Law Enforcement in California are currently undertaking a manhunt for an illegal alien accused of murdering a police officer in the City of Newman, in Stanislaus County.
The Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Department thus far has declined to provide a name for the suspect being sought, on the basis of waiting to be absolutely certain of it. However, county authorities seem to have enough of a grasp on the suspect’s identity to describe him as someone who is in the country illegally.
The suspect is sought in regards to the Wednesday murder of a Newman Police Officer, Ronil Singh. According to the Sheriff’s Department, Singh had stopped the suspect as part of a DUI investigation early Wednesday morning. He reported that shots had been fired shortly afterwards, and Officer Singh was found at the scene with gunshot wounds.
Sources within local law enforcement described Singh as a 7-year veteran of the small Newman Police Department, and as an immigrant from the small Pacific island nation of Fiji. Tragically, he had a five-month old son. If the initial reports about the killer’s immigration prove to be correct, the situation would represent a case in which an illegal alien murdered someone who by all appearances seemed to be an upstanding legal immigrant who was giving back to his community, in the capacity of serving as a police officer.
President Trump tweeted about the developing situation Thursday afternoon, highlighting the tragedy as an event that could have been possibly prevented with the implementation of tough new immigration laws and a border wall:
There is right now a full scale manhunt going on in California for an illegal immigrant accused of shooting and killing a police officer during a traffic stop. Time to get tough on Border Security. Build the Wall!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 27, 2018
Municipal and federal law enforcement continue to search across California for the suspect, of whom a photo was released. He was last seen fleeing the scene of the incident in a white Ford F150 pickup truck, and should be considered armed and dangerous.
Former Mexican Defense Minister is Arrested in Los Angeles for Allegedly Protecting a Drug Cartel
More Proof that Mexico is An Institutional Dumpster Fire
Retired Mexican General Salvador Cienfuegos was arrested on October 15, 2020.
According to allegations from U.S. prosecutors, General Cienfuegos received bribes from a powerful Mexican cartel and allowed to smuggle drugs into the United States.
An indictment that was unsealed on October 17, revealed that from December 2015 to February 2017, while he served as Mexico’s Secretary of National Defense, Cienfuegos allegedly worked on behalf of a drug cartel. In working with this drug cartel, Cienfuegos earned the nickname of “El Padrino” (The Godfather) by helping the H-2 Cartel move drugs from Mexico to the U.S.
“The defendant [Cienfuegos] abused that public position to help the H-2 Cartel, an extremely violent Mexican drug trafficking organization, traffic thousands of kilograms of cocaine, heroin, methamphetamine and marijuana into the United States,” prosecutors contended in a letter sent to a U.S. District Court judge in New York.
“In exchange for bribe payments,” the letter argued, he allowed the cartel “to operate with impunity in Mexico” while it operated distribution networks in cities such as Los Angeles and Las Vegas and in other states such as Ohio, Minnesota, North Carolina and New York.
U.S. agents took the retired general into custody on October 15 at Los Angeles International Airport. Cienfuegos is expected to be transferred to New York.
Cienfuegos served as defense secretary from 2012 to 2018 under the administration of then-President Enrique Peña Nieto.
“The main problem in Mexico is corruption,” López Obrador declared during a news briefing on October 16 regarding the incident.
In López Obrador’s view, it is “regrettable” that someone in such a high position of government has deep connections to drug cartels.
“This is a process of progressive degradation,” López Obrador continued, “and we are trying now to figure out how deep the corruption goes.”
As of now, Cienfuegos is the most prominent Mexican official to have been arrested on drug trafficking charges. In 2019, U.S. authorities arrested Genaro García Luna, the Secretary of Public Security under the administration of former President Felipe Calderón, for allegedly being involved in drug trafficking.
According to the U.S. indictment, Cienfuegos was working with H-2, an alleged branch of the Beltrán-Leyva criminal cartel. On top of that, prosecutors claims that the retired general received bribes to shield the cartel and its leaders. He then proceeded to inform them beforehand of military actions planned against them and even used troops to attack a rival cartel.
Mexico is clearly on the ropes institutionally. With a current president (AMLO) who wants to take a “hugs not bullets” approach to crime, the country will continue to spiral into chaos as drug cartels become even more powerful. President Trump has been right all along in building a wall to protect America from the potential spillover effects of Mexico’s drug war.
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