A 32-year-old woman was shot dead at San Francisco's Pier 14 last week. The man charged with the crime was in the country illegally despite having been deported five times and convicted of seven felonies. The case has attracted national attention and renewed criticism over San Francisco's "sanctuary city" immigration policies, which prevent local law enforcement from cooperating with federal immigration authorities.
Shooting at San Francisco Pier Renews 'Sanctuary City' Debate
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Angela Chan, senior staff attorney with the Criminal Justice Reform Program at the Asian Law Caucus
Joseph Russoniello, attorney with Browne George Ross
Ross Mirkarimi, San Francisco sheriff