For domestic violence cases in Texas, the victim is not required to press charges simply because they may be too afraid to do so. If the police department has the evidence, they can hold the accused and refer charges to the district attorney. In Dallas, a WFAA investigation reveals 40 cases involving illegal aliens were not passed on, they just deported the accused felons back home.
Not only are they illegal aliens, they seem to be fans of domestic abuse and are probably comfortable they can get away with terrorizing people. From WFAA News 8 in Dallas.
A News 8 investigation found the Dallas Police Department has dropped charges in more than 40 family violence cases this year where the suspect was an illegal immigrant.
At least eight were serious felony cases where the victims were held at knife-point.
Instead of going on trial, the suspects were released from jail and deported.
Of course, we all know they are back in the United States within a month, living with – and continuing to abuse – their family members.
Judicial Watch wonders if Dallas police still remember the murder of Officer Brian Jackson, who was shot and killed by an illegal alien who was released from custody after threatening to kill his wife with a knife in 2005.