February 11, 2023

USA: Arrests Made In Goshen Cartel-Style Massacre. Sheriff Backs Applying Death Penalty. One Of The Suspects Pleads Not Guilty In Goshen Shooting Even Though He's On Surveillance Camera.

The Commie Democrats can pass all the gun control laws they want. It won't matter. Their excuse for gun crimes in strict gun conrolled areas is people can purchase weapons from other states that have no gun control laws. But let's say that guns are completely banned in America. That won't stop the gun traffickers that enter into America through our Mexican border that is wide open thanks to American hating Joe Biden and the American hating Commie Democrats. Not only that, people are now making their own handmade weapons like the 72yo Asian man with no prior criminal record in the Monterey Park shooting who made his own machine gun and ghost guns that are unregistered and untraceable homemade weapons that can be made with 3D printers or assembled from a kit purchased online. What makes matters worse, the Commie District Attorneys at the state and local level are releasing criminals with gun offences because of their no bail aka zero bail laws allowing them to continue repeating same gun crimes terrorizing the public. You can't stop a water leak when you are contributing to the pressure being released. Meanwhile, these same Commie Democrats are preventing law abiding people from owning any weapons to be used to in self-defense from the criminals they are helping to stay out of prison.  I'm sharing an example below how psychotic the Commie Democrats are when they say we need gun control. (emphasis mine)
From the Daily Mail 12/8/21: (Commie) Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascon has sparked outrage for pushing a bill seeking lighter sentences for gun criminals, just hours after Clarence Avant's wife was fatally shot during a home invasion in the crime-ridden city.
From CBS News 7/22/22: (Commie) LA County DA George Gascรณn criticized as convicted murderer freed from jail charged with new crimes.
From KTVU Fox2 San Francisco 2/10/23: (Commie) DA Pamela Price offered Oakland man accused of killing 3 facing a sentence of 75 years to life a plea deal that could see him released in just some years, causing controversy.
NewsNation published February 10, 2023: Goshen killings: Video shows 'cartel-style' massacre events. A week after two people were arrested in connection to the fatal shooting of six people in Goshen, California, the Tulare County Sheriff's Office released the Ring doorbell footage of events police are calling a "cartel-style massacre."
Here is a important snippit from the news report video above, "Cartel-style massacre. That's how the Sheriff described the shootings. The two suspects who were arrested were known members of the Norteno gang and law enforcement believes that this whole shooting was the result of gang violence. How big of a deal is this in California? Pretty significant. California has over 34,000 gang members statewide according to the database, Calgang. Additionally, 564 gangs have been identified. With another 144 pending review. It is believed by law enforcement that these gangs in America have a rather tight knit, tightly knit woven connection to cartels in Mexico and the two have a symbiotic relationship. Take a listen to what he had to say about this." Then the Sheriff said, "Is that our Mexican-affliated gangs are clearly associated and connected to with the distribution of guns, illegal drugs, human trafficking through the cartel. They're not making fentanyl here. They're not making cocaine here. They're not making methamphetamine. They're making it in Mexico. And so how does it get here? Well, the cartels currently control our border."
NewsNation published February 10, 2023: Sheriff: Cartels have ‘strong influence’ over California gangs. Tulare County Sheriff Mike Boudreaux asserts that Mexican cartels hold a strong influence over California gangs and says applying the death penalty would go a long way toward making the streets safer.
CNN-News18 published February 4, 2023: 'Operation Nightmare' Ends With Arrests In Goshen Massacre.
ABC30 Action News published February 8, 2023: Suspect pleads not guilty in Goshen shooting that killed 6, second remains in hospital. One of the suspects accused of shooting and killing six people in Goshen plead not guilty to the charges on Tuesday.

NewsNation Now
written by Tom Palmer, Robert Sherman
Friday February 10, 2023

Tulare County Sheriff Mike Boudreaux asserts that Mexican cartels hold a strong influence over California gangs and says applying the death penalty would go a long way toward making the streets safer.

Boudreaux spoke to NewsNation in an exclusive interview following the fatal shooting of six people in Goshen, California, which police are calling a “cartel-style massacre.”

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Boudreaux says the killings in Goshen show the “strong” influence Mexico’s drug cartels have in the U.S.

“They have a strong influence,” Boudreaux said. “And the reason for that is because any way that you can make money through criminal means, they’re going to do it. The cartels’ primary function is control and domination of geographical location, as well as domination when it comes to business.”

Boudreaux calls it a business because the economic principles of supply and demand are in play with guns, drugs, human trafficking and sex trafficking.

“There’s obviously a demand here,” Boudreaux said. “But what is the best way to distribute that narcotic, distribute those guns, distribute people? That’s through gangs in the community. They know where to sell it and how to distribute it.”

Boudreaux also cites California gang members’ close family ties in Mexico, or within Mexican cartels themselves, for their influence.

“Marriage comes together very easily with relationships and/or people in the community you grew up with in Mexico,” Boudreaux said.

Boudreaux described the Goshen killings as a “Mexican cartel-style execution” because of the violent nature in which it was carried out and because of who the victims were.

“Many of us in law enforcement know that that gang structure doesn’t allow for women and children to be impacted or murdered and killed,” Boudreaux said. “It’s just not within them. They’ll do it, and they have done it historically. It’s not something that we see.”

Alissa Parraz, 16, and her 10-month-old son Nycholas Parraz were among those killed.

The sheriff said Alissa had just been awarded full custody of her son after he spent months in the foster care system. The two were reunited on Jan. 13 — three days before they were killed. Alissa and her son were found dead lying next to each other in the street.

The other four victims were identified as Rosa Parraz, 72; Eladio Parraz Jr., 52; Jennifer Analla, 49; and Marcos Parraz, 19.

Boudreaux said that with Mexican cartels, what you see is that “there is no mercy at every level.”

The suspects in the Goshen killings, 35-year-old Angel Uriarte and 25-year-old Noah Beard, were known members of the Norteno gang.

“We are finding that the drugs that have been distributed amongst this particular gang was, in fact, coming from the influence of cartels,” Boudreaux said.

There has been a long, documented history of gang violence in the history of California, but Boudreaux points to exceedingly violent cases the Mexican cartel has inflicted upon the area in the past.

“I don’t think there’s any California resident that’s not familiar with gangs, gang activity and the violence in their communities,” he said.

Boudreaux attributed the increased level of crime to the state’s “soft approach” and “our unsecure border.”

“This is not an immigration issue,” Boudreaux said. “What we’re not controlling is the criminal element that’s coming across that border, that committed crimes in other countries. They are not obeying the law there, they are not obeying the law here.”

In the Goshen killings case, Boudreaux said that accountability and “holding people in prison when they need to be in prison” might have kept the six victims alive.

Boudreaux said applying the death penalty for violent cases heavily influenced by the cartel is a way to signal accountability.

“I’m not saying that that takes place in every case,” he said “I think there’s special circumstances. But when you’re killing children, and you’re massacring an entire family, the California voters voted the death penalty in place.”

In 2019, California Gov. Gavin Newsom declared a moratorium on executions in the state.

“I think that if we had a clear message that the death penalty is an assured thing for something like this, that people will think twice about doing it,” Boudreaux said of the Goshen killings.

Newsom called the death penalty a “failure” that had “no public safety value” and “wasted billions of taxpayer dollars,” according to reporting from the New York Times.

“Well, that sends a message to everybody that they’re not going to be held to that standard,” Boudreaux said. “We have to start holding a hard line on people committing these types of crimes.”

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