Murder Black-out in the Name of Amnesty: The Jamiel Shaw Vigil

It is in this spirit that I am helping to promote the “Grassroots Annual Remembrance Day For Americans Murdered By Illegal Aliens” which will be the 1st Sunday in March – this year falling on March 2nd. I hope you’ll spread the word about this effort and if you’re anywhere near Los Angeles join me for a Candlelight vigil in remembrance of Jamiel Shaw Jr. and other Americans murdered by illegals across America.

Seventeen-year-old Jamiel Shaw Jr., made one fatal mistake on the evening of Sunday, March 2, 2008 – just around 8:30.. He thought it was okay in America to walk home.

Jamiel’s father heard the shots and ran out of their modest home in Arlington Heights – a Los Angeles neighborhood and stayed by his son’s side until the ambulance arrived.

The overwhelming feeling that his son’s good fortune – the good grades, the athletic prowess, a promising future – was just too good to be true was indeed just that: Too good to be true.

You see, this country chooses to not enforce it’s immigration laws in favor of political correctness, expedience and the pursuit of blind power..

A couple hours later, Jamiel Shaw Jr. was dead from a shot to the head by Pedro Espinoza, who was living in the United States illegally and had recently been released from jail on a weapons conviction. Nice.


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