This illegal alien managed to make it out of the shadows in a big way!
From the Daily Caller:
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) failed on two occasions last year to detain and deport a 46-year-old illegal alien who is accused of slaughtering five strangers with an AK-47 in Kansas and Missouri earlier this week.
It was reported early Wednesday that the suspect in the killings, Pablo Serrano-Vitorino, slipped through ICE hands following a traffic arrest in September in Overland Park, Kan. ICE erroneously filed a request to detain the Mexican national — who had been deported in 2004 — with the Johnson Co., Kan. sheriff’s office. But that agency never had Serrano-Vitorino in its custody so he went free.
Egregious enough, it has since come to light that ICE was notified in June that Serrano-Vitorino had been arrested in Wyandotte, Co. for domestic battery.
An ICE spokeswoman said Wednesday that the agency “regrets the error,” which allowed Serrano-Vitorino to remain in the Kansas City area, where is accused of using an AK-47 to murder his neighbor and three of that man’s friends on Monday. He is also suspected of killing a New Florence, Mo. man in his home on Tuesday.
Studies have shown that immigrants are less likely to commit crimes than native-born people, and the Obama administration has increased deportations to record levels. But Donald J. Trump has made the threat posed by immigrants a theme of his presidential campaign, saying that many people coming from Mexico are rapists, murderers and drug dealers. He has promised to deport all undocumented immigrants and build a wall on the border with Mexico.
Right. Obama has increased deportations, but it depends on the meaning of what “deportation” is. Previous administrations didn’t include people stopped and turned back after they set one foot in the country as having been “deported” like the Obama Regime does. And, of course, the NY Times hastens to add as it reports on this illegal alien murderer that immigrants are less likely to commit crimes.
Somehow I don’t think that statistic, which needs further investigation, will provide comfort to the families of those murdered by this dirtbag, any more than it would provide comfort to the family of Kate Steinle, or Grant Ronnebeck.