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Illegal alien kills 2 female children and not deported as Obama 'Dreamer'

An illegal alien from Mexico who was convicted of killing two young girls is still being protected by President Barack Obama’s “Dreamers” amnesty decree which stipulates that illegal aliens "brought to the United States through no fault of their own as children will not be deported," according to an "Inside the Beltway" watchdog that investigates and exposes government corruption and criminal activity on Wednesday.

 Tom Robinson and his wife Susan Dieter-Robinson reacted as the judge read the sentence for Cinthya Garcia-Cisneros.
Tom Robinson and his wife Susan Dieter-Robinson reacted as the judge read the sentence for Cinthya Garcia-Cisneros.Judicial Watch/Benjamin Brink

According to Judicial Watch's Corruption Chronicles, the "Dreamer" in this case -- 19-year-old Cinthya ­Garcia-Cisneros -- had been convicted of felony hit-and-run after killing two little girls who were playing innocently in a pile of leaves on Jan. 17, 2014, in the town of Forest Grove, Oregon, near Portland. She was sentenced to three years probabtion.

­Garcia-Cisneros has been living illegally in the U.S. since she was four years old. She is considered a prime beneficiary of President Obama's executive order -- which created the so-called "Dreamers" -- known as the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) directive. His order allows illegal aliens were brought illegally into the U.S. when they were children a temporary deferment from deportation for up to two years.

In addition to DACA as signed by Obama in June 2012, Oregon is known as a "sanctuary state" for illegal aliens and therefore state and local law enforcement agencies are banned from helping the federal immigration agents to capture illegal aliens or notifying the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents when the cops arrest a suspect for a crime and discover they are "undocumented immigrants," a euphemism favored by activists and the Democratic Party to describe lawbreakers, according to former police officer Iris Aquino, herself a Hispanic American citizen.

As expected, DACA allowed the teenaged Garcia-Cisneros to legally apply for, and obtain, a work permit, a driver’s license, a Social Security card and other documents that were at one time only available to U.S. citizens or legal immigrants who possessed the appropriate documents including a passport and visa.

According to Judicial Watch, while driving a sports utility vehicle, she crashed into a pile of leaves, struck and killed 6-year-old and 11-year-old stepsisters, and then she fled the scene of an accident. With the help of her boyfriend she covered up the crime. Garcia-Cisneros was nabbed by police the day after she killed the children, while her boyfriend was imprisoned for hindering prosecution.

After her trial, the jury delivered guilty verdicts for two counts of felony hit-and-run and she was placed on probation. Because she was an illegal alien she was taken to an immigration detention center in Tacoma, Washington, in order to be face removal proceedings.

Garcia-Cisneros this week saw her deportation case vanish thanks to an immigration judge who dismissed her case. "The judge gave no reason for dismissing the deportation and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has declined to say why the case was dropped," according to Judicial Watch.