This is what compassion brings to law-abiding citizens. It always astounds me how the world has been turned upside down when it comes to criminals and their ‘rights’, above the law-abiding population’s rights. Remember the days when anyone caught doing anything bad would be strung up and hanged right there and then with everyone looking on? These days, you may as well hang the victims, that’s how much the tables have turned. Case in point is Kesler Dufrene, who had a long criminal history, had been arrested NINE times, with his first arrest being at 14 when he bashed a teacher (yeah, no clue as to the fine upstanding person they were dealing with, hey liberal judges?). Mr Dufrene was released after Obama halted deportations to Haiti due to their earthquake. How did he repay Obama’s good deed? Why, funny you should ask. He thanked Mr Obama by slaughtering 3 people before killing himself. This is the type of fine characters who the American government have allowed to stay in their country on the grounds under the headline of compassion. If it were my family that had been killed, I’d sue the USA government up to their eyeballs. Their $15 trillion debt would swiftly go up to $16 trillion after I’d finished with them.
Hat tip: Mark and H
|Convicted felon, Kesler Dufrene
A Haitian immigrant, freed after the Obama Administration halted deportations to his native country, went on to kill three people before shooting himself, police say.
Twice convicted felon, Kesler Dufrene, of Manatee County, Florida, was due to be deported after a five-year jail term ended in October 2010.
But deportations to Haiti were temporarily halted after the country was rocked by a devastating earthquake in January that year.
Two months after his release, Dufrene, 23, went on to slaughter three people including 15-year-old Ashley Chow, in North Miami, according to police.
Ashley, a High School student who dreamed of becoming a lawyer, lived in the house in the 400 block of Northwest 134th Street, along with other victims Harlen Peralta, 25, and her boyfriend, Israel Rincon, 35.
After worried relatives called police on January 2, 2011, officers burst into the house to discover all three had been shot dead.
DNA found on a rifle left inside the house and mobile phone tracking technology linked Dufrene to the murders.
But before detectives could interrogate the drifter, Dufrene shot and killed himself during an unrelated burglary and shooting, 18 days after the murders.
The victims reportedly did not know Dufrene. Their families are now angry over the halted deportation and want answers into the as yet unsolved murders.
‘This guy shouldn’t have been in America,’ Audrey Hansack, 37, mother of murdered Ashely, told the Miami Herald. ‘I’m so upset with the whole situation. Because of immigration, my daughter is not alive.
‘The case has cast a black cloud over U.S. authorities, who by law could not keep Dufrene indefinitely after the Obama administration ordered the halt on deportation.In a statement issued on Friday, the ICE did not reveal how many other convicted criminals were freed and not deported during the deportation halt.
He had a long criminal history and had been arrested nine times, the first at the age of 14 for battering a teacher.