More information on the case of Immigrant Mass Murder Syndrome out of San Francisco. Suspect Binh Thai Luc has a previous conviction for robbery from the 90s, the reign of Billyjeff, who accepted millions in primarily Asian dirty money for his campaigns.
SFGate March 26, 2012 by Intrepid Crime Reporter Henry K. Lee
(03-26) 12:41 PDT SAN FRANCISCO -- The suspect in last week's slayings of five people near City College of San Francisco was sentenced in the mid-1990s to 11 years in prison for robbing a Chinese restaurant in Santa Clara County, according to court records.
Binh Thai Luc, 35, of San Francisco, was arrested Sunday in the unusually violent killings of five people at a home in the southern part of the city. He is being held on suspicion of five counts of homicide and one count of use of a deadly weapon.
Luc is also being investigated for possible immigration violations, according to Virginia Kice, spokeswoman for the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency.
She said her office has placed a hold on Luc, meaning if he is released he must be handed over to ICE authorities.
"We believe the subject is potentially deportable," Kice said. She did not elaborate.
Court records show that Luc and another man terrorized employees at gunpoint and stole cash in the Chinese restaurant robbery in the 1990s. Luc's co-defendant was convicted under the state's "three strikes and you're out" law and is still in prison.