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Illegal Alien Triple Murderer Avoids Trial

By Greg L | 10 December 2012 | Illegal Aliens, Crime, Manassas City | 36 Comments

Ten years ago Jose Oswaldo Reyes Alfaro, an illegal alien from El Salvador, was ordered deported.  He was subsequently arrested twice, but never turned over to ICE for deportation.  In February, 2011, he murdered three people in Manassas with a .38 caliber revolver, wounded two others including a 15 year-old girl, and attacked another — a 77 year-old woman — with a machete.  Today we learn that he has been judged mentally incompetent, and will be remanded indefinitely to a mental health institution at taxpayer expense until his competency can somehow be restored.

At the end of this month the federal government will shut down the Section 287(g) program in Prince William County and Manassas, which takes proactive measures to identify criminal illegal aliens rather than the passive “Secure Communities” security theater program.  Illegal aliens such as Alfaro would almost certainly slip through the net of “Secure Communities,” putting the safety and security of legal residents and citizens alike at risk as they are offered up on the altar of Obama’s politically-correct “change” for America.

The opportunities to prevent this tragedy were ignored by a system as dysfunctional then as Obama intentionally is deliberately designing it to be now.  Alfaro, although ordered deported, hadn’t yet been violent enough to trigger any response from authorities back then, and wouldn’t meet the threshold for attention by “Secure Communities” now.  We are setting ourselves up to precisely repeat this horrific tragedy.

On March 13, 2004, Alfaro was arrested and charged with misdemeanor assault and battery. He was found guilty and sentenced to 90 days in jail. However, all of the jail time was suspended and he was only ordered to pay $187 in court costs.

On January 25, 2008, Alfaro was arrested again and charged with drinking alcoholic beverages in a public.

According to court records, he paid a $25 fine and $72 in court costs and never appeared in court for the charge.

Even if authorities turned Alfaro over for deportation as they should have, there’s certainly no guarantee they would have done anything other than release him back onto our streets along with the other 8,500 criminal illegal alien murders and rapists they let go.  The federal government doesn’t care about this.  They quite evidently are not concerned about how many people die because of their determined efforts to not do the job they’re supposed to be doing.

Senators Warner and Kaine are apparently quite satisfied with this state of affairs.  They have done absolutely nothing to help protect us from criminal illegal aliens during their political careers and offer no solutions to do so now.  If the death of minority constituents in a strongly Democratic-leaning part of Manassas are aren’t enough to make them even consider improving their safety situation, there’s no hope they’ll be concerned about many of you out there.

I can’t fathom why people would vote for these clowns who are quite obviously not bothered much by the prospect of having criminal illegal aliens marauding on our streets.

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  1. Doug Brown said on 10 Dec 2012 at 8:54 pm:
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    From the Boston Globe article:

    “Immigration and Customs Enforcement, or ICE, routinely releases dangerous detainees to the streets of America without warning the public. Over the past four years, immigration officials have largely without notice freed more than 8,500 detainees convicted of murder, rape, and other crimes, according to ICE’s own statistics, mainly because their home countries would not take them back.”

    Disconnect with relying on 287g…

    You want to solve the immigration problem? Go to the source of the problem.

  2. Doug Brown said on 11 Dec 2012 at 9:20 am:
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    Source of Problem:


    What kind of public servants release the type of individuals cited in the Globe article on their fellow citizens?

    Corrupt, Incompetent, and Criminally Negligent.

    Right now ICE is putting all their focus on a huge Public Relations offensive. You can see them on 60 minutes; you can see them attacking the media and social media like they have never attacked the problem of alien criminals attacking American citizens, legal residents and illegal residents in our communities.

    What they are not doing is addressing the major reason why you have so many criminals released into our communities - the collapse of the personnel system within the government agencies responsible for our immigration system.

  3. Citizen-Veteran said on 11 Dec 2012 at 12:23 pm:
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    So we pay for that piece of crap to enjoy public housing, free meals, clothing and personal items, and medical care to change his sex or anything else? El Salvador is responsible for its citizens - so we should strap him into a straight jacket and provide him with an escort to the Salvadoran border. Mexico won’t mind because he won’t stay in Mexico - so just drive through.

    Oh . . Don’t bother believing DHS announcements on the illegal alien traffic across the southern border. They have been lying for years. The ranchers, mayors, and sheriffs along the southern border have a very different story.

    Violence and terrible economic conditions in their homelands - and the promise of “Obama’s free stuff” continue to motivate the welfare waves of invading illegals into the USA. The illegal alien invasion continues - but the US Federal Government simply changes their counting system to propagate the Obama message.

