Caught on video – illegals try to kill Texas law enforcement officer

Cross Posted From Border Pundit 

They are peaceful people. They just come here to work. All they want to do is earn money to support their families. That’s what the open borders folks will try to tell you if you let them. The truth is that many illegals come here to sell drugs, rape women and little girls, and kill law enforcement officers. Look at this dashcam video and watch the two illegals try to kill Trooper Steven Stone, just because Stone found an open container of alcohol and a bag of marijuana. You can read the story here. Here’s an excerpt:

At about 9 p.m. March 22, Stone was patrolling Texas Highway 31 East when he attempted to pull over the pickup for speeding. He told dispatch that the vehicle “didn’t want to stop,” but the video showed it eventually pulled over to the side of the road. Stone asked the driver, Ramos, who was wearing a long black jacket, to exit the truck and to stand behind it.

When asked if he had any weapons, Ramos said he had a knife. Ramos also told Stone that the passenger, Francisco Saucedo, was a friend of his. Ramos handed him identification.

When Ramos said he was on painkillers, Stone began looking inside Ramos’ jacket. He asked what was in his pocket and as Ramos reached for it, a bag fell to the ground. He told Stone it was “weed” and the trooper laid it on top of his car and said, “I got a bag full of drugs here.”

Stone told him to take off his jacket and he laid it on the truck. Stone told Ramos he was under arrest, and as the trooper grabbed his hands to handcuff him, the passenger door flew open. Stone yelled at the passenger to get back in the vehicle, but at that time, Ramos pulled a handgun and shot Stone, who was only a few feet away. The passenger, Saucedo, also shot at Stone.

Stone fell into a ditch and was out of sight of the camera. Ramos and Saucedo kept firing at him until their guns were empty, then got back in the truck and sped away. Meanwhile, Stone was screaming in pain and yelling for help. He crawled back to his car and radioed for assistance – “I’ve been shot.”

Stone’s breathing and speech were labored as he told a dispatcher his location. “My shoulder is killing me,” he said.

There is a long and harrowing account of the pursuit of the pickup, with the two illegals inside firing back at officers and deputies. I’m sure these two were chanting “Si se puede” as they reloaded and prepared to shoot again. Aren’t we proud to have them as guests in our country? Aren’t we happy to promote “multiculturalism” and try to embrace their unique way of life?

I think the story about this was on Fox News, but I don’t see a transcript. Trooper Stone’s statement at the end was powerful and moving. He believes that the two illegals have brought the community together and made it stronger. Next time an illegal tries to commit a crime he will face some determined opposition.

During victim impact statements, Stone said Ramos’ actions only strengthened Stone’s convictions of who he is and what he does, as well as made heroes out of a citizen and the officers. He said he didn’t know what Ramos’ intentions were and he prayed that God would forgive him.

We should definitely open our borders and allow the illegals to swarm into our country so they can commit horrific crimes like these guys did. /sarcasm

**This was a production of The Coalition Against Illegal Immigration (CAII). If you would like to participate, please go to the above link to learn more. Afterwards, email the coalition and let me know at what level you would like to participate.


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