ICE Freed Illegal Alien In Mass. Double Murder

Judicial Watch

Suffering the consequences of protecting outlaws, a renowned sanctuary state is considering enacting measures to combat illegal immigration after an undocumented alien awaiting deportation murdered two people this week.

The killings in a small, working class Massachusetts city have shaken legislators in a state that has long protected illegal immigrants. The triggerman (Fernando Guerrero-Lara) had been freed by federal authorities while he waited for a March 2011 deportation hearing in Texas, according to a news report that referred to his crimes as a bullet bloodbath.

Guerrero-Lara and a second triggerman crashed a packed birthday party at a restaurant in Lawrence, located about 25 miles north of Boston, and killed a pair of 24-year-olds, one of them a mother of two young children. Local authorities were indignant when they learned that Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) had allowed Guerrero-Lara to roam the country while awaiting removal. Not surprisingly, ICE has refused to explain why the illegal immigrant was not in custody.

This miserable failure to enforce immigration laws is nothing new for the feds, which is why local governments—such as Arizona and Hazleton Pennsylvania—across the nation are taking matters into their own hands. Cities, counties and states—like Massachusetts—that offer illegal immigrants sanctuary only add to the growing crisis, which includes shielding terrorists.

For instance, the Pakistani man (So Pir Khan) arrested earlier this year for Time Square bombing was an illegal immigrant with deep roots in Massachusetts. He even admitted on a city cabbie license application that he entered the U.S. illegally. The Boston cab driver is one of three men who funneled money to the fellow Pakistani terrorist (Faisal Shahzad) who tried to blow up New York’s Time Square with a series of bombs hidden in a sports utility vehicle.


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