CLEVELAND, OH – The millions of Americans who watched President Donald Trump’s first State of the Union Address in 2017 did not pay attention to the suffering of the American Negro families whose stories of being terrorized out of their neighborhoods by illegal Mexican and Guatamalen immigrants with an extermination consciousness he shared. Throughout his four years in office Trump warned Americans that the mayors and councils promoting sanctuary cities were inviting death to their neighborhoods.
On January 24, 2020, Amanda Berry hosted a “Missing” episode on FOX8 and described the events surrounding the disappearance of Bruno Collins. He’d been missing since December 24, 2019. Collins was last with family on Eliot Avenue in Union Miles. Cleveland police on January 6, 2020 released a photo of a couple with Collins at a West 65th Street Family Dollar. His 2005 white GMC Envoy was also missing.
Four days after Berry’s broadcast on January 28, 2020, Collins’ body was found wrapped in a tarp behind an E. 89th Street home. The mother of the man in the Family Dollar with Collins had called police to report her son after his picture was broadcast by local media outlets. They were poor immigrants in an American municipal corporation that Mayor Frank Jackson and Council President Kevin Kelly had made a “sanctuary” for them. She didn’t want any trouble. Her son had fled back to Guatemala.
What Cleveland police appear not to have done based on the information shared with me was initiate an investigation of the woman’s immigration status to enlist federal help for their investigation. Section 737.11 of the Revised Code of Ohio gives municipal police federal criminal law enforcement authority. There should be a report from Cleveland homicide detectives to Homeland Security about the illegal alien connection to Collin’s brutal murder. It was shared with me, Frank, that detectives working the case are interfering with the family’s investigation of the federal, felony crime an illegal alien committed against their family member. They’ve been warned to stop calling.
The violation of immigration laws enacted by Congress are federal felonies. Pursuant to 18 U.S.C. 4, misprision of felony, anyone with knowledge of a felony crime has a duty to report it to court, military or civil authority. City police are the “civil authority” with the duty pursuant to R.C. 737.11 to obey and enforce all the criminal laws of the United States and state. They don’t because of Jackson and Kelly’s council; and a 1987 resolution that came from Commie-loving Dale Miller when he served on the legislative authority when George Forbes presided over it.
Ex-councilman Zack Reed thought to reintroduce the sanctuary city concept to Cleveland in 2017 after Trump’s election. Jackson backed the 1987 sanctuary city vote and opened Cleveland up to a flood of identity, job and life stealing illegal aliens.
By creating the false illusion that federal immigration laws are suspended in Cleveland, the council Jackson served on in 1987 added another perspective to the layer of knowledge that existed at the time about unsolved homicides in the city. That Clevelanders might have been killed by illegal aliens who left the country; or fled under another name to a different city. How long had Collins been dead while the illegal aliens continued to use his identity?
Collins’ death has a personal note to it as his older sister and one of my younger one’s have been friends since Shaw High school in the 1970’s. I’d seen the story on local media earlier in the year; but the immigrant connection was completely omitted from any and all reporting. What’s evident in the details the family has learned – that police under Jackson and Kelly have refused to address – is Collins’ identity appears to have been stolen by the “Latino” aliens as they used it to acquire his card-based and PIN-protected assets.
In August 7, 2019, the U.S. Department of Justice for the Southern District of Mississippi joined with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents and raided 7 Cleveland Clinic, Univeristy Hospitals, Veterans Administration and Case Western Reserve University-like job sites and detained 680 aliens. 119 were prosecuted for entering and remaining in the nation illegally. But for a few who could prove humanitarian qualifiers, all were processed for removal.
To live in this nation every single one of them had to steal American identities. Investigators never appear to ask if the stolen identities are associated with unsolved homicides like in the case of Collins of Cleveland. Sanctuary city politicians like Jackson ignore the additional crime burden illegal immigration places on every aspect of the quality of life; and on local bureaucracies funded with just enough tax dollars to cover the community’s legal citizens.
In Portland, Oregon on August 19, 2016, Fallon Smart was 15 and crossing the street at an intersection when Abdulrahman Semeer Noorah was driving 60 in a 25 mph zone with a suspended drivers license and hit her in his gold Lexus. He drove away but later returned and surrendered. The Saudi Arabian consultate posted his bond. Once Noorah, 20, learned he would face criminal charges and jail the Saudi Arabian embassy helped him get a fake passport and a jet out of the United States of America.
Texas’ general assembly banned sanctuary cities. So Houston, Texas’ anarchist police chief Art Acevedo, a Mexican American, “policy’d” his way out of enforcing it. On October 21, 2020 his policies cost Harold Preston, 65, his life just days before retirement as a Houston police officer. Acevedo’s policies put a bullet in the arm of Courtney Waller. Both American Negro men.
Preston’s loss of life and Waller’s bullet in the arm came at the hands of illegal El Salvadoran immigrant Rolando Manzaon-Martinez. How? On a domestic violence call.
Sending “unarmed social workers” to deadly domestic violence confrontations would be an act of suicide. The most 911 calls are for domestic violence. As a former mayor and director of public safety, I know the worst calls for police officer’s when it comes to their safety are the one’s for domestic violence. They’re the #1 call for crimes and the most volatile.
Martinez’s illegal alien wife is happy to be alive because he was about to kill her and their son. Her happiness should have been short-lived had Houston police chief connected her with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents.
Cleveland city council’s 1987 “sanctuary city” resolution, one Jackson voted to support and now embraces, cost a natural born American man his life. A look at the names on the police incident reports tells me his killers aren’t the only illegal aliens in the city who now need to be identified and removed. Their employers must be prosecuted. So must their landlords.
It’s a federal crime to enter the borders of the United States of America unlawfully. It’s a federal crime for illegal aliens to be rented or sold a property; or allowed to work or operate a business. They have no rights to government services and that includes a drivers license. They have no right to “exist” in the United States of America.
If they don’t go on their own, when detected they’re supposed to be “removed” according to this nation’s immigration laws. R.C. 737.11 of Ohio’s Revised Code gives “municipal” law enforcement officers the authority and “duty” to obey and enforce all the criminal laws of the United States of America and the state.
The same mayor of Cleveland who let Bruno Collins’ killers exist unlawfully in Cleveland supervises police who chase down natural born Americans over expired license plates, window tints and backfiring car engines that leads to their deaths. In once case, a 137 bullet death of two unarmed natural born American citizens in East Cleveland.
Law enforcement focus in Cleveland is deadly wrong. This mayor and council are deadly wrong.