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Trump’s Going After Kate Steinle’s Killer After California Set Him Free!

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They’re going after him, regardless of what liberal California says.

The disgraceful ruling in the trial of the illegal immigrant who killed Kate Steinle is NOT going to protect the defendant.

Jose Inez Garcia Zarate might have gotten off for Steinle’s death, but that has only prompted Trump’s Department of Justice, via the US Attorney’s Office for the Western District of Texas, to issue a new warrant for his arrest.

As many have forgotten, at least those in the mainstream media, Zarate was wanted for NUMEROUS crimes long before he killed Steinle.

There is, of course, the fact that Zarate entered the US illegally multiple times, a federal crime in and of itself. What more, his release from prison after serving time for that crime was violated the moment Zarate picked up a gun, whether or not he intentionally killed anyone.

And that’s what Texas is going after him for.

Zarate had only served a portion of his sentence for repeatedly violating the US border when he was transferred to San Francisco on more serious drug charges. Charges that the liberal sanctuary state immediately dropped and released Zarate onto the streets, where he then went on to kill Steinle.

From Breitbart:

A DOJ official informed Breitbart News that a detainer already exists 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.” This is the type of order San Francisco chose to disregard from ICE pursuant to their “sanctuary” policy when they first put Zarate back on the street.

By issuing the new warrant Friday, DOJ is setting up a showdown for when Zarate is released from his weapons charge – in essence daring San Francisco and the sanctuary state California to protect him again. So far, they have proven uncooperative. According to the U.S. Attorney’s petition for a new arrest warrant, “ A request for records was submitted to the San Francisco County Superior Court. No response had been received at the time of this amended petition’s completion.”

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