Granddaughter of 92-Year-Old Woman Raped and Murdered in Queens, NYC Speaks out Against Sanctuary Cities

‘The tragedy is that this could have been avoided had there been no sanctuary law’

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ORTIZ: "Hello everyone. My name is Daria Ortiz. I'm the granddaughter of Maria Fuentes, the 92-year-old woman who was raped and murdered in Queens. I'd like to take this moment to say my grandmother was very generous and educated. She was a woman who dedicated her time to taking care of others. Before coming to America, she worked as a secretary for the president in her native country, the Dominican Republic. She's a shining example of when people come legally to this country, work hard and do the right thing, and are law-abiding citizens. My grandmother raised her children and her grandchildren while working hard to give us a future. Unfortunately, my grandmother had to be the example of why something like this horrific crime should never happen. Our family's hope is that her death was not in vain and that preventative measures are put into place to ensure that nothing like this ever happens to anyone again.” 

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