San Francisco to Expand Sanctuary City Law — Even After Steinle Murder

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11 May 2016
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Elected leaders of the city that harbored an illegal alien-turned-killer last year are voting Tuesday on whether to pass an ordinance that would make San Francisco an even more hospitable sanctuary city for illegally present foreign nationals [illegal aliens].
The Board of Supervisors is considering the measure, which would further tie the hands of local law enforcement, effectively preventing their ability to give an inmate’s personal information or release date to federal immigration officials, according to KQED radio. Supervisor John Avalos introduced the proposed pro-Sanctuary City change.
Last July, a criminal illegal alien confessed to killing young San Francisco resident Kate Steinle. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials had requested a detainer for Juan Francisco Lopez-Sanchez, but were denied after he was transferred to a detention facility in San Francisco. The five-time deported, seven-time convicted felon was released in San Francisco shortly after the transfer and shortly before he shot and killed Steinle...


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