Above: Monsters among us: illegal alien released by Obama’s ICE commits a senseless murder
by Jason DeWitt | Top Right News
There’s blood on Barack Obama’s hands, say many in Arizona tonight, as it was revealed that an illegal alien felon who was released due to the president gutting immigration enforcement, murdered a young convenience store clerk in Mesa.
QuickTrip (QT) employee Grant Ronnebeck, only age 21, was working the graveyard shift when illegal alien Apolinar Altamirano demanded cigarettes after dumping some change on the checkout counter.
According to Mesa Police spokesman Detective Steve Berry, Ronnebeck told the 29-year old suspect, Apolinar Altamirano, “I can’t give you the cigarettes until I count the money.” Berry said that although Ronnebeck did give the cigarettes to Altamirano, it wasn’t enough to save his life. The suspect then proceeded to shoot Ronnebeck anyway.
The soulless beast Altamirano is then seen on video stepping over the body to retrieve another 2 packs of cigarettes.
Grant had worked for QT since he was 16, and was beloved by customers and staff alike.
But adding outrage to insanity, it turns out Altamirano was a convicted felon who had beeb released by Obama’s Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) division on bond, despite that fact that he was being processed for deportation.
AZ Central reported:
The man accused of gunning down a Mesa convenience-store clerk over a pack of cigarettes was facing deportation proceedings but had been released from federal custody on bond, authorities said Monday.
Federal immigration authorities launched the proceedings two years ago against Apolinar Altamirano, but he was released on a $10,000 bond shortly after his conviction on a burglary charge.
Mr. Altamirano’s removal case was still pending with the immigration courts at the time of his most recent arrest.
Worse yet, while out on bond, this dangerous illegal alien threatened to kill a woman, and a judge told ICE of the threats — but they did nothing to stop him:
While Altamirano, 29, was out of custody, two injunctions against harassment were issued against him by a Mesa Municipal Court judge. “I am in fear for my life,” one woman wrote, adding that Altamirano had threatened to kill her “plenty of times” and pointed a gun at her boyfriend, according to court records.
The judge notified immigration authorities of the order.
The latest order was served on Altamirano on Jan. 19. Three days later, he murdered Ronnebeck.
Violent felons set loose upon America’s streets by Barack Obama’s insane dismantling of immigration enforcment. Where are the politicians in Washington to stand up to this madness?
Jessica Vaughan, director of policy studies for the Center for Immigration Studies, said the case shows how Obama’s ICE sets an impossibly high standard for which illegal aliens can be held by agents — who have no choice but to release them according to Obama’s political and race-driven policy.
“There’s no logical reason for ICE to let people like that out of custody instead of (deporting them),” Vaughan said. “they are playing Russian roulette with public safety,” she said.
Altamirano was born in Mexico, claimed he entered the United States illegally since at 14 — that’s right, a “DREAMER.”
Altamirano never attended school in the U.S. and the highest grade he completed in school was fifth. He had been working as a landscaper prior to his arrest.
And here I thought Sen, Dick Durbin said the “Dreamers” were all valedictorians and top-notch students. Funny how we never hear about the ones that are droputs and violent felons. That would upset the narrative.
Altamirano was arrested on suspicion of first-degree murder, burglary, armed robbery, unlawful flight and misconduct involving weapons since he is a prohibited possessor, after a high-speed chase that ended with an officer intentionally ramming into the car driven by Altamirano in Phoenix.
A record as long as his arm — and one that would keep any American behind bars. But not illegals, Obama’s “chosen ones.”
QuikTrip representatives said Grant Ronnebeck had been employed with the company for 4 ½ years.
“On behalf of the QuikTrip Family, we wish to express our deepest sympathies, our thoughts, and prayers to Grant’s family, his friends, and co-workers. There are not enough words to capture our profound sorrow. QuikTrip is absolutely devastated and heart-broken by the tragic loss of Grant,” the company said in a statement.
“[Ronnebeck] was extremely dedicated and very well-liked by his co-workers and customers. We will miss Grant’s constant smile and his drive to be the best.”
“Grant had a big heart. He was loving and outgoing and full of life,” a crying friend of Ronnebeck’s, Samantha Hansen, told AZ Central. “It’s unfair. To think it’s over a couple of packs of cigarettes. It’s not right,” she said.
It’s not right to have a president that puts the rights of illegal alien killers over the lives of innocent Americans.