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wvbygod Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Jul-21-08 09:44 AM
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Murder Suspect Was Protected By SF Sanctuary Policy
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Source: NBC

SAN FRANCISCO -- The alleged gang member accused of shooting to death a San Francisco father and his two sons could enter a plea in court Monday morning.

Ramos is accused of killing Tony Bologna and his sons ages 20 and 16 during a road rage incident as they drove home from a family outing June 22.

The case has also sparked new debate over illegal immigration. The Chronicle reports Ramos, an undocumented immigrant, had been convicted of two other felonies as a juvenile but was never deported due to San Francisco's status as a sanctuary city.

Under the policy, city leaders were prohibited from reporting immigration status of those in the juvenile court system. Last month, Mayor Gavin Newsom closed that loophole.

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