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    Father sues ICE over handling of Mexican national who killed 4 in Kansas
    ​JANUARY 23, 2018 BY POST STAFF

    KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP) — The father of one of five people allegedly killed by a Mexican national who was in the country illegally is suing federal immigration authorities.

    The lawsuit filed Monday in Kansas City, Kansas, claims Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents had two chances to detain and deport 42-year-old Pablo Serrano-Vitorino before March 2016, when four men were killed in Kansas and one in Missouri.

    Serrano-Vitorino is charged with five counts of first-degree murder in the deaths. The lawsuit was filed by the father of Austin Harter, one of the men killed.

    The lawsuit says ICE didn’t follow proper procedures, allowing Serrano-Vitorino to be released from jail twice before March 2016.

    A spokesman for ICE said Tuesday the agency doesn’t comment on pending litigation.

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    ICE failed in case of KCK man in U.S. illegally, accused of 5 murders, lawsuit says

    A new lawsuit alleges that U.S. immigration officials negligently allowed a Kansas City, Kan., man to remain in the country illegally before a 2016 shooting spree that killed five men.

    The suit was filed Monday by the father of one of four men shot to death in Kansas City, Kan., in March 2016.

    Pablo Serrano-Vitorino was the next door neighbor of one of those victims, and he is charged in Wyandotte County District Court with four counts of first-degree murder.

    After those shootings, Serrano-Vitorino fled to Missouri, where he allegedly killed another man before he was arrested.
    He is now jailed in St. Louis awaiting trial in the Missouri case.

    Serrano-Vitorino, 42, was previously deported after he was convicted of a felony in 2003, according to the lawsuit.

    But he illegally re-entered the United States at some unknown date.

    ICE failed in case of KCK man in U.S. illegally, accused of 5 murders, lawsuit says


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    ICE missed chances to deport illegal immigrant charged in 5 deaths, slain man's father claims in suit

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    By Benjamin Brown | Fox News

    The father of one of five victims allegedly killed by an illegal immigrant in 2016 has filed a lawsuit against U.S. immigration officials for missing two chances to detain and deport the Mexican national prior to the killings.

    Pablo Serrano-Vitorino, 42, was charged with five counts of first-degree murder after he allegedly killed four men in Kansas City, Kan., and later killed another man in Missouri before he was captured, prosecutors said.

    In 2016 when the killings occurred, Serrano-Vitorino was arrested and released twice, according to the lawsuit, filed Monday in Kansas City, Kan.

    The lawsuit was filed on behalf of the father of Austin Harter, who was one of the Kansas victims, the Kansas City Star reported.

    Serrano-Vitorino illegally re-entered the U.S. sometime after he was deported to Mexico after being convicted of a felony in 2003. Although he was back behind bars in 2014 and 2015, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) failed to detain him, according to the lawsuit.

    In 2014, Serrano-Vitorino was arrested for battery in Kansas, but an ICE agent never showed up despite being notified by Wyandotte County jail officials that he was in custody, the lawsuit alleges.

    He was arrested again later that year for impaired driving, but the lawsuit doesn’t state whether ICE officials were notified.

    Serrano-Vitorino was released from custody again for traffic violations in 2015 after ICE officials sent the paperwork requesting he be held in custody to the wrong jail in Johnson County, Kan., according to the lawsuit.

    The lawsuit claims ICE’s lack of ability to follow proper procedures "provided the means for a convicted felon who was illegally in the country, but in custody, to be released and kill Austin and the four other victims," adding that "these deaths were foreseeable and preventable had the ICE officials, officers and/or agents involved simply followed the laws, regulations and/or procedures, which they were required to uphold."

    On Tuesday, ICE spokesman Shawn Neudauer declined to comment on the suit, but noted the “lack of comment should not be construed as agreement with or stipulation to any of the allegations."

    Serrano-Vitorino pleaded not guilty to the murders of the five men and is being held in a St. Louis jail as he awaits trial.

    He faces a first-degree murder charge in the death of Randy Nordman, of New Florence, Mo., as well as the deaths of the four men in Kansas: Harter, Clint Harter, Mike Capps and Jeremy Waters.

    Authorities have not revealed a possible motive for the killings. Missouri prosecutors are seeking the death penalty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jean View Post
    ICE missed chances to deport illegal immigrant charged in 5 deaths, slain man's father claims in suit

    16 hrs ago
    By Benjamin Brown | Fox News


    Pablo Serrano-Vitorino, 42, was charged with five counts of first-degree murder after he allegedly killed four men in Kansas City, Kan., and later killed another man in Missouri before he was captured, prosecutors said.

    In 2016 when the killings occurred, Serrano-Vitorino was arrested and released twice, according to the lawsuit, filed Monday in Kansas City, Kan.

    The lawsuit was filed on behalf of the father of Austin Harter, who was one of the Kansas victims, the Kansas City Star reported.
    what he did ,could of be death penalty case for any other criminal.
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