The violent crimes just keep on coming in open-borders California (now a Sanctuary for illegal aliens
). A seven-times deported Mexican stabbed a man as he was eating at a table in Lola’s Market in Santa Rosa.Lola’s
food selection appeals to a Mexican clientele — so is the place some kind of drug connection hangout? Or is something else going on with the two men? Perhaps the Mexican, Ricardo Velasquez-Romero, is just a psycho who is into stabbing. Whatever the details in this case, years of open borders have left America a far more dangerous place.
The unnamed victim had life-threatening injuries when he was taken to the hospital but was later upgraded to stable. The stabber was charged with attempted murder.Below, Mexican stabber Ricardo Velasquez-Romero.
The perp was deported seven times for multiple criminal convictions for drugs and weapons charges, although there is no mention of jail time being served.
Yet even with California’s public safety eroding from illegal alien crime, the state Attorney General Xavier Becerra has promised to prosecute employers who cooperate with federal immigration officials
. Protecting illegal aliens is Job #1 in Sacramento these days.
Illegal immigrant accused of stabbing stranger in neck at California market had been deported seven times, Fox News, January 18, 2018A man accused of an “unprovoked and brutal stabbing” at a market in California last month is an illegal immigrant with a criminal record who had been previously deported seven times, a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement spokesman told Fox News.Ricardo Velasquez-Romero, 39, who also goes by the name Eulalio Miniz Orozco, was arrested last month after local police say he stabbed a 61-year-old man in the neck at Lola’s Market in Santa Rosa on Dec. 21.Department of Homeland Security databases indicate Velasquez-Romero “has been repatriated to his native Mexico seven times since 2007,” a spokesman for ICE said.“Records indicate Mr. Velasquez also has multiple prior criminal convictions, including those from felony drug and weapons charges,” said James Schwab, a spokesman in San Francisco for ICE.Schwab said ICE has placed a detainer on the suspect with the Sonoma County Jail, indicating a desire to take custody of him when released from local custody, and “continues to closely monitor the legal proceedings of Mr. Velasquez.”At the time of the stabbing, Santa Rosa Police said the victim and the suspect had been sitting at different tables in the restaurant and had not spoken to each other.“At one point, the suspect stood up and walked toward the victim,” the local police said a news release. “The suspect had an unknown stabbing instrument in his hand and stabbed the victim once in the neck. The suspect then fled the area on foot.”(Continues)