California Releases Convicted Illegal Alien Child Murderer From Prison Under Sanctuary Law

Immigration and Customs Enforcement has been forced to track down and apprehend a convicted illegal alien child murderer who was released from custody of the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation earlier this month.

Carlos Morales-Ramirez, 44, was convicted of second-degree murder, assault on a child causing death, and great bodily injury to a child causing death by the Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles, in 1998. He was paroled from California’s prison system on December 4th, with the state’s left-wing government refusing to hand the child killer over to ICE citing the state’s sanctuary laws. The immigration enforcement agency had filed a detainer request for Morales-Ramirez.

Morales-Ramirez, a Salvadorian national evaded ICE for almost a week, before federal agents arrested him on December 10th in Los Angeles.

Tucker Carlson reported on the travesty of justice and betrayal of the state’s children in a Friday night segment.

California’s sanctuary policies continue to fail residents by allowing convicted criminals like Morales-Ramirez to walk free – state officials and advocates need to take a hard look at the reality, and potential consequences, of these misguided laws that leave potential victims wildly unprotected from very egregious criminal offenders,” said ICE’s Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) Los Angeles Field Office Director Dave Marin.

Left-wing Los Angeles County prosecutor George Gascón has mandated a policy of prosecutorial discretion against charging illegal immigrants with crimes,