But, Texas isn’t sending him back to Colorado immediately because they are investigating potential other crimes he may have committed in Texas.
This reminds me of something a friend said yesterday.
Going forward, any governor or county commission that tells the President—send us more refugees—will ‘own it’ when a refugee takes an American’s job, costs us for consuming social services Americans need, or commits a violent crime in their jurisdictions.
The consenting elected official will not be able to blame Washington, but it will be on them and I’ll be right here to point out that connection going forward.
From Fox 31 Denver:
Man suspected of killing woman at Sheridan hotel arrested in Houston
HOUSTON — A man suspected of killing a woman in the Denver suburb of Sheridan has been arrested in Houston.
According to law enforcement sources, Abbas Abdal Kathem Abed was found at a Houston homeless shelter. Sheridan police worked alongside Houston police and the U.S. Marshals Service to find Abed.
Abed’s minivan had been located in the Houston area a few weeks ago, but law enforcement sources say Abed was arrested Thursday shortly after they received a tip from the shelter.
Abed had been on the run since Dec. 1, 2019, when 31-year-old Chelsea Anne Snider was found dead at a hotel in the 2900 block of West Hampden Avenue.
Snider died from blunt force trauma and stabbing, law enforcement sources said Thursday.
Abed had been employed as an Uber driver. Following Snider’s death, Uber said Abed no longer has access to the app. Uber does not believe their ridesharing app had anything to do with the crime because the platform was turned off at the time of the incident.
Abed is an Iraqi refugee. Investigators believe he may have gone to Houston because of Iraqi friends he met there when he first came to the U.S. [Begs the question—what sort of people are his Iraqi friends?—ed]
A law enforcement source says Abed’s extradition to Colorado could be delayed because Houston police are investigating crimes he may have committed there, including attempted murder.
Every time there is a violent crime or attempted terrorist attack by a ‘VETTED’ refugee (vetting is a joke of course!), we should be told which of the nine federal contractors were responsible for placing that criminal in an unsuspecting community. There ought to be a law!
I can’t pin this alleged murderer on Texas Governor Abbott, but if he signs on for more refugees for Texas, I will be holding him responsible for future criminals arriving in the state and you should too!
5 thoughts on “Texas: Iraqi Refugee Arrested for Murder of Colorado Woman”
If the cult member is found guilty then… all persons who helped said cult member to gain entry to America must hang with him.
These politicians, NGO and religious organizations flooding are country with these cult members are nothing more than sponsors of domestic terrorism.
Looking forward to a per capita of crimes for ME migrants.
I don’t know why the agencies that are responsible for bringing any of these so-called refugees into the USA are not sued when something like this happens. Why isn’t the UN sued? They are supposed to do a check before putting them on an eligibility list for relocation. At least that is the way I thought it worked. Anyone associated with dumping this person and others like him/her on us should be included. That’s my opinion.
Wouldn’t that be great if anyone who had a role in his initial transport to Texas would be held legally liable by the murdered woman’s family.