sympathetic to their political and legal actions as constituted.

      So, cutting to the quick, it is the State of California vs the Federal government that is the issue, federalism vs state’s rights that has made this a mare’s nest of obfuscation of the original intention in the US constitution. Those who are interested may wade through the Dillion vs Cooley debate and the Supreme Court decisions since the late 19th century.

      AG Sessions I am confident will dot i’s and cross t’s to make sure his case against sanctuary cities gets done and dusted, whilst preserving the compact of states rights in the process under the original interpretation of the Constitution. This is important as the US goes forward and to preserve that remarkable, and world changing document, The Constitution of the United States.

      (Justice Scalia, you are missed)

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      • 108nams says:

        SF is known as “The City and County of San Francisco,” soon to be Planet SF. Cut all federal funding NOW!!

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      • Nordic Breed says:

        While all possible legal redress should be explored against governmental entities guilty of throwing citizens rights out the window, for all patriots San Francisco should be ostracized as a vacation and convention/conference location. The government needs to suffer economic deprivation from the taxes spent by travelers. If companies located there can afford to move elsewhere they should do so. A once beautiful city has been morally and politically destroyed. Now it should be economically destroyed. Maybe then something good will rise from the ashes.

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    • 108nams says:

      What we don’t hear from the news is how that SF jury was selected, although it would be easy to stack a lib jury in SF. This outrageous verdict reminds me of the OJ trial too.

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    • Maquis says:

      They fidn’t just deliberately fail to honor the Fefetal request to turn him over. It’s much MUCH worse, and I’m really surprised I don’t hear anyone talking about this.

      They didn’t simply fail to give him to the Feds, they TOOK HIM FROM THE FEDS!! By demanding that the Feds not take action or deport him as his prison term for another felony was ending, they got him sent to San Fran.

      In mere days, the prosecutor that demanded him turned around and dropped the charges! It was a twenty year old marijuana charge. California, San Francisco, never intended to prosecute him. Ever.

      They committed fraud, played games with the Feds to get a poor poor pitiful illegal INVADER plucked out of the jaws of justice so he could be turned out on the streets. Again.

      It’s one thing to be intransigent with their noses in the air ignoring the Feds’ detainer. They manipulated the rules and played the Feds, they LIED, committed gross criminal FRAUD, to knowingly rescue this piece of Human shaped EVIL from being removed from a position to harm our innocents.

      I hope and pray that that particular ploy costs those involved their freedom, or worse. I hope PDJT is looking into that. This Sanctuary City Evil has to end.

      💀😠💀😡💀

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    • wrd9 says:

      Sessions should do what the Obama administration did to many conservatives – make the process be the punishment. Having to shell out for lawyers’ fees and lost time – bringing families to the brink or actual bankruptcy. Of course, unlike the Obama administration, there would be valid reasons to bring charges.

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  8. Jacqueline Taylor Robson says:

    The family are all for “sanctuary city” even after all of this! Liberals are just unfathomable to me!

    Liked by 8 people

    • Because to let reality in would engulf them in even more emotional pain. Defensive mechanism.

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    • Sunshine says:

      I was reading a scientific report today regarding the cortex of the brain and how it is almost impossible to change one’s political or religious opinion when challenged (slow and progressive wiring of the brain).
      This story reminds me of a pro-illegal German mayor whose daughter was violently raped and thrown somewhere by an illegal, and the father was still in favor of illegals.

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      • Donna in Oregon says:

        Some people don’t like their kids.

        That is a fact.

        Progressives believe you have to crack some eggs to make an omelet. That’s a nice colloquialism that means Progressives can abort their kids at any age……

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      • Wait. I don’t believe it is nearly impossible to change one’s religious/political opinions. I’ve changed mine plenty over the years.This sounds like an excuse to drug or genocide groups who are not in favor/power.

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    • No different than victims families who blame the gun, not the person who pulls the trigger.

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  9. emet says:

    The mystery that should be investigated is why the killer was brought to SF, and why the Sheriff held him 18 days betind his release date. The Sheriff sent two officers on an 800 mile trip to pick this guy up on a very old minor marijuana charge. Normally the office making the wants/warrants query would call the originating department, and this department would then decline to cone and serve the warrant. He would then stay in the computer system with hundreds of thousands of others with outstanding warrants.

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  10. drkate says:

    Wonder if the rest of the sealed indictments and arrest warrants are for city and county officials declaring sanctuary cities? Or mayor of Berkeley, etc?

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  11. FL_GUY says:

    Since this career criminal was so anxious to keep coming back illegally to the USA, I think we should let him stay permanently. Rather than supporting him with food stamps, disability, ssi and ebts, let’s give him free room and board in Leavenworth. It will be cheaper in the long run.

