Dori: Twice-deported illegal immigrant attempts to kidnap Burien girl
What is the latest out of Burien? As The Seattle Times reported, prosecutors have charged a Burien man with luring and second-degree assault, after he allegedly tried to force a 14-year-old girl into his pickup truck.
The suspect is 51-year-old Esequiel Medina-Vasquez. Any guesses as to his citizenship status? Yep, he is an illegal immigrant.
Medina-Vasquez has been deported twice before, in 2007 and 2014. He was also arrested in 2017 for coming into the country illegally, but clearly he didn’t get sent back to Mexico. He was allowed back on the streets, where he was able to attempt a sexual assault against a 14-year-old girl.
Remember what Jay Inslee tells us about people like Esequiel Medina-Vasquez? These people are “pillars of our communities.”
We have the most lax laws. We are attracting drug vagrants, and we are attracting illegal immigrants. We are seeing the ramifications of it on the streets with all of the women who are being sexually assaulted, from the woman at the Ballard car dealership to Kelly Herron at Golden Gardens, to this teenage girl in Burien.
Washington is the best place to be if you’re an illegal immigrant. We’ve got sanctuary everything and a governor who tells you you’re a pillar of the community when you come into this country illegally and commit crimes. What a great place to come and abduct 14-year-old girls.
When will the madness stop?
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