HOWIE CARR: Latest violence by illegal immigrant on judges’ hands.

Sreynuon Lunn . . . [is] under arrest for the beating of an elderly woman in a wheelchair while robbing her of $2,000 cash, because, he told cops, he was a junkie who needed money for a drug fix. . . .

Surely you remember this career criminal from Cambodia. The Supreme Judicial Court ruled three months ago that law enforcement had no right to arrest or detain Lunn or anyone else “at the request of Federal immigration authorities, pursuant to a civil immigration order.”

Lunn had already been cut loose because of a different insane U.S. Supreme Court decision shielding violent illegal immigrants from deportation. But the SJC ruling re: Lunn, moot as it was, was hailed as basically making Massachusetts a “sanctuary state” for foreign criminals.

Attorney General Maura Healey hailed the SJC for its “smart” decision. A call to her office Monday asking her if she still considers the Lunn decision “smart” was not returned.

Of course, this is not the first time a foreign criminal has been treated with kid gloves in Boston and cut loose by the local judiciary, with bloody results.

Last May, it was an African immigrant named Bampumim Teixeira, who had two violent bank robberies in downtown Boston broomed into a nine-month wrist slap so that he wouldn’t be deported. As soon as he got out of prison, prosecutors say, the fiend slit the throats of two anesthesiologists (both legal immigrants) in South Boston.

Thanks for agreeing to that plea-bargain, District Attorney Dan Conley. Like Healey, Conley is a Democrat.