DREAMer At Large After Killing a Father of Two In a Grocery Store Parking Lot


An illegal alien and DACA amnesty recipient shot two men in a store parking lot before shooting and killing a 30-year-old husband and father of two as he tried to help.

Judas Deluna, 21, is currently at large after police say he wounded two men and killed another outside a DJ's Food Mart in northwest Harris County, Texas, in late January. ABC13 reports:

Investigators believe Deluna got into a fight with a man in the parking lot and retrieved a gun from his vehicle. He then returned to shoot him. [Rahman] Rupani, whose father owns the store, was inside. He came to the shooting victim's aid and was shot, too. Rupani had two young children and a wife.

Local news outlets were able to confirm with ICE that Deluna was under President Obama’s DACA program protection at the time.

And apparently, violence runs in the family. Local reports explain Deluna’s father, Manuel, is currently on “hold” status with ICE after being released from prison in October, where he served four months of a two-year sentence for assaulting his wife and daughter and getting into a standoff with SWAT.

On top of that:

Five years earlier, Manuel Deluna's other son, Eric Deluna, planned an ambush on an 18-wheeler full of drugs. It was part of a notorious federal sting that went bad aimed at the Los Zetas cartel. A federal informant died in a shootout that also left a Harris county sheriff's deputy wounded.


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