Friday, December 01, 2017

An Anti-American Jury In An Anti-American City In An Anti-American State...

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An Anti-American Jury In An Anti-American City In An Anti-American State, Delivered An Anti-American Verdict


By de Andréa

Opinion Editorialist for

Posted December 01, 2017   

Has your nose ever told you when something smelled funny???

‘No connection’ between a six time criminal illegal alien felon, and the death of Kathryn "Kate" Steinle - says a San Francisco Jury.  (San Francisco by the way is a criminal sanctuary).  If you’re a criminal illegal alien and have a desire to commit more crimes like felony burglary or murder, then Frisco is the place to go my friend, they just love them, it’s a safe to speak.

Jose Ines Garcia Zarate, a Mexican national was of course found not guilty of killing Kate Steinle…then just ‘who is’ guilty of killing Katie? Well first Zarate is, he pulled the trigger…oh yes of course by accident. And he accidently found the gun and accidently crossed the border... illegally…six times!   

Then the Federal government, first for having absolutely no security against a foreign criminal invasion. (Which incidentally was the original reason for the creation of a Federal Government in America in the first place). And next for not enforcing the Deportation Law U.S. Code § 1227 which would have put Zarate in prison for ten years, after the second “accidental” illegal crossing of the boarder. (Explanation of the law found here)


Then the hate America city of San Francisco gives this criminal sanctuary - puts him in jail to hide him from the Federalies and then lets him go free so he can commit more crimes. Which he of course did.  

And then 12 criminal loving anti-American citizens of SF, of course, finds him not guilty of killing this 32 year old woman even though he was holding the gun while it fired a bullet that killed her.  Oh yes! How could I forget, it was that nasty gun that killed her not the one holding it and pulling the trigger.  You just have to understand the Frisco anti American un-constitutional irrational mentality. Moreover, in spite of the fake news that Sig Sauer’s are the real criminals and just fire and kill people by themselves, you really do have to pull the trigger before it will fire a bullet, in addition it also has to be loaded as well as chambered.   

And then there is the little matter of Zarate accidently just finding the gun there waiting for him on the pier nicely wrapped up in a cloth to protect it from the salt air. Of course someone else other than Zarate stole a 500 dollar Sig just days before and accidently put it there for Zarate to accidently find.

Just a whole series of coincidence’s.  Illegally entering the U.S: six times, getting deported five times by the Federallies who violated the law by not putting him in jail.  Ending up in a sanctuary city, in a sanctuary State and still getting released from jail on a drug charge. Someone else steals an expensive gun from a BLM agent’s car and just happens to leave it on a pier - (Why would they do that) -where Zarate would accidently find it, and it would coincidently be loaded and chambered with a bullet that would accidently go off and accidently kill a tourist that was coincidently and even maybe accidently on the pier at the same time.

What are the odds???   

“A certain man once lost a diamond cuff-link in the wide blue sea, and twenty years later, on the exact day, a Friday apparently, he was eating a large fish - but there was no diamond cuff-link inside. That’s what I like about coincidence.” Said ― Vladimir Nabokov, Laughter in the Dark

The Story - Three tourists visiting San Francisco two years ago testified that they saw a man on a popular pier moments after hearing a gunshot that killed a woman and reignited the national debate over so-called illegal immigration/illegal aliens. (Illegal aliens by the way have nothing whatsoever to do with IMMIGRATION! Immigration is not illegal)

All three witnesses were called to testify on the second day of the trial of Jose Ines Garcia Zarate, a Mexican national who was arrested an hour after 32-year-old Kate Steinle was shot and killed on July 1, 2015, while walking with her father and a family friend.
Authorities say Garcia Zarate had been deported five times and was recently released from jail before the shooting.

Marie Moreno and Aryn Carpenter, roommates who live in California's Central Valley, were spending that night in a hotel overlooking the pier. They both testified that they heard the gunshot and ran to a window where they saw Garcia Zarate walking away quickly from the pier.

They said he stood out because nearly everyone else was either looking around confused or running toward an adult who was lying down on the pier.

"He had a scowl on his face," Moreno testified.

They said a woman appeared to be calling 911.

