Hear from 2 Men Whose Sons Were Allegedly Killed by Illegal Immigrants
Last week, families victimized by illegal immigrants got to tell their stories to a House committee.
Tonight, two men who say their sons were killed by illegal immigrants were on "The Factor" to discuss.
Jamiel Shaw delivered a powerful message at last week’s hearing about the loss of his 17-year-old son, Jamiel Shaw II, in 2008. His son was killed by Pedro Espinoza, who was brought into the country at 4 years old and had an extensive criminal background.
“Do black lives really matter or does it matter only if you are shot by a white person or a white policeman?” Shaw asked at the hearing.
Shaw tonight told O’Reilly that Espinoza was out of jail for one day when he was ordered by a gang shot caller to murder black people.
“He was looking for someone black to kill, and he was in my neighborhood, and he saw my son walking down the street, and he went over there and murdered him,” Shaw said.
Steve Ronnebeck then sounded off on the January death of his son, 21-year-old Grant Ronnebeck. Grant was allegedly gunned down by illegal immigrant Apolinar Altamirano while working at a convenience store. Ronnebeck told O’Reilly that Altamirano was released by ICE and had committed a sex crime and a burglary, which was pled down to a simple burglary. Ronnebeck said that Altamirano was sentenced to probation, and that he murdered his son around the time that his probation ended.
“We’re angry,” Ronnebeck said. “We wanna know why he was on the streets, why did they let him go?”
O’Reilly agreed with the two fathers.
“We gotta stop this madness and we gotta stop this now,” he said.
Watch the interviews above.
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