Lars Larson Show: Criminal Alien of the Week Report

Lars Larson Show: Criminal Alien of the Week Report

April 19, 2018

Lars: It has been an interesting third full week in the month of April when it comes to criminal aliens (illegal aliens) here in the Pacific Northwest states of Oregon, Washington and Idaho.

This week we take a look at for your radio listeners at an illegal alien who is allegedly involved in attempted murder and assault in the State of Oregon.

On Saturday, April 14, 2018 Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office Deputies arrested Jesus Ascencio Molina, age 24, for a nail gun attack he allegedly perpetrated on one of his coworkers on Friday, April 13, 2018 at a construction site in Happy Valley, Oregon.

After being arrested by Clackamas County Sheriff’s Deputies Jesus Ascencio Molina was transport to the Clackamas County Jail located in Oregon City, Oregon where he is currently being incarcerated.

A viewing of the Clackamas County Jail’s website Inmate Roster reveals Jesus Ascencio Molina (SID: 16480385; DOB: 7/25/93) has been charged with Attempted Murder and Assault in the First Degree. His bail has been set at $250,000.00.

Additional information, the victim of Jesus Ascencio Molina’s April 13th violent attack suffered multiple injuries from nail impacts, and was transported by Life Flight to a local hospital.

Wanting to know the actual current immigration status of Jesus Ascencio-Molina, I contacted via e-mail on Monday, April 16, 2018 U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Public Affairs Officer/Spokesperson Carissa Cutrell to investigate if he was illegally present in the United States of America.

On the afternoon of Wednesday, April 18, 2018 here is what ICE Public Affairs Officer/Spokesperson Carissa Cutrell had to say via e-mail in response to my inquiry for information on Jesus Ascencio-Molina:

“Here’s a statement from ICE. You can attribute to me as an ICE spokesperson.” “On April 16, ICE lodged a detainer with the Clackamas County Jail on Jesus Ascencio-Molina, a Mexican national illegally present in the U.S., following his arrest for attempted murder and assault in the first degree. Ascencio-Molina was previously detained by ICE on immigration violations in 2012 after ICE officers encountered him at the Multnomah County Detention Center after his arrest on local criminal charges. An immigration judge subsequently granted Ascencio-Molina voluntary departure to Mexico, and ICE returned him to his home country in 2013.”

“One additional point to note. Even though we lodged a detainer, due to Clackamas County’s policy of non-cooperation, it is unlikely that ICE will be notified in the event Ascencio-Molina is released from custody before his criminal case is resolved.” – Carissa Cutrell

Analysis of the preceding information:

The detailed statement from ICE Spokesperson Carissa Cutrell reveals a great deal about the immigration status of Jesus Ascencio Molina:

First, ICE officers placed an immigration detainer on Jesus Ascencio Molina on April 16, 2018 while he remains incarcerated at the Clackamas County Jail.

Second, ICE officers are checking out the identities of foreign nationals like Jesus Ascencio Molina while they are incarcerated in local county jails and correctional facilities and who have been charged with local crimes.

Third, Jesus Ascencio Molina is a Mexican national illegally present in the United States of America.

Fourth, Jesus Ascencio Molina was previously detained by ICE officers on immigration violations in 2012 after ICE officers encountered him at the Multnomah Jail “after his arrest on local criminal charges.”

Fifth, a U.S. Immigration Court Judge granted Jesus Ascencio Molina voluntary departure to his country of origin.

Sixth, ICE officers returned Jesus Ascencio Molina to Mexico in 2013.

Finally, ICE Spokesmen Cutrell stated she believes that even though ICE officer’s placed an immigration detainer on Jesus Ascencio Molina, because of Clackamas County Jail’s “policy of non-cooperation,” that jail deputies will not notify ICE if the previously deported criminal alien is released from the custody of the jail “before his criminal case is resolved.”

Lars, the third full week in the month of April and another criminal alien report for Lars Larson Show KXL FM 101.1 Pacific Northwest radio listeners.

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  1. THE DAILY CALLER

    US

    EXCLUSIVE: Suspected Oregon Nail Gun Attacker Is Previously Deported Illegal Immigrant From Mexico

    WILL RACKE
    Immigration and Foreign Policy Reporter 1:04 PM 04/20/2018

    A 24-year-old Oregon construction worker who allegedly attacked a co-worker with a nail gun earlier in April is a previously deported illegal alien from Mexico, The Daily Caller News Foundation has learned.

    Jesus Ascencio Molina was arrested on the morning of April 14 in connection with a brutal assault at a house under construction in Happy Valley, Oregon, according to the Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office.

    The day before, Ascencio Molina allegedly shot another construction worker multiple times with a pneumatic framing nail gun. He then fled the scene, but was arrested by Clackamas County deputies the next morning, police said.

    Ascencio Molina is a Mexican national who had previously been deported after a 2012 arrest on local charges in Multnomah County, Oregon, according to Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).

    “Ascencio-Molina was previously detained by ICE on immigration violations in 2012 after ICE officers encountered him at the Multnomah County Detention Center after his arrest on local criminal charges,” agency spokeswoman Carissa Cutrell told TheDCNF in an email. “An immigration judge subsequently granted Ascencio-Molina voluntary departure to Mexico, and ICE returned him to his home country in 2013.”

    It was not immediately clear when Ascencio Molina re-entered the U.S. after being deported. ICE issued a formal detention request — known as a detainer — for him with the Clackamas County Jail on April 16, Cutrell said.

    ICE first confirmed Ascencio Molina’s immigration status to David Olen Cross, an independent crime researcher based in Salem, Oregon. Cross creates monthly reports using data from ICE and the Oregon Department of Corrections to document the cost of incarcerating foreign nationals in the state prison system, where one in 15 inmates is a criminal alien.(RELATED: Illegal Immigrants Arrested In Oregon County’s Biggest-Ever Meth Bust)

    His research has shown the vast majority of criminal aliens in Oregon’s prison system are serving time for what the FBI defines as violent crimes — murder and non-negligent manslaughter, forcible rape, robbery and aggravated assault — or sex crimes under the Oregon criminal code.

    Oregon is one of the nation’s most active states when it comes to limiting cooperation between local law enforcement and federal immigration authorities. It has had a sanctuary state law on the books since 1987. The state strengthened the law in 2017 with additional restrictions on the collection and sharing of immigration-related information with the federal government.

    A U.S. magistrate judge ruled in 2014 that Clackamas County violated the Fourth Amendment rights of an illegal immigrant when it held her on an ICE detainer after she was eligible for bail. To avoid further civil lawsuits, the Oregon Sheriffs Association recommended jail officials stop responding to immigration detention requests unless they are backed by a federal arrest warrant.

    In light of that recommendation, Clackamas County Sheriff Craig Roberts ordered the department to stop processing ICE detention requests in April 2014. The sheriff’s office has taken that policy a step further by not telling immigration authorities when criminal aliens are about to be released from jail, according to Cutrell.

    “Even though we lodged a detainer, due to Clackamas County’s policy of non-cooperation, it is unlikely that ICE will be notified in the event Ascencio-Molina is released from custody before his criminal case is resolved,” she told TheDCNF, adding that “the county does not notify us of releases.”

    The Clackamas County Sheriff’s public information office did not respond to an inquiry about its ICE notification policies.

    Ascencio Molina is currently incarcerated at the Clackamas County Jail on charges of assault and attempted murder, according to a county inmate database. His bail is set at $500,000.

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    Tags: Clackamas County, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Oregon

    http://dailycaller.com/2018/04/20/oregon-nail-gun-attacker-deported-illegal-immigrant/

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