Saturday, December 22, 2018


San Francisco Business Owner: ‘We Live In A Pretty F**Ked Up City’

Geoffrey Woo runs a small company called HVMN (pronounced “human”) in San Francisco. The company, which currently has 10 employees, used to have offices in the financial district but needed to expand and so moved to a larger space in the Mid-Market area. Tuesday, one of Woo’s employees stepped outside the office and witnesses a violent assault which Woo would later say looked to him like attempted murder. Tuesday night he posted a brief video of the incident on Twitter in which a man can be seen stomping on the head of another man who is already down on the sidewalk. Woo said his neighborhood felt like a “war zone” and begged for more police help and tagging the city, the SFPD and Mayor London Breed.
The next day, Woo posted a follow up video of himself speaking to the camera. “What you just witnessed was an assault and essentially an attempted murder that happened this morning right outside my office,” Woo said. He continued, “San Francisco! We live in a pretty f**ked up city, no other way to really put it. But no one really talks about it. A lot of us just gossip about national politics, Trump this, Russia that, Mueller this, GOP, Mitch McConnell, Nancy Pelosi, Democrats. It’s all just bulls**t entertainment. What I care about is my day-to-day safety and quality of life.” He goes on to request that a couple of SFPD officers be tasked with patrolling the street every single day, saying his personal observation is that when cops are on hand the street is safer.
Naturally, this being San Francisco, there were people who attacked Woo on Twitter for suggesting a head stomp in the middle of the day was a problem. From the San Francisco Chronicle:
Woo faced criticism on Twitter for his choice of words, particularly labeling the neighborhood a “war zone.” One user, Aaron Clark, who identified himself as a Berkeley resident, described the tweet as sensational.
“The Tenderloin is bad and needs help. But fearmongering isn’t the answer,” the user wrote. Another said tech-driven gentrification was part of the problem.
Others suggested that having more police on hand would just result in “more people of color in jail.” But not everyone reacted that way. One woman wrote Woo to describe an assault that happened to her on the street last month. Woo posted her account:
Police say they are investigating the attack shown in Woo’s initial tweet. They released two images of the person believed responsible taken from a separate video camera.
Last month, Spotify moved out of the same Mid-Market neighborhood of San Francisco because employees no longer felt safe there. The move was partly prompted by an incident last year in which a Spotify employee was slapped in the face by a homeless person.

Steinle’s murderer, Jose Zarate and been deported 5xs!
"While walking with her father on a pier in San Francisco in 2015, Steinle was shot by the illegal alien. Steinle pleaded with her father to not let her die, but she soon passed in her father’s arms."






“It’s almost impossible to get convicted in this city,” said [Sgt. Kevin] Healy, who works in the Police Department’s narcotics division. “The message needs to be sent that it’s not OK to be selling drugs. It’s not allowed anywhere else. Where else can you walk up to someone you don’t know and purchase crack and heroin? Is there such a place?”…

Police say drug dealers from the East Bay ride BART into San Francisco every day to prey on the addicts slumped on our sidewalks, and yet the city that claims to so desperately want to help those addicts often looks the other way.


Steinle’s murderer, Jose Zarate and been deported 5xs!
"While walking with her father on a pier in San Francisco in 2015, Steinle was shot by the illegal alien. Steinle pleaded with her father to not let her die, but she soon passed in her father’s arms."



“The Obama Administration seems to be heeding to Mexico’s request by openly halting the deportation of hundreds of thousands of illegal immigrants. Additionally, the administration has a “backdoor amnesty” plan to legalize millions of undocumented aliens in case Congress doesn’t pass legislation to do it.” JUDICIAL WATCH

Heather Mac Donald of the Manhattan Institute has testified before a Congressional committee that in 2004, 95% of all outstanding warrants for murder in Los Angeles were for illegal aliens; in 2000, 23% of all Los Angeles County jail inmates were illegal aliens and that in 1995, 60% of Los Angeles’s largest street gang, the 18th Street gang, were illegal aliens.

