Maybe NYC, the sanctuary city, wants to give MS-13 gang banger Jose “Flaco” Gonzalez, a break, since he is an  ILLEGAL IMMIGRANT with no US status. This non-USA ghetto thug, a  member of the  notorious gang, MS-13 (another gift from third world countries) has been terrorizing not only Queens (Greater Jamaica Area, SE Queens), but Long Island as well, was involved in a shooting with another other piece of shit ( Kevin “Stomper” Paniagua) that left a rival gang member paralyzed.

Our mayor, asshole council speaker and other assorted asshole elected officials, might want to give the  poor  illegal immigrant a break since he is not a US citizen and while they are at it, give him some free stuff and maybe a nice place to live. I mean the asshole NYC Democrats, including Leroy Comrie, have already shot down an anti-gang bill ( I don’t know, because they think it is too harsh and does not have enough sweet talk to it.

Again, communities (especially communities of color) have to put up with gangbangers like these pieces of shit, because our elected officials are too fucking soft).

Wonder if Mayor Dumbo or Public asshole Advocate Tit James, would like to make a comment, I mean they are always talking  about illegal immigrants all the time. Maybe they have some words of wisdom on Jose “Flaco” Gonzalez.

And this is the mayor who wants to shut down Rikers Island and stick smaller prisons in our neighborhoods.


From The Daily News:

MS-13 gang members nabbed in Queens shooting

Police have arrested members of the violent MS-13 gang after a fight and shooting in Queen left a suspected rival gang member paralyzed.

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Members of the violent MS-13 gang — one of them “with no legal status” in the U.S. — and an associate were collared Wednesday for beating and shooting a suspected Queens gang rival.

Brooklyn federal prosecutors say MS-13 members Jose “Flaco” Gonzalez and Kevin “Stomper” Paniagua, both 18, hunted down the now-paralyzed victim in October with 23-year-old associate Francisco Ramos.

Ramos allegedly drove the men and an unidentified minor also in the gang to Jamaica, Queens, in search of a man they thought was part of their top competition, the 18th Street Gang. Gonzalez allegedly claimed their target and his crew had previously pulled a knife and machete on him.

Gonzalez, Paniagua and the minor pummeled the unidentified victim in his face and body, court papers said. Prosecutors said Paniagua found a gun on the victim and used it to shoot him. The bullet paralyzed him from the neck down.

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Paniagua allegedly tried to take a second shot at the victim, but the gun jammed.

Surveillance footage caught the confrontation, prosecutors said. But when police confronted Gonzalez with a video still showing his face, he denied it was him and said he was in a bar at the time. Gonzalez fessed to being part of MS-13 in a recorded jail call, prosecutors added.

Gonzalez, Paniagua, Ramos and the juvenile appeared in Brooklyn Federal Court on Wednesday. The three adults face charges of assault and attempted murder in aid of racketeering. They were all remanded. It was not immediately clear what charges the minor faced.

 Assistant U.S. Attorney Nadia Moore noted that Gonzalez had “no legal status in this country.” The immigration status of the other defendants was not immediately clear.

Sessions decries murderers, rapists and thugs of MS-13 on L.I.

On Wednesday, Acting Brooklyn U.S. Attorney Bridget Rohde said the men were linked to an “international gang known for its culture of murder.” The group “sought to spread fear throughout the community by attempting to kill an individual they suspected to be a rival gang member.”

In recent months, MS-13’s notoriety has only grown.

U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions declared outright war on the gang last month, saying it was fueled by a porous border that enabled recruiters and members to enter the country with ease.

He pledged to bring down the gang in remarks to law enforcement in Washington, D.C., then in Long Island.



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