America’s Open House

Sanctuary laws contributed to the murder of a Houston Police Officer…  

From WND 

If career criminal Juan Leonardo Quintero had been kept out of the country or in the clink, where he belonged, Houston police officer Rodney Johnson, father of five, would be alive today.

According to the Houston Chronicle, Johnson had stopped Quintero for a traffic violation and arrested him because he had no identification. During a pat-down search, Johnson failed to detect Quintero’s concealed weapon, which the thug then promptly used to shoot the officer four times in the head.

The Chronicle states that Quintero had been “deported as an illegal felon in 2004, following a charge of indecency with a child…Court records show Quintero was given deferred adjudication in that case.” Reentering the country after being convicted of an “aggravated felony” and deported is “an offense punishable with 20 years in jail.” Yet Quintero was out and about, gainfully employed and packing heat.

In addition to child molestation, Quintero’s criminal record included an arrest for driving while intoxicated, driving with a suspended license, and fleeing the scene of an automobile accident, which he presumably caused. (We’re not quite sure, since, as the list of offenses grew, the Chronicle shifted into the passive voice).

Houston’s police chief blamed the Federal Frankenstein for not protecting the borders. “It’s a federal law-enforcement issue, not a local law-enforcement issue,” goes the familiar chant. Ordinarily I’d say the chief’s blame-the-feds instincts were good, but not this time. Houston is a sanctuary city, as are New York, Chicago, San Diego, and Austin. Ushered in by brazen illegal-alien lobbyists, “These ‘sanctuary policies,’” explains Heather Mac Donald, “generally prohibit city employees, including the cops, from reporting immigration violations to federal authorities.”

Houston’s sanctuary policy goes beyond the call of duty—to illegal aliens, that is. Paraphrased, it instructs that unlawful entry into the US not be treated as an on-going offense; that its police officers not stop or apprehend individuals solely on the belief that they are in the country illegally; and that officers not make inquiries as to the citizenship status of any person. It gets worse. “Officers [can] contact the Immigration and Naturalization Service regarding a person only if that person is arrested on a separate criminal charge and the officer knows the prisoner is an illegal alien.”

**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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  1. Paula

    We need some way to compile a master list of all crimes committed by illegal aliens across the country, whether murder, rape, vehicular homocide or whatever. Is anybody doing that already and I’m just not aware of it?

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    If career criminal Juan Leonardo Quintero had been kept out of the country or in the clink, where he belonged, Houston police office…

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