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    • M. Mueller says:

      Prefer to give him 6 feet of soil.

      Liked by 5 people

      • New Nonna to be Again!!! says:

        He doesn’t deserve an INCH of our beloved America soil. Burn him an scatter him to the wind. Nonsense treating him to anything better.

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        • Maquis says:

          Not ON our soil either.

          Give him a burial at sea. I’m sure Anti-President Hussein would be pleaded to officiate, seeing as how concerned he was for the eternal welfare of Osama bin Laden.

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        • Steven says:

          On 12/1/17 Kate Steinle became America’s daughter. Her name will be immortalized and remembered like “ the Alamo” in America forever. The piece of garbage that murdered her will be forever forgotten. Immortalize her name on our new border wall in stone!!!

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    • Dave says:

      I served a couple years on fed grand jury in South Florida. We had lots of cases where we indicted illegal entry perps, and more than not, they were multiple time offenders. It got to the point that when the ICE agent came into our room, it was like seeing an old friend! It’s so easy for these punks to come back, that I feel they should be forced to do hard labor before we send them back. And let the other prisoners know they molested little kids. Then the problem will solve itself.

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  12. POP says:

    Felon with a firearm? Up to a 15 year sentence is available, I believe.
    Sessions will probably recuse himself.

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    • Bull Durham says:

      Roll the Tucker tape POP. Sessions will win this battle against lawless Sanctuary cities.

      Liked by 4 people

      • POP says:

        The murder perp is an easy prosecution to support, even for Sessions.
        Now assess him when it really matters…..
        http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2017/12/failed-compromised-ag-jeff-sessions-goes-tucker-carlson-refuses-condemn-mueller-witch-hunt-video/

        Disgusting Uniparty pearl clutcher and quisling, don’t you think?

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        • A2 says:

          You are dissembling and conflating two different issues. Read the above link. An indictment has been unsealed. This illegal alien is to be prosecuted.

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          • POP says:

            🙂 Can you imagine Holder not defending Obama to the death in similar circumstances?

            Our buddy Mueller who is there because of Sessions deliberate inaction has picked a group of left / activist / ex Obama staff lawyers as his prosecuting team.
            Giving you a hint yet, is it?

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            • A2 says:

              Why would you defend AG Holder’s clearly politicized abuse of his constitutional powers?

              AG Sessions is following the Law as enumerated by the Constitution. You may want heads on pikes, but I believe AG Sessions believes in the Law, so constituted, and will prosecute, as he has done so already. What you deem inaction, I believe is circumspection and a strong and abiding understanding of Constitutional Law.

              At the end of the day, whatever political view you may believe or agitate for still must come before the bar. Maintaining the integrity of the bar, is essentially for rule of Law , not Men.

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              • POP says:

                And there I was thinking you were getting it. Silly me.

                Liked by 1 person

              • POP says:

                You’ve gotta be original if possible.

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              • G. Combs says:

                They are NOT inside the legal line at all!

                Actually they completely blew it by defiantly stating the are a sanctuary city.state and by refusing to turn of a five time deported THUG.

                See Deprivation of rights under the Color of the Law below.

                Because of the actions of Californicate’s SJWs Kate was deprived of her RIGHT to LIVE.

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              • G. Combs says:

                A2 says: “AG Sessions is following the Law… What you deem inaction, I believe is circumspection and a strong and abiding understanding of Constitutional Law.”

                I am glad to see you also understand. Like everyone else I want to see marxist heads on pikes decorating the National Mall but it MUST be done LEGALLY or the USA becomes nothing but another third world Strongman Hellhole.

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          • average Joe says:

            What was the actual charge

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        • TomF says:

          Sorry Pop, you are wrong on this.
          Pure projection. You’ve been misled.

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          • POP says:

            🙂 You must be taking about the UK or Australian system. This is the US, there are no standards of lawyer behaviour in front of a camera. This is the country where prosecutors give press conferences on the Court room steps every morning proclaiming.
            Sessions can use nuanced language to support PTrump. He refuses to do that. As predicted.

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  13. SteveC says:

    I’d really enjoy it if the San Francisco folks that allowed this to happen were prosecuted under Bill Clinotn’s Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act of 1996. It would be great to see the Police Chief, the Mayor and anyone else who signed off on this illegal policy to spend more time in jail than the illegal alien they freed.
    Bring back the Rule of Law!

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  14. yakmaster2 says:

    Let Zarate’s liberal public defender chew on this arrest warrant and probable federal charges until he chokes. As for the jury in his trial, I’m guessing they now know what a big majority of Americans thinks about their loony verdict and their loony city.

