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17%

OF MURDERS IN ARIZONA COMMITED BY ILLEGAL ALIENS

40%

OF MURDERS IN FLORIDA COMMITED BY ILLEGAL ALIENS

34%

OF MURDERS IN NEW YORK COMMITED BY ILLEGAL ALIENS

Between 2008 and 2014 criminal aliens accounted for 38% of all murder convictions in the five states of California, Texas, Arizona, Florida and New York, while illegal aliens constitute only 5.6% of the total population in those states.That 38% represents 7,085 murders out of the total of 18,643.That 5.6% figure for the average illegal alien population in those five states comes from US Census estimates. We know the real number is double that official estimate. Yet, even if it is 11%, it is still shameful that the percentage of murders by criminal aliens is more than triple the illegal population in those states.Those astounding numbers were compiled by the Government Accountability Office (GAO) using official Department of Justice data on criminal aliens in the nation’s correctional system. Article by Breitbart.com

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The Grant Ronnebeck Foundation was created in memorium of Grant Ronnebeck. The foundation primary goal is raise awareness and to provide immediate financial assistance for burial costs,  emotional support resources to any families that lost a loved one to a crime commited by an illegal alien. 

 

Our Story;

Grant Ronnebeck was working the graveyard shift Thursday morning at a central Mesa convenience store when an angry customer approached the counter.Ronnebeck's friends say the clerk was ill at ease at this particular QT, having been recently transferred from a store in what he thought was a safer area. Still, the 21-year-old was well accustomed to dealing with people in the wee hours — he'd been working in convenience stores since QT hired him at age 16.The man dumped a handful of change on the store counter just before 4 a.m., demanded a pack of cigarettes and, when Ronnebeck tried to count the money, pointed a gun at the clerk's head, authorities said.Ronnebeck handed over the cigarettes immediately, according to Mesa police, but it wasn't enough to save his life."The clerk says, 'I can't give you the cigarettes until I count the money,' " said Detective Steve Berry, a Mesa police spokesman. "At that point, the (man) shoots him anyway."

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