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    Re: Top Official Says Feds May Not Process Illegals Referred From Arizona

    The AZ law was made without really consulting the Federal government, who the illegals would be referred to. It was a pretty reactionary law for that reason.

    What if AZ refers illegals to the Fed and the Fed says that some of them can stay? Is AZ going to threaten to leave the union?

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    Re: Top Official Says Feds May Not Process Illegals Referred From Arizona

    what if dhs announces it will not process illegals referred to them by one of our 50 states?

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    Re: Top Official Says Feds May Not Process Illegals Referred From Arizona

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    Well so they may decide not to enforce federal law against illegal aliens. This is great, and supports the conclusion that the Feds won't do anything.....as usual.
    The federal government refusing to do its job. I can't say that I am surprised.
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    Re: Top Official Says Feds May Not Process Illegals Referred From Arizona

    What is a Green Card?

    Unlike United States citizens who are not required to carry identification to prove their citizenship, permanent residents must carry their Green Card with them at all times.

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    Re: Top Official Says Feds May Not Process Illegals Referred From Arizona

    I fully support AZ and the route they have chosen. Its such a shame that our federal government may choose to ignore its job even further.

    And with all these racial profiling complaints that I hear mentioned (btw I see no issue), wouldnt it be easier to change the law to screen everyone that had broken a law?

    I mean I already carry ID with me at all times. How much of a burden would it be to carry one more form of ID showing my legal status? Then all these people crying racism would be SOL on the racism charge.

    I would much rather carry 1 more piece of ID around with me if it could mean we remove illegals from our country.

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    Re: Top Official Says Feds May Not Process Illegals Referred From Arizona

    Quote Originally Posted by Kandahar View Post
    Because "nation invaders" are not threatening you or anyone else.
    EDMONDS, Wash. The KING 5 Investigators have learned that an illegal immigrant accused of raping a woman in Edmonds Sunday has been deported nine times. That's much more than previously reported.

    Immigrations and Customs Enforcement won't comment on the case of Jose Lopez Madrigal. But KING 5 got the information through confidential sources and documents.

    Larry Klein was the man who heard the alleged victim's cries for help. Police the suspect pulled the woman off the street to a dumpster and raped her.

    "I could see the back of his head. I could see his pants were down. I could see her lying on the ground. I could hear her crying, but I couldn't really see her face," said Klein.

    Klein called police, who quickly arrested the suspect. But learning his identity took much longer because of some 30 aliases. It was only through fingerprints that they identified him as Madrigal, a Mexican citizen.

    Madrigal's arrest and immigration record includes a staggering number of contacts with law enforcement since 1989. That's the year he was convicted of theft using a firearm in California.

    He was deported a couple of times after that. Then in 1999, he was arrested for drug sales in both San Diego and San Francisco. Records show that he was deported three times that year between April and August.

    He was arrested for drugs again in Stockton, Calif. in 2000. In 2002, he pleaded to third degree sexual assault in Denver. Later that year, he was deported again. And in 2003, records show he was deported three more times.

    People who live near the scene of Sunday's alleged rape wonder how it could keep happening.

    "Makes you wonder, what are we doing wrong? How is he getting back in here?" said Kirby Aumick.

    "Its troubling. I mean, if this man should not have been in this country, he should have been behind bars then, really, this is a senseless tragedy," said Klein.
    Investigators: Edmonds rape suspect deported nine times | KING5.com | Seattle Area Local News
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    Re: Top Official Says Feds May Not Process Illegals Referred From Arizona

    Quote Originally Posted by Kandahar View Post
    On what other basis would you suspect someone was an illegal immigrant?
    It depends on the facts and circumstances surrounding the lawful contact that the officer made with the subject.

    What you and others are failing to realize is that this isnt something police go about enforcing like speeding. Its not an 'on sight' enforceable law. Its a law that must be enforced through investigation. You receive a call to a residence in reference to a domestic disturbance. You ask the male in the partnership if you can see his ID. He doesnt speak english, doesnt have any ID to include social security card, drivers license, etc. At this point, you may suspect that this individual is in the country illegally. You attempt to obtain his name and information as best you can, more importantly his address. If he has committed a crime of domestic violence, you make an arrest for that crime and take him in for fingerprinting. Once that is done you make a check with Federal Immigration enforcement folks and find out he is not here legally. You can then have him charged with the new law.

    What your ilk is failing to realize is that looking at a hispanic person and saying, "He ain't here legally, lets gettem" isnt what this law is about.

    Unless of course, you know that, and are being intentionally obtuse to the matter.
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    Re: Top Official Says Feds May Not Process Illegals Referred From Arizona

    I would love to see sheriff Joe Arpaio run for president. I would vote for him.

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    Re: Top Official Says Feds May Not Process Illegals Referred From Arizona

    Obama and his administration have broken their oath of office and so should no longer be in that job.

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