Last week, police finally apprehended the illegal immigrant suspected of killing California police officer Cpl. Ronil Singh. In a symbolic gesture, officers used Singh’s handcuffs to detain the suspect.
Singh’s alleged killer, Gustavo Perez Arriaga, is an illegal immigrant with previous arrests. Singh was a legal immigrant originally from Fiji.
Hours after the arrest during a press conference, Singh’s brother was invited to say a few words to the press. It is absolutely devastating to watch.
Every single Democrat who doesn’t support the wall and increasing border security should be made to watch this video:
“Please bear with me. This is not easy for me. Ronil Singh was my older brother, and he's not coming back...I'd like to thank you for working day and night to make this happen,” Singh’s brother, Reggie, said through tears.
He continued: “A lot of law enforcement people that I don’t know worked days and nights to make this happen. I’d like to thank you from the bottom of my heart.”
Stanislaus County Sheriff Adam Christianson has repeatedly blasted “sanctuary city” policies that prevented law enforcement officials from deporting him.
"This is a criminal illegal alien with prior criminal activity that should have been reported to ICE," Christianson said. "We were prohibited, law enforcement was prohibited because of sanctuary laws, and that led to the encounter with Officer Singh. I'm suggesting that the outcome could have been different if law enforcement wasn't restricted, prohibited or had their hands tied because of political interference."
Since the initial arrest, police have reportedly recovered a murder weapon and arrested several more people for trying to help the suspect flee the country.
"Authorities said Friday they'd taken two more people into custody in connection with this week's shooting death of a California police officer, bringing the total number of suspects arrested to eight. The pair were identified as a girlfriend and brother of the suspected gunman," Fox News reported.
Why won't Democrats support the rule of law?