By Rick Oltman, December 29, 2017
A San Francisco jury has found an illegal alien guilty of five murders. The 42-year-old illegal alien from Vietnam, Binh Thai Luc, had a history of violence and had served ten years in San Quentin prison for a conviction for robbery and assault with a deadly weapon. When he was released from prison in 2006, he was handed over to federal immigration authorities for deportation, but Vietnam didn’t cooperate, and he was released back into our country. In 2012, he murdered five people, all members of the same family.
In 2016, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) released a partial list of countries who won’t cooperate and take their citizens back if they have been deported from the United States. The list includes: Cuba, China, Somalia, India, Ghana, Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan, Libya, Algeria, Vietnam, Haiti and Zimbabwe.
If a country refuses to issue the necessary papers, the U.S. cannot deport people back into their home country. However, our government can use diplomatic leverage to pressure on countries to comply by denying visas to citizens of countries that refuse to repatriate their nationals.
Last January, Congressman Brian Babin (R-TX) introduced H.R. 82, “To withhold Federal financial assistance from each country that denies or unreasonably delays the acceptance of nationals of such country who have been ordered removed from the United States and to prohibit the issuance of visas to nationals of such country.”
But no action has been taken on the bill.
Binh Thai Luc used a hammer to commit one of the worst mass murders in San Francisco history. He was convicted of murder with special circumstances, lying in wait in the family’s home, and committing multiple killings, but … there wasno death penalty. He most likely will be sentenced to life in prison with no possibility of parole.
ICE statistics show 19,723 people living in the United States who were convicted of 64,197 crimes in 2015. Obviously, the number of convictions is higher than the number of illegal aliens, because one illegal alien has more than one conviction.
In his immigration speech in Phoenix last year, candidate Donald Trump said he’d deal with countries who refused to allow people deported from America to be returned to their home country.
“There are at least 23 countries that refuse to take their people back after they’ve been ordered to leave the United States,” Trump said, “including large numbers of violent criminals. They won’t take them back. So, we say, ‘Okay, we’ll keep them.’ Not going to happen with me, not going to happen with me.“
The lack of cooperation by foreign governments creates an amnesty for tens of thousands of the worst illegal aliens in our country. And that creates “unnecessary victims.”
It’s long past time to deal with this issue.
You have enemies? Good. That means you’ve stood up for something, sometime in your life. [Winston Churchill.]
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