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When does this administration speak out on the evil murder of Kate Steinle

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Markle

Markle
When does this administration speak out on the evil murder of Kate Steinle


San Francisco has the government they deserve. The blood of Kate Steinle is on the hands of the their government and our immigration department.

How is this allowed and why?

2seaoat


He did today when he talked about reducing non violent criminal's in jail and focusing on violent crime.  We have six fold the people in prison from when I was a senior in high school.  The drug war has been a disaster for America.  If this violent criminal found plenty of space in Jail, he would have stayed in jail, but instead SA all over America are releasing violent criminals back into the community because the criminal justice system has lost its way filling our jails and for profit prisons with non violent offenders who overcrowd our existing system......How about dropping the level of police per capita, and budget for the criminal justice system back to 1970 levels when Americans actually worked in the private sector and were not government employees in this corrupt criminal justice system.  This man should never have been released from jail and the President was correct this morning.

Markle

Markle
2seaoat wrote:He did today when he talked about reducing non violent criminal's in jail and focusing on violent crime.  We have six fold the people in prison from when I was a senior in high school.  The drug war has been a disaster for America.  If this violent criminal found plenty of space in Jail, he would have stayed in jail, but instead SA all over America are releasing violent criminals back into the community because the criminal justice system has lost its way filling our jails and for profit prisons with non violent offenders who overcrowd our existing system......How about dropping the level of police per capita, and budget for the criminal justice system back to 1970 levels when Americans actually worked in the private sector and were not government employees in this corrupt criminal justice system.  This man should never have been released from jail and the President was correct this morning.

Semi-retired President Obama called the Steinle family and expressed his sorrow and promised to do something about Sanctuary Cities?

Still, President Obama has failed to reach out to the family but HAS reached out to 47 felons. He knows his base.

2seaoat


Semi-retired President Obama called the Steinle family and expressed his sorrow and promised to do something about Sanctuary Cities?

Still, President Obama has failed to reach out to the family but HAS reached out to 47 felons. He knows his base.


He is spoke yesterday on the issue of our jails being filled with non violent criminals and unfair sentencing in the United States.  Your attempts at Joseph Goebbels type of association of this death to the President evades the central question.  Why was the violent criminal released on bail?  It was a mistake.  Nobody gets killed if violent criminals stay in jail and we stop filling our jails with non violent criminals.  Rather than apologies for things he is not responsible, it is time for President Obama and a bipartisan effort out of congress to address the broken criminal justice system which causes these type of crimes.

EmeraldGhost

EmeraldGhost
The blood of Miss Steinle is on the hands of the liberal electorate of San Francisco. But they'll never "get" that.

2seaoat


The blood of Miss Steinle is on the hands of the liberal electorate of San Francisco. But they'll never "get" that.

That correlation makes no sense.  Yes, this man should not have been released from jail, but to suggest that the same was the responsibility of the electorate of San Francisco.......no a SA, and judge screwed up.

Guest


Guest
I would think the President would at least say, "If I had a sister she would look like Kate Steinle."

(for those that don't get it - that was sarcasm)

Personally, I don't think any President has the time to address every death in the US.

That this President took time for Treyvon is what Markle is most likely mad about.


Let the judicial system deal with the SF murder.

Again, we allow the debate to be the driver for this family's loss. Murder happens everyday...but most don't have a debate attached to it.

Markle

Markle
2seaoat wrote:The blood of Miss Steinle is on the hands of the liberal electorate of San Francisco. But they'll never "get" that.

That correlation makes no sense.  Yes, this man should not have been released from jail, but to suggest that the same was the responsibility of the electorate of San Francisco.......no a SA, and judge screwed up.

Of course the blood of Miss Steinle is on the hands of the far left Progressives of San Francisco. They voted for the chaos and for that felon to be released and not informing INS.

Guest


Guest
She was an evil whitey and got what she deserved for being productive and law abiding... good riddance.

Floridatexan

Floridatexan


http://www.cnn.com/2015/07/07/us/san-francisco-killing/

Gun used in San Francisco killing belonged to federal agent, source says

San Francisco (CNN)The shooting death of a San Francisco woman had already fueled a fresh round of fierce debate over U.S. immigration policies. Now a new detail in the investigation adds another dimension to the discussion.

The gun used in the killing of Kate Steinle belonged to a federal agent, a source with knowledge of the investigation said.

It wasn't immediately clear what federal agency the gun was tied to, how it ended up in the hands of the alleged shooter or whether the revelation about where the weapon came from would affect the case.

"It doesn't in terms of charging this defendant," CNN legal analyst Danny Cevallos said, "but it may mean that somebody else is going to be on the hook, and soon."