    We need the “Rule of Law” across the USA - and local/state government should lead the way since the Federal Government is ignoring the US Constitution. In Prince William County, since we no longer have Charlie Dean who frustrated the “Rule of Law,” we need a professional law enforcement officer from outside of PWC to enforce the law. Promoting one of Charlie Dean’s syncophants to “Chief” is not only ridiculous but will not be greeted with pleasure by PWC voters.

  4. Citizen-Veteran said on 11 Dec 2012 at 12:31 pm:
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    Mr. Brown is getting at the problem. The corruption in the Obama Administration is impacting across the US Government. There ARE honest civil servants in the DHS and its components - particularly in the US Coast Guard. That is the good news - but their ranks are shrinking. . . More and more of the civil service is falling under the corruption eminating from their political appointees and the new senior civil servants who are advocates of the Obama Administration and the same corruption evident in the political appointee ranks.

    How could it be any different with Janet Napolitano as DHS Secretary?

    There are so many problems in the DHS that need serious Congressional investigation that it looks like a three-ring circus - and all the rings are very busy. The US Border Patrol has a huge number of their officers . . . sitting in DC. That is bureaucracy out of control. ICE has a huge organization with offices across the USA and regional staffs that rival the DC staff. What do we get? PR announcements and more bureaucratic waste. Yes, there are lots of ICE officers who are very frustrated with this state of affairs - but we don’t hear any officers association protests or whistleblowers going to Congress.

  5. Citizen-Veteran said on 11 Dec 2012 at 12:40 pm:
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    Our kind Blog Host writes, “I can’t fathom why people would vote for these clowns who are quite obviously not bothered much by the prospect of having criminal illegal aliens marauding on our streets.”

    Well, the Obama Political Machine achieved an amazing feat - the organizing of the worthless, demented, dillusional, and parasitical parts of US society - into a winning majority on 6 November. (Of course, the illegal registration and voting is still being revealed . . .)

    The Obama electorate have no interest in the health and welfare of American society or adherence to the Fundemental Law - the Constitution of the United States. They only want “redistribution” through socialist policy and yes - their “free stuff.”

    Is there any wonder that 18th Century America based the right to vote on . . . those who owned property? So we have . . . progressed? The lunatics are now running the insane asylum. Social confusion is the basis that encourages the advancement of Marxism.

  6. Cynic said on 11 Dec 2012 at 1:17 pm:
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    “After years of uncertainties, Mariscal said he’s excited about his future and grateful for the help he received. But he remains frustrated with a health care system that he worries might leave out an untold number of illegal immigrants in need of lifesaving treatments.”

    “Why can’t we be treated the same?” he asked while sitting in his hospital room. “Health care should be a human right, not a privilege. At least give us the chance to fight for our lives with dignity.

    Just wondering. Why would an illegal want to become a U. S. Citizen when they have far more rights and privileges than a citizens has?

    Citizens - get out there - find a second and even better, a third job so that the benefits being delivered to illegals and all the other fifthly, lazy welfare bums can be increased.

  7. Anonymous said on 11 Dec 2012 at 2:25 pm:
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    Citizen-Veteran said on 11 Dec 2012 at 12:23 pm:

    So we pay for that piece of crap to enjoy public housing, free meals, clothing and personal items, and medical care to change his sex or anything else? El Salvador is responsible for its citizens - so we should strap him into a straight jacket and provide him with an escort to the Salvadoran border.

    A better solution with no chance of him returning would be to put him on a plane to El Salvadore and at about 2,000 feet return him to his country.

  8. Anonymous said on 11 Dec 2012 at 2:33 pm:
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    Sort of wants to make you reach for the barf bag,

  9. Scout said on 11 Dec 2012 at 9:04 pm:
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    Illegal immigrants aren’t eligible to “enjoy public housing, free meals, clothing and personal items, and medical care to change his sex or anything else. . .” Where is that sentiment coming from, Anon 1425? Or is that just stuff we make up?

    The Obama Administration has been far more aggressive than its predecessor(s) in deporting illegal immigrants. I assume Citizen Veteran gives the current administration kudos for that. I drove right along the border across Arizona and New Mexico about a year into the current Administration. It fairly bristled with Border Patrol personnel and facilities. My companion and I even got stopped at a checkpoint well inside Texas to make sure we didn’t have illegal immigrants who somehow managed to hide in my cavernous 3 cubic foot trunk (fully occupied by our two gym bags). I made a similar trip about three years previously and saw nothing even approachg the security I saw in 2010.

  10. Maureen said on 11 Dec 2012 at 9:56 pm:
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    I don’t know about the sex change, however I do know that illegal aliens that are sent to detention centers receive free medical and dental treatments. This is something that a lot of US citizens can’t afford.

