Eliana Lopez came to America to sponge off the tax-payers.
She is the former television star from Venezuela who married a local San Francisco politician who was just recently elected Sheriff of San Francisco City and County, Ross Mirkarimi, himself the first generation descendant of Iranian and Jewish-Russian immigrant or daughter of immigrants. He is also a radical hate America leftist. The typical leftist who supports extreme anti-male laws regarding domestic battery.
Such laws were allegedly passed to control the epidemic of wife-beatings in California and throughout the country. Part of these laws are mandatory arrest requirements for any allegation, however minor.
Of course Mirkarimi is not the stereotypical abuser who beats his wife at the drop of a hat to the point of severe or even minor injury.
And it is well known that false accusations of domestic abuse are legion among vengeful women. Especially women who are not quite stable from the beginning. In fact, real abuse has been untouched by the laws, as they are mostly deployed against middle class white males. In the end, because of their workload and the reality that most incidents of abuse are minor and of no real consequence, most accused are let off with anger management courses and deferred prosecution.
And of no use against the real abuser, most of whom are from the lower classes and not usually white.
San Francisco Examiner January 20, 2012 by Ari BurackDespite the impassioned pleas of Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi’s wife, a judge has renewed a court order barring him from seeing or contacting his spouse or son until his domestic abuse trial is over.“This country is trying to pull my family apart,” Eliana Lopez told Judge Susan Breall at her husband’s arraignment Thursday. “This is the real violence, I believe...”Outside court, an emotional Lopez told reporters that “this country has not allowed me to work on my marriage in a healthy way. I feel like … everybody is using my family, myself, in a political game just to destroy Ross.”She added, “This country is destroying my family.”
That videotape, which police later seized along with texts and emails between the women, shows a tearful Lopez describing how her husband bruised her arm that day, according to court documents. Lopez also reportedly discussed earlier physical abuse, and made the tape to ensure that her husband couldn’t obtain sole custody of their 2-year-old son.