Let’s just start with a statement of fact: sanctuary city policies threaten the safety of American citizens. In June, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) released a list of criminal illegal aliens that were allowed back into their sanctuary communities by local officials. One such criminal is Rosalio Ramos-Romas, a Hondurian citizen who was deported four times before authorities arrested him in Washington State in October 2017.
A California appeals court has thrown out the conviction of an illegal immigrant who shot a woman on a San Francisco pier after escaping deportation due to the city’s sanctuary policy, triggering further outrage.
Last Tuesday, Edwin Castro Sangalang, a 45-year-old living in Lake Elsinore, California, was arrested by Riverside County sheriff’s deputies and charged on approximately 200 counts of sexual assault for having a four-year sexual relationship with a 13-year-old girl, from the time she was just 9.
Imagine losing a loved one in a terrible crime or accident only to learn the perpetrator responsible could have been imprisoned or deported had local law enforcement officials reported the illegal alien to ICE for previous offenses?
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Tuesday, October 3 - CAPS Executive Director Ric Oberlink Joins The Mike Siegel Show to discuss sanctuary cities in California and CAPS’ new initiative to stop sanctuaries policies in California and around the country.