What should happen to illegals who commit crimes other than illegal immigration?
Punished just like any other criminal who commits a crime and then deported (assuming the criminal does not have a life sentence or death penalty)
Punished just like any other criminal who commits a crime and not deported once released. (assuming the criminal does not have a life sentence or death penalty)
deported without any punishment depending on crime.
Deported regardless of crime.
I believe they should be punished first before being deported back to their country(unless of course their sentence is life in prison or the death penalty and which case they are never going back home.Why should one criminal be sentenced to prison or the death penalty while the another criminal in the same area who commits the same crime just get a free ticket home?
Illegal teen's arrest stirs sanctuary law fight
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors' new sanctuary law - intended to block the city from alerting the feds to young illegal immigrant criminal suspects who haven't been convicted - has come into focus again with the arrest of an undocumented 15-year-old in a double slaying at a Mission District pizzeria.
The youth - a native of Mexico who attends John O'Connell High School - is one of three suspects in the Sept. 20 killings at Papa Potrero's Pizza on 24th Street. Police say the boy helped hold the victims down while they were shot in an apparent act of revenge for an earlier gang slaying.
He's been charged as a juvenile with murder, and now the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency has slapped a hold on him - meaning someone with the city let the feds know about him.
Under the revised sanctuary ordinance passed by the supervisors in November, however, the boy shouldn't have been handed to ICE unless he had been convicted - which he hasn't been.
Mayor Gavin Newsom is refusing to enforce the change and has ordered that ICE be notified whenever illegal immigrant juvenile suspects are arrested. That means they could be deported without a conviction
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