Child killing children of immigrants didn’t get away with slaughtering an American child as media obscures their family’s immigrant backgrounds

Congress was warned in 2010 and 2011 that immigrants are killing 12 Americans a day and costing the nation's taxpayers billions in arrests, trials and incarcerations

Aiden Leos was shot to death by Marcus Eriz.

CLEVELAND, OHMarcus Anthony Eriz’s surname of “Eriz” is originally associated with two nations.  Turkey and Brazil.  Wynne Lee is the child of aliens from Taiwan.  She’s of Chinese ancestry and according to President Joseph Robinette Biden that makes her a model minority and a potential victim of anti-Asian violence.  Biden and his Indian vice president, Kamala Devi Harris, seem not to care about the violence Asians and other immigrants are bringing to American lives.

Adding two more names, faces and deeds to the immigrants the United States Congress was warned in 2010 were killing 12 natural born Americans daily, the two children of aliens are now in a California jail and headed to a tax dollar-wasting trial for their roles in the slaughter of 6-year-old American Aiden Leos.  It’s amazing how in the United States of America reporters like WKYC’s Mark Naymik, with Slovenian backgrounds, will gleefully describe American Negroes as “Black” while writing nothing about the race or ethnicity of other editorial subjects.

Marcus Anthony Eriz’s family will go through hell for the rest of their lives in the United States of America as information about his brutal killing of an American child grows. He’s kneeling on the left and clasping his best friend and younger brother’s hand.

As more aliens have entered the nation since the GAO report to Congress in 2010, the number of Americans they’re killing has grown beyond the estimated 4380 annual death toll “reading” citizens of the nation learned of during the administration of then President Barack Obama.  Biden and alien-loving “Progressives” like United States Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez want to increase the “dead American” body count by allowing even more illegal aliens into our nation.

Eriz and Lee have been charged by California state prosecutors for each of their roles in slaughtering Leos on May 21, 2021.  Lee was driving her Volkswagen Golf SportWagon north on 55 Freeway in Orange, California when Eriz decided to shoot into the car Aiden’s American mother, Joanna Cloonan, was driving in the highway’s commuter lane.  Lee had recklessly changed lanes in front of Cloonan’s Chevrolet Sonic and the child’s mother “flipped her the bird” or the “middle finger.”

Marcus Eriz’s Facebook page is full of images of him shooting. The top middle image features a semi-automatic weapon on the roof of a pick up truck like it’s an assault vehicle.

According to California Highway Patrol investigators an outraged Eriz shot into Cloonan’s car and killed the child who was sitting in a seat built for his safety.  The little boy didn’t make it to the school where his mother was taking him to learn.  Had this nation’s immigration laws been strictly obeyed and enforced by disloyal “American” politicians and bureaucrats, Aiden and the more than 50,000 Americans aliens have killed since Congress was warned in 2010 might still be alive.

Neither of the two children of immigrants appear to have learned a saying common in American culture that “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me.”  The two appear to have seen an American woman they wanted to exterminate in anger as Eriz ignorantly shot into Cloonan’s car and snatched the life from her child.

Marcus Eriz’s father, Johnnie Joe Eriz, posted this picture on Facebook that features two co-workers at the Nuggest restaurant in Weaverville, California.

Eriz, 24, and Lee, 23, are a couple.  Instead of the child of Chinese aliens from Taiwan reporting the savage she shared a Costa Mesa home with to police or the California Highway Patrol, she kept her mouth shut and aided in concealing his sick crime.  So much for the false thought that Asians are model, law-abiding minorities.  They can’t be “model minorities” if there are more than 100,000 of these criminals entering the nation illegally every year.

Americans looking for insights about the deadly couple are not getting it from the immigrant-descended journalists and bloggers covering the story of Aiden’s death.

Johnnie Joseph Eriz’s Facebook page features an image of his youngest son and the mother of his children. Take a look at his response to the question, “Who’s the young man?” Johnny responds that “she ” is his “young son.”

Eriz’s Instagram and Facebook page features insights about himself and members of his family.  His father and mother’s names are Johnnie Joseph Eriz and Anadilia Rosalinda Eriz now Anadilia Firestein.  They lived in Weaverville, California.  She’s now in Wayside, Oregon.  Johnnie Joseph Eriz is employed at The Nugget restaurant as a cook in Weaverville.

Marcus Eriz describes his United States Army veteran brother, Johnnie, as his “best friend.” A picture their father featured of his uniformed youngest son and mother on his Facebook page describes him as a “she.” There’s also a post on Johnnie Joseph Eriz’s Facebook page that announces the date of an event in Brazil.  The name “Eriz” is found in abundance in the South American nation.

