Thursday, December 7, 2017

Trump’s DOJ Officially Steps In to Finally Bring Justice to Steinle Case

On Tuesday a federal grand jury indicted Jose Ines Garcia Zarate on immigration and weapons charges, giving prosecutors a new crack at the five-time-deported illegal immigrant who was acquitted last month of murder in the death two years ago of San Francisco resident Kate Steinle.

The grand jury specifically indicted Garcia Zarate “for being a felon in possession of a firearm and ammunition, and for being an illegally present alien in possession of a firearm and ammunition,” according to a statement by the Department of Justice.

If convicted, Garcia Zarate — also known by the alias Juan Francisco Lopez-Sanchez — would face up to 10 years in federal prison, in addition to whatever state prison sentence he receives when he appears in court Dec. 12 to be sentenced for a weapons conviction he obtained in the Steinle case.


  1. Kate Steinle case: Garcia Zarate indicted by feds as Gascón rips ‘mad man’ Trump.

    From here:


    1. “I stand for what this city stands for.”

      Obviously a sick man.