The 3-year-old called out ‘Daddy, Daddy” after being sexually assaulted by an illegal alien from Mexico who was “f–ked up and thinking dirty.”
But Chicago is a sanctuary for 34-year-old illegal alien predator.
Chicago’s lesbian mayor commenting on the assault stated, “…we are a welcoming city, a sanctuary city. Chicago Police Department will not cooperate with ICE on any immigration-related business.”
And that’s that. Why do American families put up with this?
March 2, 2020 | 2:55pm | Updated
An illegal immigrant was released under Chicago’s “sanctuary city” policy — only to sexually assault a 3-year-old girl and leave her sobbing for her father in at McDonald’s bathroom, according to authorities.
Mexican national Christopher Puente, 34, was only in Chicago because cops refused to hold him for US Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials after he was arrested last year, ICE charged in a statement.
He was then arrested last month for allegedly assaulting the 3-year-old after luring her to his bathroom stall while her dad helped her brother in the restaurant restroom, the Chicago Sun-Times has reported.
The victim called out ‘Daddy, Daddy,’” Assistant State’s Attorney James Murphy told a bond hearing last month, according to the Sun-Times.
Puente confessed, telling cops he was “f–ked up and thinking dirty,” Leighton Criminal Courthouse heard — but seemed stunned when he was held without bail for predatory criminal sexual assault, the paper said.
Puente — who already had a long rap sheet — was deported in 2014, but sneaked back over the Texas border just five days later, ICE said last week.
“How many more victims must there be before lawmakers realize that sanctuary policies do not protect the innocent?” asked Robert Guadian, field office director of Chicago enforcement and removal operations. “Puente should have been in ICE custody last year and removed to his home country. Instead, irresponsible lawmaking allowed him to walk free and prey on our most vulnerable.”
Mayor Lori Lightfoot said ICE should “do their job better,” ABC said.
“They’re critical because we have said very clearly we are a welcoming city, a sanctuary city,” Lightfoot said, according to the network. “Chicago Police Department will not cooperate with ICE on any immigration-related business.”