Denver: Illegal Alien Arrested In Deadly Hit-And-Run Crash Had Been Deported Six Times

Juan Sanchez, an illegal alien from Mexico who was recently arrested in a hit-and-run accident that killed a pedestrian, Annette Conquering Bear, a mother of six. Sanchez has been deported six different times in the last two decades. The 42-year-old suspect was also arrested three times for driving under the influence of alcohol between 2000 to 2002. His bail has been set at $500,000. ICE has lodged a detainer request for Sanchez should he be able to make bond, but it’s not clear if the request will be honored, as a law was passed earlier this year by Colorado’s Democrat-controlled state government that largely prohibits local law enforcement from helping ICE apprehend or locate illegal aliens in the state.

The man arrested for a deadly hit-and-run accident in Colorado is not only living in the United States illegally, but has been deported six different times in the past two decades.

Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has revealed that Juan Sanchez — a Mexican national who was recently charged for fleeing the scene of a fatal car accident — is an illegal alien and a repeat violator of U.S. immigration law, according to local reports. The victim’s family members say she was just days away from her 52nd birthday.

Annette Conquering Bear, who was running an errand at a nearby Walgreens in the Denver area, was struck by a vehicle while she was crossing an intersection on December 17. The SUV that hit her never stopped, according to a statement from the Denver Police Department. A witness was able to flag down a nearby ambulance, but Conquering Bear was pronounced dead at the scene.

Law enforcement was able to locate the vehicle — a white GMC Sierra crew cab truck — later that night. The owner of the vehicle told police that he lent the car to a man named “Juan,” which eventually led them to the apprehension of Juan Sanchez. He was formally charged with vehicular homicide and fleeing the scene of the accident, and his bond is set at $500,000.

ICE has since revealed that Sanchez, an illegal alien, has a lengthy history of border violations. The 39-year-old Mexican national has been deported a total of six times: once in 2012, three times in 2008, and twice in 2002.

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Six-Time Previously Deported Illegal Alien Kills Mother of Six in Denver – Then Flees the Scene




Seattle Forces Public School Students To Get Vaccinated During Winter Break

Seattle Public Schools sent out a warning to parents that thousands of students could be banned from returning to school after Christmas break if they are not up to date on their vaccinations. “Personal” or “philosophical” exemptions for the MMR vaccine were eliminated by Washington state lawmakers in May of 2019.

A notice sent to parents by Seattle Public Schools warns that thousands of students could be banned from returning to school after Christmas break if they are not up to date on their vaccinations.

The school district’s notice reads, “Student records must reflect updated immunization status by January 8, 2020, or students cannot attend school until the required information is provided to the school nurse.”

“Personal” or “philosophical” exemptions for the MMR vaccine were eliminated by state lawmakers in May of 2019.

The MMR (measles, mumps, and rubella) vaccine is the main immunization the school district is focusing on before allowing students to return to class.

To assist families who may not be able to afford the shots, the district is offering free immunization clinics over the holiday break to help students get in compliance with the mandatory vaccination laws.

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MIT Develops ‘Tattoo ID’ to Track Who Has Been Vaccinated. MIT Powered by Gates Foundation Cash

MIT researchers created an ink to track who has had a certain vaccine that can be embedded in the skin alongside the vaccine, and is only visible using a special infra-red application. The invisible “tattoo” is a pattern made up of tiny semiconducting crystals that reflect light and thus glows under infra-red light. The research was funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, as Bill Gates made a direct request for the biological technology.

The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation came under intense criticism in India in 2009 when they promoted the Gardasil vaccine for the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV). Three rounds of the vaccine were given to 16,000 girls, age 9 to 15, without proper consent. Many of the girls became ill and five reportedly died after taking the vaccines.

The invisible “tattoo” is a pattern made up of tiny semiconducting crystals that reflect light and thus glows under infra-red light. The pattern will be delivered alongside the vaccine into the skin via hi-tech dissolvable microneedles made of a mixture of polymers and sugar.

MIT researchers have struck on a novel, and for many surely unsettling, method of keeping track of who has and hasn’t had a particular vaccination – creating an ink that can be safely embedded in the skin alongside the vaccine itself, and only visible using a special infra-red application.

“In areas where paper vaccination cards are often lost or do not exist at all, and electronic databases are unheard of, this technology could enable the rapid and anonymous detection of patient vaccination history to ensure that every child is vaccinated,” MIT researcher Kevin McHugh said in a statement.

Strikingly, the research was funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation – in fact, the project came about following a direct request from the Microsoft founder himself, who has been personally and somewhat controversially involved in efforts to eradicate polio and measles via vaccinations worldwide.

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