San Francisco Shooting Suspect Deported 5 Times Before; Trump Calls Killing 'Senseless'
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San Francisco ignored an order by federal officials to detain an illegal immigrant and convicted felon who already had been deported five times before he allegedly gunned down a young woman at a popular waterfront tourist destination. [Full Story]
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