One Of The Illegals Released By Wake County Sheriff Assaulted Woman, Causing Her To Drop Baby

It’s not like we didn’t know this was going to happen: Gerald Baker pretty much said he was going to make sure that the Wake County Sheriff’s office would refuse to enforce laws Baker didn’t like. And we know from yesterday that he let 16 illegals go, with the potential to release more. Here’s one of them

Wake sheriff’s move may mean stepped up immigration enforcement

Federal immigration officials are not happy after they say a violent offender who is in the country illegally walked out of the Wake County jail Monday after he was accused of hitting a woman during a domestic dispute.

New Wake County Sheriff Gerald Baker says he will not participate in 287G, the federal program where local jails check the immigration status of people arrested and detain them.

One of those people was Jose Cordero-Jimenez, who is charged with assaulting a woman.

According to the arrest warrant, Cordero-Jimenez punched and kicked the victim before she dropped their infant son twice.

After his arrest, he was released the same day on a $2,500 bond.

Under the federal 287G program that the former Wake sheriff complied with, the suspect would have been held and handed over to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers, but Baker ran on a promise to stop that cooperation.

Even in the era of #MeToo, Liberals cannot find it in themselves to be outraged over a violent illegal alien who assaulted a woman repeatedly being let out of jail rather than being turned over to ICE.

ICE officials say this means they have no choice but to go out into the community and look for those in the country illegally.

“When public safety threats are released back into the community, they are free to re-offend in the time that it takes between their release and the time it takes to locate these individuals and to re-arrest them to take them back into custody,” said ICE spokesman Bryan Cox.

And these illegals often disappear and never return for their court dates. But, when they do, ICE will now be present at the Wake County courthouse.

Baker said the ICE detainment policy is divisive.

“It only serves to further divide and intimidate the citizens of Wake County. It is a policy decision made by ICE to step up enforcement efforts in neighborhoods and at work sites,” Baker has said.

Enforcing the law is divisive? Who knew!

Said Baker: “Cox seems to imply that my office is under a duty to notify ICE when a person is released on bond. This is not the case. We are not an arm of the federal government.”

So, if a kidnapper was caught, and, remember, that is a crime whereby Los Federales get involve, he wouldn’t bother notifying the FBI because it’s the job of the federal government? Seriously, how long does it take to make a call, send an email? It’s always some excuse with these illegal alien lovers. Again, I’m looking forward to all the Outraged articles about ICE making sweeps in Wake County, picking illegals up at court, and so forth.

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