Officer, United States, Donald Trump discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory


Of the lowest years for officer fatalities in the last decade, the rising number of law enforcement officer deaths in two thousand eighteen is disappointing news after a decline in two thousand seventeen said the the national law enforcement officers memorial fund CEO Craig Floyd. So that ties in with the big story today, which is the the police officer that was shot and killed out in California. By an illegal alien who had no business being here. He he's got gang affiliations were connections. He had already been he had multiple DUI is at least two prior d wise. And he was he was at large earlier today was weird because they put pictures of the suspect out on CNN MSNBC, Fox News, but they wouldn't release his name, which led all sorts of speculation on on social media. What are they hiding? And they were they were claiming at the time that in Mexico, and I don't know this to be a fact, I'm just repeating what I what I saw on cable TV. A lot of times people will have both last names will have their mother's last name in their father's last name. And they'll use them as various aliases, and they wanted to make sure they were identifying the right guy. They put his picture out. But they weren't one hundred percent sure they had the right name to go along with it until he was arrested earlier today so says the illegal immigrant fugitive wanted in the murder of the California police officer is in custody after being on the run for more than two days. Police arrested the man identified by the county sheriff as Gustavo Perez Ariaca near Bakersfield about two hundred eighty miles southeast of Newman where the police corporal sing was gunned down early Wednesday. The rest was also confirmed by the Fresno county sheriff's office and the Kern county sheriff's office. The sheriff's department had been handling the told reporters at a news conference that Ariaca is from Mexico and was in the US illegally. After previously crossing the Arizona border wasn't clear when that occurred. However, Christians said the suspect had been in the country for a number of years and was seeking to cross back over the border before the shooting occurred. He had known gang affiliations repeat that again, he had known gang affiliations as well. As to prior d you is he was stopped by sing for a DUI investigation before engaging in a gunfight with the officer during wishing tried to defend himself Christopherson said and a separate news conference on on Thursday. And the announcement of Akim nearly day after the Newman police chief Randy Richardson made an emotional plea for the suspect to turn himself in. This is the guy who was telling you about this. He was he was crying on TV's and a coward took his life a coward took his life. We need closure. His family needs closure. Because honestly, the suspect may have connections to a violent Mexican American street gang. According to an image circulating on social media confirmed as authentic by investigators earlier on Friday, and they put a picture up there. The I put a link to this article up on Twitter Twitter dot com slash p c eleven seventy. They've got him in a a wife beater tank top. He's got his chain around his neck, and he's he's got a tat that connects him with a particular southern Californian slash Mexican gang. That's been blamed for murders and human smuggling crimes across the US Mexican border. So the good news. He's in custody. He should have never been here in the first place. Yeah. No business being here. And this this story is. Perfect for Trump to us to make the case for why we need the border wall. Why we need why we need to have I guess seen immigration policy. You can't just let anybody into the country was on earlier this hour, and he was talking about a case from a couple of years back on the east coast where we're we're too young girls were killed by an illegal immigrant DUI multiple offenses as well. And he didn't belong here. We're enforcing the laws. You wouldn't have been here in the first place. So it's is just tragic all the way around phone number here again is one eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine that's one eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine and the other story that they were trying to blame on Trump was this eight year old boy that was coming here. I guess from from Honduras and the part of the story. And they didn't tell you the part of the story that came out later was that the dad they take child to the hospital the dad declined. Medical treatment for his son. And they're like, well, wait a minute. I thought this was Trump's fault. So the father of an eight year old quantum Molin migrant who's from Guatemala declined additional medical treatment for his son just hours before the child died, according to the department of homeland security. The boy was being held in a US customs and border protection custody with his father after entering the country illegally. He died on Christmas Eve on on the way to the hospital after having being treated at the hospital earlier in the day says how did this happen? Well, the the child Alonzo was first taken to the hospital Monday diagnosed with the cold. He also had a fever. He was given medication at discharge. I think he's giving antibiotics later in the day he complained of nausea vomited, his father told officials that despite the vomiting. He believed his son was feeling better. And said he didn't need any more medical attention at the time. The daily caller reported. Officials checked in on the boy again later, but notice that he had gotten worse. They took him back to the hospital but Alonzo lost consciousness during the trip and died late Monday night, but his Trump's fault, right? So why is this important as well? Holding conditions for illegal immigrants caught trying to cross the border into the United States have been under increasing scrutiny in recent weeks. Dating back to the.

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