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  15. pam2246 says:

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    • Lucille says:

      Too bad we don’t still have hard-labor prisons we could put this killer into.

      Liked by 9 people

    • kinthenorthwest says:

      It was a felony for Zarate to recross the American border after deportation. Since Zarate did it several times then he had/has multiple felonies.
      If one looks at the Zarate he was committing a felony 24/7 while in the USA. When someone dies during the commission of a crime then they are guilty of murder, regardless of who pulls the trigger. Since someone died during the commission of a crime he should have at least been guilty of manslaughter.

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    • Donna in Oregon says:

      If it is possible to step back and look at the whole picture in San Francisco obviously the DOJ, and particularly AG Jeff Sessions should look for the pay-off. People in government don’t do something for nothing. We just found the Congressional “slush” fund. These criminals have all kinds of pay-to-play, Quid Pro Quo, it’s an oligarchy, with unlimited political and bureaucratic bribery

      It defies human nature to think this mayhem is welcomed based on “morals” or “values”. I call BS. They’re getting paid, and the money is good. There is no way these S.F. pols and bureaucrats are creating all this destruction without a pay-off. Smells like organized crime.

      Follow the money. They have dirty money somewhere….. RICO, forfeiture, compensation to the victims.

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  16. wheatietoo says:

    I think Zarate’s attorney came up with that ridiculous story about ‘found the gun’ and ‘stepped on the gun’.

    That attorney should be brought up on charges of suborning perjury.

    It was good to see AG Sessions jump on this.
    These cities that create safe havens for criminal alien invaders are breaking our Laws and there have to be consequences.

    Cut off their Fed funding and prosecute those mayors, for breaking our laws and encouraging laws to be broken by creating an incentive to come here illegally.

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    • mimbler says:

      I don’t see Sessions jumping on this. DOJ is “thinking about filing charges”
      This was a Texas federal court (which is part of DOJ) revoking parole because of a parole violation. That is required by law.

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    • Donna in Oregon says:

      The gun was stolen from a Federal officer. The illegal aliens just have to be in possession of the gun which this turd was in possession when he shot it.

      The state/local gun charges do not create double jeopardy because it is a Sanctuary City they are not going to punish this turd for being an illegal alien in possession of a firearm.

      It does make a difference as the Arizona Federal judge Susan What’s-her-face determined that the Feds decide the fate of illegals back when Obama was trying to stop AZ SB-1070.

      For God’s sake, you don’t even need to be a lawyer to understand this crap. What’s up with the DOJ/FBI/ATF? Are they mentally impaired now! Jeez!!

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  17. Lucille says:

    Will the leftie attorney who was so insulting and disgusting after the verdict continue as the killer’s counsel? If so, who will then foot the bills? Will the taxpayer be stuck with the cost from here on out?

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  18. kinthenorthwest says:

    Damn & now the word out there is that Jose Zarate plans on suing the city of San Francisco, which I bet the city will settle out of court.
    Tired of all these repeat criminals that so many sanctuary cities are letting getting away for one crime after another.
    Illegals commit a crime, & then either run to Mexico for a while and/or a sanctuary state/city.
    Tell you it is actually scary up here, for it seems like to many illegals feel entitled & like they can do whatever they want. On a weekly basis i hear on or see in the news crime committed by someone who is either illegal, anchor or DACA 4 out of 5 crimes. For this area that is a lot lately.

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    • joeknuckles says:

      There is no such thing as an illegal immigrant. Immigration is a process they chose not to take part in. They are illegal aliens. This killer was a perfect example of an alien living among us. He was never a part of the community, he was just a parasite living off the rest of us.

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      • kinthenorthwest says:

        They are all parasites

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      • Yes they are joeknuckles.

        And I have just a teeny, tiny problem with the statement from the White House.

        It keep referring to “criminal illegal immigrants” like Zarate and needing to be able to deport “criminal illegal immigrants”.

        I am not sure if the White House is trying to split hairs between “non-criminal illegal immigrants”, you now the average ordinary illegal immigrant who has not yet robbed, beaten, raped, tortured or murdered one of us yet.

        And a ” criminal illegal immigrant”, one who has committed a crime beyond entering our country without permission.

        Perhaps I am being overly critical.

        But to me they are all criminals and must go back.

        When they crossed the border illegally they broke the law.

        No more hair splitting please White House.

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        • G. Combs says:

          “No more hair splitting please White House.”

          President Trump still has to play politics until January 2019 when HOPEFULLY we give him a DEPLORABLE SENATE AND HOUSE.

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    • … and some I assume are good people …
      President Trump Escalator Speech

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    • Mashall says:

      The US has no idea how many serial killers exist in its borders because they are open.

