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Old 03-06-2017, 11:19 PM
 
Location: Los Angeles (Native)
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Another real reason sanctuary cities and weak enforcement of immigration laws are a BAD idea.

But I guess the victim's family is 'racist' ...

I don't live too far from this area and pass through there often so this story hits home.

It's just sick that the Mayor of this city would fight for illegals and even use tax money to hire attorneys for them!

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On the afternoon of Feb. 19, Sandra Duran, 42 — a mother, daughter and sister — was killed in a violent car crash on a rain-slicked road in North Hills.
Los Angeles police say Estuardo Alvarado, the man who allegedly caused the collision, was speeding down Sepulveda Boulevard as he tried to flee the scene of another crash and slammed into a car being driven by Duran, who died at the scene.


Alvarado was arrested moments after the crash.
The 45-year-old Lakeview Terrace resident is an undocumented immigrant with a lengthy criminal record who was deported five times before the collision, according to federal authorities and court records.


He has been charged with five felony counts in connection with the Feb. 19 collision, including murder and gross vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated, according to the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office


Immigrant charged in crash was deported 5 times, family says victim’s death ‘could have been prevented’
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Old 03-07-2017, 06:39 PM
 
Location: Kansas
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Very unfortunate and not an unusual story either.

I did notice throughout the article that they had a couple of other interesting stories though. It looks like the illegal aliens will be on the run. Perhaps those were to give hope? "Deporting Undocumented Immigrants Is About To Get Easier, More Common" and "ICE Raids Have Day Laborers On Edge Across Southern California".

Don't the people of LA love illegal aliens though?
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Old 03-10-2017, 09:00 AM
 
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Very unfortunate and not an unusual story either.

I did notice throughout the article that they had a couple of other interesting stories though. It looks like the illegal aliens will be on the run. Perhaps those were to give hope? "Deporting Undocumented Immigrants Is About To Get Easier, More Common" and "ICE Raids Have Day Laborers On Edge Across Southern California".

Don't the people of LA love illegal aliens though?
As long as they aren't right next door to them.
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