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Gallagher mentioned two infamous cases commonly cited by opponents of “sanctuary cities.”
One was the 2015 fatal shooting in San Francisco of Kate Steinle, 32, by a Mexican national who had served three federal prison terms for felony reentry into the country. The shooter had been under the San Francisco sheriff’s custody on a drug charge, but was released without notifying federal agents, as they’d requested. San Francisco is a longtime sanctuary city.
The other case was the 2014 slaying of two sheriff’s deputies in Sacramento and Placer