BREAKING NEWS Out Of California- This Is NOT Good


Apparently in Oakland, California, the city council would rather protect illegals that are part of human trafficking and child trafficking and punish LEO if they step in to provide aid to ICE agents that are taking down these scumbags.


What in the hell is wrong with humanity?  Is California so lost in their own corruption and delusions that they now work with the Mexican Cartels and punish LEO for doing their jobs? 

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Anne Kirkpatrick, Oakland’s police chief, is facing an Internal Affairs investigation because she aided federal agents arrest an illegal immigrant in a sanctuary city, Fox News reports.


A formal complaint by a city commissioner, and questioning by furious City Council members — all because of her role in helping a federal illegal immigration crackdown in the sanctuary city, is what has lead to Internal Affairs stepping in.

Plainclothes agents working in Homeland Security Investigations, the criminal division of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, executed a search warrant on 27th Street near Martin Luther King Jr. Way around 6:30 a.m. while Oakland police officers blocked off traffic in the area.


Police Chief Anne Kirkpatrick said in a statement that Homeland Security on Tuesday requested the presence of marked Oakland squad cars and uniformed officers, which she authorized, to help with traffic control and “officer safety not only for them but the safety of those on the scene.”

 Last month, City Council unanimously voted to rescind an agreement that allowed Oakland officers to be “deputized” as U.S. customs enforcement officers — a designation that allowed the police force to work with federal immigration officials on cases of human trafficking, narcotics smuggling and other cross-border crimes.
“The officers and Commander were given strict instructions that they may not engage in any capacity in their enforcement efforts and their only role was that of traffic control and safety,” read the statement from Kirkpatrick.
At issue is whether Chief Anne Kirkpatrick made false statements and whether the department’s involvement violated Oakland’s sanctuary-city ordinances that bar police officers from cooperating with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Federal agents detained two adult brothers. Records indicate that deportation proceedings began against one, Santos Alberto, but that no criminal charges have been filed — contradicting a claim Kirkpatrick later made and meaning that city police officers provided aid to an immigration operation that only saw civil, not criminal, consequences.
James Schwab, an ICE spokesman, said he couldn’t provide details about the investigation, but Oakland officials said that Homeland Security agents were there to investigate the alleged human trafficking of juveniles.

In a written response to the council members’ questions, Kirkpatrick defended her actions, saying traffic enforcement was needed in part to reduce the risk of “friendly fire” — in which confused city police officers might shoot at armed plainclothes federal agents, or vice versa. And Kirkpatrick reiterated that she ordered the officers not to participate in the operation itself.

Brian Hofer, chairman of the city’s Privacy Advisory Commission, took issue with both the involvement of Oakland police officers and Kirkpatrick’s statements around the operation. He and seven others concerned about the issue filed a formal complaint against the chief with the citizen police review board and the internal affairs division of the Police Department.
Oakland Councilwomen Desley Brooks and Rebecca Kaplan have pressed Kirkpatrick for more answers as well.

Their complaint points to several purportedly false statements Kirkpatrick made about the operation. At a September town hall meeting, she said that one person had been charged with a crime and that it was “not a deportation matter,” both of which were untrue, the complaint says.

Only In “Commiefornia” aka, California, can the Police Department do the right thing then turn around and get a formal complaint by the city council for hurting their feelings.

AFF’s Huny Badger is a Veteran who served our country as an Army Combat Medic.



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