Former President Barack Obama called violent and dangerous illegal immigrants “dreamers.”
Under President Donald Trump, we’ve finally moved past that and we are now arresting and deporting them.
Eric Cruz López, a student protester, was recently arrested on 103 counts of Anti-Trump vandalism.
According to reports, the damage he inflicted cost around $4,200.
Daily Mail reports:
UConn police identified Cruz-Lopez through surveillance cameras and his UConn swipe card, according to a warrant. Police also installed extra cameras to help them find the vandal, reported the Hartford Courant.
Cruz-Lopez was arrested on May 7 and released without having to post bail – and is no longer enrolled at UConn.
‘I did the graffiti,’ he wrote in his police statement.
‘I am open to entering into a conversation about restitution.’
According to arrest paperwork, Cruz-Lopez is a community organizer for CT Students for a Dream, an organization that advocates on behalf of undocumented immigrants and has described himself as one too.
He has not yet entered a plea to the charges and is not represented by a lawyer. He is due back in Superior Court in Rockville on June 14.
Finally, these types of individuals are getting punished for breaking the law. It is not romantic for you to protest Trump and vandalize private and public property. They must understand that their actions constitute a criminal offense and if they want to be violent and destroy things, they better be willing to face the consequences for their actions.
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