‘Mexican pride’: Illegal alien suspected of murdering deputies was deported TWICE

As Americans have learned all too often, open borders are deadly.

Luis Enrique Monroy-Bracamonte2U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents confirmed Saturday night that the suspect in the murder of two California deputies is a twice-deported illegal immigrant.

The suspect, Luis Enrique Monroy-Bracamonte, now has an immigration detainer against him. It calls for him to be transferred to federal custody after this case has been decided so the federal government can pursue deportation, although that clearly hasn’t worked twice.

The suspect was arrested and deported in 1997 for illegal drug possession and again four years later for an undisclosed offense, reported the Sacramento Bee.

Monroy-Bracamonte gave authorities the fictitious identity of Marcelo Marquez, 34, of Salt Lake City. It was through fingerprints that authorities determined his true identity.

“The fingerprints were the basis for our request for an immigration detainer,” ICE spokeswoman Virginia Kice told The Associated Press.Luis Enrique Monroy-Bracamonte2

There is evidence that he used several different identities. One friend who knew him only as “Tiger” said she believed his name was Julian Beltran, according to the Sacramento Bee.Luis Enrique Monroy-Bracamonte

Photos on the “Beltran” Facebook page match those of the suspected killer. In one of the photos, a “Mexican Pride” tattoo is seen on his belly and a Sinaloa tattoo on his chest, indicating that he is from Culiacán, Sinaloa. In another photo he is wearing an evil-looking clown mask.

Luis Enrique Monroy-Bracamonte2

He has been charged with two counts of murder, attempted murder and carjacking. His wife, Janelle Marquez-Monroy, also faces charges of carjacking and attempted murder.

‘Duck Dynasty’ star thanks fans for prayers
after hunting-trip health scare: ‘I about died’

Carmine Sabia

Carmine Sabia

Carmine Sabia Jr started his own professional wrestling business at age 18 and went on to become a real estate investor. Currently he is a pundit who covers political news and current events.
Carmine Sabia

Comments

850 thoughts on “‘Mexican pride’: Illegal alien suspected of murdering deputies was deported TWICE

  1. ImNotTelling says:

    I see no reason not to impose the highest possible sentencing on illegals, no matter the crime they are being caught for, over and above their illegal entry into the USA. Let Sherriff Joe set up self supporting prisons all over the USA so these law breaking illegals can live and support themselves and the jails by growing their own foods and working in jail, on chain gangs etc to pay off their fines and make restitution to their victims. Deport them once, the second time more prison time and a tattoo on their foreheads then deportation. Three strikes and your out, let them choose life in a self supporting prison until the day they die or death.
    ——————————————————————————-
    In April 2005, the Government Accountability Office released a report on a study of 55,322 illegal aliens incarcerated in federal, state, and local facilities during 2003. It found the following:
    *The 55,322 illegal aliens studied represented a total of 459,614 arrests – some eight arrests per illegal alien;
    * Their arrests represented a total of about 700,000 criminal offenses – some 13 offenses per illegal alien;
    * 36 percent had been arrested at least five times before.

    WHY NOT CRACK DOWN HARDER ON THESE REPEAT ILLEGAL OFFENDERS? DEPORTING THEM ISN’T WORKING. AMERICAN CITIZENS GET “THREE STRIKES”, ILLEGALS SHOULD CERTAINLY BE SENTENCED EQUALLY OR MORE HARSHLY THEN LEGAL AMERICANS!

    Other Statistics show:
    * eight American children are victims of sexual abuse by illegal aliens every day – a total of 2,920 annually. That is 37,960 children, that we know of, that have been sexually abused by illegals since 9/11. Given 1/2 of all sex crimes go unreported that number could be much higher.

    * there are about 240,000 illegal immigrant sex offenders in the United States who have had an average of four victims each. Anyone want to do the math on how many American woman have been raped by illegals?.
    * 12 Americans are murdered every day by illegal
    aliens AND 13 more are killed by drunk illegal alien drivers. That’s 25 Americans die each day at the hands of an illegal. That number is only the solved cases, the unsolved cases could increase that number substantially. Still, its an annual death toll of 9,125. That’s a minimum of 127,750 American that have been killed by illegals in the past 13 years alone since Sept. 11, 2001 and does not count the 9/11 disaster itself.

    Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2006/11/39031/#D17WTjKkrVEPsY3i.99

  2. Fed says:

    he should NOT be deported, he should be EXECUTED for murder. That way, he will not come back again. Period.

