Moments like this in life pass by too quickly, with few prepared to contemplate the enormity of what has transpired.
We fail to understand dynamic changes have occurred, a realigning of previous beliefs utterly erasing away years, even decades of apathy.
|Rest in Peace Kate Steinle: your murder may have inadvertently triggered the reawakening of western man|
Indifference washed away by the harsh reality of the current year. [Mexican man found not guilty in San Francisco pier killing, KOLOTV.com, 11-30-17]:
U.S. immigration officials say they will deport a Mexican man acquitted of murder in the shooting of woman on a San Francisco pier that touched off a fierce debate over immigration.
Acting U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Director Thomas Homan said Thursday that immigration officials will take custody of Jose Ines Garcia Zarate once his case concludes.
A jury found Garcia Zarate not guilty in the 2015 death of Kate Steinle. Jurors did convict him of being a felon in possession of a firearm.
Garcia Zarate had been deported five times and was wanted for a sixth deportation when the shooting happened. He said it was an accident.
Under a sanctuary city law, the San Francisco sheriff's department had released Garcia Zarate from jail despite a federal immigration request to detain him for deportation____6:20 p.m.
The father of a woman who was shot and killed on a San Francisco pier said he was shocked when a jury acquitted a Mexican immigrant accused of murder in the case.
Jim Steinle told the San Francisco Chronicle the family was saddened and shocked by Thursday's verdict.
He said, "justice was rendered but not served."
A jury found Jose Ines Garcia Zarate not guilty in the killing of Kate Steinle, who was strolling with her father on a crowded San Francisco pier when she was shot in 2015.
Garcia Zarate did not deny shooting Steinle and said it was an accident.
The Steinle family did not attend court to hear the verdict.
They spoke to the Chronicle in an exclusive interview that they said would be their last public comments.
Her father said the family has felt frustration and sadness but not anger or vindictiveness since the killing.
Even if Garcia Zarate had received a sentence of 100 years, the father said, "it doesn't solve anything, it doesn't help anything."___5:45 p.m.
U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions says he hopes local officials will "consider carefully the harm they are doing to their citizens" by not cooperating with federal immigration officials.
His comments come after a Mexican man was found not guilty Thursday of killing a woman on a San Francisco pier in a case that touched off a national immigration debate.
Sessions says San Francisco's "decision to protect criminal aliens led to the preventable and heartbreaking death" of Kate Steinle.
Jose Ines Garcia Zarate had been deported five times and was wanted for a sixth deportation when Kate Steinle was fatally shot in the back in 2015. Garcia Zarate said the shooting was an accident.
Under a sanctuary city law, the San Francisco sheriff's department had released Garcia Zarate from jail despite a federal immigration request to detain him for deportation.The end of June 2015 was a pivotal moment in my life.
The murder of Kate Steinle happened right after Donald Trump uttered words about illegal aliens and rapists from Mexico that could have disqualified his nascent bid for the presidency before it was truly launched.
But it didn't.
The murder of Kate Steinle galvanized the nation and catapulted Trump to the front of the GOP Primary.
One day I'll tell the story of what I was able to do then to promote Trump and help influence the election.
That day is not today.
But know this: “There are times when the world is rearranging itself, and at times like that, the right words can change the world.”
The reaction to the verdict in the murder trial of Kate Steinle could be the catalyst for change beyond our wildest imaginations, but it comes down to one person: does Donald Trump have the courage to Tweet out a 140 or 280 character message combining just the right amount of words to change the world forever?
At the end of the day, this realization helps illustrate the true fragility of the Egalitarian World Order of which Black-Run America (BRA) was built upon.