A 41-year veteran of the Houston Police Department is murdered by a illegal alien released by Kim Ogg
Fox News reports that an “alleged” cop-killing illegal alien has “allegedly” been charged with murder.
Elmer Manzano, 51, faces capital murder and attempted capital murder charges in the death of Houston police Sgt. Harold Preston and the shooting of officer Courtney Waller, respectively.
They were shot during a domestic violence call at an apartment complex, according to court documents obtained by Fox News. Manzano also is charged with aggravated assault.
Preston was a 41-year veteran of the police force. Waller has been with the department for three years.
Harris County District Attorney Kim Ogg filed a request for a court hearing to ask that that Manzano be denied bail. The filing also noted that there is strong evidence he will “probably be punished by the death penalty,” Ogg’s office told Fox News.
The officers were responding to an apartment complex in southwest Houston after Manzano’s estranged wife said she was moving out and wanted to get some things from inside. They spoke with the woman and her 14-year-old son in a parking lot for about an hour before the boy unlocked the apartment door and alerted officers that his father had a gun.
Manzano is accused of opening fire and hitting Preston, Waller and his son. Preston was shot multiple times. Waller and the boy are expected to recover. Manzano surrendered to authorities after barricading himself inside the apartment.
Officers went to the residence twice last weekend for domestic issues, Houston police Chief Art Acevedo said Tuesday. After the shooting, critics said Manzano should have been charged after the earlier responses.
In a statement, Ogg’s office said any attempt to blame prosecutors for Tuesday’s shooting is “sadly political and not factual.”
(Read more at Fox News)
Go to police blotter reports to find the fumbling of Manzano’s case by Kim Ogg prior to the murder
According to a 20 October 2020 article in the Montgomery County Police Reporter, Kim Ogg released Mr. Manzano after returning the gun and bullets with which Mr. Manzano had threatened his ex-wife and children.
The suspect, Elmer Manzano, a convicted felon with multiple prior assaults on his record was in custody, detailed just a day before this tragedy occurred. On October 18, HPD Officers responded to a call from Mrs. Santos, stated that her ex-husband, Elmer Manzano, was at the location brandishing a gun threatening Mrs. Santos and her children. HPD Officers took Elmer Manzano into custody that day but Harris County District Attorney Kim Ogg declined to take charges, instructing Officers to release him, and return the six bullets he had in his pocket, he was also allowed to keep his gun which he claimed was locked in his safe. Had charges been accepted, Mr. Manzano might be back on the street, but his gun and ammunition would have been seized and held as evidence. No gun would have meant no dead officer and injured officer.
Today, responding to another call from Mrs. Santos, Officers responded. Mr. Manzano answered the door with gunshots at point-blank range. The two officers and Manzano’s 14-year-old son were hit. 100% preventable. The actions of Harris County DA Kim Ogg are inexcusable. While Mr. Manzano pulled the trigger, Kim Ogg put the gun in his hands. Her actions are directly responsible for the death of HPD Sergeant Harold Preston.
(Read the full article at the Montgomery County Police Reporter)
So again, Kim Ogg lets a wife-beater go again
This time, it seems that District Attorney Kim Ogg let Manzano go due to his illegal alien status (after all, Mayor Turner has proclaimed Houston to be a “welcoming city“).
As recently as the end of August, Ogg abandoned abandoned women to abuse so that their attackers would not get COVID-19 in jail.
Andy Kahan, Victim Advocate at Crime Stoppers brings out more facts about the murder of police by illegal aliens
In a 21 October 2020 Facebook post, Andy Kahan brought out these points:
To my knowledge and recent memory this is the second time an HPD Officer was murdered by a convicted felon who was deported but returned to the United States.
- Some of you might recall the murder of HPD Officer Rodney Johnson by a sex offender who was deported and illegally returned to the United States in 2006.
- Juan Quintero was taken off the Sex Offender Database when he was deported by policy of the Texas Department of Public Safety
- After I contacted TDPS and requested their policy of removing deported sex offenders from the public database be changed they agreed to revise their policy and include deported sex offenders.
- Juan Quintero was inexplicably sentenced to Life in prison by a jury for the murder of HPD Officer Rodney Johnson.
If Facebook has not blocked Andy’s post (since this does disadvantage a Soros-backed Democrat), you can see the original at:
Kim Ogg’s death count now stands at 64
On the morning of 21 October 2020, Andy Kahan updated the number of people killed by people killed by felons released by the Harris County District Attorney and her band of social justice judges.
The AMKK Crime News Network will be adding the names of two more defendants charged with Capital Murder while out on MULTIPLE FELONY BONDS or a PR BOND. 64 people have been killed by defendants released on the above in Harris County since 2018-No public outrage!
Waiting patiently for elected and public officials to address the BOND PANDEMIC striking down citizens of Harris County
Stay tuned for more updates from the AMKK Crime News Network once again leading the way in reporting information directly affecting public safety.
Again, assuming that Facebook has not blocked Andy’s post (since this does disadvantage a Soros-backed Democrat), you can see the original at: