So San Francisco willingly allows illegals to stay in their city in order to virtue signal, but denies any moral responsibility for what those illegals do? Why am I not surprised?
The U.S. government and the City of San Francisco are asking Kate Steinle’s family to dismiss the wrongful death lawsuit in a hearing on Friday.
Kate Steinle was shot and killed in July of 2015 on Pier 14 along San Francisco’s waterfront. Francisco Lopez-Sanchez, an undocumented immigrant, has been charged in the murder.
Lopez-Sanchez was released from the San Francisco City Jail in Apil.
The family of Kate Steinle filed the federal lawsuit in May of 2016 against former San Francisco sheriff Ross Mirkarimi, Immigration and Custom’s Enforcement, and the Bureau of Land Management.
The lawsuit seeks to hold the Bureau of Land Management, ICE, and former Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi accountable for providing “the means and opportunity for a repeat drug felon to secure a gun and kill Kate,” according to the complaint.
Mirkarimi refused to hold Lopez-Sanchez for ICE, citing San Francisco’s sanctuary city law.
Kate Steinle’s parents argue the gunman would have been kept in custody and deported if the city and federal officials had done their jobs.
If you allow criminals into your house and someone gets killed, you’re responsible for allowing those criminals inside with a smile on your face. But this kind of common sense is lost in cities like San Fransicko.
If Kate Steinle’s family stands strong and eventually wins their case, it will be a victory to help propel more immigration reform. And hopefully Kate’s Wall.