Illegal Accused Of Sexually Assaulting Two Women Had Immigration Detainer Lodged And Ignorned

Illegal Accused Of Sexually Assaulting Two Women Had Immigration Detainer Lodged And Ignorned

One of the refrains we hear from those who support illegal aliens is that they are fine with the “good ones” but not the criminal ones. In practice, though, the supporters and sanctuary jurisdictions look to protect all illegals. Like this upstanding one

(Oregon Live) Federal immigration agents lodged a detainer in December 2016 against the man accused of attacking two women in Northeast Portland this week, officials said.

When Sergio Jose Martinez was held in the Multnomah County Jail on Dec. 7, 2016, U.S. Immigrations and Customs Enforcement requested local authorities notify the agency prior to releasing him, spokeswoman Virginia Kice said in a statement to The Oregonian/OregonLive on Friday.

Martinez has been deported 20 times, according to Multnomah County court documents. He has a lengthy criminal record that includes several convictions in Oregon and burglary convictions in other states, according to court documents and the immigration agency.

Local authorities released Martinez on Dec. 8, 2016 without notifying immigration authorities, Kice said.

Oregon law prohibits public agencies from spending money, using equipment or enlisting personnel to enforce federal immigration law.

Martinez would qualify as one of the “bad ones”, wouldn’t you think? In this case, ICE was not even asking for a hold, just a heads up for when he would be released so they could come get him. Is it really so burdensome to place a call or send an email?

Martinez is accused of sexually assaulting a woman in her Northeast Portland home on Monday morning, then stealing her credit cards and car. Police say he attacked another woman in a parking garage later that day.

He is charged with several crimes including first-degree robbery, sex abuse and robbery and second-degree assault.

These crimes are on the heads of Sheriff Mike Reese and the people who passed the Oregon law. Do they require that personnel, money, and equipment cannot be used to enforce other federal laws, such as kidnapping? No. If interim ICE Director Thomas Homan wants to look to charge people for violations of immigration law, here’s a good place to start. There are many statutes broken, and many parts of the statutes, such as in 8 US 1324, that were broken by the jail and the lawmakers who passed the law that disallows cooperation with federal law.

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