      By illegally jumping on and off trains both within and across Mexico, Canada and the United States, generally crossing borders illegally, Reséndiz was able to evade authorities for a considerable time. He also had no fixed address. US government records show that he had been deported to Mexico at least four times since first entering the US in 1973.[5]

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/%C3%81ngel_Maturino_Res%C3%A9ndiz

      Confessed to/Suspected of 23 (16 in US, 7 in Mexico, for 23 total).

      BUILD THE WALL
      DEMAND REAL ID
      DEPORT ILLEGAL ALIENS AND VISA OVERSTAYS

      In addition, lack of required established ID coupled with open borders, we have no idea who is standing next to us in a crowd. Ask yourself, How many BOLO (Be on the lookout) for wanted criminal from Mexico, El Salvador, Hondouras, etc., have you seen in the US media. BB Texas (read for the images of the butchering) will show how much censorship is working on the US population. They butcher and burn victims on both sides of the border and rarely do authorities have the capacity or will to pursue the small killers, as if they even know their real name/ID.

      Google
      Mexico Cartel Murder Images

      When you are sufficiently grossed out, you’ll understand how much the Globalist Media hides this harsh reality to prevent the US from securing it’s borders and Identifying everyone within.

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      • Mashall says:

        …without (real ID, real background check) The unidentified lawn man cutting your grass today may be cutting your throat tomorrow.

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      • kinthenorthwest says:

        Oh I figured that a long time ago…A good % of the illegals that use coyotes commit numerous crimes to pay the fee of getting into America with drugs being the least of the crimes many of them have committed.

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  19. freddy says:

    Having lived on both side of the border I’d say this guy won’t last a week if some type of reward is available. I’d put a bounty but he’s crazy if he goes back. Every dope head will want to make a name or a couple grand……..Adios MOFO……

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  20. YvonnePearson says:

    The U S govt needs to sue the city of San Francisco.
    The citizens of the USA should sue the city of San Francisco. We are prisoners in our own country.
    The lawyers of illegal aliens must be stopped or we will end up losing everything.

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  21. georgiafl says:

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  22. joeknuckles says:

    How many other crimes/deportations does he have under other names? Has anybody ever checked to confirm that he was really physically deported and not just turned loose?

    The trial was politicized from the very start of jury selection by both the defense and the prosecution. Savage was spot on with his rants last night and today. It is time for federal troops to march into the banana republic that used to be California and take it back. We are American citizens and we need our country to stand up for us. We have been invaded by illegal aliens and our state government has been taken over by criminals operating under the color of law, empowered by illegal voting and massive election fraud for decades. We need to “Drive them out!”

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  23. bulwarker says:

    I have no faith in Sessions, hemming and hawing his way through that interview, admitting he will do nothing but follow the protracted legal battle against sanctuary cities. Withhold their money, so what if a liberal judge commands otherwise, what power do they have to enforce an unconstitutional ruling? What a joke this has all become. We fought a Civil War over nullification, this crisis has been solved. If these cities don’t want to follow Federal law send in the troops and occupy like its reconstruction.

    I know one thing, the Democrats play dirty and get things done. We follow the rules and lose, Sessions is a prime example of this. Do-Right Jeff followed the rules, recused himself, and now look at the mess. Did anyone under Obama ever do that? Nope…

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    • 🍺Gunny says:

      The interview/Sessions was very disheartening. But if you listen it is easy to see.
      He does not speak like an AG. He speaks like a Senator. He thinks like a Senator.
      He is the number one law enforcement person in the country with thousands of law enforcement officers at his command and he is talking about appeals and
      ah, ah, ah, we are working hard, ah, ah, we have to find a judge , ah, ah,
      Weak, very weak, he could hardly get thru the short interview and Tucker was giving him
      “The Face” like what is the guy talkin about”
      Jus saying

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    • 🍺Gunny says:

      The interview with Sessions was sad. But I do believe I figured it out. He does not talk like an AG. He talks like a Senator. He thinks like a Senator. Working on appeals?
      He has thousands of law inforcement officers at his command and he says he is looking for judges who will agree with him? ah, ah, ah, we are working hard ah, ah, ah,
      Then Tucker gave him “The Face” like who is this guy? Weak, He could hardly make it thru the interview.

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    • sedge2z says:

      Bulwarker is right.
      Democrats play dirty and get things done.
      Republicans follow the Law and fail, lose.
      Lots of us Treepers are researching & quoting laws that should be applied to Kate’s murderer. But why?
      Most of our US leaders are compromised, toothless and worthless.

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  24. Donna in Oregon says:

    The Armed Career Criminal Act (ACCA, 18 U.S.C. § 924(e)) is another federal gun law that requires a 15-year mandatory minimum sentence for anyone who possesses a gun or ammunition and also has three prior convictions for drug trafficking or violent felonies.

