Congrats Injustice System!!


Suspect in killing of San Francisco woman had been deported five times
By Steve Almasy, Pamela Brown and Augie Martin, CNN
Updated 12:21 PM ET, Sat July 4, 2015
Suspect in San Francisco killing has been deported before
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Story highlights
San Francisco Sheriff’s Department says there needs to be court order or warrant to give undocumented immigrants to ICE
Kate Steinle, 31, was killed in a random shooting Wednesday at a tourist spot in San Francisco
Her accused killer, Juan Francisco Lopez-Sanchez, had seven prior felony convictions

San Francisco (CNN)Kate Steinle was walking on a busy pier in San Francisco with her father when there was a single popping sound in the air.

She fell to the ground, struck by a bullet, the victim of what police say appears to be a random killing.

The man accused of firing the deadly shot — 45-year-old Juan Francisco Lopez-Sanchez — is an undocumented immigrant, a repeat felon who has been deported five times to Mexico, according to immigration officials.

It would have been six, a federal law enforcement source told CNN, except authorities in San Francisco wanted him on a drug-related warrant.

So U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, which had Lopez-Sanchez in its custody in March after his release from federal prison, turned him over to San Francisco deputies. ICE said they requested an immigration detainer, asking that the agency be notified before Lopez-Sanchez was released.

But San Francisco is a city that doesn’t honor such requests and the sheriff’s department released him. Freya Horne, chief legal counsel to the San Francisco County Sheriff, told CNN that he was let go because there was no legal cause to detain the suspect.

On Wednesday evening, he shot the 31-year-old Steinle at Pier 14 once in her upper body, according to police. He was found about a mile away an hour later and arrested. CNN could not determine on Friday if he has an attorney.

Family: She was loving, smart, beautiful
Steinle’s father told the San Francisco Chronicle there was one pop and his daughter fell to the ground.

Video shows several people trying to help the young woman.

Kate Steinle
Kate Steinle
“She just kept saying, ‘Dad, help me, help me,'” Liz Sullivan, the victim’s mother, told CNN affiliate KRON.

Steinle, a medical device salesperson, died at San Francisco General Hospital. Sullivan said her heart stopped twice on the way to the hospital and she died during surgery.

“She fought for her life,” Sullivan said. “They said how strong she was but they just couldn’t save her.”

Family members called her loving, smart and beautiful. Her cousin said she loved her mother and father “more than anything.”

Several of the dozen or more people on the pedestrian pier took photos of the suspect and showed them to police.

Suspect had seven felony convictions
ICE said it turned Lopez-Sanchez over to San Francisco authorities on March 26 for an outstanding drug warrant. The agency requested an immigration detainer, but Horne said San Francisco officials believe that violates Fourth Amendment rights against unreasonable searches and seizures.

The sheriff’s office said, “When Mr. Lopez-Sanchez was booked into the jail, there was no active Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) warrant or judicial order of removal for him.”

The department would have returned Lopez-Sanchez if there had been a court order or warrant, it said.

Charges were dropped March 27 but Lopez-Sanchez was held until April 15 while the sheriff’s office determined there were no other warrants for his arrest and he had completed his federal prison sentence.

According to KRON, San Francisco’s policy on undocumented immigrants “states that a law enforcement official shall not detain an individual on the basis of a civil immigration detainer after that individual becomes eligible for release from custody.”

The federal law enforcement source told CNN the sheriff’s department “didn’t even need to hold him. They simply could have notified that they were going to release him and we would have gotten him.”

Police said Lopez-Sanchez last lived in Texas, where he was on probation. ICE said Lopez-Sanchez has seven felony convictions, four for drug offenses. His most recent deportation was in 2009.

He was released from federal prison in March after serving several years for felony re-entry after deportation.

Lopez-Sanchez is in San Francisco County Jail and faces a homicide charge. ICE has requested another immigration detainer.

-I do not blame all immigrants from Mexico for crime, but I do believe that a strong border fence with automatic fingerprinting is the answer and that the system of injustice in ‘Murca needs to change starting with the scum sucking lawyer. This asshole mentioned above should have disappeared down a fucking hole forever and been beaten to death by his fellow scumbags. These shit fucks have too many rights to appeal justly given sentences and gated community liberals continue to pour out sympathy for these animals leading to the death of more innocent people. 

In a world of justice, the common man doesn’t have to mortgage his life to get representation. In a just world, DNA evidence is always allowed and if you have the weapon in your hand and fresh blood on your shoes, you do NOT get referred to as “My client.” In a just world, a worthless criminal disappears into the system and is worked to death and that is the end. Innocent people need better representation and the guilty need less rights. 

