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Most Wanted Illegal Alien Convicted of Sex with a Minor, Battery Freed 6 Times...
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Most Wanted Illegal Alien Convicted 
of Sex with a Minor, Battery 
Freed 6 Times

MAY 11, 2020|JUDICIAL WATCH


There is no shortage of examples nationwide that confirm illegal 
immigrant sanctuary policies endanger communities and this 
month we have a case that should serve as the poster child. 
Not surprisingly, it comes out of California but even for a notorious 
sanctuary state it seems excessive. An illegal alien with a lengthy 
criminal history that includes convictions for felony sex with a 
minor and battery was released by San Francisco authorities 
six times despite his violent history that also includes a 
domestic violence arrest.

The 25-year-old Honduran man, Kristian Jonas Gamez-Trejo, 
has long appeared on Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s 
(ICE) Most Wanted criminal alien list, but that didn’t stop 
San Francisco authorities from blowing off federal detainers and 
releasing him into the community. Thankfully, ICE recently 
arrested Gamez-Trejo in San Francisco during a fugitive operation. 
The agency’s San Francisco Field Office Director, David Jennings, 
rightfully blasted local authorities, saying in a statement that 
“there is no reason this convicted child predator should have been 
turned loose into our community. Even California’s misguided 
SB54 sanctuary policy allows local authorities to turn over to ICE 
any criminal aliens convicted of felony crimes of sexual exploitation 
or crimes endangering children.”

Gamez-Trejo has been running from the feds for years and, of course, 
settled in a place that offers illegal immigrants—even those who 
commit atrocious crimes—protection and public benefits. ICE says 
he illegally entered the U.S. around the beginning of 2014 and was 
arrested by the Border Patrol about a year later and removed to 
Honduras. He illegally reentered the U.S. sometime in 2015 and 
was arrested again by the Border Patrol and deported by the end 
of the year. Gamez reentered the U.S. illegally again and was 
arrested in 2016 on a warrant for felony sex with a minor. 
“At that time, ICE issued the San Francisco County Jail a request 
for voluntary transfer of Gamez,” the agency reveals. “The request 
was not honored and Gamez was released to the street. He was 
convicted of felony sex with a minor in November 2016 and 
sentenced to 87 days in jail with five years of probation.”

The saga continues. In 2017, Gamez-Trejo was arrested in San Francisco 
four times during an eight-month period and each time ICE detainers 
were ignored by local authorities. Instead, Gamez-Trejo was released 
back into the community to reoffend. In early 2019 the illegal immigrant 
was arrested again on domestic violence charges in Sonoma County, 
about 80 miles north of San Francisco. When California passed its 
statewide sanctuary law in 2017, officials in Sonoma County said it 
would have limited impact because they already had the policy in place, 
including a ban on cooperating with federal immigration authorities. 
ICE’s detainer on Gamez-Trejo was, of course, ignored by Sonoma County, 
but at least the felon was not released. Instead he was transferred 
south after San Francisco County issued a warrant for probation 
violation of the felony conviction for sex with a minor.

ICE kept close track and issued yet another detainer with 
San Francisco County in mid-May of 2019. Instead of turning the 
illegal immigrant offender over to the feds, San Francisco authorities 
released him and a few months later he was convicted of battery and 
sentenced to 180 days in jail. After completing the sentence early 
this year, Gamez-Trejo was again released from San Francisco County Jail 
back into the community for the sixth time. Jennings, the area’s 
ICE Field Office Director, says he is waiting for San Francisco officials 
to tell him how not turning Gamez-Trejo over made the community safer. 
Officials in sanctuary cities claim the policies make communities 
safer because illegal immigrants are not afraid to cooperate with police.


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Justly Assists Readily,
Adventures Boldly,
Takes all Patiently,
Defends Courageously
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Voters don't seem to mind...
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#3
I thought if they have violent crimes or crimes against children they weren’t protected in sanctuary cities. This is crazy. I feel for his victims. I would be livid.
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#4
I gotta say, if it had been my blood OR any child for that matter...

Well ... Let's just say he'd gladly turn himself in to the authorities ...

If he could still move...

Ice
A True Friend
Freely Advises,
Justly Assists Readily,
Adventures Boldly,
Takes all Patiently,
Defends Courageously
And
Continues a Friend Unchangeably.

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But, if you go out without a face mask or attempt to reopen your business - You go directly to jail.

Perhaps mail-in-voting will fix this...

Our collective tolerance and wholesale acceptance of hypocrisy perpetuates and even expands this madness.

At what point does it become unacceptable for you?
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ALL this madness is totally unacceptable ...

However, I have NOT changed one thing that I do..
I have noticed that some folks ( hadn't bothered anyone around here )
seem to have lost what mind they had...

Toilet paper?? For God's sake ...

Ice
A True Friend
Freely Advises,
Justly Assists Readily,
Adventures Boldly,
Takes all Patiently,
Defends Courageously
And
Continues a Friend Unchangeably.

William Penn

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