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  25. Donna in Oregon says:

    Court: illegal immigrants have no right to guns
    https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-immigrants-guns/court-illegal-immigrants-have-no-right-to-guns-idUSBRE8471BP20120508

    “Even those admitted on non-immigrant visas … are prohibited from having firearms and ammunition unless they secure a special waiver or happen to be hunters or diplomatic or law-enforcement officials here on business,” the judges wrote.

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  26. Donna in Oregon says:

    The DOJ can give this illegal alien murderer 10 years……Send him to prison please!

    Federal law (18 U.S.C. § 922[g][1-9]) prohibits certain individuals from possessing firearms,
    ammunition, or explosives. The penalty for violating this law is ten years imprisonment and/or a
    $250,000 fine. Further, 18 U.S.C. 3565(b)(2) (probation) and 3583(g)(2) (supervised release)
    makes it mandatory for the Court to revoke supervision for possession of a firearm

    http://www.rip.uscourts.gov/rip/supervision/firearmpossession/FirearmPossessionProhibition.pdf

    (5) an alien who is unlawfully in the United States or who has been admitted to the
    United States under a nonimmigrant visa;

    Possession of a firearm may be either actual or constructive. The latter has been defined as
    follows: “Constructive possession exists when a person knowingly has the power and intention at
    a given time of exercising dominion and control over the object or over the area in which the object
    is locate….” (See U.S. v Booth, et.al. 111 F.3d 2 [1st Cir. September 1997]).

    Okay, Jeff Sessions…..my work here is done. Roll up your sleeves and get busy fella!

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  27. C R Lord says:

    Sessions said absolutely nothing. Since when does the federal government have to get permission from states to close down a national security threat? Why can’t Jeff Sessions go to Jerry Brown with force behind him to compel him to shut down sanctuary throughout the entire state since it is a threat to the security and safety of the citizens. Why should our government have to provide some legislation to get the job done.

    Sessions should be able to say to every state that, based on the threat to our citizens, sanctuary cities and sanctuary states are a breach of federal law and those who are supporting and promoting them will have one week to get their act together or face 25 to 50 years in federal prison for deliberate violation of our laws thereby endangering our citizens and by extension our national safety and security. Since when do we cater to illegals and those who support their activities?

    I wish I had been sitting in on that interview. I would have asked Sessions directly why he won’t do his job and protect the citizens of the nation. I would further ask him when our nation consented to allow the states to tell the federal government what to do. Let’s go in and clean up all sanctuary cities and those who insist on keeping them going. A very stiff prison sentence for them and all who support them including the media.

    If we are to take our country back it will take drastic action such as we are not used to. Confront the evil head on and crush it under our feet. We had this issue in the past and it divided the nation. We don’t need another civil war; we just need to see the government enforcing existing laws and then creating other necessary laws to keep rebellious traitors in line.

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    • joeknuckles says:

      I like it. If the dirty politicians don’t comply with the law, they can be thrown in the lockup with the illegal aliens they love so much.

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    • ezpz2 says:

      @CRLord (great moniker),

      But when it comes to marijuana and asset forfeiture, AG Sessions suddenly pulls federal rank to supersede states rights.

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      • TomF says:

        If remembered correctly AG Sessions said he would follow the law (Federal) with regard to marijuana. It is still against Federal law. He is following the ‘rule of law’.
        Even if one disagrees with the law…….it is still the law.
        I would expect the top enforcement officer to follow the law.

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        • ezpz2 says:

          Yes, Tom. And you know what else falls under Federal Law? Yup, that would be immigration. Yet the Federal Govt has ceded power of enforcement (or lack thereof) not only to the states, but to the cities! And then Sessions goes on and on about the courts, It’s pathetic that he either doesn’t know the law, or selectively decides which ones he will and won’t enforce and which ones he will leave to the cities like San Francisco and to the courts.

          Immigration is a FEDERAL issue, and federal law trumps (no pun intended) states, cities and lefty judges. Period!

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      • C R Lord says:

        ezpz2 – The name actually is the answer to a prayer. I wrote and book and wanted a pen name rather than my own name so I asked the Lord to give me a name that pointed to him rather than me. He did just that. C. (see) R. (our) Lord. Praise the Lord! I serve a prayer answering God.

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    • olderwiser21 says:

      CR – I wish you were the AG!!!