The fact of the matter is that someone’s daughter is now dead because the way too liberal system had dropped the ball and this career criminal asshole was afforded ‘Rights.’ Shame on these fucking idiots for being responsible for a beloved family member’s death, the death of someone who was an employed producer and mattered in the village scheme. She was killed by another worthless unemployed criminal piece of shit who just wandered over our joke of a border. Praise to those who work their asses off to accomplish the dream, but there needs to be 100% more accountability at our southern border that we share with a third world failed state run by drug cartels.

Sensible people don’t believe in sky fairies.


(CNN) — Jonathan Gutierrez kicked off his shoes and dozed off in the back of a bus traveling along a sleepy stretch of Interstate 5 near the North California town of Orland.

The trip to Humboldt State University was meant to open doors and possibilities for 17-year-old Gutierrez and dozens of other teens, all low-income or first-generation prospective college students.

It ended Thursday with at least 10 people dead and 30 injured in a fiery wreck 90 miles north of Sacramento, when a FedEx truck crossed a median and slammed head-on into one of three buses taking the teens to Humboldt State University.

“I was asleep and next thing you know I was jumping out for my life,”Gutierrez wrote in a Twitter post in the minutes after the crash.


10 killed when truck crosses freeway


Students killed in fiery bus crash

In another post he wrote: “Bruised leg, eyebrow cut open, scratches all over my arm. …All my stuff that I packed is burned. I’m beyond thankful that I’m still here.”

The collision killed both drivers, five students and three chaperones, Lt. Bruce Carpenter of the California Highway Patrol said Friday.

More than 30 people, primarily teenagers, were taken to local area hospitals for injuries.

Identifying the dead

“Many of them had cuts, contusions, bumps, minor burns. I know there was one person when we arrived on scene that was on fire,” Officer Tracy Hoover of the California Highway Patrol told CNN affiliate KRCR-TV of Redding.

The Sacramento County Coroner’s Office identified one of the victims as 26-year-old Arthur Arzola, an admissions counselor and recruiter at Humboldt State.

Arzola was based in the Los Angeles area and considered the university like family, according to his profile on the school’s website.

He described himself in the profile as “hard-working, thoughtful, compassionate and friendly.”

Arzola died at the hospital. Officials said it is a bigger challenge to identify those who died at the scene of the crash, partly because many suffered burns.

Dental records will be used to identify some of the bodies, Glenn County Chief Deputy Coroner Richard Warren said. If it is not possible to do it that way, officials will use DNA, which would be a longer process, he added.

Investigators are looking into the cause of the accident, which occurred at about 5:45 p.m. local time Thursday on Interstate 5, the main north-south thoroughfare that cuts through heart of California’s farming country, in Orland.

Eyewitnesses have told investigators that the FedEx truck sideswiped another car before crashing into the bus. The two occupants of that vehicle were not seriously injured but were sent to a hospital for treatment.

“Our thoughts and prayers are with everyone involved in the tragic accident on I-5 in California. We are cooperating fully with authorities as they investigate,” FedEx spokeswoman Bonnie Kourvelas said.

NTSB agents en route

The reason the FedEx truck crossed the median remains under investigation, the CHP said. The investigation could take months, and the National Transportation Safety Board announced Friday that it is sending a team to investigate as well.

“One, we’re going to be investigating the human, the machine and the environment, and what’s critical for us especially in highway accidents if for us to collect perishable information, the kind of information that goes away very quickly,” NTSB Member Mark Rosekind said.

“And then the most important thing we can do is issue recommendations so that these kinds of accidents don’t happen again,” he said.

Authorities were working Thursday to reunite parents with the surviving teens who were aboard the bus.

The more-than-40 teens, who represented 31 different Southern California high schools, were heading to “Spring Preview Plus” — a two-day trip that invites low-income and first-generation prospective students to Humboldt State’s Arcata campus.

As part of the program, students stay in residence halls, attend events and visit with staff and students from a program that helps historically underrepresented students, the university said.

The two other buses in the caravan made it to the university, and those students were placed in dorms, Humboldt State officials said.

The university is offering counseling to those students.

‘Can’t believe this happened’

Some on the trip, such as Gutierrez, had already been accepted to the university. Others were still in the application process or still trying to make up their minds.

Gutierrez, like many of the others, was clearly excited about the trip. He posted photos of the journey. There were snapshots of stops in Fresno and Sacramento, and one he took from the back of the bus that showed students relaxing.

But it is the photos and comments that followed that were harrowing. A snapshot of black billowing smoke from the burning bus, and then the post: “I can’t believe this.”

Gutierrez also posted snapshots of himself in the hospital as a way to assure friends and family he was OK.

“Seeing everyone hurt was not how (I) expected my day to go,” he said.

I can hear the believers now, “It was part of God’s plan,” and, ” Free will this and that.” I find it a lack of evidence that their all-powerful being exists yet again, and that if He were real, then He is an incompetent and impotent deity not worthy of praise. These people were undeserving of this tragedy, but random things happen to random folks on a nondescript planet in a nondescript galaxy.