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Suspected San Francisco Serial Rapist in America Illegally

Suspected San Francisco Serial Rapist in America Illegally

ICE wants to deport him if authorities release him from custody.

Authorities arrested Orlando Vilchez Lazo, 36, who allegedly posed as a Lyft driver in San Francisco, CA, in order to lure victims.

Lazo received four counts of felony of rape. ICE said he is in the country illegally and “plans to deport” him back to “Peru if he’s released from custody on the rape case.”

Lazo’s DNA matches with four victims as of now. He did not “enter a plea deal in his court date Tuesday and his arraignment was put off until Thursday.” He is in jail “in lieu of $4.2 million in bail.

He faces life in prison if convicted.

From The Press Democrat:

ICE said it formally asked the San Francisco Sheriff’s Department on Friday to detain Lazo for federal immigration custody if he’s ordered released from jail.

But officials said they believe the request will be ignored because San Francisco’s so-called sanctuary city policy bars local authorities from cooperating with most deportation efforts.

ICE officials criticized the San Francisco’s immigration policy, which has also been adopted in scores of cities and counties across the nation. The policy “not only provides a refuge for illegal aliens, but it also shields criminal aliens who prey on people in the community,” ICE spokesman Richard Rocha said.

According to the San Francisco Chronicle, it’s common for immigration authorities to reach out to local jails and request they “hold undocumented inmates or notify immigration officials 48 hours before release.” Lazo will only leave jail if authorities drop all the charges against him.

An ICE spokesman said this case has nothing “to do with the city’s sanctuary city policy” and that it used “routine language about anyone in custody in a sanctuary city.”

Lazo’s deputy public defender Eric Quandt told the media that “ICE has made this case about sanctuary laws and immigration status, and that has nothing to do with the charges that are being brought by the district attorney.”

Looks like San Francisco won’t respond. From The New York Post:

San Francisco sheriff’s spokeswoman Nancy Crowley said the department didn’t have a response to ICE’s request to detain the suspect “because there is nothing to respond to.”

Crowley said the suspect “isn’t going anywhere anytime soon” and if he’s convicted, he will be sent to prison.

“ICE asked us to notify them when he’s released,” Crowley said. “The individual is going to be in jail for some time.”

Plus, the policy for San Francisco prohibits its officials from cooperating with requests “unless the defendant has been convicted of a serious crime, while state law prohibits cooperation unless a person has been charged or convicted of a serious crime.” Lazo does not have a criminal record in California.


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JusticeDelivered | July 18, 2018 at 11:09 am

Someone needs to introduce him to Ms. Bobbitt.

    He hasn’t been convicted of anything.

      dystopia in reply to Milhouse. | July 18, 2018 at 11:49 am

      I guess you don’t get satire?

        Granny in reply to dystopia. | July 18, 2018 at 12:00 pm

        Probably too young to remember Mrs. Bobbitt.

        practicalconservative in reply to dystopia. | July 18, 2018 at 12:14 pm

        Rather boorish manners also. A child.

          “JusticeDelivered” is the boor.

          practicalconservative in reply to practicalconservative. | July 18, 2018 at 1:05 pm

          You are really great with this down votes. Even more puerile than your eponymous unauthorized appropriation.

          JusticeDelivered in reply to practicalconservative. | July 18, 2018 at 1:36 pm

          I picked the handle to bug the crap out of Thugvon supporters. I immediately suspected that all the Trayvon stuff was propaganda, something quickly established and then within a year totally discredited.

          I was also the person who suggested to George Zimmerman’s first attorneys to set up a fundraiser. A week later it went live. Without the fundraiser, George would have been railroaded.

          I am still waiting for DOJ and the FBI to be cleaned up enough to prosecute those who persecute people like George Zimmerman. Since their conduct is ongoing, they can still be held accountable for their violation of other people’s civil rights, and for racketeering.

          Last, Millhouse, I recognise that your are not a total boor, unless Rags is your alter ego.

        Milhouse in reply to dystopia. | July 18, 2018 at 12:33 pm

        I get satire just fine. This wasn’t intended as satire.

          JusticeDelivered in reply to Milhouse. | July 18, 2018 at 1:40 pm

          It was satire, and I thought it was quite funny. I am sure that the women he raped would like to bob the offending organ one sliver at a time.

          Fen in reply to Milhouse. | July 18, 2018 at 2:50 pm

          Milhouse, you make the narrow and grudgingly correct point about being innocent until proven guilty, annoyingly harshing a humorous vibe. Okay fine.

          But in the very next breath broadly read into the statement, making assumptions of guilt on the part of the OP.

          This is why I criticize your intellectual integrity as being situational. Do you see it?

          People will disregard your otherwise logical and reasonable points if they find your principles to be inconsistently applied.

          Milhouse in reply to Milhouse. | July 19, 2018 at 1:34 am

          No, it was not satire. You prove it yourself in the very next sentence. If you had meant it as satire then you could not write that “the women he raped would like to bob the offending organ”.

Will Governor Jerry Brown pardon him so he is not deported by ICE?

Was he shielded from deportation by local public officials? Did they impede any investigation by immigration agents?

If so, how is that any different from someone hiding a fugitive who jumps the back fence to rape the neighbors?

What laws, if any, are in place to prevent such a thing? Can’t the officials who enabled such a crime be charged with something like aiding and abetting?

    Subotai Bahadur in reply to Fen. | July 18, 2018 at 3:55 pm

    You are making the assumption that a) California in general and San Francisco in particular consider themselves part of the United States and therefore subject to Federal law, b) that they consider any crime by an invader who comes from any country except the United States to be a “crime”-crime, and c) that they consider any crime committed against anyone who is melanin-deprived by such an invader to be anything other than “overdue reparations”.

“State law prohibits cooperation unless a person has been charged or convicted of a serious crime.” Four felony charges of rape do not count as “a serious crime”?

    Subotai Bahadur in reply to Geologist. | July 18, 2018 at 5:47 pm

    If the person charged is a “protected class” and the person victimized is a less protected class according to the latest PC rules; no it does not count under California law. At least in reality. In anywhere in the Clinton Archipelago, the text of a law bows to PC.