Same Shit–Different Day


The man who raped and strangled 16-year-old Brittany Binger left a wealth of DNA evidence at the scene. He attacked her on a long-ago winter night as she walked beside a country road called Pocahontas Trail. Authorities found his semen in the victim and slivers of his scratched-off skin under her fingernails.

When police arrived, they saw a 20-ounce juice bottle, three-quarters full of Minute Maid Strawberry Passion, standing upright 12 feet from Brittany’s body, suggesting that the killer had carefully set it on the pavement before grabbing the girl. Detectives traced the lot number on the label to a nearby Miller Mart. And security video recorded at the convenience store around the time of the killing shows a day laborer named Oswaldo Martinez buying just such a drink, investigators said.

Seven weeks later, on Feb. 18, 2005, detectives in James City County clapped handcuffs on Martinez, then 33, a Salvadoran immigrant who had been in the United States illegally for months. After DNA tests confirmed that the semen and torn pieces of skin were his, police said, he was charged with capital murder.

“A slam dunk,” recalled one detective. “That’s what we thought.”

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The 27-year-old man accused of killing a young Denver lawyer in an October hit-and-run collision pleaded guilty Monday in federal court to illegally reentering the U.S. after being deported to Honduras in 2007.

Norlan Estrada-Reyes was sentenced to the 45 days he had already served, but will be taken into custody by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement upon his release in the federal case.

Federal prosecutors had asked that Estrada-Reyes, who was twice arrested in Denver before the crash that killed 28-year-old Karina Pulec — including for suspicion of driving under the influence — be sentenced to four months in prison.

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After being deported in 2007, he was arrested twice in Denver. Then, police say he killed a woman.

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The Arapahoe County District Attorney estimates Colorado taxpayers will end up spending about $1 million to prosecute and house Pedro Reynaldo Tun, who has been convicted for drunk driving five times, deported twice and admits he has been in the United States illegally since he was 13 years old.

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Just Sayin’.

Today`s tragic reminder that illegal immigration is not a victimless crime is the deadly crash that took the lives of Hollywood film director Bob Clark and his son Ariel, 22, early Wednesday. They died in a high-speed collision when struck head-on by an SUV driven by a very drunk Mexican.

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Around the same time, just a few more murderous Mexicans…

In the closing days of his campaign, Donald Trump vilified one of the world’s richest men — Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim — as part of a globalist cabal conspiring to extinguish his populist candidacy.

Yet over the weekend, Slim journeyed to Mar-a-Lago, Trump’s estate in Palm Beach, Fla., for what the president-elect described as “a lovely dinner with a wonderful man.”

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San Joaquin County resident Isidro Mesa was sentenced Monday for felony hit-and-run and misdemeanor manslaughter in the death of Stockton police Ofc. Justin Kepler last August.

“My heart is just breaking. It feels like another loss,” said his mother, Rhonda Kepler.

“They managed to kill him twice. But this time it was the court system that did it,” said Justin’s brother, Kyle Kepler.

Mesa’s sentence: eight months in prison and five years probation.

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The United States is currently paying up to $1.6 billion a year in unemployment insurance benefits to unemployed illegal alien workers.

Why should we pay these workers to, in effect, stay in the United States even after they have lost their jobs here, jobs that were obtained only through the violation of U.S. laws?

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