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      • C R Lord says:

        olderwiser21 – Like you I am older and wiser than to get into that abominable mess and deal with it first hand every day. I value my sanity. I just turned 75 in September and with a wife, seven children, and nine grandchildren with two more on the way I have plenty to keep me busy. In addition I am building a website to challenge Christians while keeping up with a ministry site. My plate is full to overflowing. For this I praise the Lord Jesus Christ who turned me from a very wicked life to salvation in him almost 44 years ago.

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    • seabrznsun says:

      The only issue with your wonderful message would be I do not want the federal government being able to just walk into my State without my State’s permission. It’s alread set up that way and I agree with it.
      Perhaps the congress will get off their bums and carve out a law just for such occasions as this that won’t trample on States Rights.

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    • deqwik2 says:

      Remember what happened to Trump’s travel ban ?
      Same thing going on here with Sessions.

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    • akearn says:

      Agree, CR et al … this was a disappointing interchange. I’ll give him credit that he sounded beyond frustrated with federal judges, and it made me extremely happy that POTUS has the opportunity to, and is in the process of, overhauling the federal courts. Thank God POTUS is president.

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    • G. Combs says:

      “…Since when does the federal government have to get permission from states to close down a national security threat? Why can’t Jeff Sessions go to Jerry Brown with force behind him to compel him to shut down sanctuary throughout the entire state ….”

      JUDGES, JUDGES, JUDGES!!!

      WHY do you think we now have 144 federal judge vacancies and 44 appointed by President Trump and the Congress slow walking confirmation???

      Why do you think the REPUBLICANS are refusing to allow President Trump to make recess appointments?

      Could it Possibly be, that unlike everyone blaming Jeff Sessions, CONGRESS KNOWS THE JUDGE WHO TRIES THE CASE IS THE KEY??? Didn’t Jose the Murder’s trial just prove this point?

      5 Corrupt Judges & The Countless Lives They Tried To Destroy

      Think about what the Ninth Circus was able to do with an obviously legal EO.

      AND WHO HAS BEEN PICKING OUR JUDGES??? WHY GEORGE SOROS!!!!

      June 29, 2011 George Soros Buying Judges Now?

      George Soros Still Quietly Buying District Attorneys’ Seats
      “[…]Soros spent more than $7 million influencing local prosecutorial races in 2015 and 2016, The Washington Times reported.[…]”
      ……

      It is going to take time to unravel the damage done to our Rule of Law by George Soros and the rest of the ‘Progressives.’ Getting decent judges in place is THE CRITICAL FIRST STEP and the Swamp darn well knows it. That is why President Trump has not been ALLOWED by a REBOOBLICAN CONGRESS to fill those 144 vacancies.

      Start pounding on your Senators and ESPECIALLY pound on Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley if you want a return to the Rule of Law.

      “[…]Senate Republicans will soon have to decide whether to proceed with several key circuit court picks over the reticence of home-state Democratic senators.

      Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, Iowa Republican, has signaled that he may alter adherence to the blue slip policy, which is a tradition giving senators a sort of veto over judges picked from their home states who don’t meet with their approval.

      In the past, senators could derail a hearing and vote by not returning a blue slip.[…]”
      ~ (wwwDOT)whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2017/07/10/obstruction-alert-senate-democrats-hold-blue-slips-delay-trumps-federal

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      • Maquis says:

        That blue-slip crap was only for the days when it could takes weeks for a Senator to get word and return to Washington. That was its only purpose. It is neither law nor regulation. The necessity and justification expired with the advent of modern transportation.

        It is just another BullShit Senate “Tradition”/Trick to scam and manipulate and destroy. The contemptable Turtlehead won’t kill the rule because the Democrats playing those games are actually on his team. He gets to whine about their bad behavior, and rejoice in private his further injury of our Nation and President.

        I will celebrate McCain’s death, but McConnell’s passing may well prompt an even greater explosion of joy in my heary. I know I am not alone in this.

        💀

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      • TomF says:

        Thank you for you wise additions to this thread, G. Combs.

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    • TomF says:

      In favor of riots are we?

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      • C R Lord says:

        I am never in favor of riots. I am in favor of whatever it takes to end sedition and treason and other crimes against our nation and its citizens. Perhaps another civil war might be necessary to put that down. I don’t advocate rioting. That is Antifa.

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  28. Artist says:

    As the former District Attorney of San Francisco, hard left female obama wannabe Kamala Harris was directly responsible for the release of illegal alien dirtbag with a second grade education Jose Francisco Lopez Sanchez’s killing of Kate Steinle. She is responsible for his release from prison and for the directive not to contact ICE and her hands are not clean.
    Just let her try to run for POTUS in 2020 as some Dems hoped..an even more estrogenic obama…woot! Oh well, outside the Land of Fruits and Nuts, no way!

