90 Miles From Tyranny : ICE: Illegal Immigrant Driving Without a License Charged with Killing 7-Year-Old Child

Wednesday, July 24, 2019

ICE: Illegal Immigrant Driving Without a License Charged with Killing 7-Year-Old Child

This was another preventable death due to illegal immigration.

Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) announced on Monday that a Mexican national living in the United States illegally has been charged with causing a death while driving without a license after initiating an accident that resulted in a death of a 7-year-old child.

Jorge Rodriguez-Saldana, 30, was charged by the Egg Harbor Township Police Department in New Jersey with a third-degree felony on July 11 following an accident where his vehicle struck a grandmother and her two grandchildren. The grandmother was critically injured, and one of the children was killed as a result of the crash.

After he was charged, Rodriguez-Saldana was released by local authorities on a summons to walk the streets. Atlantic County law enforcement did not notify ICE and refer the case to them, despite his status. ICE’s Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) apprehended the illegal immigrant on July 13, finding him in Horsham, Pennsylvania.

ICE mentioned in a press release that sanctuary policies allowed this potentially violent criminal back into society where he could have harmed more Americans.

“Unfortunately this is another example that makes apparent the significant public safety concerns the NJ AG Directive limiting cooperation with ICE poses,” said John Tsoukaris, field office director for ICE-ERO Newark.

“Had it not been for the persistent, courageous and diligent efforts of ICE-ERO to track him down, this individual might have...

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1 comment:

  1. Trump needs to inform the DOJ to start arresting and prosecuting the mayor, city manager, city/county councils and the chief of police and the judge for releasing these illegals with out notifying ICE or Border Patrol. I bet these sanctuaries state/city/county change their policies pretty damn fast. If a state, then the governor and state attorney general.

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