Garcia Zarate has told police that he shot Steinle, but it was an accident that occurred when he picked up a T-shirt under a bench that was wrapped around the gun and it went off.
Prosecutors have charged him with murder and say he pointed the gun at Steinle and pulled the trigger.

"This case boils down to one baseline question," San Francisco district attorney's spokesman Alex Bastian said outside court. "Whether or not the defendant pulled the trigger."

Earlier in the day, Michelle Lo testified about walking past Garcia Zarate as he sat on a swivel chair on the pier. She took three photos that showed him sitting on the seat and the back of Kate Steinle several yards away, moments before she was shot.  The photos were shown to the jury.

Steinle's death sparked debate over illegal immigration and sanctuary cities such as San Francisco that limit interaction between police and immigration authorities.
Garcia Zarate was homeless when he shot Steinle. He had recently completed a prison sentence for illegal re-entry to the U.S. when he was transferred to the San Francisco County jail to face a 20-year-old marijuana charge.

Prosecutors dropped that charge, and the San Francisco sheriff released Garcia Zarate from jail despite a federal immigration request to detain him for at least two more days for yet another deportation.

The handgun fired in the killing belonged to a U.S. Bureau of Land Management ranger who reported that it had been stolen from his parked car a week before Steinle was shot.
Garcia Zarate, 54, was charged with second-degree murder and could face a sentence of 15 years to life in prison if convicted.

The judge in the case has prohibited any mention of the politics of immigration and gun control during the trial that is expected to last several weeks.

 “Jury finds Jose Ines Garcia Zarate not guilty in 1st or 2nd degree murder in the fatal shooting of Kate Steinle, not guilty in invol. manslaughter. Guilty only of possession of a firearm. Jury unanimously finds Mexican man at center of national immigration debate not guilty of murder in San Francisco pier shooting. Jury finds him not guilty of crime w/ assault w/ semi-automatic firearm,” tweeted Bhattacharjee.
Here’s Sessions full statement below:
“When jurisdictions choose to return criminal aliens to the streets rather than turning them over to federal immigration authorities, they put the public’s safety at risk. San Francisco’s decision to protect criminal aliens led to the preventable and heartbreaking death of Kate Steinle.
“While the State of California sought a murder charge for the man who caused Ms. Steinle’s death—a man who would not have been on the streets of San Francisco if the city simply honored an ICE detainer—the people ultimately convicted him of felon in possession of a firearm. The Department of Justice will continue to ensure that all jurisdictions place the safety and security of their communities above the convenience of criminal aliens. I urge the leaders of the nation’s communities to reflect on the outcome of this case and consider carefully the harm they are doing to their citizens by refusing to cooperate with federal law enforcement officers.”
Garcia Zarate had claimed he found the gun used in the shooting wrapped in a T-shirt under a bench and that it went off accidentally, The Associated Press reported. But prosecutors argued he carelessly pointed the weapon at people. The Bureau of Land Management previously said that the gun belonged to one of its enforcement rangers and was stolen from a federal agent’s car.
Sessions further commented: “I urge the leaders of the nation’s communities to reflect on the outcome of this case and consider carefully the harm they are doing to their citizens by refusing to cooperate with federal law enforcement officers.”
A law enforcement official told ABC News Thursday that the Justice Department may pursue federal charges against Zarate.
And U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) deputy director Tom Homan said in a statement, “This tragedy could have been prevented if San Francisco had simply turned the alien over to ICE, as we requested, instead of releasing him back onto the streets … ICE will work to take custody of Mr. Garcia Zarate and ultimately remove him from the country.”
THE BOTTOM LINE: If it is true that Zarate picked up something wrapped in a ‘T’ shirt, (he wouldn’t have known what it was if it was wrapped up) and it just went bang! As he said, then he couldn’t have known that he was in possession of a gun? How could the jury find him guilty of illegal possession of a gun???  Well they couldn’t but then you see that’s not the truth, because witnessed saw Zarate pointing the gun at passersby long before he shot Katie.  When one purposely points a gun at innocent people and the gun is fired that is no accident my friend.
Just saying…

Thanks for listening my friend. Now go do the right thing, pray and fight for truth and freedom. 
- de Andréa
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