Judicial Watch on SF Sanctuary Policy: Responsible for the Murder of a Family

August 4, 2008

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Please join with KPAM’s Victoria Taft Show (here) to end Portland’s Day Labor Center AND with Judicial Watch to end some US cities’ illegal alien sanctuary policies.
Judicial Watch on the murders of a family in the bay are by an illegal alien given sanctuary in San Francisco:

Judicial Watch is seeking: “All public records concerning or relating to any arrest and/or booking of Edwin Ramos.”
Ramos allegedly gunned down Tony Bologna and his sons Michael and Matthew with an AK-47 following a minor traffic incident on June 22. According to press reports Ramos, an illegal alien from El Salvador, had been arrested on three prior occasions and convicted of two felonies but was never turned over to federal immigration authorities. According to a recent Associated Press story, this was “largely as a result of
San Francisco’s self-imposed sanctuary status.” San Francisco law prohibits local officials from cooperating with federal officials in deporting illegal aliens.
As recently as March 2008, Ramos was arrested after police discovered a gun in his car that had been used in a double homicide. The district attorney’s office did not press charges and Ramos was released. Immigration and Customs Enforcement stated that the agency was never notified of the arrest.
“The murder of these three innocents is a stark reminder of the devastating consequences of illegal alien sanctuary policies,” said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton. “Edwin Ramos should have been deported long ago. Instead,
San Francisco authorities put him back on the streets, and now three people are dead.”

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