Accused Killer Is An Obama Dreamer

How many times will we have to read about the criminality of all these Dreamers?

(Breitbart) An illegal alien accused of murdering a teenage girl in Greenville County, South Carolina, was shielded from deportation as he was a beneficiary of the Obama-created DACA amnesty program.

Daniel De Jesus Rangel Sherrer, 19, was one of the nearly 800,000 illegal aliens shielded from deportation and given a work permit under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) confirmed to Breitbart Texas.

Sherrer, as Breitbart News reported, was charged in connection with the murder of 18-year-old Diana Martinez-Gonzalez after she was found shot to death in a wooded area in the town of Easley, South Carolina.

During a press conference, Master Deputy Ryan Flood said the DACA recipient confessed to a deputy about his alleged murder of Martinez-Gonzalez, a high school student.

This is who Obama and the Democrats support.

Meanwhile in Charlotte

Norma Contreras dutifully reported Sept. 21 to Charlotte’s office of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, which ICE required the undocumented immigrant to do as she fought to stay in the U.S.

Contreras’ minister husband and her three children, a Charlotte family for 17 years, haven’t seen her since. Contreras is being held in Georgia awaiting deportation to her native Honduras.

That a woman with a work permit, clean criminal record and community support could be uprooted without warning is among the starkest examples of changes to federal immigration policy under President Donald Trump.

Clean criminal record. Except for being illegally present in the United States. ICE notes that she has fought the good fight in court, and the courts have consistently found against her, because, she’s illegally present. We’ll get back to that in a minute. First, look how supporters portray her

Contreras’ supporters have said she’s been a model citizen, even if she didn’t have the papers making her one. Her husband and children said her deportation would shatter their family.

She doesn’t have the papers because she’s not a citizen, and would actually be considered a felon

Contreras first came to the U.S. in 1999 to escape gang violence in Honduras but was turned back at the Mexican border. In 2001 she returned, this time with two children. She was deported in 2009 but came back the same year. In 2010, ICE released her under a renewable order of supervision.

Coming back after being deported is a felony as an alien absconder. She was told she could be deported at any time. There are penalties for unlawful activity.

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