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Feb 09 2023

The Immolation of George Alan Kelly

Once Biden et al. took power, the federal government opened the border and explicitly invited the desperate dregs of the entire world to pour across to displace us in exchange for handouts that we pay for. The resulting stampede has made for a dangerous situation for American citizens living at the edge of what was once our country. When force needs to be used in self-defense, who do you suppose our rulers will side with, American citizens standing their ground, or anyone else from anywhere? In case you need an answer, the immolation of George Alan Kelly provides it:

Kelly, 73, remains in custody in Santa Cruz County, Arizona, on a $1million bond, on a single murder charge. On January 30, he shot and killed Gabriel Cuen-Butimea, 48, after he crossed illegally onto his ranch in Kino Springs, near Nogales.

In accordance with social justice, lowlifes walk free after a serving a few months for raping children. But a rancher defending his property from someone who has been deported multiple times is regarded as such a threat to society that he must be kept in a cage.

Kelly’s outrageous $1 million bond is apparently intended to send a message to any other Americans who might dare to defend themselves.

He previously pleaded with the judge to lower it, saying he needed to look after his elderly wife and their livestock.

‘She’s there by herself… nobody to take care of her, the livestock or the ranch. And I’m not going anywhere. I can’t come up with a million dollars.’

At last word, he has not even been allowed to speak to his wife.

“It doesn’t seem like Mr. Kelly and the [victim] knew each other,” according to Chief Deputy Gerardo Castillo. It appears obvious that this was not first-degree murder, although that is the charge.

In Arizona, we enjoy the protection of Stand Your Ground law:

Arizona law allows people to fight — and sometimes kill — to protect themselves or others. …

The state’s justification statute is similar to “stand your ground” laws elsewhere in the U.S. The statute says “a person is justified in threatening or using physical force against another when and to the extent a reasonable person would believe that physical force is immediately necessary to protect himself against the other’s use or attempted use of unlawful physical force.”

It also puts the burden on prosecutors to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that a defendant was not justified in using deadly force in self-defense.

But if the law were relevant, the border would be closed. All that matters to the leftists in charge is that they impose their will at our expense.

On a tip from Varla.


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  1. […] is still in step with the ruthless intolerance that characterizes the liberal establishment. George Alan Kelly caught hell for defending his home from one of the countless illegal aliens Democrats have […]


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