Above: Sacramento County Sheriff’s deputy Danny Oliver (left) and Placer County Sheriff’s Homicide Detective Michael David Davis Jr., both murdered by a twice-deported illegal Mexican last week.
Open borders kill — as the families of two murdered California deputies tonight are tragically learning firsthand.
That’s because the man suspected of shooting three Sheriff’s deputies in Sacramento, killing two, had been deported twice, according to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).
A statement from ICE says Luis Enrique Monroy-Bracamonte, otherwise known as Marcelo Marquez, now has an immigration detainer against him (nice of ICE to finally get around to it). As SacBee reported:
Investigators were poring over the conflicting backgrounds Saturday of a Utah couple accused in a crime spree that killed two deputies, with federal authorities saying the 34-year-old man charged in the slayings has used at least two identities and has been deported from the United States twice in the past.
Sheriff’s officials have identified the suspect as Marcelo Marquez, but the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency said in a statement Saturday that his name actually is Luis Enrique Monroy-Bracamonte.
Why the confusion over his real name? Because like most illegal aliens, Marquez has used multiple stolen identities of American citizens to stay a step ahead of law enforcement. He no doubt — again, like most illegal aliens — has also committed Social Security fraud, tax fraud, and a myriad other Federal felonies.
There are indications that he used multiple identities. One friend who knew him only as “Tiger” said she believed his name was Julian Beltran, and a Facebook account using that name features photos of “Beltran” that match photos of the alleged shooter on Marcelo Marquez’s Facebook page.
On the “Beltran” page, one photo shows him with a belly tattoo declaring “Mexican Pride” and “Sinaloa” on his chest, and indicates he is from Culiacán, Sinaloa. Bowman said in a statement that authorities are looking into both the suspects’ backgrounds.
He is currently in Sacramento County Jail, facing murder, attempted murder and carjacking charges.
Two sheriff’s deputies, one from Sacramento County and one from Placer County, were killed Friday by the same suspect who led officers on a hours-long manhunt from Sacramento to Auburn.
Another Placer County Sheriff’s deputy and a carjacking victim were shot and injured by the same person. Around 3:45 p.m. the suspect was finally taken into custody, alive, at a home in Auburn.
His wife, Janelle Marquez-Monroy, was also booked into jail on carjacking and attempted murder charges.
How many more Americans have to die before we secure our borders and crack down nationwide on illegal alien identity theft? Remember these two fine fallen deputies when you go to the polls on November 4th, and punish our lawless, open-borders President by removing Harry Reid and the Senate from his clutches.
Below: Illegal alien Marquez being led away by ambulance after murdering two officers in cold blood.