Jamiel's Law is named for 17-year-old high school football star Jamiel Shaw II who was murdered on March 2, 2008, three doors from his home while his mother, Anita Shaw served as a Sergeant in the United States Army in Iraq. Jamiel’s alleged killer is an illegal alien gang-banger, who had been released from Jail the night before. Had Pedro Espinosa been turned over to ICE, he possibly would not have been in Los Angeles to commit this horrible murder.
Jamiel's Law is an ordinance drafted by Walter Moore, a political opponent of Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa.
The proposed ordinance would require officers to hunt down illegal immigrants who appear to be gang members.
Pedro Espinoza, the 19-year-old suspect in Shaw's death, was released from jail without police questioning his citizenship status on March 1, the day before he allegedly shot Shaw to death, according to reports by MyFOXLA.com.
Recently Mrs. Danielle Bologna lost her husband and two sons, Michael 20, and Matthew 16, when they were driving home from a family barbecue when they had the tragic misfortune of encountering Edwin Ramos, an illegal alien gangbanger who allegedly slaughtered the Bolognas with an AK-47. Had the San Francisco authorities reported Ramos to ICE agents on any number of previous encounters and incarcerations, he would not have been in San Francisco to commit these horrible murders, according to the news release.
The news release states that Mrs. Danielle Bologna, the wife and mother of three slain San Francisco family members, Mr. and Mrs. Jamiel Shaw Sr., whose son’s murder in Los Angeles inspired “Jamiel’s Law,” and TalkRadio 790 KABC morning host, Doug McIntyre will join together to demand LA City Councilman Jack Weiss release “Jamiel’s Law” from the Public Safety Committee, which he chairs, for a full council vote.
This press event will take place in front of City Councilman Jack Weiss’s West LA office on Thursday, August 7, 9:30-10:30am.
Location address: 822 S. Robertson Boulevard (north of Olympic Boulevard)
Los Angeles, CA 90035
You can find out more about Jamiel's Law here.