Re-entering the United States illegally is a crime that is supposed to bring extended jail time, but in California, criminal illegals roam free without consequences.
California’s policy of leniency on illegal immigrants has now cost a California man dearly, after he was stabbed in the neck by an illegal who had been deported seven times previously.
According to an exclusive report by The Daily Caller, Eulalio Miniz Orozco stabbed a man at a supermarket, and was arrested a week later.
Not only has Orozco been deported seven times since 2007, he has multiple serious convictions on his rap sheet, including drugs and weapons charges. This is not the typical farm worker or housemaid immigrant that many Americans, including President Trump, do not want to see as priority deportations. Most want illegal immigrants who commit violent crimes to get the priority in deportation and imprisonment, and Orozco is a prime example, but it appears California, and Obama’s ICE and Border Patrol, was focused on catch-and-release with him.
A California man suspected of stabbing a fellow diner last month is an illegal immigrant who’s been deported previously seven times, a spokesman for Immigration and Customs Enforcement tells The Daily Caller.
The suspect, Eulalio Miniz Orozco, allegedly was captured on surveillance cameras on Dec. 21 getting up from his table while eating and brutally stabbing a fellow diner in the neck at Lola’s Supermarket in the Santa Rosa area. Orozco was arrested by local authorities Dec 28.
Orozco is also known as Ricardo Velasquez-Romero, according to ICE. ICE placed a detainer on Velasquez on Dec 28 “in connection to a stabbing that occurred in Santa Rosa, Calif,” ICE spokesman James Schwab told TheDC.
“Department of Homeland Security (DHS) databases show Mr. Velasquez has been repatriated to his native Mexico seven times since 2007. Records indicate Mr. Velasquez also has multiple prior criminal convictions, including those from felony drug and weapons charge,” Schwab continued.
Velasquez’s alleged victim is a 61-year-old male whose condition was upgraded to stable as of Dec 28.
Velasquez’s case is not isolated. A recent report from the Department of Homeland Security found that “372,098 non-U.S. citizen offenders were removed from the United States after conviction of an aggravated felony or two or more felonies,” between October 2011 and September 30, 2017.