Saturday, July 14, 2018

Man Arrested in Mexico for Dallas Woman’s 2015 Murder



By A Texas Reader

Man Arrested in Mexico for Dallas Woman’s 2015 Murder ...

Faustino Valdez was arrested by the FBI in Mexico. Officials stated that he was deported back to Dallas on Thursday evening. Valdez was wanted in connection with the 2015 death of his ex-girlfriend.


Anonymous said...

CHICAGO RIOT POTENTIAL--Right up Lesta's alley.
(CHICAGO Sun-Times)Protesters clashed with a group of Chicago police officers Saturday evening near the street where an officer fatally shot a man during a confrontation in South Shore.

The chaotic scene simmered for hours after the encounter, as dozens of people chanting “murderers” and “no justice, no peace” lingered in the neighborhood.

The shooting happened about 5:30 p.m. in the 2000 block of East 71st Street, according to police and Chicago Fire Department officials.

A crowd gathers after a man was fatally shot Saturday evening in the South Shore neighborhood. | Nader Issa/Sun-Times
A crowd gathers after a man was fatally shot Saturday evening in the South Shore neighborhood. | Nader Issa/Sun-Times

Officers on foot saw “a man exhibiting characteristics of an armed person,” and a “confrontation” ensued when they tried to question him, Chicago police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi tweeted. An officer then opened fire.

The man, thought to be in his 30s, was pronounced dead at Jackson Park Hospital, CFD spokesman Larry Merritt said. No officers were hurt, and a weapon was recovered at the scene, according to Guglielmi.

People outside the crime scene after the shooting claimed a female officer shot the man, a neighborhood barber, at least five times in the back as he ran away, and that the officer was taken away from the scene in a police vehicle afterward as the crowd formed.

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Dozens of officers were called to help control a tense scene as more than 100 people crowded around, chanting at police, “Who do you serve? Who do you protect?”

Tension boiled over about 7:30 p.m. as police tried to push protesters back from the scene, with officers hitting at least six people with batons and some protesters punching back. Police could be seen taking a few people into custody.

The scene cooled off for awhile until more people flooded the area about 8:30 p.m., with some throwing glass bottles at officers. At least three people were then taken into custody.

When police with batons entered a parking lot where protesters were gathered near the scene, scores of people scattered. Two officers shoved a Chicago Sun-Times reporter to the ground, smacking a cellphone out of his hand.

Gloria Rainge, 41, said the slain man went by the nickname “Snoop,” had a 5-year-old daughter and worked at a barbershop at 71st Street and Euclid Avenue.

Rainge said she was walking out of a nearby Walgreens store when she saw the officer tell the man not to sell loose cigarettes. The man said he wasn’t, the argument escalated and the officer fired as he ran away, Rainge said.

“He was cool, laid back, very intelligent,” Rainge said.

“We just want to live,” one woman at the scene said. “Our black kids keep getting killed. We just want to live.”

“The people aren’t taking any more losses,” another woman said of the angry crowd. “That’s why they’re doing this. They’ve had too many losses.”

Check back for more on this developing story.

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GRA:My local news at 11pm seemed to indicate an uptick in fighting between cops and blacks.
A confrontation between the suspect and police,resulted in the police fatally blasting the black suspect.A gun was recovered.The crowd of course,doesn't care about that.It's bust some store windows night,potentially,and maybe a black lotto payoff in the not too distant future.

--GR Anonymous

Anonymous said...

So if you commit a felony,they bring you back into the US?A lot of Mex probably fall into that category.As Trump said,"more of their worst"--siphoning our tax money for a life in prison.Should we pay for illegals in prison?No effing way.Execute.

Anonymous said...

jerry pdx

From the article:

According to a Mexican newspaper, Valdez was found during an immigration raid at a factory, where he was working under a fake name.

What??? Mexico conducts immigration raids? Is it the Mexican equivalent of ICE? Don't the Mexicans say that we're racist gringo's for doing the same?

Anonymous said...
GRA:The rag known as USA Today,put out a vid showing a little of how blacks like to spend their Saturday nights.The rag implies police brutality as a fact,but when police are acknowledged to have gotten injured,that's followed by the disclaimer,"POLICE say,"as if we shouldn't believe police reports concerning THEIR casualties.Commie paper.
--GR Anonymous