Trump Reveals Details on Kate Steinle’s Killer the Jury Wasn’t Aware of….Americans in Disbelief

Trump Reveals Details on Kate Steinles Killer the Jury Wasnt Aware of Americans in Disbelief

On Thursday, Jose Ines Garcia Zarate has been pardoned of all homicide charges against him, in regards to the murder of Kate Steinle. Zarate was also deported five times in a row, which posed no problem for the San Francisco court who withdrew all charges.

As a result, America jumped up in an outrage, with President Trump giving his opinion on the matter as well:

Trump continued elaborating the unjust court decision via Twitter:

“The Kate Steinle killer came back and back over the weakly protected Obama border, always committing crimes and being violent, and yet this info was not used in court,” Trump said. “His exoneration is a complete travesty of justice. BUILD THE WALL!”

“The jury was not told the killer of Kate was a 7-time felon,” he continued. “The Schumer/Pelosi Democrats are so weak on Crime that they will pay a big price in the 2018 and 2020 Elections.”

Trump, alongside other faithful supporters of his, demanded justice for Steinle. Steinle was a young woman who was on her way of discovering and enjoying life. She was killed on a San Francisco pier, and her death caused quite the controversy among Americans.

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Of course, “prosecutorial overreach” has been mentioned in regards to the case more than once. This means that Zarate was supposed to be accused of negligent homicide or involuntary manslaughter, although first-degree murder was the initial plan.

It is unresolved whether Zarate had the intention of deliberately killing Steinle. Many suggested the death could have followed as a result of a single-shot bullet ricochet, which leads us to believe the court must have introduced “reasonable doubt” on all charges.

Zarate faces a soon-to-come deportation, which will mark his fifth deportation to date. However, having in mind San Francisco’s “sanctuary city” law, things have remained a little ‘stuck’, to say the least.

Honestly, if immigration laws were implemented sooner rather than later (or never), Steinle could have still been alive to this day.
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