2020 Jan 18, 5:13pm
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Immigration and Customs Enforcement has blasted New York City's sanctuary laws, saying the city ignored a federal immigration detainer for a man who went on to be charged with the rape and murder of a 92-year-old woman.Reeaz Khan, 21, walked free without bail on assault and gun charges in late November, six weeks before he was arrested again on Friday and charged in the horrific murder of Maria Fuertes in Queens.On Tuesday, ICE released a statement excoriating the city for not cooperating with federal immigration enforcement, saying the murder could have been prevented if its agents had been allowed in November to take custody of Khan, a Guyanese national who is present in the U.S. illegally.'New York City's stance against honoring detainers is dangerously flawed,' said Thomas R. Decker, ICE Enforcement and Removal Operations field office director for New York. 'It was a deadly choice to release a man on an active ICE detainer back onto the streets after his first arrest.'
Reeaz Khan, 21, walked free without bail on assault and gun charges
This is another trend in Commie-run locations: abolishing bail as "wasist" and just letting all offenders go without posting a single penny.