Sunday, November 6, 2011

National Remembrance Day For Victims Of Illegal Aliens (2011)

Thousands of Americans are crippled or killed each year by individuals who have no business being inside the United States. These appallingly high numbers are only possible because government officials largely treat immigration and employment laws as "optional." Take the thousands of politicians who can't be bothered to see federal statutes enforced, and add office-holding outright illegal alien cheerleaders such as Gil Cedillo, Antonio Villaraigosa, Linda Sanchez, John McCain, Rick Perry, Luis Gutierrez, George W. Bush (a former office holder), Thomas Menino and Deval Patrick, and you have millions of people unlawfully in the U.S. who would never have been given residency through legal channels.

The costs of illegal immigration are well known, however, the identities of some who pay a steeper price than others are often not.

As this is National Remembrance Day, we at will recall two of them.

In 2006, Tyler Lundin was 19 years old and driving his Toyota Tacoma through his hometown Antelope Valley, located in the high desert north of Los Angeles. Unfortunately for Tyler, another person sharing the roads with him that day was Wilfredo Brizuela, a driver lacking a license, sobriety and legal presence in the U.S. Brizuela blew through an intersection light and promptly plowed his Honda Civic into Lundin's vehicle. Tyler Lundin was transported to Providence Holy Cross Medical Center where he succumbed to "major head injuries." Brizuela, meanwhile, had to be detained by three passers by. One of the people who grabbed the drunk driver informed law enforcement who responded to the scene of Lundin's killing that "The guy didn't have any papers, so he tried to take off."

A little over three years ago, Jamiel Shaw had just spoken to his father by phone and advised him he was coming home. Shaw was returning from an orientation/presentation for promising athletes bound for college football programs. Although Shaw was less than a block away from his family's house, he didn't make it. An illegal alien with an extensive criminal record, Pedro Espinoza, had just been released from an L.A. area jail. Espinoza used his recently acquired freedom to grab a gun and shoot Jamiel Shaw.

Since Jamiel's death, his family members have unsuccessfully 1) run for local public office in an effort to reduce crime in L.A., 2) attempted to persuade local L.A. officials to stop providing sanctuary for violent illegal aliens, 3)  attempted to place a measure on the ballot allowing law enforcement to arrest known gang members for immigration violations, and 4) sued Los Angeles for negligently creating conditions that resulted in Jamiel's needless death.

Since Jamiel's death, Pedro Espinoza has 1) assaulted a deputy sheriff, 2) slashed the face of a handcuffed jail inmate with a razor, and 3) instigated a riot in lock-up.

If this passage hasn't been sad, enraging or depressing enough for you, we invite anyone reading the blog to google: killed by illegal alien.


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