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San Francisco's new illegal immigration sanctuary policy could lead to arrests...of city officials
Examiner.com/San Francisco ^ | 12/4/2009 | Arthur Bruzzone

Posted on 12/04/2009 8:45:59 AM PST by PrairieFireConservative

“It probably will come as no surprise to you that I have no authority...to grant amnesty from federal prosecution to anyone who follows the referenced ordinance.”

The referenced ordinance, enacted on November 10, 2009 by a majority of the Board of Supervisors, requires San Francisco law enforcement officers to report information regarding the immigration status of a juvenile arrested for certain felonies only after judicial proceedings have been completed.

Like the would-be bank robber above, City Attorney Dennis Herrera asked in a letter to Russoniello the same day the ordinance was enacted, for assurance "that if the City proceeds to implement this Amendment...City law enforcement officers and employees will not be prosecuted for violating federal criminal laws.”

(Excerpt) Read more at examiner.com ...


TOPICS: Crime/Corruption; Extended News; Government; Politics/Elections
KEYWORDS: illegalimmigration; sanctuarypolicies
Finally, San Francisco faces the consequences of defying Federal Law..
1 posted on 12/04/2009 8:46:00 AM PST by PrairieFireConservative
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To: PrairieFireConservative

Who’s going to enforce the law? San Franfreeco is about as corrupt as they come.


2 posted on 12/04/2009 8:48:25 AM PST by RC2
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