Sunday, April 16, 2017

California: Marco Chavez was convicted of felony animal cruelty of which he spent 2 years in prison and then was deported. Gov. Jerry Brown just pardoned him so he can come back to the US and abuse more animals.

CALIFORNIA -- Marco Antonio Chavez grew up in Los Angeles after he illegally arrived to the US with his parents, who were also illegal aliens, in 1973. He was just 1 at the time.

At 19, he enlisted in the Marine Corps and served for four years.

Two years after leaving the military, he tortured/abused some animal and was charged with FELONY aggravated animal cruelty.

In 1998, he was convicted for animal cruelty and served 10 months in prison. 

An immigration judge considered his conviction an aggravated felony, which led to his deportation in 2002.

In an effort to stay together, his family first moved with him to Tijuana, Mexico. After a while, his wife continued struggling with the language barrier and the daily commute back to the US for work.

Chavez’ wife and three sons moved to Iowa, according to the website Honorably Discharged, Dishonorably Deported

"Honorably Discharged, Dishonorably Deportedclearly doesn't consider animal cruelty to be important. No one spends 10 months in prison for animal cruelty unless it's really bad. He must've done something horrible. 

Oh yeah, and Gov. Jerry Brown is a cretin.

(Fox5 - April 16, 2017)