Throw Away the Key! Man Who Murdered Four Month Old Found Out to Have Been Deported FIVE Times

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(Mugshot: Shelby County Sheriff's Office)

The death penalty seems to be too lenient a punishment for Carlos Zuniga-Aviles, or if you go by his illegal name, Jose Avila-Agurcia.

This piece of garbage has been charged with the murder of a four-month-old — not years, but months — in Shelby County, Tennessee earlier in April after finding out that he wasn’t the biological father of the child. Authorities say that Zuniga-Aviles struck the infant multiple times “until he was unresponsive.”

If that weren’t enough, it was later found out that this subhuman had been deported five times from the U.S.

According to Breitbart:

The Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency confirmed to Breitbart News that Zuniga-Aviles is an illegal alien from Honduras, who has already been deported from the U.S. a total of five times.

Between February 2010 and December 2016, Zuniga-Aviles was deported five times out of Louisiana, Arizona, and Texas and returned to his native Honduras. Sometime after his last deportation, the illegal alien arrived back in the U.S.

I’d say people should take this story and ask a far-leftist what they think about illegal immigration now, but we pretty much already know the answer to that. It’s not like they have a problem with murdering babies, so why should they begin to care now?

The funny part is that the only thing the far-left lunatics would take away from reading this article would be that I called someone, who happens to be an illegal immigrant that they love so much, a “piece of garbage” or “subhuman.” Trust me, I’d call this scumbag way worse, but he’s not worth any more of my time.

H/T: LocalMemphis.com

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