Caught Again: Dangerous Gang Member Deported 10 Times Since 1993 Arrested in Tucson

The United States Customs and Border Protection agency arrested a dangerous illegal alien and member of the notorious "18th Street Gang" in Arizona on Tuesday evening, according to a press release
Arizona CBP reports that "51-year-old Hector Gustavo Montoya, a member of the dangerous 18th Street gang in Los Angeles," was apprehended this week near Nogales while agents were patrolling the border. Montoya has been arrested by American authorities on numerous occasions, "most recently in 2016 when he was convicted for drug smuggling offenses. He served a 24-month prison sentence for that conviction and was removed from the country after confinement."
Montoya has an illustrious history with repeated illegal entry into the country. In what some politicians may describe as "an act of love," the 18th street gang member has been deported from America "more than 10 times for immigration violations dating back to 1993, as well as multiple arrests for crimes committed in California." Montoya hails from Honduras and will be held in custody by federal authorities. 
CBP has previously dealt with 18th Street gang members who use America's porous southern border as a means of gaining access into the country. During July 2018, CBP arrested a thug from this group who entered into the country separately while posing as a migrant seeking refuge with his child.  That same week of that arrest, agents also caught a Salvadoran national crossing the border who also belonged to the gang. 
Montoya's arrest comes as President Donald J. Trump and other Republicans continue to demand funding for a border wall to impede the flow of violent illegal aliens.

A quarter of a million foreign thugs deported - thanks, Trump!

Amid all the back and forth about who the biggest deporter is among presidents, and whether deportations are up or down under President Trump, the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency has released some impressive numbers: 256,000 deportations of immigration lawbreakers, mostly for committing additional crimes beyond the initial border break, in 2018.
According to NeonNettle, an interesting, new-looking news site that has a lot of interesting stories:
Sweeping raids across the United States has seen violent gang members apprehended by the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency, with more 256,000 illegal aliens deported in 2018 alone, according to reports. Pedophiles, child abusers, and violent gang members are among those deported by ICE this year, including 95,360 illegal aliens living in the U.S and 160,725 caught by Border Patrol crossing into the country. The most notable deportations are the 95,000 illegal aliens living throughout the interior of the country.
That's more than 701 per day, in a 365-day year. Picture what 701 looks like in a crowd and the scope of the deportations looks clear.
Which to be pessimistic, tells us a lot about how many immigration lawbreakers are out there, including ones who commit crimes here and haven't been caught.
But it represents a 5% rise in deportations of illegal immigrants, an 11% rise in deportations of illegal immigrants who have been convicted of crimes, and a whopping 85% rise in deportations of known gang members, with all figures in comparison to 2016, President Obama's last year in office.
That suggests progress. The gang deportations suggests President Trump and his Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen are pretty serious about getting rid of these plagues-on-society.
And here's something else that's worth noting:
Breitbart News has just come out with news of a new study showing that mass deportation is deterring MS-13 gang expansion in the U.S. That means less imported crime and more livability for America's law-abiding citizens.
Obviously, someone is putting U.S. citizens' interests over the interests of non-law-abiding foreigners, particularly committed criminals. No, it's not everything, but it's an encouraging change.
Making America Great Again? Just say 'thanks, Trump!'

Released Thanks To California’s Sanctuary State Law, Man Went On ‘Reign Of Terror’ Two Days Later (Update: Shootout Video)

