Article originally appeared on www.frontpagemag.com.
On a busy Saturday night, on January 27, a mob of illegal Venezuelan immigrants viciously beat two New York City policemen in Time Square. The police were there to maintain law and order, which illegal immigrants in the neighborhood were disrupting. Several of the alleged attackers were caught and arrested but were quickly released with no bail because of New York’s bail “reform” law. Nor were they handed over to ICE for immediate deportation. New York City is a sanctuary city, and New York law bars local law enforcement officers from handing over suspected illegal immigrants to ICE for detention and prompt removal from the country.
The New York Post reported that these alleged cop beaters “were part of a wolf-pack of violent shoplifters who just moments before had snatched handbags in a nearby store and attacked an employee who tried to stop …
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