California sanctuary state law would prevent illegal alien accused of attacking House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s (D-CA) husband, Paul Pelosi, from being questioned by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).
As Breitbart News reported, officers in San Francisco, Calif., responded to a 911 call made by Paul Pelosi. According to police, on October 28, DePape, 42, attacked Pelosi with a hammer, leaving him with severe blunt-force injuries to the head that required immediate surgery.
DePape has since been charged with assault and attempted kidnapping.
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has confirmed that DePape is an undocumented alien who has been living in the sanctuary state of California for some time after overstaying a B-2 tourist visa.
Jon Feere, a former ICE official in the Trump administration, said his sources at the agency reveal California’s sanctuary state law protects DePape and prevents ICE agents from interviewing him. in the case.
DHS statements about DePape were short and vague, likely because ICE didn’t have a chance to speak with him. The @SheriffSF has a pro-criminal foreign policy (SFSD 2-39) that prevents DHS and ICE from interviewing imprisoned illegal aliens. Pages 271-77: https://t.co/Kbzo84INkz … pic.twitter.com/V3wAT6gHew
— Jon Feere 🇺🇸 (@JonFeere) November 6, 2022
“ICE sources tell me that San Francisco is not allowing officers to interview Paul Pelosi’s attacker, David DePape; i.e., Dems and [San Francisco Police Department] side with the alleged abuser,” Feere wrote on Twitter. “ICE routinely interviews imprisoned extraterrestrials to determine appropriate next steps, background, etc.”
California’s sanctuary state law is so strict that often ICE officers don’t bother to place a detention officer on an illegal alien suspect because they know local law enforcement ignore the request.
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