The Mexican national now formally charged with a fatal hit-and-run had been deported six times in the last two decades, according to Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials.
Plus four days prior to the hit-and-run death of 51-year-old Annette Conquering Bear, 9Wants to Know has learned Gilpin County Sheriff’s deputies allowed a reportedly combative Juan Sanchez to leave the county’s jail just hours after Black Hawk police arrested Sanchez on suspicion of DUI while driving a friend’s SUV.
Juan Sanchez, a Mexican national living in the U.S. illegally, is accused of striking a pedestrian in the Denver area with a vehicle and immediately fleeing the scene. If Sanchez — who lives in a state that largely limits cooperation with ICE — is able to make bond, his release back into the community could pose another showdown between local officials and federal immigration authorities.
The City and County of Denver reiterated its position on transferring custody of illegal aliens when approached by the Daily Caller News Foundation about Sanchez’s case.
A Colorado woman, Annette Conquering Bear, was running an errand Dec. 17 when an oncoming SUV struck her while she tried to cross an intersection. The vehicle drove away without stopping, according to the Denver Police Department. A witness to the accident flagged down a nearby ambulance, but Conquering Bear was pronounced dead at the scene. More
He killed a US citizen. He is a proven flight risk. He should never be able to get bail. If convicted he should be sentenced to life based on his prior felonies. Colorado should never release him.
The only way to make this stop is to start arresting city officials for aiding and abetting the illegal activity committed by undocumented immigrants. Why hasn’t someone filed a wrongful death lawsuit against a sanctuary city?Don't forget to Like Godfather Politics on Facebook and Twitter, and visit our friends at RepublicanLegion.com.
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