After Boston Judge Lisa A. Grant saved two-time bank robber Bampumim Teixeira from being deported, Teixeira murdered two doctors in Boston

Bampumim Teixeirais is a legal immigrant who was convicted of two bank robberies in Boston, Massachusetts. During both robberies, although he threatened to shoot people, he did not actually have a gun.

Normally, a person who is convicted of two bank robberies would spend quite a few years in jail.

But Teixeirais’s judge was social justice warrior Lisa A. Grant. And Judge Grant cares more about criminals than she cares about law abiding people.

Since Judge Grant cares more about criminals than she cares about law abiding people, she sentenced Teixeirais to a combined 364 days in prison for his two bank robbery convictions.

By giving Teixeirais such a ridiculously short sentence, Grant saved Teixeirais from being deported.

If an immigrant who is convicted of a crime spends 365 days or longer in prison, then after his sentence is completed, he gets deported. If he spends 364 days or less in prison, then after his sentence is completed, he gets to stay in the U.S. Judge Grant was well aware of this when she sentenced Teixeirais to 364 days in prison.

After Teixeirais got out of prison, he murdered two doctors in Boston.

These two murders are Teixeirais’s fault – but they are also the fault of Judge Grant.

Judge Grant cares more about criminals than she cares about law abiding people, and these two murders are the direct result of her choice to save Teixeirais from being deported.

 

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May 13, 2017. Tags: , , , , , , , , , . Immigration, Social justice warriors, Violent crime. 6 comments.