    Below is a link that contradicts what you are saying about Obama

    Illegal aliens DO NOT belong here; that is why they are called ILLEGAL.

  11. Maureen said on 11 Dec 2012 at 9:59 pm:
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    Here’s another link


    As TRAC has previously reported, the proportion allowed to stay in the United States had been rising since shortly after President Obama took office. However, during the recent period — January to July 2011 — the proportion who were given permission to remain declined, again falling below 30 percent. Consequently the proportion of matters where the judges ordered that an individual be deported moved higher (see Figure 1).

  12. Doug Brown said on 11 Dec 2012 at 10:42 pm:
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    For those who want stricter enforcement of existing laws now, with what and with whom do you plan on getting that stricter enforcement?

  13. Scout said on 11 Dec 2012 at 11:30 pm:
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    Yeah, Maureen - well, when you have prisoners in your custody, you take care of them. Not sure there’s any way around that. I doubt that many immigrants are trying to get into our prison system because the food is good and they like the health care.

    It tells us absolutely nothing to say that illegal immigrants are illegal. Of course they are. But, as we conservatives fully appreciate, economic forces will always stimulate humans to take great risks to move from areas of oppression and/or economic stagnation to areas of greater freedom and prosperity. It happens from North Korea to China, it happened across the Iron Curtain into Western Europe, it happens from North Africa into southern Europe, from Albania to Greece, etc. etc. etc. The trick is to craft immigration controls that are sufficiently user friendly that people can use them without hassle, so the receiving country knows who they are and can forestall the development of black markets and underground economies. Our system is totally inadequate to the economic forces that cause immigration, and thus, while we get some benefits from the influx of labor, we do not maximize the potential of those movements.

  14. Greg L said on 11 Dec 2012 at 11:44 pm:
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    I think the potential of the movement of uneducated, criminally-predisposed foreign nationals to Manassas has been maximized plenty well enough.

    We’re racking up quite a body count of innocent victims so far.

    There was that Manassas girl who was murdered by an MS-13 gang-banger in her bedroom during a party in such a violent fashion there was blood on the ceiling.

    There was that young man in Manassas who got chased down the street and mortally wounded by MS-13 gang-bangers and bled out on the back porch of a neighbor’s house.

    There was that other young man in Manassas who was gunned down in the street by illegal aliens near the flea market, because they thought the kid was a member of a rival gang.

    There were the three victims of Alfaro who died, plus the others that miraculously survived, including that 77 year old lady who had her head whacked several times with a machete.

    Cripes, any more “maximization” and we’re going to need martial law in the city.

  15. Doug Brown said on 12 Dec 2012 at 12:44 am:
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    “But, as we conservatives fully appreciate, economic forces will always stimulate humans to take great risks to move from areas of oppression and/or economic stagnation to areas of greater freedom and prosperity.”

    Scout are you talking about the flight out of Manassas by so many of our neighbors in the last several years? Or, are you speaking in innocuous platitudes?

    As for martial law, Greg who would you have impose it, sarcastically speaking?

    Again until people who are concerned with this problem figure out where the source of this problem is, and where the focus should be first to start fixing it, then those people are simply venting, don’t expect the problem to fix itself , or as Romney might put it: self-fixate itself.

  16. Maureen said on 12 Dec 2012 at 5:20 am:
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    You start with mandatory E-Verify nationwide. Then you prosecute the employer and deport the illegal aliens. That would be a great deterrent.

  17. Cynic said on 12 Dec 2012 at 11:59 am:
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    We are now Down the Tubes - given the degree of our deficit, debt, and illegal immigration problems.

    In another year or so, even the news media and some politicians may even acknowledge this Down the Tubes situation!

  18. Anonymous said on 12 Dec 2012 at 1:14 pm:
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    How do you explain the fact that Obama’s Auntie has been living in Public housing in Massachusetts even after the fact she was ordered deported many years ago?

  19. Doug Brown said on 12 Dec 2012 at 2:15 pm:
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    Nope, that’s not where you start.

  20. Cynic said on 12 Dec 2012 at 4:30 pm:
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    Did not both the Messiah’s Uncle and Auntie state, rather emphatically and indignantly , that as illegals they deserved all the tax payer benefits they were receiving?

  21. Doug Brown said on 13 Dec 2012 at 1:27 am:
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    Again symptom, consequence of a broken system doesn’t address how to begin fixing system.

  22. Maureen said on 13 Dec 2012 at 4:52 am:
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    Close the border and enforce our laws.

  23. Doug Brown said on 13 Dec 2012 at 9:06 am:
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    Who will close the border and enforce the laws?

  24. Cynic said on 13 Dec 2012 at 1:32 pm:
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    When you are Down the Tubes, there is nothing left to fix.