Guns and aliens don’t mix. Americans have no idea who’s among the millions of immigrants and illegal aliens in the nation. Marcus Eriz appears to have been training to kill.

Marcus Eriz was employed as an automobile body repairman at Platinum Collision Centers Dos Lagos in Corona, Riverside County, California. His social media page includes pictures and videos of him shooting handguns, semi-automatic rifles and trap shooting with his uniformed “brother.”  His aim was proficient.  One image includes a picture of his semi-automatic weapon on the roof of a pick-up truck in the style of an assault vehicle.

A reporter from the Orange County Register, Brian Rokos, authored a June 8, 2021 story about Lee that described her in heroic-like terms for “conquering depression” and looking for a “brighter future.”  Pushing the Asians are a “model minority” theme the Orange County newspaper featured a picture of Lee reading a book.

100,000 Chinese immigrants from Communist China or Taiwan are entering the United States of America illegally … annually. It makes the majority criminals instead of model minorities. According to President Joseph Robinette Biden they’re to be welcomed. Biden has a form of dementia from all his cancer medications. Wynne Lee’s parents claim to be from Taiwan. Her mother’s last name is “Huang.” Assumably she’s Mrs. Huang. There’s a story about these Chinese immigrants that doesn’t add up.

The Rokos surname is short for the Polish surname of Rokosz.  It’s a newspaper that typically features only mug shots of Americans who kill.  No sympathetic “puff” pieces.

An astute reader can see in the publication’s portrayal of Lee that an “angle” is emerging of her being an unfortunate soul who fell in with the wrong person because she was culturally pressured into suicidal thoughts Chinese parents who wanted her to be “model minority.”  American Negro children have been indoctrinated for generations to “be a credit to the race.”  Cultural “expectations are nothing new.

The Kaiser Health Network mentioned that Wynne Lee missed 47 days of school but neglected to inform its readers that her parents had been considered for criminal charges because of the truancy.  Here Wynne Lee is shown with her mother, Maggie Huang, and brother, Kevin.  The photo is fairly used for educational purposes and was taken by Heidi de Marco for the Kaiser Health Network.

A 2015 feature story in a publication published by the Kaiser Health Network focused on an interview of Lee saying she tried committing suicide and “cut” herself to numb the pain of her life, depression and family’s cultural expectations beginning at age 12.  She wanted to die. California is a death penalty state and “self-immolation” is associated with Buddhism in China and Taiwan; and Hinduism in India.  It gives the suicidal person a chance to be reborn into another life.

In her journal Lee quoted the words of an Iranian author, Tahereh Mafi, who calls herself an American and writes books for children that have made it to the New York Times best seller list.

“‘And even when you’re ready to let go. When you’re ready to break free. When you’re ready to be brand-new. Lonliness [sic] is an old friend standing beside you in the mirror. … Loneliness is a bitter, wretched companion.’” 

After the Government Accounting Office revealed in 2010 that immigrants were killing 12 Americans daily, the federal agency returned the next year with an assessment of how much it’s costing American taxpayers to arrest, prosecute and incarcerate them.

The amount of information about Lee’s family isn’t as abundant as Eriz’s.  Her mother’s name is Maggie Huang and she has a younger brother named Kevin.  The Kaiser Health Network story doesn’t mention her father’s name: only his being employed for a manufacturing company.  There’s no mention of their date of arrival, whether they entered the nation legally or when they applied for citizenship and under what circumstances.

California prosecutors became involved in Lee’s life when she missed 47 days of school and her “model minority” parents were questioned and threatened with jail about the truancy.

Congress “excluded” the Chinese for admission into the United States of America beginning in 1882 with the Chinese Exclusion Act.  The exclusions also included Eastern Europeans from Russia, Poland, Ukraine, Belarus, Croatia, Serbia, Belarus and more.  The two non-English speaking immigrant groups were viewed as “unassimilable” by Congress for being unable to fit into the unique culture of America.

The nation’s first immigration law in 1790 identified English speaking Caucasians and “Africanists” as the people who would be welcomed for admission.  President John Quincy Adams saw America as an English language nation with Americans being the language’s most eloquent speakers.

Eric Jonathan Brewer

Cleveland's most influential journalist and East Cleveland's most successful mayor is an East Saint Louis, Illinois native whose father led the city's petition drive in 1969 to elect the first black mayor in 1971. Eric is an old-school investigative reporter whose 40-year body of editorial work has been demonstrably effective. No local journalist is feared or respected more.

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