Father of murdered teen urges Gov. Brown to veto TRUST Act
Bill orders illegal immigrants released
- Duration 4:53
- Date Sep 22, 2012
Bill orders illegal immigrants released
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Well forget deportation the state of California may allow illegal immigrants that are currently in prison.
To go free as soon as their sentences are complete.
The so called trust act would release undocumented ex cons even -- federal authorities say they should be detained.
The laws angering many including our next guest Jameel -- senior his son was murdered in 2000 made by an illegal immigrant.
Who had been in jail but was released.
Instead of being deported joining us now is -- -- -- senior good to see this morning sir thanks for being with us.
-- thank you for inviting me this legislation that has proposed that the governor has given no indication that he will sign are you afraid.
It may open the -- something happening to some other kids some other son just like yours.
He did best that's my main concern.
It's his -- very disrespectful.
That they -- could American citizens in danger just to please a few people.
-- into when their main -- should be public safety we have to make the citizens of California feel safe.
You know -- kids need to feel safe you know we need to be able to walk down the street but of being Chad did -- one -- illegally in the country.
Well our last resort.
Of safety is the -- and it didn't get them out of jail would argue quite know.
That's exact same thing happened to my -- Mr.
-- if you could just in a nutshell tell us what happens team -- seventeen year old son.
The short version is.
He was coming home from the -- I just caught him on the phone national -- what where was the back always do all they say -- in time where are you.
You sound right around a corner dead media about two or three minutes hung up the phone into the -- up the phone about.
About thirty seconds later heard good to be allowed -- sacks.
And immediately at noon dead in now man attending a son just got -- so I figured you not to say to myself hope he's not did.
You know went outside and looked and there wasn't an industry did it still had a cell phone in his hand he -- he -- time even.
-- to cell phone blood everywhere you know.
Did his brain -- in the street and never seen brain but I knew.
That must be would brain looks like you know and he demanded did it I couldn't even today for use later that still don't believe it.
You know I mean he was doing good he was MVP.
But the full but team declared a year and our city.
You know -- -- -- -- some major universities.
He -- -- -- she was -- you know pretty good you know had been any trouble.
And ended in and mr.
shot and I am -- interview we just wanted to let you know he was a football player and he was -- and for.
A rival gang member and that is why this a legal.
Felt compelled to to kill your -- And here is -- is -- here.
Is that this program it to explain to our viewers would release.
Illegal immigrants if they did not have a serious or violent felony on that record.
They say this is to bring trust between the community and law enforcement why do you think they're not talking about deporting these -- In estimate they would about trust who would what the trust of the community.
They don't want to deport people because they say there will they're only in jail for minor offenses via a boon according to the -- Being in the country is is is against the law.
So what they're trying to prevent is that after they go to jail -- want be deported.
They wanted to act like being here in the country illegally is not illegal -- -- that.
He now doesn't make any sense to put us in danger to just for -- few people you know -- people who are in jail.
For maybe a minor offense now but -- that's -- never know what they did in the past.
They really want to -- the people in jail so you -- -- the people in jail.
Who's got to protect see you know what do we do as Americans citizens well what do we do.
And -- envision mention that the reason this.
This resonates -- so much is because your son's killer.
The person Pedro Espinosa who we've been -- he was found guilty and he had just in released from jail hours before.
Shooting your son and killing him had he been -- Perhaps the the state would have been much different.
Jameel -- senior thank you so much for coming and sharing your story of your son and -- the pictures of him.
And alerting us to this possible act thank you.
-- thank you for bringing attention to -- is thank you very much hopefully Governor Brown has.
Let's listen sir thank you coming up for.