The undocumented immigrant who's accused in the killing earlier told CNN affiliate KGO-TV that he found the gun wrapped inside a T-shirt on the ground.

Juan Francisco Lopez-Sanchez, who has a felony record and has been deported to Mexico five times, pleaded not guilty Tuesday to murder and weapons charges. His bail was set at $5 million.

Flanked by several public defenders and a translator, he seemed to struggle to understand what was going on in court, answering the judge's questions about court dates by repeating that he was not guilty.

At Tuesday's arraignment hearing, a prosecutor described Lopez-Sanchez as a danger to the public as she asked the judge to set as high a bail as possible.

"People are concerned about public safety," Assistant District Attorney Diana Garcia said. "This was an act of random violence. And the defendant claimed to have found this gun shortly before just firing it at somebody at close range, shooting an innocent victim in the back."

Kate Steinle died last Wednesday after being shot while walking at a San Francisco pier.
Kate Steinle died last Wednesday after being shot while walking at a San Francisco pier.
Matt Gonzalez, a public defender representing Lopez-Sanchez, said it's very likely the shooting was accidental and stressed that his client was not a violent person.

"There was no motive whatsoever for this defendant to cause any harm to the deceased," he said. "He did not know her. There's no allegation that this was any kind of crime, such as a robbery attempt or anything like that."

The investigation into the shooting is ongoing. But already the controversial case has drawn the attention of politicians campaigning for the nation's top job, casting a spotlight on U.S. immigration laws and what role local authorities should play in enforcing them.

The key question: Did San Francisco policies set the stage for the shooting, putting a criminal on the street instead of into the hands of federal authorities who could have deported him again?...(more)

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Guest


Guest
It wouldn't be the first time that the fed govt put a gun in the hands of an illegal alien to promote an agenda.

knothead

knothead
PkrBum wrote:It wouldn't be the first time that the fed govt put a gun in the hands of an illegal alien to promote an agenda.

. . . . . . and your point is exactly what pkr? Are you saying the tragic death of this lady is the fault of the government or that a porous border supports your view that we close our borders?

Guest


Guest
knothead wrote:
PkrBum wrote:It wouldn't be the first time that the fed govt put a gun in the hands of an illegal alien to promote an agenda.

. . . . . . and your point is exactly what pkr? Are you saying the tragic death of this lady is the fault of the government or that a porous border supports your view that we close our borders?

No... that was simply an observation to the post directly above it.

Floridatexan

Floridatexan

The investigation is ongoing. I can't see any reason whatsoever for the President to comment on this now. Seaoat is correct. The fault lies with the SA and the system that let this known criminal out of jail.

Guest


Guest
Floridatexan wrote:
The investigation is ongoing. I can't see any reason whatsoever for the President to comment on this now. Seaoat is correct. The fault lies with the SA and the system that let this known criminal out of jail.

That "system" is the progressive agenda called a sanctuary city... in direct violation of united states federal law.

Obama spoke to and called in the fbi and doj within days to baltimore and other cities with which he disagreed.

Though I have no delusion that you hold him to one set of standards.

Guest


Guest
knothead wrote:
PkrBum wrote:It wouldn't be the first time that the fed govt put a gun in the hands of an illegal alien to promote an agenda.

. . . . . . and your point is exactly what pkr? Are you saying the tragic death of this lady is the fault of the government or that a porous border supports your view that we close our borders?

It's obviously the fault of the government incompetence in tracking their own firearms or giving firearms to criminals idiot.


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Guest


Guest
Floridatexan wrote:
The investigation is ongoing.  I can't see any reason whatsoever for the President to comment on this now.  Seaoat is correct.  The fault lies with the SA and the system that let this known criminal out of jail.

That must be because you still haven't figured out how to blame it on Bush like you usually do in you deluded whorishly progressive way.

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Markle

Markle
SheWrites wrote:I would think the President would at least say, "If I had a sister she would look like Kate Steinle."

(for those that don't get it - that was sarcasm)

Personally, I don't think any President has the time to address every death in the US.  

That this President took time for Treyvon is what Markle is most likely mad about.  

Let the judicial system deal with the SF murder.  

Again, we allow the debate to be the driver for this family's loss.  Murder happens everyday...but most don't have a debate attached to it.

Semi-retired President Obama set the stage for his continual interference with local law enforcement issues when he began denigrating the police in our country by calling them stupid when police arrested his friend for slinking around his own house.

When does this administration speak out on the evil murder of Kate Steinle PoliceActedStupidlyEnarged

President Obama then continued his attacks on the police with Treyvon Martin (his son would have looked like Treyvon), Michael Brown, and Freddie Gray.

Is Kate Steinle less important because she was white?

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