Texas police department thought they were responding to an active shooting but when they got there, none was to be found. The sound that was heard was actually glass breaking. Police found seven illegal aliens inside a jewelry store as they were robbing it.
All seven were taken into custody and are being held in lieu of bond in the amount of $200,000 each. They will be tried and if convicted, will be sentenced. After serving their time, they will be turned over to immigration officials for deportation. They would have been smarter to knock off a jewelry store in California or New York.
This is why we need illegal immigrants in this country. To do the things that Americans won’t do like robbing a jewelry store or raping children. I guess these Dreamers were hoping for a successful career in the felony industry and those wicked police arrested them because of racial profiling.
The seven illegal immigrants were charged with aggravated robbery, according to KRGV-TVin Dallas: Zepeda Abner Posos, 24; Alberto Rafael Barrera, 32; Brayan Oliver Melchor, 23; Javier Leobardo Olvera-Ramirez, 22; Jorge Angel Rodriguez Mejia, 28; Miguel Quintanilla-Cardenas, 26; and Raul Alberto Rangel-Rivera, 43.
Each of is being held on $200,000 bond.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection says it doesn’t know how long the men have been in the country or when (and how) they got here. However, that’ll likely be sussed out as part of the investigation.
“Once the suspects complete their sentences, they will be turned over to CBP so they can process their immigration and criminal histories accordingly,” Fox News reported.
But I thought illegal immigrants were supposed to be “dreamers?” So what if their dream was allegedly knocking over a jewelry store. Don’t new millennium Clyde Barrows have the right to dream, too?
What a pity for them that they didn’t choose Chicago. That’s the city that has sued the federal government over the right to not lose funding over their sanctuary policies, including a refusal to share a prisoner’s immigration status with the feds or to let federal authorities have access to law enforcement facilities.