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Donald Trump Press Conference 
For Families Whose Loved Were Killed By Illegals
The Remembrance Project Stolen Lives Quilt
Beverly Wilshire Hotel, Beverly Hills, CA  7/10/15

before the press conference with the family members

Report by Robin Hvidston

Donald Trump met with the family members who have lost loved ones at the hands of illegals before the press conference.

Maria Espinoza, founder and president, of the The Remembrance Project Stolen Lives Quilt, notified her California Director Robin Hvidston about attending the press conference, with less than a one and a half  hour notice - in rush hour traffic - to arrive at the Donald Trump press conference, where the Stolen Lives Quilt banners were to be displayed.

Brenda Sparks, mother of Eric Haydu Zepeda, Sabine Durden, mother of Dominic Durden, and her fiance Anthony, Jamiel Shaw, Sr., Althea Shaw the aunt of Jamiel Shaw, Jr. and his grandmother, Don Rosenberg the father of Drew Rosenberg.

The atmosphere was informal. Donald Trump invited the each family member to tell their tragic stories and listened intently...

NOTE: The team that displays the Stolen Lives Quilt banners was invited to attend the press conference, in order to display the banners, but because of the short notice - the phone calls and the last-minute planning -  it was a whirlwind of impossibilities. As it was, Robin Hvidston and Gary Galeano (Grindall) arrived just moments before the meeting began. 

Donald Trump was swarmed by the media...

Donald Trump talked about the family members who he had met with and their common themes - such as it is politically incorrect to state the fact their loved ones were killed by illegals. The government's abject lawlessness and culpability for allowing the illegal to reside in the USA. 

The recent killing of Kathryn Steinle in San Francisco was referenced.

Donald Trump invited each family member to the podium to tell their story to the press. Don Rosenberg, Lupe Morfin Moreno, Jamiel Shaw, Althea Shaw, Brenda Sparks and Sabine Durden spoke at length about their beloved sons/nephews.

The press conference was in the Chateau Ballroom at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel.

The Stolen Lives Quilt banners were displayed.


Drew Rosenberg, 25, was killed in San Francisco by a driver, with prior citations, in the U.S. illegally, 11/16/10.

Dominic Durden, 30, was killed on 7/12/12 in Moreno Valley by a driver, with prior DUI/burglary convictions, in the U.S. illegally, who made an illegal turn, killing Dominic.

Eric Haydu Zepeda, 22, was killed in Yucaipa by a driver, with 3 prior driving without a license and traffic citations, in the U.S. illegally.

Jamiel Shaw, 17, assassinated by an illegal alien gang member Los Angeles, CA 3-2-08.

Rubin Morfin Salinas, CA. Shot in the head and killed by an illegal gang banger 2-29-1990

NOTE: At left in the photo, Lupe Morfin Moreno of Santa Ana, CA (the aunt of little 13 year old Ruben, who was murdered in Salinas, CA as he walking with friends to his grandma's house, the illegal gang banger asked him where he was from, and he said the USA. The gang banger shot him in the head, killed him in front of his friends.) was the family member that could not be located initially for the meeting. Her friend Adrienne Murphy, who moved from California to Arizona, was contacted in the attempt to locate Lupe. Adrienne finally was able to get in touch with Lupe, and Lupe arrived just as the press conference began.



FILE PHOTO - Remembrance Project Stolen Lives Quilt banner - March 2, 2014 Jamiel Shaw Memorial Candlelight Vigil.




OBAMA SANCTIONED PRISON RELEASE: 36,000 deportable criminals released back onto U.S. soil in 2013, which included murderers, rapists, and child molesters.

“…Catholic Charities gets billions of taxpayer dollars for refugee resettlement and general immigration services, which puts it into the category of a smallish government agency. For example, in 2010, 62 percent of Catholic Charities’ budget was funded by the unwilling taxpayer. The feds and the Catholic bishops are partners.”

 George Soros funded organizations:

Every congress member is given an annual budget to cover staff salaries, travel to and from the home district, official mail to constituents and other office necessities. The budgets vary. The average budget for 2011 was $1.45 million.
USA Today 4/6/2012 8:36


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