  3. sluggo1488 says:

    Until the people decide that only bullets will stop this invasion,and are willing to act, this will never stop no matter who we elect.

  4. mdeaton says:

    Makes me sick! And people STILL support open-borders!

    1. John Ash says:

      Most people are more intelligent than you.

      Those deputies weren’t killed by open borders. They were killed by closed borders that creates criminality where none existed before.

      You don’t understand cause and effect.

      1. sfcmac says:

        What closed borders?? The damned things leak like a sieve. Mexico, with Obama’s help, is dumping human excrement all over this country. They’re importing more rapists, child molesters, thieves, murderers, and gang members to add to the crime rate in the U.S. The criminality has existed for a long time. Familiarize yourself with US Code Title * sections 1324 and 1325. Those are the immigration laws that are ignored and in most cases, not enforced. THAT is cause and effect.

        1. John Ash says:

          So what? There’s no power in the Constitution to put an East German wall here.

          Why are you quoting unconstituitonal law to me, you should know by now I don’t give a crap about unconstitutional laws.

          1. sfcmac says:

            Well hell, there’s lots of power in the laws to secure the border and monitor who comes in, but it’s not enforced. Sorry pal, I don’t relish the thought of terrorists and more south of the border thugs getting into the country. There’s nothing
            unconstitutional about national sovereignty. The constitution emphasizes the responsibility of the government to provide for the common defense.
            (US Constitution Article 1 section 8 Clause 4) Congress has the power to set up a process for immigrants to become American citizens.
            (US Constitution Article 4) The United States shall guarantee to every State in this Union a Republican Form of Government, and shall protect each of them against invasion.

            We have the authority and a duty to provide for the national sovereignty and provide that immigration be orderly, vetted and monitored. We have a right to scrutinize threats (and there are a lot of them) and protect this country against outright invasion. This means the Federal Government has the duty to enact and enforce immigration law.

            Period.

          2. John Ash says:

            The power to protect against military invasion is different from immigration. No Founder, no Framer, no Supreme Court has ever linked the power of the military with power over immigration and closing the borders, except perhaps during an actual war and with the permission of the state being “protected”. There is absolutely no power to go into a state and start detaining its residents or set up check points.

            The power over naturalization provably has nothing to do with immigration. If Congress wished, it could offer citizenship, and does, to those who never even move to the US. If you are Americans living overseas, you can get your child registered as American and they may never even come here. Further, you could given citizenship to someone who owns land here, or to someone who was educated here, even if they never come back to the US.

            Immigration has always been a state matter in the Constitution. If you don’t understand that, don’t pretend to give a crap about the Constitution.

          3. sfcmac says:

            The power over immigration is outlined in Federal Statute Title 8 US Code sections 1324 and 1325. READ THEM. They’re pretty cut and dry. We are being invaded. You don’t think some of those illegals aren’t muslim terrorists? Do you know how easy it is to cross the southern border? The borders are NOT secure. Our security is under threat by illegals and hostile enemies that don’t share your touchy-feely approach to immigration. American citizenship is given under the following circumstances: naturalization, birth, and going through the proper channels to acquire legal status. What part of “illegal” don’t you understand? The Constitution is meant to protect American citizens, not foreigners who sneak in and claim to be entitled to the rights and privileges they haven’t earned. You can’t safeguard the country without effectively securing the borders and monitoring who comes in. Permitting open borders, especially in this day and age, is suicidal and bat-shit stupid. But then, you’re a liberal, so it figures.

          4. John Ash says:

            Doesn’t matter, there’s no power in the Constituiton AT ALL. Read it. It’s why these laws didn’t start to creep into until decades after the Founders were all dead.

          5. sfcmac says:

            WRONG. The Congress has power IAW the Constitution:

            http://www1.umn.edu/humanrts/immigrationlaw/chapter2.html

          6. John Ash says:

            Do you even read your own links?

            “The Constitution does not, however, explicitly provide that the power to deny admission or remove non-citizens rests with the federal government as opposed to state governments. Hence, in the early immigration cases the Supreme Court faced the problem of identifying the source of the federal government’s exclusive and plenary power over immigration. Later cases found the plenary power to be an inherent sovereign power.”

