1. Execute all MS-13 gang members
If Mexico doesn’t accept deportation, execute them all immediately. They don’t have any rights, because there not citizens in the first place. They have the right to be executed for the crimes that they have committed in our country. The Mexican President/Drug Cartel doesnt take care of his own citizens, he wants Donald Trump to do it instead, that’s not a leader he’s not even a man. The Mexican people are poor, but proud, and that cock-sucker wants to take even that from him.
2. Death Penalty in Mandatory in every state
The Prison is not a punishment, only the Death Penalty is, Prison is status to thugs, criminals and drug-dealers. It’s a finishing school, for gangsta, who want to make it big as rappers. It gives them credibility, and notoriety, that equates to sales in the black community.
3. Quick and Speedy Trial; Quick and Speedy Execution
Immediate Death Sentence carried out upon conviction, we have had convicts on Death Row for 25 years old, they could die of old age, and they don’t get the Death Penalty for their first offense, even murder.
4. Death Penalty for drive-by’s where children are killed by accident.
All children pictured were killed by gangs, but the ones circled in red were by drive-by’s specifically.
5. Do not allow Prisoners visitors.
6. Do not allow Prisoners letters, email or otherwise.
Do not allow Prisoners to intermingle with different races at any time, or even their own race if it can be avoided. Have Yard-Time for each race at different times, but Never have different races occupy such a large unsupervised area, together where the guards are hopelessly outnumbered.
8. Respect the Individuals Rights
Every prisoner must be individually locked up, and the bars of the cell must be covered completely.
This will prevent all contraband.
The only job you give Prison Convicts are tools to remove the tattoos off their bodies, which is apart of their rehabilitation. They cannot identify by a gang while in Prison, that’s the reason there in prison in the first place.
10. Restrict or Eliminate Appeals
How many times does someone have to be found guilty before we carry out the sentence. Case in point, Garcia Zarate.
Why wouldn’t this illegal immigrant who was a convicted felon in two countries, want to kill an innocent woman from another country?
Unlike Mexico, he is able to eat 3 meals a day, sleep on a mattress instead of a floor, get drunk on toilet wine, and high on contraband, he gets to watch cable tv, visit his friends, family, and make new ones. They even have chocolate ice-cream on Sundays.
Garcia Zarate had been deported from the United States five times, and had been convicted of several drug offenses. However, he was released from a San Francisco jail in 2015 without notification to Immigration and Customs Enforcement because of a “sanctuary city” policy that forbids law enforcement from cooperating with federal immigration officials in some instances. About three months later, he shot and killed Steinle on Pier 14, in the crowded waterfront district known as the Embarcadero.
Translation, sanctuary cities protects the right of Illegal Aliens but not the actual citizens of the United States.
Zarate should not have been allowed into the United States to begin with, let alone walking out around on the streets after 5 convictions, otherwise Kate Steinle may still be alive.
List of Cities who defy the Law with Sanctuary Cities.
According to the L.A. Times, the LAPD has a longstanding policy of distancing itself from federal immigration mandates. Since a special order in 1979, the department has prohibited officers from “initiating contact with someone solely to determine whether he or she is in the country legally.” It also stopped turning low-level offenders over to federal agents to be deported, and resisted federal requests to detain inmates past their jail terms who might be deportable.
Mayor Bill de Blasio also pledged to defend undocumented city residents. “We are not going to sacrifice a half million people who live among us, who are part of our community,” he said. “We are not going to tear families apart.” He called Trump’s threat to punish so-called “sanctuary cities” by withholding federal funding “dangerous.”
Mayor Ed Murray also indicated his city would resist. “Seattle has always been a welcoming city,” he said Monday. “The last thing I want is for us to start turning on our neighbors.”
The midwest giant will continue to be a sanctuary city, according to reports.
The mayor of Rhode Island’s capital, Jorge Elorza, indicated the city would, according to The Seattle Times, continue its “longstanding city policy of refusing to hold people charged with civil infractions for federal immigration officials.” Elorza is himself the son of Guatemalan immigrants.
According to Denver Police spokesman Doug Schepman, that department will also decline to participate in Trump’s immigration plan: “Immigration enforcement is handled at the federal level, not by local law enforcement,” Schepman said in a statement. “The Denver Police Department has not participated in those enforcement efforts in the past and will not be involved in the future.”
Mayor Jim Kenney signaled Philly will continue to be a “sanctuary city” last week, although he preferred to use a different term: “First of all, we’ve changed the name from sanctuary city to the Fourth Amendment city,” he said. “We respect and live up to the Fourth Amendment, which means you can’t be held against your will without a warrant from the court signed by a judge. So yeah, we will continue to be a Fourth Amendment city abiding by the Constitution.”