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  • #91
    Great job Mayor Bill de Blasio!!

    https://www.breitbart.com/big-govern...r-for-an-hour/

    A previously deported illegal alien has been arrested and charged with brutally raping a woman in Long Island, New York for an hour, according to police.

    Ever Martinez-Reyes, a 24-year-old illegal alien from El Salvador, allegedly followed a 36-year-old mother of two to her home, knocked her unconscious, then repeatedly raped her for an hour, investigators say, according to Newsday.

    The alleged assault and rape occurred in the sanctuary city of Nassau County, which refuses to turn criminal illegal aliens over to the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency for deportation.

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    • #92
      From the little I read is more about not using local taxes money to enforce federal laws, not about ignoring federal laws.

      No local authority will stop emigration officers from doing their jobs (I assume). But they will not ask their local police force to start hunting illegal immigrants.

      Considering the multi-scale system of laws, law enforcement and taxes in the US, is this really news? I would not expect local law enforcement to bother with illegal immigrants to begin with (which is why so many fell through the cracks in the first place as the reach of federal workers is limited).

      Am I wrong in thinking all this?

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      • #93
        Illegal immigrant released by 'sanctuary' charged with triple murder: ICE

        Feds say three people would be alive today but for sanctuary policy

        https://www.washingtontimes.com/news...ged-3-murders/

        An illegal immigrant released by a “sanctuary city” county in New Jersey was charged this week with a triple homicide halfway across the country in Missouri, authorities said Friday.

        Luis Rodrigo Perez stands accused of being the gunman in a shooting spree last week that claimed the lives of two men and one woman, at two different homes.

        U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement said it tried to deport Perez after he was arrested on domestic violence charges in Middlesex County, New Jersey, last year. But the county, which has a non-cooperation policy with ICE, refused to alert the feds when it released Perez in February of this year, ICE said.

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        • #94
          No. 10 chars

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          • #95
            These DA#N judges would not know what is Constitutional, if it bite them in the A$$. What useless people in robes!

            https://www.washingtontimes.com/news...ctuary-cities/

            A federal judge in New York has ruled the Trump sanctuary city crackdown illegal Friday — but even went further and also ruled the law Congress passed requiring information-sharing is unconstitutional.

            Judge Edgardo Ramos‘ decision frees sanctuary jurisdictions in New York, Connecticut, New Jersey, Rhode Island, Washington, Massachusetts and Virginia to continue their policies without fear of losing federal money.

            H'17-you cannot carry a firearm in NYC, NY (which is guaranteed by the 2nd Amendment to the U.S. Constitution) but be d*&ned if the Federal Government seeks to remove your illegal, NON-Citizen A$$ from the country, there will be some worthless scoundrel, sitting in a court who will defy the Law of the Land and do what they want to do. Constitution be D%#Ned!

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            • #96
              Actually, nothing changes because some jerks want to codify their love of illegal immigrants. What so-called "Hate Crimes" are all about is to soften the mass public attitudes toward people who come here illegally. And it has worked. No jurisdiction in the US has ever been "Forced" to cooperate with ICE or any Federal Agency. that said, the same thing could have been accomplished if the cities had instead passed laws demanding their Law Enforcement Agencies assisted Federal Immigration Agencies while so-called "Sanctuary Cities" just did nothing in that regard.

              I know that sounds odd- But, that is how the laws have always worked. Codifying something the liberals call "resistance" is absurd because it is merely redundant. As for Feds claiming some sort of hindrance to their enforcement efforts, that may be rephrased to say, "City -X Officials do not assist us." So what? The Feds can just step up their game. They have that authority.

              However- This is where it all goes bad- When cities have their officers actually interfere in Federal efforts- That is a crime and it should be immediately prosecuted by the U.S> Attorney. That it is not- that is where the real issue is.

              There was a case recently where local jailers actually helped an inmate escape being taken into custody by Federal authorities. The Jailers were alerted that ICE Agents had shown up to pick up an illegal scheduled to be released that day- and so they snuck the guy out the back entrance to help him avoid Federal apprehension. That was never prosecuted, even though there was ample evidence.

              In many other incidences, Jailers release inmates wanted by ICE early or at random times, late at night and so forth- That is aiding and abetting a crime. Also, Liberal Judges have been reluctant to impose sentences on Illegals that commit crimes because they know it leads to an easy ICE pickup. And some of the crimes these illegals are walking on are pretty serious. The community pays the price as do legal American citizens who do not receive that kind of consideration in their own cases.

              So, really, aside from the liberal mindset, so-called "Sanctuary" laws are pretty much just a kind of advertisement. Liberals in charge of cities and counties are going to do social damage no matter what anyway.

              If the Federal government wanted to slow these Sanctuary Cities down, they should do what Obama did with his Muslim immigrations- set warrants for the immigrants to go to specific jurisdictions flooding the voter polls and converting thousands of smaller communities into straining to support them....schools flooded with non-English speaking third world people many in desperate need of mental counseling (coming from war zones - etc).

