‘What a disgrace. Don’t let the rest of the country become California’: Don Jr. leads outrage after five-time deported illegal immigrant is found not guilty of murdering San Francisco woman

Thursday, November 30, 2017
By Paul Martin

Jose Ines Garcia Zarate has been found not guilty of second-degree murder
Garcia Zarate admitted to shooting 32-year-old Kate Steinle last week
But he said he was holding gun on San Francisco pier when it accidentally fired
Garcia Zarate is a Mexican illegal immigrant who has been deported five times
Donald Trump Jr called the decision a ‘disgrace’ and said he hopes it’s a ‘wake call up’ (sic) to the rest of the country
Steinle’s father Jim said the family is ‘saddened and shocked by the verdict
But her brother Brad said he wasn’t shocked because of the ‘epic failure’ that saw Garcia Zarate on the streets with a gun

30 November 2017

Donald Trump Jr lead a group of outraged politicians and right-wing commentators after the Mexican illegal immigrant who admitted to shooting Kate Stenile in the back while she was walking with her father on a San Francisco pier was found not guilty of second-degree murder.

‘What a disgrace,’ the president’s oldest son tweeted late Thursday night after attending the White House tree lighting ceremony.

‘Don’t let the rest of the country become California. If this isn’t a wake call up (sic) to reasonable and law abiding people I don’t know what is.’

Jose Ines Garcia Zarate was charged with second-degree murder and assault with a deadly weapon. Though he admitted to shooting the 32-year-old in the back on July 1, 2015, he said the gun went off accidentally.

He was also not found guilty of involuntary manslaughter or assault with a firearm, and was only convicted on being a felon in possession of a weapon. Garcia Zarate now faces between 16 months and three years in state prison.

President Donald Trump has yet to issue a public statement about the case, which took on political overtones and fueled his cries to defund sanctuary cities and tighten immigration policies.

Steinle’s family told the San Francisco Chronicle after the verdict announcement they are ‘saddened and shocked.’
‘There’s no other way you can coin it,’ Kate’s father Jim Steinle told the newspaper. ‘Justice was rendered, but it was not served.’

But her brother Brad said he wasn’t shocked at the verdict after the ‘epic failure’ that saw Garcia Zarate on the streets and with a loaded gun in his hands.

Before the shooting Garcia Zarate had been deported five times and served federal prison time for illegally re-entering the United States. He had also been released from the San Francisco jail about three months before the shooting, despite a request by federal immigration authorities to detain him for further deportation proceedings.

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