Pablo Antonio Serrano-Vitorino, 40, an illegal alien the Bush and Obama administrations deported twice without penalty, murdered these five men in cold blood. The president's refusal to protect the border -- and his opposition to Arizona's plans to do so -- make his administration accomplices in Serrano-Vitorino's killing spree.
From the Los Angeles Times:
The case could have political implications, given Serrano-Vitorino's immigration status and his criminal history, which includes a felony conviction in Los Angeles County from 2003. Serrano-Vitorino was deported to Mexico in 2004 but illegally returned to the U.S. sometime later, officials said.
Missouri's primary presidential election is next week, and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump and other immigration critics have cited the death of Kathryn Steinle -- who was shot in San Francisco in July by a felon from Mexico living in the U.S. illegally -- to call for harsher measures to control illegal immigration.
Around 11 p.m. Monday, Kansas City police responded to a house in "somewhat of a rural" area, where they discovered the victims, Wyandotte County Dist. Atty. Jerome Gorman said in a televised news conference Wednesday.
Officers found two people on a couch who had been shot and killed, Gorman said. A third victim was still alive when police arrived, but soon died on the porch. A fourth victim was found outside the house and died after being taken to the hospital. Officials have identified the victims as Michael Capps, Jeremy Waters, Clint Harter and Austin Harter.
Officials "fairly quickly" zeroed in on Serrano-Vitorino as a suspect, Gorman said, and Missouri State Highway Patrol officials said police found his 2002 Dodge pickup at 7:02 a.m. Wednesday, abandoned along Interstate 70 about 200 miles to the east in Montgomery County, Mo.
"We don't know if we had mechanical problems, or ran out of fuel, or any of that," Sgt. Scott White, a Highway Patrol spokesman, said at a televised news conference.
Less than 20 minutes later, at 7:20 a.m., sheriff's officials got a phone call about a shooting at the home of Randy J. Nordman, 49, along the interstate, and officials found Nordman's body when they arrived, the Highway Patrol said in a statement. Serrano-Vitorino was accused of killing Nordman.Mexico is sending its felons and welfare cases north as illegal aliens. Liberals provide cover for them. It is time Congress stood up to this.