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Ho-hum: another day, another illegal alien predator left free to roam in sanctuary-state California. Luckily a quick-thinking female cop in Napa put a cap in his ass and rendered him extremely docile. If you watch the video, note how much lead she makes him eat, thus ensuring her own safety and that of others:

An illegal immigrant with four ICE detainers was shot to death after he opened fire on a Napa County sheriff’s deputy. The Napa County Sheriff’s Office posted disturbing video from Deputy Riley Jarecki’s bodycam showing the fatal shooting of Javier Hernandez Morales, a 43-year-old Mexican national deported from the US three times but protected under California’s sanctuary laws.

Nothing "disturbing" at all about the video... a cheer moment, I would say. I counted 15-16 shots from the officer, which is proof positive that high-capacity magazines save lives, not take them. In a gunfight, you never shoot to wound, but to put your opponent first on the ground, and then in the ground:

Hernandez-Morales had a lengthy criminal history which included weapons violations, driving under the influence, and battery on a peace officer, according to US Immigration and Customs Enforcement. He was seen in the video footage as Jarecki approached the vehicle during a traffic stop Sunday night.

After initially approaching from the passenger side, the sheriff’s deputy came around to speak to Hernandez-Morales, telling him to “Roll it down,” indicating his window. After a moment he complied but suddenly opened fire on Jarecki who was not injured but retreated to the other side of the vehicle while radioing that shots had been fired.

From the passenger side, the deputy fired a number of rounds, killing the suspect.

Everybody loves a happy ending. Meanwhile, California's unconscionable policy protecting Mexican criminals -- who often use multiple aliases, as this guy did -- from the federal government has got to stop. Useless Jeff Sessions did almost nothing about the flagrant flouting of immigration law, but perhaps new attorney general William Barr will finally crack down.

“ICE is grateful the deputy involved in this shooting was not harmed during this attack,” the agency said in a statement, according to KGO-TV. “It’s unfortunate that our law enforcement partners and the community are subjected to dangerous consequences because of inflexible state laws that protect criminal aliens.”

“This incident may have been prevented if ICE had been notified about any of the multiple times Hernandez-Morales was released from local custody over the last few years. This is an impactful, scary example of how public safety is affected by laws or policies limiting local law enforcement agencies’ ability to cooperate with ICE,” the statement read.

Meanwhile, nice shooting, Officer Jarecki.