Police of sanctuary cities intentionally release pedophiles-rapists
It seems that the police and the ICE are running a cold war, the victim of which is the American nation. As it became known on October 30, Buncombe County Sheriff Quentin Miller, Asheville decided to release the convicted pedophile because of his reluctance to transfer him to the immigration service.
26-year-old Marvin Orlando Ramirez Torres, two years ago, abused an 11-year-old girl, for which he was sentenced to 29 months in prison, but was released ahead of schedule for "good behavior", despite the request for the transfer of illegal immigrant to ICE.
Obviously, public safety means nothing to Sheriff Quentin Miller and therefore the rapist, hiding from immigration control agents, is looking for a new victim.
“This is yet another example of a clear public safety threat being released into North Carolina communities rather than into ICE custody due to local sheriff policies on ICE non-cooperation,” said Acting ICE Director Matt Albence in a statement, according to Breitbart. “Continued decisions to refuse cooperation with ICE serve as an open invitation to aliens who commit criminal offenses that these counties are a safe haven for persons seeking to evade federal authorities, and residents of Buncombe County are less safe due to these misguided sanctuary policies.”
According to court documents, the convict was more than two times older than his victim when the attack occurred. Immediately after the announcement of the decision to release the sexual predator, the question arose of transferring it to the ICE for subsequent deportation, but it was too late.
"As U.S. attorney and previously as district attorney for Charlotte, I've witnessed firsthand the devastating impact that sanctuary policies can have on a community," U.S. attorney for the Western District of North Carolina Andrew Murray said. "I've seen how these policies destroy the lives of innocent victims and their families."