ICE sued for allowing alleged killer to remain in countryFour white men—members of the working class, which means they had a Mexican neighbor.
GOPUSA Staff Kansas City Star (Kansas City, Mo.) 6:50 am July 11, 20173
Federal immigration officials negligently allowed a Kansas City, Kan., man to remain in the country illegally before he allegedly killed five men in a 2016 shooting spree, according to a recently filed lawsuit.
The suit was filed in U.S. District Court in Kansas City, Kan., by the families of two of the five men who Pablo Serrano-Vitorino is now charged with killing.
Serrano-Vitorino had previously been deported after he was convicted of a felony in 2003.
But according to the suit, Serrano-Vitorino re-entered the country illegally and had several brushes with local law enforcement agencies before March 2016, when he allegedly stormed into a neighbor’s home in Kansas City, Kan., and fatally shot four men.[More]
The suit is being filed on behalf of them, and also Randy Nordman, right, who was found shot to death in his pickup on the highway. Here's his profile:
Randy J. NordmanIf he had lived, perhaps Kevin Williamson could have mocked him for voting for Trump.
New Florence, Mo.
Randy Nordman, 49, lived with his wife, Julie, at their New Florence home, where the couple were building a campground and racetrack for radio-controlled cars. The business, Empire of Dirt R/C Park & Campground, had not yet opened when Nordman died.
Nordman had worked for years as a machinist. In his free time, he enjoyed riding his Harley-Davidson motorcycle and attending stock car races, where he sometimes was at the finish line, waving the checkered flag.