            IOW, they admit right here that the power was made up, that it isn’t actually in the Constitution, they just claimed, and SCOTUS said “sure, whatever” that immigration is sufficiently related to the Naturalization power. Whcih, BTW, also doesn’t authorize a federal agency as the States are the only ones authorized to grant citizenship in the US, not the Feds. All the Naturalization Claus does is give Congress the ability to make an Act stating the terms. And that’s all they did for nearly 100 years.

          7. sfcmac says:

            Again: When the states actually enforce the immigration laws PASSED BY CONGRESS, which has the constitutional authority to pass such laws, in exercise of their enumerated constitutional powers, the Obama regime has fits. Title 8 of the U.S. Code is pretty cut and dry with regard to immigration. Just because you don’t agree with it and choose to interpret the constitution on your own warped terms, doesn’t mean it ain’t so. Too bad if your illegal alien friends aren’t entitled to the rights granted to CITIZENS.

          8. John Ash says:

            Quote the Constitutional authority over immigration.

            Ask yourself why immigration “authority” showed up magically after all the Founders and Framers were dead.

          9. sfcmac says:

            You are aware that hundreds of laws, not just covering immigration and the authority pertaining, showed up in the years following their deaths? So what? As the nation grew, so did the laws and boundaries. The authority is given to congress to pass laws. They passed laws governing immigration. It’s so simple even “John Ash” should be able to understand.

          10. John Ash says:

            So you’re okay with violating the Constitution simply because it has become a tradition with Congress.

          11. sfcmac says:

            So you’re okay with the violation of immigration laws, which were passed by congress with the constitutional authority to pass laws. If you want to get into a debate over abuse of power and trampling of the constitution, try ObamaCare. But, that’s another story.

          12. John Ash says:

            Constitutional authority to pass SOME KINDS of laws. Not about immigration. Not about health care. Not about social retirement programs.

          13. John Ash says:

            No military officer would ever confuse immigration with a military invasion EVER. I guess you’re like a Private that went on a 2 year stint.

          14. sfcmac says:

            Nope, sweetpea. I’m a retired SFC who understands the Constitution and the law better than you. You display a delusional ignorance, especially with regard to national security, sovereignty, and the law.

          15. John Ash says:

            Ummm, you obvioiusly do not. I do know Marines who can straighten you out on it though. This is why we have to have Marines, someone needs to have an education.

          16. sfcmac says:

            A jarhead straighten me out on the law and the Constitution? Don’t make me laugh. You’ve really scraped the bottom of the barrel, son. I took an oath to protect and defend it against all enemies foreign and domestic. I served for a total of 30 years (10 reserve 20 active) and I’m well educated, thank you. I’m very well aware of what it entails. Try reading and comprehending the document before you give lectures. All I’ve seen from you so far is puffery and bullshit passing for discourse. You really don’t know what the hell you’re talking about. Your opinion of yourself is way too high. get over yourself, kid.

          17. John Ash says:

            Obviously not. And you obviously have never actually protected the Constitution against domestic enemies. So spare me.

            You still can’t find “immigration” in the Constitution. You claim to see things just because you were indoctrinated into being a tool of the US government.

          18. sfcmac says:

            ROFL! “Tool of the US government”….my, my aren’t we grasping at straws. You still don’t seem to realize that “immigration” is in our laws passed by a congress which is CONSTITUTIONALLY deemed to pass those laws. BTW:

            The 14th Amendment’s Citizenship Clause is one of the Constitution’s most
            important provisions. The clause grants full United States citizenship to anyone born on American soil (with a narrow exception for children of foreign diplomats) or naturalized by the federal government. Ever read it?

            HERE:
            “All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the
            jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the
            State wherein they reside.” It overruled the Supreme Court’s Dred Scott decision that black people were not citizens and could not become citizens, nor enjoy the benefits of citizenship. Now, it applies to all American-born citizens. It doesn’t say “immigration” but it doesn’t have to. It proscribes who is considered a citizen. It does not pertain to some illegal foreigner who popped up inside the border, expecting to get rights granted to CITIZENS. Your diatribe consists of lame semantics, and you look like an abject fool.

          19. John Ash says:

            Show me immigration power in the Constitution. Now read the 10th Amendment. I realize that college isn’t for everyone.

          20. sfcmac says:

            Show me where it says Congress isn’t authorized to pass laws with regard to immigration or anything else.

          21. John Ash says:

            10th Amendment.

          22. John Ash says:

            I see you have no rebuttle for actual text in the actual Constitution.

