Illegal Alien Out On Bond Accused Of Murdering Crew Mate On Fishing Boat

Just doing the jobs American heroin addicts won’t do. Here we go again. Someone would still be alive if our laws were enforced.

He was released from the custody of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement on April 23 despite ICE’s objections, an immigration judge granted Meave-Vasquez bond.

Stupid decisions should have consequences. Start making these judges who insist on releasing illegals back into society personally responsible for their poor rulings.

Daily Mail:

A Mexican national who was living in the US illegally and free on bond in a prior domestic violence incident has been charged with murder in an attack on his fishing crew mates off Nantucket.

Franklin Freddy Meave Vazquez, 27, is charged with murder in the Sunday attack on board the Captain Billy Haver, which was trawling the waters about 55 miles off Massachusetts.

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Prosecutors say that the vessel had seven crew members on board, including Vazquez, when he charged at a shipmate wielding a hammer in one hand and a knife in the other.

The victim said that he fought Vazquez off and then looked down to see another shipmate lying on the deck in a pool of blood.

Vazquez allegedly struck a third crew member before scaling the ship’s mast in a bid to escape as the crew tried to subdue him.

The Virginia-based fishing vessel put out a call for help, and first to respond was the German cruise ship Mein Schiff 6. Two of the victims were brought aboard the massive cruise ship for medical treatment, and one was pronounced dead by the ship’s doctor.

A Coast Guard vessel also responded to the scene, escorting the Billy Haver and Mein Schiff into port in Boston, where Vazquez was taken into federal custody.

On March 9, Vazquez was arrested in Newport News, Virginia on a charge of abduction by force, intimidation, or deception.

Lindsay McDannald, Vazquez’s soon-to-be-ex mother-in-law, told WCVB that the charge related to an attack on her daughter.

She says that Vazquez is a heroin addict and that he ‘assaulted her, strangled her and held her against the wall.’ More

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