By John F. Di Leo -
On Wednesday, July 1, 2015, a young American woman – Kathryn Steinle, age 32 – was shot in the back as she and her father were strolling on a pier in San Francisco. She died in his arms, pleading “Help me, help me!”
The facts in the case are plain, and undisputed. We don’t even need to fill the story with the adverb “allegedly,” since the demon who did it has admitted to have done it (though he claims it was accidental, in alternate moments claiming either that the gun went off on its own or that he was just “shooting at seals” for fun, but missed… as if tourists at a viewing pier in San Francisco are allowed to take pot shots at the seals).
The villain, Francisco Sanchez, has at least seven felony convictions for drug trafficking (so yes, we would call him a demon even if he hadn’t killed Miss Steinle; he’s killed plenty of addicts by dealing their drugs). He has been deported five times. He was caught and released by the city of San Francisco because it’s a “sanctuary city,” a city that attracts illegal foreign criminals because it’s on record promising to shelter them from immigration authorities. There’s even a shocker about the gun he used; it’s reported to be a handgun that was either stolen from, or misplaced by, a federal agent last year.
Oh yes, there’s much to say about this case.