Kiss my irrelevant a.........
Is there any reason to think that these murders might have been part of a scheme to frighten blacks out of the neighborhood and allow the perpetrators or whoever they worked for to move in and turn the neighborhood into an illegal immigrant barrio?
"Show me just what Mohammed brought that was new, and there you will find things only evil and inhuman, such as his command to spread by the sword the faith he preached." - Manuel II Palelologus
What’s relevant is that this vermin could have been removed from the country years ago if not for the hellish combination of PC Hispanic racism and RINO/corporate greed that drive our immigration non-policy.
I suspect that at least some black Americans (people whose ancestors have been in this country since colonial times, don’t forget) have already started to take matters into their own hands, with PC racist libs in the media and government dismissing the result as “gang-related” violence.
That’s my home state in action. And Corzine gave another term to the great liberal judge who just couldn’t make it easy enough for this vile creature to go out and have himself another party.
No accountability will be done. It’s New Jersey.
Everyone should be concerned with tourists who commit crimes.
As far as the "tourists" who go to Newark NJ are concerned, GAD!
People that stupid should be turned back at the airport.
Why do people like this get elected? ugh.
Bravo on you Jorge and Co.
Booker was elected. Representative government in action. However, in a just world Booker and McCarthy would be brought up on charges themselves.
Irrelevant? Why don’t these idiots get it? Sure some people are just plain evil, but if you aren’t a citizen here you don’t follow the rules and laws that allows you to live among us. You probably don’t even know what they are.
Actually, it is very relevant. Because he is a Mexican national, when the time comes for him to go on his hot date with Ms. Sparky, the Mexican government will scream and holler and make as much noise as possible to try to get this guy off the hook, using whatever international pressure it can bring to bear from the anti-DP idiots out there in the “world community”.
In the same way we shut down terms like "undocumented immigrant", we should shut down the term "immigration status". "Status" sounds like some paperwork wasn't done. Maybe the term "immigration crime" would be more appropriate.
Maybe the chief would like to tell that to the
dead, but the living know better.
What’s relevant to me is that the murders wouldn’t have occurred if illegals weren’t here.
Seems to me that if he wasn’t here the murders wouldn’t have happened. That makes it relevant.
I’m sure those kids felt it was relevant as well.
(NOTE Some Panel members are already on the government payroll. Others will probably collect government funds for meeting expenses, etc.)
NEWS RELEASE The New Jersey Advisory Panel will consist of 27 members. The Governor will appoint 18 public members from various arenas. There will be two legislatives members, one each from the African-American and Latino legislative caucuses. There will be seven Commissioners or their designees who will serve as ex-officio members. The lawmaker members are Sen. Ron Rice and Assm. Joe Vas. The chairman will be the public advocate, Ronald Chen.
EXECUTIVE ORDER: 'The Attorney General, the Commissioners of Children and Families, Education, Health and Senior Services, Human Service , and Labor and Workforce Development, and the Public Advocate or their designees shall serve as ex-officio members of the Advisory Panel.'
The public members -- who according to the executive order 'shall be broadly representative of the following subjects and constituencies: civil rights, commerce, community-based organizations, education, faith-based organizations, immigration advocacy, labor, and service providers' are:
Janice Fine, Ph.D (Roosevelt, Monmouth County)
Mayor Michael J. Wildes, Esq. (Englewood, Bergen County)
Elsie Foster-Dublin (Highland Park, Middlesex County)
Albert L. Gutierrez, CHE, MBA, R.T. (Egg Harbor Township, Atlantic County)
Joseph S. Colalillo (Stockton, Hunterdon County)
Charles Goldstein, Esq. (Edison, Middlesex County)
Martin Perez, Esq. (New Brunswick, Middlesex County)
Samer E. Khalaf (Paramus, Bergen County)
Monsignor William Reilly (Garfield, Bergen County)
Nina M. Stack (Lambertville, Hunterdon County)
Gulshan Chhabra (Watchung, Somerset County)
Undersheriff Ralph Rivera, Jr. (Ridgefield Park, Bergen County)
David McCann (Montclair, Essex County)
Christian Estevez (Plainfield, Union County)
Nelson Carrasquillo (Clayton, Gloucester County)
Elsa Candelario, L.C.S.W., M.S.W. (Mount Laurel, Burlington County)
Mayor Shing-Fu Hsueh, Ph.D., P.E., P.P. (West Windsor, Mercer County)
Juan Cartagena, Esq. (Jersey City, Hudson County)
Newark Police Director McCarthy says there are no guarantees that the feds would have picked Carranzo up if they were notified when he was arrested twice prior to this incident.
Is the notification process so difficult it wasn’t worth the time to even try?
It’s no different that the “broken window” syndrome. If a person breaks the law to get in this country, then they are apt to break others.
Don’t suppose this guy ever heard the phrase “breaking and entering”?
Or has jersey deteriorated to the point that burglary is no longer prosecuted.