Jamiel Shaw, Sr. Testifies at Oversight Hearing
Testimony to U.S. House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform Hearing on: “A Review of the Department of Homeland Security’s Policies and Procedures for the Apprehension, Detention, and Release of Non-Citizens Unlawfully Present in the U.S.” Wednesday, February 25, 2015
My son, Jamiel A. Shaw, II known to family as “Jas”, was assassinated http://tinyurl.com/jmc6kas by a “dreamer” DACA recipient, a child brought to this country by no fault of his own.
My family’s peace and freedom were stolen by an illegal alien from Mexico. He was brought here by his illegal alien parents and allowed to grow up as a wild animal.
Some people believe that if you are brought over by no fault of your own, that it makes you a good person. They want us to believe that Dream Act kids don’t murder. I am here to debunk that myth.
Kids brought over the border by no fault of their own do kill Americans. How many Americans killed by illegal aliens are too many… one, two, a hundred, a thousand, a hundred thousand?
Ask any parent whose child was murdered by an illegal alien how many is too many. As one of those parents, I am here to tell you that one is too many.
My son, Jas was murdered while walking on his own street, three houses down from his home. An illegal alien, on his third gun charge, was visiting a neighbor when my son was coming home. He shot my son in the stomach, and then in the head, killing him.
Do black lives really matter, or does it matter only if you are shot by a white person, or a white policeman? The district attorney proved in court that my son was murdered because he was black and wearing a Spiderman back pack http://tinyurl.com/hmwz5jk.
Jas’s mother, Army Sgt. Anita Shaw, who was serving in Iraq fighting for their freedom, called me from Iraq to ask was it true that Jas was dead.
How many other military families have made that same phone call from some foreign land, in disbelief that their sons or daughters have been killed in America by illegal alien invaders? Do military families matter?
Dream Act kids have turned my family’s American Dream into a nightmare.
The illegal alien dreamer that murdered my son only served four months of an eight month sentence for assault with a deadly weapon and battery on a police officer. He was released from the county jail the day before he executed my son. Why was this violent illegal alien allowed to walk the streets of America instead of being deported?
Why was ICE not called to pick up this violent invader? We were promised that the federal government would keep us safe from violent illegal aliens. Article IV, Section 4 of the U.S. Constitution guarantees us “protection against invasion.”
I see and hear black politicians, black athletes, black stars say “Hands up; don’t shoot!” My son was shot in the stomach by an illegal alien gangbanger and while he lay on his back with his hands up, he shot him through his hand into his head and killed him.
My son thought he could walk down the street and not be murdered by an illegal alien, that he could depend on the government to secure our borders and keep the bad people out.
Yes, black families matter. Yes, military families matter. All families matter, but the duty of the U.S. government is to always put American families first!
**For the complete unedited speech: http://youtu.be/f8nAveziGKY