    Liked by 13 people

  29. zephyrbreeze says:

    We have overwhelming proof that to progressives, human life is cheap and disposable and not worth protecting or sustaining – unless it is useful to progressive causes.

    When they aren’t trying to abort us, or euthanize us, ration our healthcare, or take away our right to bear arms, they are allowing their political minions, illegal invaders, to prey on us like orcs.

    Progressives are killers, and illegal invaders are their agents of doom.

    Liked by 8 people

  30. Bull Durham says:

    In North Korea the parasites are inside the poor people of that nation.
    Here, the parasites are walking our streets and killing our loved ones.

    Liked by 8 people

  31. mari says:

    No justice for Kate. No amnesty for DACA.

    Liked by 5 people

  32. visage13 says:

    After the verdict was read, ICE should have scooped him and deported him immediately. On a different not how can the Dems shut down the govt? The Reps (spineless as they are) are the majority.

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    • kroesus says:

      not sure of rules for budget bills in particular but McTurtle’s decision to keep filibuster in place for all legislative issues I believe requires 60 votes for cloture on new measures

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  33. Archie says:

    There are a lot of GOP politicians and media people acting tough and shooting their mouths off. This is classic BCS (battered conservative syndrome) where the elite (politicians and Hannity) whip up the emotions of the masses knowing damn well nothing will happen.
    Don’t be fooled by this!
    Trump can hit this head on or do an end around by taking funds away from all kinds of entities. Don’t just hit police, hit the universities, the hospitals, transportation projects, water rights, power distribution, everything. The DOJ can decertify the SFPD and Sheriffs office. The Coast Guard could do 100% check of all vessels entering SF Bay including cruise ships.
    No more talk.

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  34. millwright says:

    What I find extremely puzzling about this case is how did a jury that didn’t “live under a rock for the past six years ” could rationally accept the defense’s contention the perp “didn’t know how a gun works ” . This guy was a serial border jumper with long-term exposure American media, which we know is rife with videos of people shooting pistols. Defense also claimed the accused wasn’t “smart enough” to “…understand how a firearm operates…” at which point I contend he wasn’t “smart enough ” to be permitted outside alone ! IAC, we’ve had ample example of the nature of our “peers” extant on the jury rolls in SFO ! Perhaps we ought to assign them a keeper ?

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    • Sylvia Avery says:

      I don’t know if this is true, but I was told that while juries are often made up of older folks it being easier for retirees to serve since they don’t have to get time off work, this jury was all young folk.

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    • Eskyman says:

      In CA (probably elsewhere too,) it’s absurdly easy for intelligent people to get out of doing jury duty. So once all the “smart” people remove themselves from the pool of available jurors, what do you have left? You have the dregs of society!

      Whether for good or bad, jury nullification is a real thing. In this case, we have a jury composed of San Franfreako residents, most of whom either aren’t smart enough to get out of serving- or perhaps who want to serve, so they can “sock it to The Man.”

      There’s a good chance that they are also rabidly pro-illegals, simply because they are living in that insane place, and it’s hard to imagine a Deplorable from Fly-Over Country living there and being chosen to be on that jury. The chances are even smaller, because the trial lawyers for the defense will make every effort to disqualify anyone who might want to convict.

      So it’s extremely doubtful that the jury was composed of what most of us would consider to be normal intelligent Americans, and even more doubtful that they love their country in the same way that most of us do.

      In this case I see it as sick freaks protecting one of their own. This isn’t the first time I’ve been disappointed in a verdict in CA! I would sure like to see jury duty being done by those who actually love the country, who understand what a wonderful thing it is that we can participate in making sure justice is done, and who are willing to stand up against judicial idiocy (we’re under the 9th Circus Court of Appeals here remember) to do the right thing.

      Sad as I am, I’m not holding my breath that this murderer will get what should be coming to him. He’s got Moonbat Brown and the whole cadre of Leftists marching in lockstep to protect him! Worse, they’ll continue to feel superior about it, and will continue to look down their noses at normal Americans who think this is an outrage and a travesty of justice.

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  35. got243kids says:

    The city that brought us Colin Kaper*ick.
    Was the launch point of the drug culture.
    Has been the debauchery capital of the United States for over 40 years.
    Gave us Nancy Pelosi and Diane Feinstein.

    And now? An enemy combatant of this country, kills an American, and walks free. What more does one need to realize:
    The poison of the west coast is oozing it’s way across the country… a cancer metastasized in California for decades, no longer fears repercussion, and will not stop until America is dead.

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    • Sylvia Avery says:

      And you know what? This Hispanic man, a poor immigrant, all he did was kill some white chick. Probably cisgendered, too. So I mean, on the continuum of value of human life when you apply identity polics, well, her life just wasn’t worth much, was it?

