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Illegal alien Carlos Eduardo Arevalo Carranza released nine times from sanctuary jails before allegedly murdering woman

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Illegal alien Carlos Eduardo Arevalo Carranza released nine times from sanctuary jails before allege

The alleged murderer of a 59-year-old woman was in jail nine times in California before the murder occurred. All six times, ICE had a detainer placed on him which would have allowed the illegal immigrant to be taken into custody before being released. All six times, the detainers were ignored due to sanctuary laws.

Carlos Eduardo Arevalo Carranza, 24, allegedly stabbed Bambi Larson to death in her San Jose home late last month. He was captured on Monday, which marked the tenth time he had been captured in the state. Unfortunately, sanctuary laws that took effect in January, 2018 allowed him to be released back into the population despite the ICE requests.

But according to county officials, his release was ICE’s fault.

“ICE should’ve gotten a warrant here. They could’ve gotten a warrant here,” said County Counsel James R. Williams, at a press conference late Wednesday afternoon. “And the county’s practice has always been to honor warrants that are issued.”

My Take

Williams should be ashamed of himself. All who support the sanctuary city policy in California and other areas of the country should be ashamed. They are willfully putting American citizens at risk in order to protect criminal illegal immigrants.

If you’re wondering why you haven’t heard of this, it’s because most in the media are willfully ignoring it. We are an independent, crowdfunded news outlet. We rely on our readers to support us with donations so we can continue to bring stories like this to light. With the problem of sanctuary protections spreading across America and affecting those who aren’t even in sanctuary cities or states, it’s important these stories get told.

Let’s be crystal clear about this. Bambi Larson would almost certainly be alive today if California cared as much about its legal residents as it cared about protecting criminal illegal immigrants. One can argue all they want about the benefits of the “undocumented,” but defense of criminals is heinous. Carlos Eduardo Arevalo Carranza was not simply undocumented. He had behaved in a violent criminal manner in the past but his status as an illegal immigrant gave him more protections than legal immigrants. He was saved by the state of California and allegedly committed a horrible crime as a result.

It’s unlikely California or any other far-left areas of the country will acknowledge the damage they do to America and its citizens. They’ll just continue to make excuses for their obtuse policies and anti-American ideologies.

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