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As San Francisco shooting suspect apologizes, factions square off over city's immigration policy

SAN JOSE, Calif. As Mexican national and five-time deportee Francisco Sanchez somberly stammered an apology to the family of the woman he admitted shooting to death as she walked along a scenic San Francisco pier, factions on Monday squared off on the city's policy of noncooperation with federal immigration officials. "There's been a lot of outcry on both sides of this issue," said U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement spokeswoman Virginia Kice. "The only thing everyone agrees on is that this was tragic." The famously liberal San Francisco Bay Area has its share of "sanctuary cities" with Oakland and Berkeley in line with San Francisco that...