Tuesday, October 15, 2019

Alleged gang murderer resettled as ‘unaccompanied’ child migrant shielded by WA sanctuary 4 times

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How many murderers are roaming around in King County, Washington, because of its sanctuary policies for illegal aliens? It seems like there’s a new horror story every day.
Carlos Daniel Carillo-Lopez is accused of luring Josue Flores, a rival gang member, into Goldsmith Park in King County, Washington, and pistol-whipping him before shooting him to death. The murder took place at midnight on April 3, but it wasn’t until last week that police arrested Carillo-Lopez and three other suspects involved.
Now, an ICE spokesperson tells me, in response to an inquiry from CR, that the main suspect is an illegal alien. “Accused murderer, Carlos Daniel Carillo-Lopez, is a citizen of Guatemala and in the United States illegally. Carillo-Lopez is a known associate of the Crossroads Locos 13, who originally came to the U.S. as an unaccompanied child,” said the spokeswoman for ICE’s Seattle office. “On April 15, 2015, U.S. Border Patrol (USBP) encountered and arrested Carillo-Lopez as an unaccompanied child near Sasabe, Arizona, and issued him a notice to appear the following day. He was then transferred to the custody of the Office of Refugee Resettlement and later released on an order of recognizance to a sponsor in Texas.”
A great many of the youths whom we are resettling in this country under the UAC program are not victims of trafficking, but are dangerous gang members. It remains the most unchecked loophole at our border and poses a tremendous security threat to every city in this country.
And the national policies are aggravated by Washington state’s sanctuary policy, refusing to honor ICE detainers no matter the severity of the crime.
It turns out Carillo-Lopez was in police custody several times both before and after the murder was committed, and each time, authorities ignored ICE detainers. “This is yet again another example of sanctuary policies shielding criminal aliens who prey on people in their own and other communities from immigration enforcement,” said Tanya Roman, an ICE spokeswoman. “As Carillo-Lopez’s crimes increased in severity, local officials chose to release him, time and time again, over immigration detainers that could have taken him off the streets.”
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