DOJ Drops The Hammer On Kate Steinle’s Killer

Kate Steinle’s Killer, Jose Garcia Zarate, already is wanted by the Department of Justice. A warrant has been issued for his arrest and US Marshalls. Zarate was incredibly found innocent of murder in the death of Kate Steinle after shooting her in the back at point-blank range.

The incredible miscarriage of justice took place in the City of San Francisco on the notorious Left Coast. San Francisco has declared itself to be a Sanctuary City for illegal aliens like Mr. Zarate. Zarate has been deported numerous times but managed to get back and commit this murder. This means that there is no rule of law to be expected in the City By The Bay. Read the warrants below.

As Written By Benny Johnson for the Daily Caller:

The Department of Justice unsealed an arrest warrant Friday for Jose Garcia Zarate for a supervised release violation.

The U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas unsealed the warrant after a San Francisco jury handed down a not guilty verdict to Zarate in the murder trial of Kate Steinle.

The decision came as a shock to many.

Zarate is an illegal immigrant and convicted felon who had been deported five times. In 2015, Zarate was released by the San Fransisco county jail, even though federal agents asked for him to be detained and eventually deported.

Immigration and Customs Enforcement Deputy Director Tom Homan said in a statement Thursday that he would be deported for a sixth time.

According to DOJ officials:

There is an existing federal detainer that requires this defendant to be remanded into the custody of US Marshals Service to be transported to the Western District of Texas pursuant to the arrest warrant.

Here are the documents, calling for his arrest…..


DOJ Unseals Arrest Warrant For Zarate | The Daily Caller

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