The hashtags #SteinleVerdict and #KateSteinle are trending not only in San Francisco but all over the world.
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One tweet from a woman named Jessica seems to sum it up. She tweeted, "The #SteinleVerdict is sure to stir emotional, even angry debate about the trial, undocumented immigrants and sanctuary cities."
Here are some of the other reactions:
Such an insane recent news cycle, and now this?? Outrageous “not guilty” verdict in murder case of Kate Steinle. The illegal alien who shot her was just given more rights, grace and favor than the devastated Steinle family. San Francisco is NOT a safe place. - SP— Sarah Palin (@SarahPalinUSA) December 1, 2017
Today the justice system let you down, and left us filled with anger knowing there's nothing we can do. But you will never be forgotten. May you rest in peace. He deserved to be put away for life.— 🇺🇸Jojoh888🇺🇸🌹 (@jojoh888) December 1, 2017
Not even manslaughter...#KateSteinle pic.twitter.com/tAzS02lNHV
Jury convinced that illegal alien killed Kate Steinle accidentally. She would still be alive if we had a wall.— Ann Coulter (@AnnCoulter) December 1, 2017
Dear family of #KateSteinle, May you find comfort knowing so many American hearts and families are weeping with you tonight. You are not alone ❤️— Trish Place (@fishurmo) December 1, 2017
Broke: Worried that a 3rd world immigrant is going to murder me or someone in my family— Vile Snot McFeels (@JMcfeels) December 1, 2017
Woke: Worried that a jury of 3rd world immigrants will let them get away with it#KateSteinle
Having served on at least a dozen juries, i know for a fact that everyone takes the job extremely seriously.— Anastasia Lee (@anastasialie83) December 1, 2017
Pretty disgusting to see conservatives exploit #KateSteinle’s death to attack all undocumented individuals. She is dead because of gun-violence, that’s the truth they don’t want heard.— Kaivan Shroff (@KaivanShroff) December 1, 2017
TIMELINE: How the Kate Steinle case unfolded
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