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Sanctuary City Democrats

By Patrick Van Roy On August 9th, 2018

Watch the following Clip of Philly Mayor Kenny celebratory dance at  having Philadelphia declared immune from the Federal Government preventing it from being a Sanctuary City and then read the results of his action.

How a man here illegally got released, to be arrested again

Updated: AUGUST 8, 2016 — 7:26 PM EDT

by Stu Bykofsky, STAFF COLUMNIST

Let me introduce you to someone you don’t really want to know.

His name is Ramon Aguirre-Ochoa, or maybe Juan Ramon Vasquez – he uses aliases, which makes him hard to find in court records. His date of birth also is fluid, he has more than one. We are sure of his address since July 26 – Curran Fromhold Correctional Facility, where he is awaiting trial for raping a child.

He is in the country illegally, or “undocumented” as the Politically Correct say, so as to not hurt the feelings of those who break our laws.

He’s from Honduras and this isn’t his first illegal visit to Philadelphia. He was deported in May 2009, according to the Department of Homeland Security.

When he returned to the U.S., it was as a felon, because entry after deportation is a felony, but who really cares?

Immigration and Customs Enforcement does.

ICE learned Aguirre-Ochoa/Vasquez had returned when, after his arrest last month, his fingerprints matched those already in the federal data base.

ICE asked to be notified by Philadelphia Police before his release, so ICE could grab him.

Just as ICE had requested the last time.

The last time?

Oh, yes. ICE wanted to deport Aguirre-Ochoa/Vasquez in 2015 after charges of domestic aggravated assault were dismissed, according to police.

But they couldn’t because Philadelphia is a Sanctuary City that does not cooperate with the feds, violating the 1996 Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act. The foreign felon, who does not belong here, was released into the wind, free to do whatever he wanted.

While Department of Justice statistics show illegal immigrants have a lower crime rate than the native born, each crime committed by an illegal immigrant is one we didn’t have to have.

The multi-named defendant enjoys the presumption of innocence. Should he be convicted on current charges, I’m laying the agony of the victim at the feet of former Mayor Nutter, who ended cooperation with ICE after years of being brow beaten by the enablers of those here illegally.

In one of his last (and most surprising) official acts, Nutter reversed his 2014 executive order and restored city cooperation with ICE. I don’t know why he made a U-turn. He didn’t respond to requests for comment. Maybe he suddenly came to his senses and realized turning foreign felons loose is stupid and dangerous.

Little matter. In one of his first official acts, Mayor Kenney reversed Nutter’s reversal and restored Sanctuary City status.

It’s hard to imagine elected officials so anxious to coddle convicted foreign felons they would roll the dice with the safety of citizens, but Kenney is not alone.

There are 340 “sanctuaries” across the nation, each headed by a softheaded dunce who puts feeling good above public safety. Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson says Philly and Chicago are the worst offenders.

Under Kenney’s dangerous executive order, ICE will be notified only if the suspect has a conviction, but not just a conviction, it must be a felony. But not just a felony, it must be a first- or second-degree felony. But not just a first- or second-degree felony, it must also involve violence.

So good for (non-violent) drunken drivers, identity thieves and burglars. Feel free to offend, foreign felons! Philly’s got your back.

In a gigantic additional hurdle, the city demands ICE present a judicial warrant, the equivalent of an arrest warrant, which an ICE spokesman says is almost impossible because the crime has already been solved.

The executive order is carefully crafted to protect the guilty.

That’s what it did for Jose Palermos, 43, who in March 2013 was convicted of indecent assault on a 7-year-old girl. That got the sex offender on the Megan’s Law list, but it wasn’t enough to get the city to honor ICE’s detainer request. His was “only” a third-degree felony – a “minor” crime. Unless you were the minor.

Despite the city’s best efforts to protect this monster, ICE found and deported him to Mexico.

It was not an isolated incident. In July 2014, after serving time for first-degree felony aggravated assault, Maury Crousett-Garcia was released from Curran Fromhold.

The city ignored an ICE request to be notified and freed the convicted felon from the Dominican Republic. The only “documents” he had was his rap sheet.

Kenney’s executive order opens by saying “immigrants make significant contributions” to the city. Yes, but we are talking about illegal immigrants who break our laws.

Let’s say the undocumented Aguirre-Ochoa/Vasquez is not convicted. Under Philly policy, he will be turned loose again without ICE being notified, because that’s the way Kenney wants it. He has police protection, he can afford to gamble by freeing foreign felons.

The blood of future victims will be on his hands.

 

13 Responses to “Sanctuary City Democrats”

  1. What? No comments from Phantom or Jude supporting the mayor of Philly and the right of Mr Ramon Aguirre-Ochoa and sundry other felons to be illegally in this country?

  2. If a city wishes to declare itself a ‘sanctuary’ for felons, then move felons to those cities. Escape From New York should be the future – give these cities what they want:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Escape_from_New_York

  3. Escape from New York is a fun movie

  4. call me snake

  5. but these are the animals they want here….. and it’s not like democrats need the votes in Philly

  6. I thought you were dead

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i_tJqDHjPHU

  7. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ckvDo2JHB7o

    New York City is a maximum security prison

    A plane carrying the president of the United States crashes into the World Trade Center

    And then it gets weird

    Highly recommended. Buy a case of beer, invite a few friends over and enjoy one of the best escapist flicks ever

  8. Escape from New York was one of mine and my brothers most favourite films when We Were Younger. We know the dialogue off by heart. I used to really annoying my partner when we watched it, by doing the dialogue before it was said.

    Swear to God Snake, I thought you were dead.
    Yeah, you and everybody else!

  9. Bob Hauk: You going to kill me, Snake?

    Snake Plissken: Not now, I’m too tired.

    [pause]

    Snake Plissken: Maybe later.

    Bob Hauk: We’d make one hell of a team, Snake!

    Snake Plissken: The name’s Plissken!

    Bob Hauk: I’m not a fool, Plissken!

    Snake Plissken: Call me “Snake.”

    Girl in “Chock Full O’Nuts”: You’re a cop!

    Snake Plissken: I’m an asshole…

    Bob Hauk: Remember, once you’re inside you’re on your own.

    Snake Plissken: Oh, you mean I can’t count on you?

    Bob Hauk: No.

    Snake Plissken: Good!

    https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0082340/quotes

  10. Would I wish mayor Kenny be Kismeted to the point he needed reconstructive surgery on his colon to create a permanent opening for his Colostomy bag after an illegal criminal alien using an 18 inch rusty rebar gave him a field expedient polyp extraction? ………………………….You bet! 🙂

  11. I have to agree Phantom there will always be a special spot in my heart and memory for Escape From NY, and The Thing two Russel Classics.

  12. The expression I thought you were dead Kurt Russell wrote into the script he had just rewatched Big Jake with John Wayne and he stole it from that as a homage to the Duke.

  13. Éddie Eddie Eddie I thought you yanks were all about rights and hating the federal government surely Philly has the right to enforce it’s rights and ignoring the gubmint

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