Friday, October 11, 2019
Why Was An Attempted Murderer Let Loose In Dallas?
ICE is also claiming according to the Dallas Morning News that Ramirez-Cayente was deported to Mexico back in 2010.
when he was arrested, Ramirez-Cayente would be locked up until his trial, but we were wrong. Instead of being charged with attempted murder, the Mexican national was only charged with aggravated assault
To add to the high levels of WTF level issues in this case, Magistrate Judge Hal Turley issued a $25,000 bond for a hate crime. Since you only have to pay 10% of that amount, that meant that all Ramirez Cayente had to come up with was $2500 to be sprung from the Dallas County Jail.
Turley compounded his bond amount mistake by not ordering him to wear an ankle monitor to ensure that he could be tracked.
It appears that Ramirez-Cayente has fled the Dallas area, and that a fugitive warrant was issued by the Dallas Police Department on October 7 for his arrest.
Local advocate Stacey Monroe is holding a press conference at 3:15 PM at the Frank Crowley Courts Building to discuss the latest developments in this case.
We also need to know the answer to the question of why an attempted murderer was released in Dallas?
Posted by Monica Roberts at 2:30 PM
Labels: #LatinaTransLivesMatter, Dallas, legal/justice, Texas
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