In 2007 more people in the Prince William County area died at the hands of an illegal alien than by citizens or legal residents. After the Rule of Law Resolution, murder by illegal aliens dropped to zero. Now unfortunately that statistic is starting to rise again, with a murder allegedly committed by Elvin Yobex Guzman Lopez, someone who was released by local authorities nine months before his arrest for murder, after illegally re-entering the United States.
An alcohol-fueled argument outside of a Yorkshire area coin-operated laundry led to the February stabbing death of a 22-year-old man, witnesses testified Thursday.
Elvin Yobex Guzman Lopez, 21, of no fixed address, is charged with first-degree murder in the Feb. 12 death of Edwin Noe Enamorado Matute.
In 2007 Lopez was arrested driving without a license and released, then for public intoxication twice and released by authorities despite being underage. In 2009 he was deported, perhaps subsequent a conviction for trespassing while hunting or fishing, although it’s difficult to sort all this out with the various identifying information Lopez has provided to law enforcement (he provided a false name when arrested for murder in February as well). In April of 2010 Lopez was again arrested for driving without a license, and for some unfathomable reason was not charged with the state and federal felonies of illegal re-entry after deportation and released.
Which leads us to the murder he allegedly committed in February, 2012. If state and federal authorities did their job of getting and keeping illegal aliens out of the country, and simply enforcing the laws that are currently on the books, Lopez wouldn’t be our first illegal alien murderer of 2012.
Why in the hell did the Prince William County Police Department not identify Elvin Yobex Guzman Lopez as an illegal alien who had unlawfully re-entered the country and who could then be charged with a felony offense under state law? Chief Deane’s tired argument that he won’t enforce federal law wears awfully thin when he won’t even enforce felony offenses under the Virginia Code. I’ll bet that if someone who wasn’t an illegal alien was encountered by his police department and identified as someone who had committed a felony, they’d have him in the back of the squad car on the way to jail faster than you can blink. But an illegal alien, flagged in the computer system as someone previously deported, gets a pass and walks. Sound familiar?
How many more people have to die before Chief Deane starts enforcing the law?
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