News from the SF Examiner and resident Communist sympathizer Jonah Owen Lamb discusses District 2 Supe Mark Farrell's recent brush with sanity. Unfortunately, it will do no good in a town where 99% of the people governing it are certifiably insane....
After weeks of political mud slinging over who’s at fault for the events that led to the shooting death of Kathryn Steinle, a proposal intended to prevent such incidents has emerged in City Hall.
But some critics (read: Communist trash) say the proposal is a betrayal of The City’s
sanctuary status for undocumented immigrants and yet another attack on
the (rightly) embattled (psuedo-) sheriff.
On Tuesday, Supervisor Mark Farrell made public his three-pronged
proposal in reaction to Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi’s recent (cold-blooded and completely insincere) request of Mayor
Ed Lee and the Board of Supervisors to clarify how city agencies should
deal with federal immigration officials.
“The public safety of San Francisco residents unequivocally comes
first,” Farrell wrote in a statement (obviously being new to SF politics). “Our Sanctuary City law has been a
pillar of public safety policy for decades in San Francisco (which is complete bullshit but more on that later), but
unfortunately this sheriff has implemented additional ideological
policies that fly in the face of not only our local laws but federal law
as well, and it must come to an end.”
While many San Francisco lawmakers (scum-sucking pussies that they are) have said they are against
changing The City’s Due Process for All Ordinance, the proposal requests
Mirkarimi to rescind his department’s policy that bars most
(more like "all") communication with Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Farrell also
proposed a resolution supporting The City’s sanctuary status (not like he had a choice) as well as a
hearing to give law enforcement more guidance on the subject.
Lastly, Farrell is proposing a law mandating the (illegal alien killer-loving) Sheriff’s Department
check with the (illegal alien killer-loving) District Attorney before transporting prisoners on a
warrant to ensure the charges won’t be dropped.
The man who allegedly shot and killed Steinle, Juan Francisco
Lopez-Sanchez, was brought back to San Francisco on a 20-year-old
warrant for marijuana possession, but the charges were subsequently
dropped and he was released two weeks later.
Lopez-Sanchez has since pleaded not guilty to murder charges and is expected to appear in court Wednesday (where both the DA's office and Public Defender's office will try in tandem to get him the lightest sentence possible).
The package of reforms, as Farrell’s office is calling it, was sent
to Mirkarimi in letter form and also includes a request for the sheriff
to explain why his department held Lopez-Sanchez for two weeks after he
should have been a free man (which he definitely should NOT have been).
The ongoing blame game emerged after the July 1 shooting death of
Steinle, whom Lopez-Sanchez allegedly killed after being released from
County Jail in April.
ICE officials had asked the Sheriff’s Department to hold him for
deportation, but city law bars cooperation with immigration officials
unless the person has been convicted of and faces a violent felony (and even then the City still let them go).
While Farrell’s proposals mirror those made by the mayor’s office in
recent weeks, at least one lawmaker says it’s one more attempt to blame
the whole affair on (the rightly blamed) Mirkarimi.
“[Farrell’s] resolution attempts to affirm the Due Process for All
Ordinance while weakening it by allowing the sheriff to use his
discretion beyond the intention of Due Process for All,” (scum-sucking pussy scumbag fuckwad) Supervisor John
Avalos told the San Francisco Examiner via text message. (Basically, affirming that Due Process for All is intended to shield all illegal immigrants from federal authorities - including gang members, rapists, murderers, and even mass-murderers.)
“Farrell appears to be jumping on the ‘scapegoat the sheriff’
bandwagon,” (murderer-loving faggot) Avalos continued. “Many San Francisco public officials, from
the mayor on down, assume the sheriff is so unpopular that they can
tell him he should handle ICE requests in a different way than we had
required and intended in the Due Process for All Ordinance that we all
supported (and is fucking wrong - ethically, morally, and legally).”
Avalos was the primary author of the Due Process for All Ordinance (and is a TURD).
“There’s a national spotlight on San Francisco,” Avalos said, adding
the result will weaken the local sanctuary and public safety protection,
thereby allowing for a more right-wing vision of national immigration
reform to prevail. (God, where do I begin with this? Avalos is a KILLER-LOVING FAGGOT who doesn't give a fuck about public safety. As far as this piece of human garbage is concerned, a white woman dead is a BONUS. In case you haven't figured it out yet, I hate this RACIST BASTARD. Why couldn't it have been you that was shot, you waste of skin???)
Sheriff’s officials say they’re looking forward to Farrell’s proposed
hearing to clarify The City’s laws and give guidance over communication
between the Sheriff’s Department and ICE (certainly the UNION is - who supported the much less insane Vicki Hennessey over Mirkarimi in the last election).
But the proposal’s other elements are more problematic, said Mark Nico, an attorney for the Sheriff’s Department.
Nico said the existing ban on communication is not complete because
the department will tell ICE when someone is in custody (yeah... sure they will), what they are
being charged with and other details of the case. But the department
will not tell ICE of the release date, as it would essentially
circumvent a prisoner’s constitutional rights (which - in San Francisco - is always more important than the rights of the innocent).
As for the proposal to mandate communication with the DA on charging
decisions, the Sheriff’s Department already does so on warrants in which
the DA has jurisdiction (yeah... sure it does). But bench warrants — used in the Lopez-Sanchez
case — and court orders are issued by a judge and are beyond the DA’s
jurisdiction, Nico said.