Sunday, July 11, 2010

Punish the victim, reward the illegal alien criminal

Life in this insane, open-borders no-longer-a-nation, from the state of Colorado:

Jefferson County Colorado District Attorney is “seriously overcharging” a Wheat Ridge homeowner, accused of attempted first degree murder for shooting at two thieves.

82-year-old Robert Wallace said he fired two shots at two men when they tried to run him over while stealing his flatbed trailer.

Wallace now faces twelve felony counts, including four counts of attempted first degree murder, for what he described as an act of defending his property and his life. If convicted, he could spend the rest of his life in prison.

One of the thieves, Damacio Torres later admitted to the theft. He and his partner in crime, Alvara Cardano both have prior arrest records and are in the country illegally.

Cardona’s record includes public fighting and numerous traffic offenses and driving without a license or insurance. Torres’s record includes trespassing as well as an arrest for aggravated motor vehicle theft for which he was given a plea bargain to a lesser crime. Torres is also under investigation for being part of a major auto theft ring.

But they are not facing any charges!


To say that the inmates are running the asylum … would be an insult to asylum inmates everywhere. Can it get any more blatantly un-American? Will similar charges be brought up the next time a police officer is forced to shoot someone trying to run them down?

Contact the Jefferson County D.A. Scott Storey:

District Attorney
500 Jefferson County Parkway
Golden, CO 80401
303-271-6800

2 comments:

  1. I can't stand it. Hand me the barf bag. I don't even want to hear 'their side' of the story; I want them gone, one way or another, and charges dropped against this poor old man!

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  2. After you've written a letter send the DA an email here:

    http://www.co.jefferson.co.us/da/da_T99_R94.htm

    Maybe enough hits shutting down the web site will get the DA to think a little more clearly...

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