…and the family of the deceased student from China were unable to enter the U.S. for a week because of immigration paperwork. How’s that for irony?
That’s right: A group of illegals, in this country without proper immigration paparwork, beat Xinran Ji, 24, to death as part of a robbery. Actually, they beat him with a bat, he fled, and they hunted him down and finished him off.
Xinran Ji was an engineering graduate student, set to make something of his life.
Jonathon DelCarmen was an uneducated illegal alien from Mexico, who came to America as a 12-year-old.
Only now does Obama’s Immigration and Customs Enforcement want to deport this illegal alien if and when he’s released from police custody.
Thank you Barack Obama, for not deporting illegal aliens.
LA Times – A 19-year-old charged with murder in connection with last week’s fatal assault on a USC graduate student told immigration officials that he entered the country illegally about seven years ago, a federal official said.
The official, who was not authorized to speak publicly on the matter, said Jonathan DelCarmen made the comments during an interview at a Los Angeles County jail where he is being held in connection with the death of Xinran Ji, 24.
A spokeswoman for Immigration and Customs Enforcement confirmed that an immigration detainer had been placed against DelCarmen. In a statement, spokeswoman Virginia Kice said ICE officials contacted DelCarmen at the jail Wednesday.
“ICE has lodged an immigration detainer against Mr. DelCarmen requesting that the Sheriff’s Department turn him over to ICE for possible follow-up immigration enforcement action if and when he is released from local custody,” Kice said.
…DelCarmen is one of four teenagers charged with capital murder in the July 24 assault that killed Ji, an engineering graduate student from China. Police said Ji was walking home from a study group about 12:45 a.m. when he was attacked near campus, just blocks away from his apartment.
Police and prosecutors say Ji was beaten with a bat and suffered a head injury. Detectives said they believe he may have tried to get away from his attackers, only to be beaten a second time, according to law enforcement sources familiar with the investigation.