AUGUST 10, 2007
The recent murders of four young Americans at the hands of illegal immigrants with previous criminal records, demonstrates once again the U.S. governmentâ??s negligence in protecting its citizens from violent individuals who should have long been deported.
Within a few weeks illegal aliens with extensive wrap sheets ruthlessly killed the innocent youngsters in two different states; first a girl in Wisconsin and later three college-bound studentsâ??ages 18 to 20–in New Jersey.
In the first horrific incident, a 15-year-old girl who measured 5-foot-5 and weighed 95 pounds was strangled to death by a pair of illegal alien cousins as they tried to rape her. The men (Alejandro and Gilberto Gamboa) admitted they entered the country illegally six months ago and one had an outstanding warrant for an unrelated probation violation.
This week a Peruvian man living in the country illegally was charged with the gruesome execution-style murders of three college-bound students at a Newark schoolyard. A fourth student survived but was seriously wounded by the gunman.
The assailant, Jose Carranza, possessed quite a criminal record when he went on the murderous rampage. He had been arrested at least three times and had felony charges for aggravated sexual assault of a child and weapons violations. Yet he was free on bail and able to commit more atrocious crimes.
These are hardly the first violent illegal immigrants allowed to repeatedly victimize Americans. Itâ??s actually quite common for states and municipalities across the nation to release repeat illegal alien offenders without notifying federal immigration officials to have them deported.
In fact, a Justice Department audit revealed earlier this year that many states and cities that annually receive millions of federal dollars to participate in a program that aims to rid the country of criminal illegal aliens instead release multiple offenders up to six times.
In an alarming number of cases, county and city law enforcement agencies released illegal immigrants with serious criminal historiesâ??including weapons and drug chargesâ??without notifying the Department of Homeland Security to begin deportation proceedings.
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