Illegal Alien Deported 8 Times Kills Two Women In Drunken Hit-And-Run In Kentucky

 

Via Daily Caller:

An illegal alien who killed two women in a drunken hit-and-run in Louisville, Ky. in October has been deported eight times, the Justice Department revealed on Wednesday.

Miguel Angel Villasenor-Saucedo, 40, was driving a truck on the night of Oct. 22 when he hit and killed two women who were on the side of a highway in Louisville following a traffic accident. After striking the women, the Mexican national fled the scene on foot.

He has not been apprehended, but a federal grand jury indicted him this week for illegal re-entry after deportation. Villasenor-Saucedo was last deported from the U.S. on May 13, 2013, the Justice Department said.

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Funding Terrorism -The Buck Stops Here

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Family Security Matters

by PATRICK DUNLEAVY

 

“Follow the money” – that fundamental rule for investigating organized crime – also holds true for uncovering terrorist organizations. But if the search leads to your own doorstep, immediate and decisive action must be taken.

This may be the case for the U.S. government in light of recent statements by Mahmoud Abbas, the current president of the Palestinian Authority. The 81-year-old Abbas, who has been president since 2005, is calling for unifying the Fatah party government with Hamas, which controls the Gaza Strip. President Bill Clinton’s executive order first labeled Hamas as a foreign terrorist organization in 1995.

Hamas was included among terrorist groups whose “grave acts of violence … disrupt the Middle East peace process [and] constitute an unusual and extraordinary threat to the national security, foreign policy, and economy of the United States.”

The State Department followed that up by labeling Hamas as a foreign terrorist organization in 1997. Those actions make it prohibited by law for any U.S. citizen to provide material support, including currency, to the organization. That means that if you or I gave a dollar to them or their pseudo charities, we can go to prison.

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