closeVideo ‘It’s disgusting’: father of man killed by illegal immigrant blasts Gov. Newsom’s trip to Central America
Don Rosenberg, whose son was killed by an illegal immigrant driver in California, says Gov. Newsom is by illegal immigrants on his own condition.
The Governor of California, Gavin Newsom, in an apparent rebuke of the President to forgive his Executive, more than a dozen illegal immigrants in prison, according to which beliefs, seek including to commit murder and grand theft.
While his decision not to halt deportation proceedings, the offence that prompted the decision to remove them. Newsom’s office justified the decision as a way to help the pardoned — many of them were sentenced prior to 2000 — to avoid “collateral consequences” of their conviction.
“By granting these pardons for people who change your life,” read a press release, “the Governor is looking to the barriers to employment and the public service, the restoration of civil rights and obligations, and to prevent unjust collateral consequences of the conviction.”
Among the pardoned two Cambodian refugees who came to the United States as children, fleeing genocide in their homeland.
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One of the refugees, hay Hov, was convicted in 2001 and served four years and three months in prison, according to which convictions for obtaining in order to commit murder, and participation in a criminal street gang. The other, Kang hen, was convicted in 1999 and served a little over a year in prison, with a view to convictions for grand theft and robbery.
Newsom under each signed by the pardons, noting that the people deserved it, a pardon, after he time and “good behavior in the community.”
“By the laws of this state, it is right that I, as Governor of the state of California, give testimony that, by the completion of his sentence and good conduct in the community, Mr Hov, the benefits of this forgiveness she said,” he, for Hov – excuse me.
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The other offences include drug related crimes, forgery and driving under the influence of alcohol and drugs.
Newsom is the decision seemed to be a pattern to follow, from California to thwart officials open to federal immigration enforcement. Since the middle of 2018, the administration is embroiled in a legal dispute with the state over its laws that limit cooperation with Federal immigration authority.