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Illegal Alien Who Admitted Transgender Shooting Turned Loose by Dallas Judge

Posted on | October 12, 2019 | 1 Comment


Once again, the anti-American principles of the “progressive” Left produce consequences contrary to their expressed goals:

The man accused of shooting a transgender woman in Dallas last month was deported in 2010 and is committing a felony by being in the U.S., according to Immigration and Customs Enforcement. His current whereabouts are unknown.
Domingo Ramirez-Cayente, a 29-year-old Mexican citizen, was arrested Sept. 24 and charged with aggravated assault. According to an affidavit, he admitted to police that he attacked Daniela Calderon, 35, who was shot six times in the abdomen, hip and chest. Days later, Ramirez-Cayente posted bond and was released from the Dallas County jail.
The judge who set his bond did not order Ramirez-Cayente to wear an ankle monitor.
On Thursday, ICE confirmed to The Dallas Morning News that Ramirez-Cayente is undocumented and was deported nine years ago. Immigrants who reenter the country after having been removed can be charged with a felony, punishable by up to 20 years in federal prison. ICE is encouraging anyone with information about his whereabouts to contact local immigration enforcement officials.
“On March 18, 2010, immigration officials apprehended Domingo Ramirez-Cayente, 29, Mexico, near Brackettville, Texas, after he illegally entered the U.S.,” ICE spokesman Timothy Oberle told The News in a statement. “Ramirez-Cayente was processed as an expedited removal and removed to Mexico on March 27, 2010. ICE has not encountered Ramirez-Cayente since his 2010 removal. ICE urges anyone with information regarding Ramirez-Cayente’s location in the United States to contact their local ICE office.” . . .
Turley set the bond at $25,000 and told Ramirez-Cayente he could not drink alcohol, possess a weapon or have contact with Calderon. But the judge did not order electronic monitoring.
The district attorney’s office disagreed with that decision but was unable to stop it in time, a spokeswoman said. . . .
An undocumented immigrant from Honduras, Calderon hopes to secure a U visa, which allows victims of certain crimes to stay in the U.S. and eventually apply for a green card if they provide information about what happened to them to law enforcement.
In an interview with The News on Oct. 4, Calderon said she was thrown into depression when she heard that Ramirez-Cayente had bonded out.
“Who does justice serve, if by paying a bond a man can leave and this crime can go unpunished? Or, what if he had killed me? It’s unjust. In these moments, I feel courage, lots of frustration,” Calderon said. “He shot me because he hates gay people. I never had contact with him. I never touched him, nothing. Then, why would he shoot me without knowing me? This is a person who is bad in the head and those people should not be on the outside.”
She said her attacker yelled homophobic and transphobic slurs at her. The FBI will conduct its own investigation, according to the Dallas Police Department, but it’s unclear whether any state or federal authorities will charge Ramirez-Cayente with a hate crime.

So the victim, an illegal alien from Honduras, wants a green card, but is surprised that the judge set his/“her” attacker free? Oh, and the United States can’t even enforce our own border — because that would be racist — but yet we’re supposed to be enforcing “hate crime” laws?

Do those who advocate on behalf of the soi-disant “LGBTQ community” imagine that criminals from Latin America share their sentiments? Or are these contradictions not apparent to them?



One Response to “Illegal Alien Who Admitted Transgender Shooting Turned Loose by Dallas Judge”

  1. Hold them accountable! Pathetic law enforcement in Dallas, and some #FakeNews by The Dallas Morning News – The First Street Journal.
    October 13th, 2019 @ 2:34 pm

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