Of course, there’s a small matter of whether the murderer, in this case of a ten year old girl, is an outlaw. See, he already was arrested before the crime, and ICE was directed to let him go, in accordance with Administration policy that Criminal Aliens’ Lives Matter, and Their Murder Victims’ Lives Don’t.
Smith County Sheriffs have confirmed that Gustavo Zavala-Garcia, 24, was charged with Capital Murder for the death of Kayla Gomez-Orozco, 10.
“He’s given us information from him, and we’ve been able gather enough evidence in our investigation to charge him with that crime,” said Smith County Sheriff Larry Smith.A relative of the slain little girl, Zavala-Garcia was the lone suspect in the case. He illegally entered the United States on an unknown date and unknown location.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers first encountered and lodged a detainer on Zavala-Garcia Oct. 10, 2014, after he was convicted in Smith County for assaulting a family member, which caused injury. He entered ICE custody Oct. 21, 2014 and was released on bond the same day.
The girl was missing almost a week after going missing at a church. All the time that searchers were seeking her, she was raped and murdered and lying at the bottom of that well.
Because Gustavo Zavala-Garcia is some politicians’ model of the American public they’d rather have than the one they’ve got now.
Law enforcement officers know that people are individuals, not stereotypes. But they also know that a stereotype — a profile — often can be a pearl of wisdom built up around a grain of truth. In search of such a pearl? Ask any law enforcement officer you know and trust if there is any distinct population group that is more likely to be associated with child sexual abuse. (There’s also one other kind of crime the same group also “wins” on).