Another hard working Illegal Immigrant

Schmed

I'm a corpse without a soul...
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Suspect Pleads Not Guilty in New Jersey Students' Execution-Style Deaths

Friday, August 10, 2007
By Heather Scroope

NEWARK, N.J. — A Peruvian national in the U.S. illegally and who was previously charged with ****** a 5-year-old girl pleaded not guilty Friday in the execution-style slayings of three young college students, a day after he surrendered to the Newark mayor.
Jose Carranza, 28, aka Jose La Chira, entered his plea before Essex County Superior Court Judge Michael Casale. A second suspect, a 15-year-old boy, has been held pending a detention hearing, and authorities said more arrests were "imminent."
Carranza, of Peru, was being held on $1 million bail. He turned himself in to Newark Mayor Cory Booker after his fingerprints were lifted from a bottle in connection with the shootings of four college students on Saturday. Three were killed but a fourth survived and was hospitalized after the shootings in a Newark schoolyard.
FOX News has learned Carranza, who has a fake Social Security number, had been arrested on charges of ****** a 5-year-old girl and then threatening the child and her parents. In that case he faced a 31-count indictment.
In another, he was arrested on assault charges stemming from a bar fight.
Immigration officials apparently were aware of Carranza's illegal status since his prior arrests, according to Essex County Sheriff Armando Fontoura.
Relatives of the victims embraced each other as they entered to watch the hearing.
Carranza's attorney, Felix Montalvo, called Booker on Thursday to arrange his surrender.
“He said, ‘Mr. Mayor, we’d like him to be turned in directly to you,’” Booker said Montalvo, who also is a close friend, told him.
On Wednesday night, police arrested the 15-year-old boy who along with Carranza is accused of murder, attempted murder, robbery, weapons offenses and conspiracy to commit the crime of robbery, Essex County Prosecutor Paula Dow said. Authorities were seeking to have the minor tried as an adult.
Dow said she doesn't believe there is any familial relationship between the two in custody.
The teen, who is Hispanic, is an American citizen with a Newark address, Booker said.
“I don’t think words can describe the level of emotion I feel,” he said of the crimes.
“We will confirm that there are others we are looking for," he said, adding, "I am confident all the suspects in this investigation will be apprehended."
Carranza's attorney, Montalvo, led him by the hand during his surrender.
“He simply came forward," Booker said. "He said nothing. We put him in handcuffs."
The sole survivor of Saturday night's shootings, 19-year-old Natasha Aeriel, provided information from her hospital bed after being shot in the head.
Aeriel was with her brother, Terrance Aeriel, 18; Dashon Harvey, 20; and Iofemi Hightower, 20, who were forced to kneel against a wall and were shot execution-style outside a Newark school.
The students had been planning to attend Delaware State University.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
 

Schmed

I'm a corpse without a soul...
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I hope these families sue the people who are responsible for not having this piece of shit in jail and/or not deported.

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MAV

Registered User
Nov 23, 2005
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didnt you get burned on that theory in another thread?
 

Kris_LTRMa

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Newark is a "sanctuary city" and his legal status will have no bearing on what he did. Just as they didn't the last 2 times he was arrested, they don't have to turn him over to the Feds to get him out of the country after he's served his sentence. Even though the Feds are aware of his status, "technically", Newark didn't even have to notify them that he was here. That's the illegals' "right" under the rules of sanctuary cities, which somehow manage to surpass the rules enacted by the Federal government after 9/11 ...

I'd love to have the rights the illegals have
 

d0uche_n0zzle

**Negative_Creep**
Sep 15, 2004
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One nine millimeter bullet, cost less then a quarter of a dollar. One shot to the base of the skull, no charge.

One under-paid civil service worker, fifteen dollars an hour.

One less illegal-alien committing crimes against the citizens of the US of A, priceless.
 

cozzie

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Aug 7, 2005
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another reason this country sucks sometimes.



throw em all the fuck out
 

ern

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I think he was just frustrated at not being able to go to school likes those entitled kids. He was probably dissappointed to find out that he earned less than the average american performing the same job. But what set him off, was the fact that English may be made manadatory in this country some day.
 

HummerTuesdays

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I fear that the jury will end up being a bunch of bleeding hearts and because they can't determine EXACTLY who pulled the trigger that none of them will be convicted. I pray the school had some sort of surveillace video of this.