USC Grad Student Beaten to Death by Illegal Alien
Illegal aliens are nothing but people that want to be productive members of society, or so Obama would have us all believe. In another gut-wrenching story, we see the true colors of most who come here illegally:
From the article:
A 19-year-old who was part of a group suspected of fatally beating a USC graduate student with a baseball bat told authorities that he has been in the U.S. illegally for seven years.
The suspect, Jonathan Del Carmen, told authorities of his illegal status in an interview at the Los Angeles County jail, according to a federal source reached by The Daily Caller with knowledge of the interview who was not authorized to speak to the press about the investigation.
The Los Angeles Times issued a similar report confirming Del Carmen’s immigration status.
Police believe that Del Carmen, and three other suspects between 16- and 18-years-old, attacked 24-year-old Xinran Ji with a baseball bat and a wrench during an attempted robbery early on the morning of July 24 as the engineering student was walking home from a study group.
My heart goes out to this family and hopefully we can have some actual progress on securing our border to help prevent more heartbreaking stories like these.
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