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Muslim migrant who SHOT Colorado cop in shootout with officers has criminal history, yet AVOIDED DEPORTATION, report says

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Terrible evidence that President Trump’s national security ban is essential as is a purge of career bureaucrats working against the national interests.

It’s unclear, however, if or why Khammasi was not deported in the five years.

Iraqi immigrant accused of shooting Colorado cop has criminal history, yet avoided deportation, report says

An Iraqi immigrant who allegedly shot a Colorado cop Thursday during a shootout has been involved in a string of crimes for the past five years — yet avoided being deported, a report said.

By Katherine Lamm,  Fox News, August 5, 2018:

Karrar Al Khammasi, 31, missed his Friday court appearance after he was hospitalized following a shootout with officers in Colorado Springs. Al Khammasi is accused of shooting Colorado Springs Officer Cem Duzel in the head early Thursday morning, leaving the cop in critical but stable condition as of Saturday.


Before Thursday’s shooting, Khammasi was known to immigration enforcement officials due to his nine prior contacts with police, the Colorado Springs Gazette reported.

His first incident was in 2013, when he was charged with drunken driving. About a month later, Khammasi was charged with criminal extortion where investigators believe he threatened a man and his family and set a car on fire.

Police said Friday Officer Cem Duzel had movement on both sides of his body overnight and has family and friends were by his side in the hospital

Court records stated Khammasi was sentenced to two years of probation after pleading guilty to first-degree trespassing of a dwelling in 2014. Khammasi was on an immigration hold that day.

His criminal history continued this year when Khammasi was arrested in January for allegedly possessing a stolen handgun. He posted $1,000 cash bail in February and was free until Thursday’s shooting. His Friday court appearance was on the gun charge.

It’s unclear, however, if or why Khammasi was not deported in the five years.

Khammasi was charged with attempted first-degree murder, possession of a weapon by a previous offender and felony menacing on Friday. He is being held without bond.

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