  25. Doug Brown said on 13 Dec 2012 at 2:59 pm:
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    Cheer up! Release that Happy Warrior within yourself. It’s not over til you stop posting and breathing.

  26. Cynic said on 13 Dec 2012 at 3:55 pm:
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    “stop posting and breathing.”


    At my age, that can happen anytime!

    I thought I heard the fat lady singing ……..

  27. Doug Brown said on 13 Dec 2012 at 4:22 pm:
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    Before “that” please consider giving to this needy charity I know it brought a tear to my eye:


  28. Cynic said on 13 Dec 2012 at 9:14 pm:
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    Had no idea of that these pro. hockey athletes are experiencing such a dire level of extreme poverty.
    Am now - with a great sense of urgency - composing a letter to my Congressman which will express my position on this issue. Will ask that some of the taxes raised by “taxing the rich” be set aside to help this down trodden, poverty stricken sector of the sporting world.

    Private initiative would also be very beneficial in this situation. Perhaps, you could lead us!

  29. Doug Brown said on 14 Dec 2012 at 6:57 am:
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    I have been leading, you and others just haven’t been following.

    Here’s the opening line to your Congressman

    Dear Honorable (no snickering) Congressman Chris Van Hollen,

    You recently co-sponsored Whistleblower Enhancement Protection Act. Could you explain your role in co-sponsoring this legislation and your work with alleged whistleblower Michael Maxwell back in 2005-2006?

    Carry on.

  30. Cynic said on 14 Dec 2012 at 1:07 pm:
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    Thanks. Since I did not know who my Congressman was, you saved me some time by providing me with that info. Not really up to date with all these entertainment personalities.

    Will still have to learn about and get up to speed on the Michael Maxwell and the related alleged whistleblower stuff.

  31. Doug Brown said on 14 Dec 2012 at 2:21 pm:
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    Maybe my memory is going but I thought you said you lived up in Sliver Springs MD area?

    As for Maxwell he presents a huge problem for a lot of people, they really don’t want to revisit the 2005-2006 period on the immigration debate, but it will be hard for them to avoid it due to questions raised about obstruction of justice and whistleblower retaliation. Many of the actors including some of the Congressmen can say they were legitimately unaware or confused about exactly what Maxwell was doing, even Maxwell appears to be have been genuinely befuddled by some of the problems he caused.

    However, just so we have the basic facts, Mike Maxwell came out of USCIS after other whistleblowers had already come forward and laid down a record of reporting many of the same headline stories that Maxwell was given credit for by a rather dim-witted, or perhaps manipulated press. Those whistleblowers who were encouraged to work with Maxwell on his congressional testimony by a congressional aide, and others, were then the victims of a retaliation effort which at least raises questions about Maxwell and others involved in the hearings. However, the major consequence of the Maxwell hearings was that the focus of the immigration debate was turned away from what the original whistleblowers considered the heart of the immigration system’s collapse and that was the hiring practices within the former INS and then USCIS and ICE. And that issue is at the core of what has to be fixed before anyone can talk about using those government agencies to put in the field a functioning immigration system. The original whistleblowers were a cross section of America, they couldn’t be tagged as simply Republican or Democrat, Conservative or whacky Liberals ( :-) ) What they all had in common was real law enforcement experience, and they were well educated, i.e., they knew fraud and corruption when they saw it and they knew they had to report it, or else be charged themselves at a later date with not reporting it and being accomplices after the fact.

    So Cynic, now you know where to start. If you are no longer in MD, I guess you will have to break down and use one of those search engine thingees to figure out who is your Congressman.

    In the interest of full disclosure I do hope to be hawking a book on this subject soon, some of the proceeds may even go to those poor hockey players.

  32. Cynic said on 14 Dec 2012 at 4:01 pm:
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    Wow, you will soon be an author. Please lets us know when your book becomes available as I plan to buy a copy.

    Will you be having book signings? And, I suppose you will be appearing on TV Shows and Talk Radio to promote your book.

  33. Doug Brown said on 14 Dec 2012 at 5:12 pm:
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    Sorry, I’m not big on self-promotion. :-) But when they finally arrest and convict some of the people who should be going to jail. I will buy you a beer.

  34. Cynic said on 14 Dec 2012 at 5:46 pm:
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    OK, look forward to having that beer with you.

  35. Tobias Jodter said on 15 Dec 2012 at 1:31 pm:
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  36. Doug Brown said on 16 Dec 2012 at 8:39 pm:
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    The stories are seemingly endless, but if people whould focus their outrage and political action against the people (USCIS & ICE primarily) who have allowed these people into the country, we would see a drastic reduction in such stories.

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