          23. Phil Gwinn says:

            OohRah SFCMAC. Always good to meet a fellow professional. I retired in 03 as a MSgt of Marines.

            Jefferson could advocate for anything he wanted to. But, it is the actual text of the ratified constitution that counts.

            The problem is that the federal government has no constitutional authority per A1S8 to legislate ANYTHING about immigration. So, the law that you are quoting is unconstitutional.

            There’s nothing new about all three branches of government mangling the constitution and then inventing ways to justify it. That’s what we get for voting for the lesser of two evils and then tolerating that evil, for generations. It has been going on longer than you and I have been breathing.

            I’d put an NG rifle battalion on call at the border. Then if someone shoots at our guys from across the border, we could legally have at them.

          24. ‘That’s what we get for voting for the lesser of two evils and then tolerating that evil’

            Keep voting in the GOP and the Dem then. PHIL.

            ‘The problem is that the federal government has no constitutional
            authority per A1S8 to legislate ANYTHING about immigration. So, the law
            that you are quoting is unconstitutional.’


            Fine, PHIL.. Go to the border with my brother and YOU keep these invaders out. YOU protect your loved ones from being murdered, raped and robbed.
            Basically, you, like the left is saying; We have no borders and we are a borderless country.

            SO-YOU tell me what the Kennedy bill was all about. YOU tell me why we have 3rd world scumbags here.

          25. Phil Gwinn says:

            Fine, PHIL.. Go to the border with my brother and YOU keep these invaders out.

            I hope your brother is ok. He’s been put into a no-win situation.

            YOU protect your loved ones from being murdered, raped and robbed.

            I’ve done that. Every member of my family is trained in self defense and every adult in my house carries. If you cross our path you’d best be friendly.

            Basically, you, like the left is saying; We have no borders and we are a borderless country.

            Nope. Once again you are reading into something I wrote instead of just reading what I wrote. Immigration and Naturalization are two separate issues. One is the province of the States per 10A. The other is province of the feds per A1S8.

            SO-YOU tell me what the Kennedy bill was all about. YOU tell me why we have 3rd world scumbags here.

            Link to the Kennedy bill and I will look it over. As to scumbags I guess you were never in the service overseas or you’d know that answer.

          26. ‘I’d put an NG rifle battalion on call at the border. Then if someone
            shoots at our guys from across the border, we could legally have at
            them.’

            WHY Phil….??? There is NO law, so anything goes.
            Too bad 30 years ago, we had the same ‘no law law’ and illegals actually feared it.

            What makes 30 years ago different than now, PHIL?

          27. Phil Gwinn says:

            WHY Phil….??? There is NO law, so anything goes.
            Too bad 30 years ago, we had the same ‘no law law’ and illegals actually feared it.

            Did they? Or did Reagan grant amnesty?

            Immigration law is the purview of the states not the feds. The feds are in charge of a uniform rule of naturalization.

            What makes 30 years ago different than now, PHIL?

            Nothing if Obama tries the amnesty by fiat route.

      2. Equality_or_Diversity says:

        John Ash – Grumpy shut-in troll.
        Do more speed, Mr. Ash, and post more screeds.

        XD

  5. Terry Lantham says:

    NO, he was not DEPORTED 2X’S, he WAS deported FOUR TIMES!.

  6. I’m sorry the yanks have to suffer a fate similar to ours. When we (Israel) releases terrorist for peace, they (way too) often commit more murders.

    I’m not pushing for the death penalty.

  7. Brent says:

    The more people like him we have, the ruder, more hostile, and more dangerous our society becomes. We need to let in only educated, cultured, and productive people, and deport every illegal that we can find. We are headed to third world status, and look at the scum holes to our South that are sending us these wonderful hominids. Ill mannered, bad tempered, hostile, uncultured and uneducated people are not what we need. Bracamonte is a symptom of our government’s lack of political will and lack of concern for the well being of decent citizens. DEPORT AND SECURE THE BORDER!

    1. Equality_or_Diversity says:

      Agreed. Or, put these people in for-profit prisons making license plates, or something innocuous like that. No more re-entries. No more murders. Release low level marijuana users to free up the space? Or, use profits for the prison to build more bunks.

  8. Equality_or_Diversity says:

    “In 2013, 60 percent of all removals carried out by Immigration and Customs Enforcement were of foreigners who had previously been deported…”

Comments are closed.

Related Posts