              Send the illegal border crashers into the Sanctuary jurisdictions by the tens of thousands- they say they love them, let them support them and deal with them in mass quantities. I know that is not a solution. It would just set up barrios and enclaves that would bring in even more crime. But, basically, in the overall of things- "Sanctuary City" designations are just so much posturing by liberals seeking more voters to support their crazy asses. Feds need to double down on enforcement in those jurisdictions.

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              • #97
                Thanks to the Demokrat party...yes, they are all poor people looking for a better life. Criminal life, that is!!

                Of course, why would Feinstein, Pelosi or Jerry Brown care, it does involve them or their families!

                https://www.foxnews.com/us/californi...orted-criminal

                A California sheriff whose officers were led on a wild chase earlier this week by a twice-deported illegal immigrant killer says cops are “very frustrated” with sanctuary state laws preventing them from working with Immigrations and Customs Enforcement agents.

                The comments from Tulare County Sheriff Mike Boudreaux come following the death of Gustavo Garcia, a 36-year-old who police say embarked on a 'reign of terror' robbing a convenience store, shooting and killing a person and firing at buildings before crashing a truck that he had stolen. The day-long crime spree that began Sunday in the Fresno area also left five injured, including one critical, and Lindsay Police suspect Garcia was involved in an additional murder there.

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                • #98
                  https://www.foxnews.com/politics/ant...has-no-regrets

                  Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf -- who once warned Northern California residents about an impending ICE raid -- said she has “no regrets” for her actions and said the federal immigration agency “has gone astray.”

                  I have no regrets, none. The more time goes by, the more certain I feel that I did the right thing in standing up for our community and pointing out our values are not aligned with our laws,” Schaff told BuzzFeed in an interview. “That’s hopefully the message that is sent out.”

                  H-'17 can some explain to me, what in the hell this woman is taking about? The right thing do, based on what!? What "community" does she represent, her US constituents or other nations citizens!?

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                  • #99
                    https://www.foxnews.com/politics/los...sanctuary-city

                    Los Angeles officially declared itself a “sanctuary city” Friday against the backdrop of the Trump administration’s tough policies aimed at illegal immigrants.

                    We declare, for all those who have been under attack in this Trump era, that this city, in this day, in this time, will be a city of sanctuary," City Councilman Gilbert Cedillo said. "It will be a place where people will know that they will be judged by the content of their character and not by the color of their skin, and not by who they choose to love, and not by when they got here. They will be judged by their contributions to our city."

                    Oh brother!
                    Well, when you wake up in 15-20 years in LA & you can't tell the difference between L.A, San Salvador or Los Cabos... Here is one reason why!

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                    • Originally posted by haze17 View Post
                      https://www.foxnews.com/politics/los...sanctuary-city

                      Los Angeles officially declared itself a “sanctuary city” Friday against the backdrop of the Trump administration’s tough policies aimed at illegal immigrants.

                      We declare, for all those who have been under attack in this Trump era, that this city, in this day, in this time, will be a city of sanctuary," City Councilman Gilbert Cedillo said. "It will be a place where people will know that they will be judged by the content of their character and not by the color of their skin, and not by who they choose to love, and not by when they got here. They will be judged by their contributions to our city."

                      Oh brother!
                      Well, when you wake up in 15-20 years in LA & you can't tell the difference between L.A, San Salvador or Los Cabos... Here is one reason why!
                      Don't they have a homeless and Typhus epidemic?

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                      • Originally posted by HisRoyalHighness View Post

                        Don't they have a homeless and Typhus epidemic?
                        You are correct sir!

                        Nah, commoners have to deal with those issues, the uppity ups don't have to interact with them. Nor live with the consequences of their decisions.

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                        • Narco Reporter
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                          It only takes one successful smuggling operation to bypass border patrol, & in order to sustain a distribution network long-term, the cartels need a permanent network that can operate confidently within our country without detection. Lets call it the sanctuary city network

                          https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DzqGtOJWwAE9bL1.jpg:large


                          Sanctuary cities are sanctuary for drug cartels
                          https://www.conservativereview.com/n...-drug-cartels/
                          In April, the Minneapolis Star Tribune wrote a story on “how Mexican drug cartels turned Minneapolis into a meth hub.” They report, as we observed a few months ago, that distribution of meth, which is not an opioid, is surging to all-time highs in this country. According to the Star Tribune, “the Mexican drug cartels that control it have hand-picked Minnesota as the regional hub for their entire Upper Midwest meth trade.” Deaths have soared from 18 in 2006 to 140 in 2016. The piece describes how illegal aliens drive the meth up I-35 from Mexico to other dealers in the city. In the case covered by the story, it was the feds who caught the individual mule on the highway, not the local officials within the city limits.

                          Why would that be?

                          What the story’s writers fail to say is that the city of Minneapolis passed an ordinance in 2003 prohibiting its officers from inquiring about immigration status. In recent months, suburbs such as St. Cloud and St. Joseph declared themselves “welcoming cities.” Minneapolis has an entire “Sanctuary City Task Force” to help push back against federal immigration authorities. More broadly, Hennepin County, the jurisdiction which encompasses the Twin Cities and holds one-fifth of Minnesota’s population, was listed by ICE’s Declined Detainer Outcome Report as a city that declines to honor ICE detainers.


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