• Father Of Son Murdered By An Illegal Says Obama Would Care If Killer Was White

    Jamiel Shaw Sr.–whose son Jamiel II was shot and killed by illegal alien gang member Pedro Espinoza in 2008–gave an emotional testimony yesterday before the House Judiciary Committee and explained how his son might be alive today had Espinoza been deported.

    “They have laws on the books. We don’t need anymore laws,” Shaw said yesterday on Fox News. “Just enforce the ones that are on the books. The federal law clearly says you must be deported, you cannot be in this country illegally. So, there’s no reason, there’s no reason for that–these are criminals.”

    Jamiel II, according to his father’s recounting, was walking home from a mall when Espinoza murdered him. According to media reports, Espinoza, who was recently released from jail and had rejoined his gang, mistook Shaw’s red Spider Man backpack as proof he was a member of a rival gang.

    Shaw continued to criticize Obama for ignoring his son’s death, saying, “it wasn’t like Obama didn’t know about it. He just knew for some reason—and it seems like you have to be killed by a white man or a white police [officer] for black people to care.”

    Espinoza, who had a long criminal history, is the type of illegal immigrant “that Obama says he wants to get rid of, they don’t want the ‘other’ illegals,” Shaw says. But it seems that “they want the violent ones,” he added.

    Shaw insisted that Obama was aware of his son’s case, and didn’t do a thing about it.

    “When my son was murdered, Obama was still running for president. But even before my son was murdered, he was campaigning and we all knew where he was going with that. So, when my son was murdered, that would have been a good chance for him to come out and speak on it, because Bill O’Reilly had talked to Hillary Clinton in that same year when my son was murdered in March. So, it wasn’t like Obama didn’t know about it.”

    Shaw also says he thinks Obama’s executive amnesty is “a bad idea and he knows it. Obama has people around him that are saying it’s not a good idea, but he just ignores them because he wants to fundamentally transform America.”

    Jerome Hudson

    Managing Editor

    Jerome Hudson has written for numerous national outlets, including The Hill, National Review, and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and was recognized as one of Florida’s emerging stars, having been included in the list “25 Under 30: Florida’s Rising Young Political Class.” Hudson is a Savannah, Ga. native who currently resides in Florida.

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