      It makes my skin creep. I’m feeling very expendable right now.

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  36. G. Combs says:

    “…Politicians who fail to address these needs share responsibility for preventable crimes committed against innocent Americans….”

    That is very interesting wording.

    Section 242 of Title 18 makes it a crime for a person acting under color of any law to willfully deprive a person of a right or privilege protected by the Constitution or laws of the United States.

    Yupper, The California governor, the Mayor of SanFrancisco and the Police Chief by KNOWINGLY REFUSING to turn Jose Zarete over to ICE, ARE in violation of this law.

    Now all we have to do is get some decent judges in place so these politicans can get a REAL TRIAL.

    Deprivation Of Rights Under Color Of Law
    “Summary:
    Section 242 of Title 18 makes it a crime for a person acting under color of any law to willfully deprive a person of a right or privilege protected by the Constitution or laws of the United States.
    For the purpose of Section 242, acts under “color of law” include acts not only done by federal, state, or local officials within the their lawful authority, but also acts done beyond the bounds of that official’s lawful authority, if the acts are done while the official is purporting to or pretending to act in the performance of his/her official duties. Persons acting under color of law within the meaning of this statute include police officers, prisons guards and other law enforcement officials, as well as judges, care providers in public health facilities, and others who are acting as public officials. It is not necessary that the crime be motivated by animus toward the race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin of the victim.
    The offense is punishable by a range of imprisonment up to a life term, or the death penalty, depending upon the circumstances of the crime, and the resulting injury, if any. “

    TITLE 18, U.S.C., SECTION 242

    Whoever, under color of any law, statute, ordinance, regulation, or custom, willfully subjects any person in any State, Territory, Commonwealth, Possession, or District to the deprivation of any rights, privileges, or immunities secured or protected by the Constitution or laws of the United States, … shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than one year, or both; and if bodily injury results from the acts committed in violation of this section or if such acts include the use, attempted use, or threatened use of a dangerous weapon, explosives, or fire, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than ten years, or both; and if death results from the acts committed in violation of this section or if such acts include kidnaping or an attempt to kidnap, aggravated sexual abuse, or an attempt to commit aggravated sexual abuse, or an attempt to kill, shall be fined under this title, or imprisoned for any term of years or for life, or both, or may be sentenced to death.

    https://www.justice.gov/crt/deprivation-rights-under-color-law

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  37. moe ham head says:

    lets get the baltimore police van to go pick him up its a very bumpy ride to texas from cali

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  38. Founding Fathers Fan says:

    There is a difference between a ‘detainer’ and an arrest warrant. I’m not a lawyer but I can read. A modified detainer has been issued, not a new arrest warrant. Commie-fornia will ignore this detainer, also.

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  39. NJF says:

    Very happy about this. Especially after the pig defense lawyer got done talking.

    Liked by 1 person

  40. bitterlyclinging says:

    Watch for whoever the Sanctuary City Judge be, in their final judicial proclamation and decision, instead of releasing Garcia Zarate into the custody of the waiting ICE agents, ferret Garcia Zarate out whatever secret judicial passageways meant for the judges afety and discrete egress in one final gesturing of the one fingered salute to the American people and especially to President Donald J Trump

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  41. Patricia Ingram says:

    Cant the Federal Government impeach or even jail these public officials & judges who arent upholding the law? There has to be some consequences to those in charge of these sanctuary cities!

    Liked by 1 person

  42. James W Crawford says:

    What is needed is Federal legislation to enable the families of people murdered by illegal aliens to bring civil suit under RICO statutes against sanctuary cities and sanctuary states for wrongful deaths. Barnkrupt them.

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  43. Coast says:

    How do these city mayors, state governors, and other officials get away with obstruction of federal laws? Man, the fed seems to be powerless when it comes to enforcing immigration laws.

    Liked by 1 person

  44. Rob says:

    We need a new law that makes public officials liable for any property damage or personal injury that results from their overt refusal to enforce existing law.

    The other thing is – it sounds as if this jury bought the “accidental discharge” defense theory. That was just about 100% predictable given the likelihood that NO ONE on that jury had ever handled a gun. The prosecution should have known this. I read that they apparently asked to examine the gun, but the judge told them he wouldn’t let them “experiment” with the evidence.

    It’s very hard to dissuade myself of the notion that the prosecution and the judge were in league with the defense to assure this result.

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  45. sukietawdry says:

    There hasn’t been a more putrid jury since the OJ trial.

    Liked by 1 person

  46. Aguila2011 says:

    Wouldn’t be surprised if they find this guy floating in the Bay.

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  47. C R Lord says:

    If you get tired of the bad news you can read the “good news” at my ministry site http://crlord.com

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