A man who had already been deported twice before went on a “reign of terror” this week in central California, one that included murder, attempted murder, robbery, carjacking, and a high-speed chase going the wrong way on the highway. All of that could have been prevented if local sheriff’s had been allowed to turn Gustavo Garcia over to ICE just two days before his rampage, but a new state sanctuary law prevented that.
Garcia was arrested last week on a misdemeanor charge of being under the influence of a controlled substance. When Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) saw that Garcia was under arrest they asked the police to turn him over. From the Visalia Times-Delta:
Before Garcia’s release, ICE officials alerted deputies that Garcia was a criminal with a violent past who had been deported once in 2004 and again in 2014. Garcia served 27 months in a federal prison between deportations for illegally reentering the country.
ICE agents issued an immigration hold against Garcia on Friday, following his arrest. The hold was not honored, however, and Garcia was released later that day, unbeknownst to ICE.
In the past, local sheriffs would have been allowed to turn Garcia directly over to ICE for deportation. But thanks to a new sanctuary state law, sheriffs were required to release him last Friday without notifying ICE. The next day, Garcia was wandering around the local Walmart asking strangers to buy him bullets. He couldn’t purchase them on his own because of his long criminal record. After he was turned down by at least one wary shopper, Garcia stole 300 rounds. Then on Sunday afternoon, less than 48-hours after his release from jail, Garcia went on a crime spree.  Fox News reports how the spree began:
Garcia’s rampage started at around 1 p.m. Sunday when he shot a farm worker who was in the middle of unpacking fruit in Exeter. The farm worker was expected to recover.
Moments later, Garcia robbed a convenience store with surveillance footage showing Garcia firing shots at the ceiling and demanding more than $2,000 in cash, according to the Fresno Bee. Police believe the shooting of the farm worker was meant to be a distraction for the robbery.
At 7:30 p.m., Garcia shot a Motel 6 guest in the arm and chest in Tulare, police said. Her wounds weren’t considered to be life-threatening…
At around 1:30 a.m. Monday, Garcia shot up a Shell gas station near Pixley and then killed Rocky Paul Jones, 51, about an hour later outside an Arco AMPM in Visalia, police Chief Jason Salazar said…
He then fired shots from the backyard of his ex-girlfriend’s Visalia home as she and her children were inside. Police said the girlfriend and her children escaped unscathed.
Early Monday morning, police spotted Garcia in his car and gave chase. From ABC 30:
At around 6:30 a.m., Tulare County Sheriff’s deputies spotted Garcia’s vehicle and started a brief pursuit.
But they say Garcia’s car became disabled, and he started shooting at two deputies once he got out.
Those deputies were able to return shots at Garcia, who ran into an orchard.
Police say Garcia carjacked some farmworkers in the orchard, but this time Visalia Police spotted him leaving the area, and started a pursuit.
Near Strathmore, the California Highway Patrol says Garcia started going the wrong way on Highway 65, trying to intentionally hit other cars, going at least 100 miles per hour.
Garcia finally crashed into several other cars and was ejected from the vehicle he had stolen driving. He died at the scene. ICE released a statement yesterday about the incident:
This deadly rampage could have been prevented if ICE had been notified of his release. This is an unfortunate and extremely tragic example of how public safety is impacted with laws or policies limiting local law enforcement agencies’ ability to cooperate with ICE.
Tulare County Sheriff Mike Boudreaux, the sheriff who released Garcia last Friday also expressed frustration over California’s Sanctuary law:
“Gustavo Garcia in times past would have been turned over to ICE officials. Even though it was a misdemeanor charge, they placed a detainer on him. That detainer can no longer be recognized,” Boudreaux said.
“That’s how we did it in the past and that’s how we had always done it. And now, that tool has been taken from law enforcement,” Boudreaux continued. “After [the passage of] SB-54 we no longer have that power.
“That tool has been removed from our hands and because of that our county was shot up by a violent criminal that could have easily been prevented had we had the opportunity to reach out to our fellow counterparts,” he added.
Sheriff Bourdeaux made a point of saying that he supports DACA and does not believe local police should be used to carry out routine immigration enforcement. However, in this instance, he is convinced the sanctuary state law made things much more dangerous for the people in his county.
Update: Tulare County released this body camera video of the shootout Garcia had with police before he carjacked a second car and led police on a high-speed chase. Below that is a local news report on the murder victim in this case.