Illegal Alien Arrested After Ohio Crime Spree Including Murder
“[Juan Emmanual] Razo is being held in the Lake County Jail and is expected to be arraigned in Painesville Municipal Court on July 28 at 3 p,m.
Lake County Prosecutor Charles Coulson [. . . ] said Razo will be initially charged with one count of attempted murder, but that additional charges were expected in the future. ‘We’re dealing with at least four different crime scenes,’ Coulson said,” according to the News Herald.
“While Razo has no prior local criminal record, he did have contact with the Sheriff’s Office on July 7. While investigating a call about a suspicious person on Casement Avenue, police spoke with him, Dunlap said. Border Patrol was contacted and spoke with Razo, but no detainer was issued.”
Will Bush or Trump View Prevail in GOP?
“On the question of immigration, the Republican Party is at a crossroads. The party could take the Jeb Bush approach. “The way I look at this,” Bush said last year, ‘is someone who comes to our country because they couldn’t come legally, they come to our country because their families — the dad who loved their children — was worried that their children didn’t have food on the table.. Yes, they broke the law, but it’s not a felony. It’s an act of love,’” says Joe Trippi.
Mass Hearings Could Clear Backlogs
“The defendants, most of them young men in rumpled clothes, shuffle into the courtroom early in the afternoon, their movements restricted by shackles around ankles and wrists. They number about 70, and soon they fill row after row of seats before a magistrate judge in United States District Court here,” says a Christian Science Monitor story about mass court hearings for illegal aliens.
“Eight at a time, they stand in front of the judge to swiftly accept pleas and utter “culpable,” declaring themselves guilty of entering the country illegally, primarily through the Arizona desert. The Operation Streamline hearing ends in just about two hours, but some have lasted as little as a half hour. The convicted migrants, most from Mexico and Central America, then file out of the courtroom with dejected looks.”
Jindal Critical of Bush
“On CBS This Morning, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal criticized former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush for endorsing amnesty to all of the illegal aliens who broke into the country and live here in defiance of our laws. The hosts first tried to get Jindal to denounce GOP frontrunner Donald Trump for declaring that Mexico is sending criminals such as rapists, murderers, and drunk drivers across the border: ‘Do you think he should be in this race? What about his comments that he’s made?’” Breitbart News reports.