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Repeat Felon Who Allegedly Fatally Shot Woman in San Francisco Admits Guilt: Report

A repeat felon who was deported five times to Mexico said he shot and killed a woman who was walking with her father on a busy pier in San Francisco last week in what he described as an accident, CNN reported Monday. 717 more words

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Francisco Sanchez, 45, Deported 5 Times Prior To Alleged Unprovoked Murder Of Kathryn Steinle On San Francisco's Pier 14

Fox News — The man arrested in connection with the seemingly random killing of a woman who was out for a stroll with her father along the San Francisco waterfront is an illegal immigrant who previously had been deported five times, federal immigration officials say. 46 more words


Suspect in Killing of Woman on San Francisco Pier Was Repeat Felon Who Was Deported 5 Times

Kate Steinle was walking on a busy pier in San Francisco with her father when there was a single popping sound in the air.

She fell to the ground, struck by a bullet, the victim of what police say appears to be a random killing. 618 more words

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Designating Foreign Terrorist Organizations and Immigration Enforcement

Center for Immigration Studies, By Dan Cadman, July 2, 2015:

The Government Accountability Office (GAO) has just issued a public report on the process used to designate foreign terrorist organizations (FTOs) under the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA), which assigns lead responsibility to the Secretary of State. 597 more words

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Immigration Detention Center Expands In Adelanto

SANTA ANA (AP) — Immigration authorities are expanding a Southern California detention facility to get more bed space for women with criminal records, immigrants with medical needs, recently-arrived asylum seekers and other detainees. 115 more words


WASHINGTON TIMES: Criminal Immigrants freed in U.S. because home countries refused them

“It’s immigration law known as ‘Zadvydas cases,’ after a 2001 Supreme Court ruling… said the government cannot detain immigrants indefinitely if their home countries won’t take them back.” 155 more words


Man Facing Deportation Allowed To Stay To Donate Kidney To Sister

(CBS) — The pleas of a 23-year-old Chicago woman in need of a kidney have been answered, reports WBBM’s Mike Krauser.

Jazmin Longoria-Lara had been pleading with Immigration and Customs Enforcement not to deport her brother, her last hope she has said for a donor kidney. 117 more words