This guy the textbook case for why we need a total immigration policy overhaul. How in the world did he slip through the cracks? Because of the improper paperwork, he was allowed to be released into society for another 10 years! He had a violent criminal history and should have been deported PRONTO! He had already spent a decade in prison for a violent robbery! Why was he still here???
YOU WON’T BELIEVE WHY HE REMAINED IN AMERICA:
He was ordered to be deported from the U.S. to his native Vietnam after his release, but the Vietnamese government did not provide the proper documents. U.S. federal immigration authorities released Luc into the community in 2006.
ILLEGAL FROM VIETNAM KILLS FAMILY OF 5 WITH HAMMER:
An illegal migrant from Vietnam faces life in prison after being convicted Monday in the 2012 hammer-killing of a family of five after losing money at a casino earlier in the evening.
Binh Thai Luc, who had a violent criminal history and was supposed to be deported in 2006, was found guilty in the murders of a family of Chinese immigrants. He was also found guilty of five counts of attempted robbery and two counts of burglary.
Luc, who was in debt and served an eviction notice, killed the family during a robbery after he lost money at a casino on March 23, 2012.
Prosecutors said the family kept thousands of dollars in cash in the San Francisco home. Luc had more than $6,500 with him during his arrest. The jury was told that Luc settled his debt after the killings.
“This was a very gruesome, brutal murder, and we’re pleased we’re getting some accountability for the family and for the community,” District Attorney George Gascón told The San Francisco Chronicle.
Despite no eyewitness accounts of Luc’s involvement, investigators said one of the family member’s blood was found spattered on Luc’s jeans. Luc’s blood was found on a pack of cigarettes, a receipt and a cabinet drawer, The San Francisco Chronicle reported.
Luc spent a decade in prison for robbery and assault with a deadly weapon for the 1996 armed robbery of a Chinese restaurant. He was ordered to be deported from the U.S. to his native Vietnam after his release, but the Vietnamese government did not provide the proper documents.
U.S. federal immigration authorities released Luc into the community in 2006.
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