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To: KentTrappedInLiberalSeattle
The administration says its lawsuit is all about the law; Arizona, it says, is trying to enforce immigration statutes - which is the federal government's job alone.

If it's all about the law, why aren't they going after "sanctuary cities", who refuse to cooperate with ICE as they are required to under Federal law?

15 posted on 07/09/2010 1:53:10 AM PDT by Hugin (Remember the first rule of gunfighting...have a gun..-- Col. Jeff Cooper)
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Americans are being betrayed by a goverment that refuses to protect them. Ask your Congressman why illegals have the US government and the Mexican government using the power of state to protect their safety and security ........while Americans are left unprotected.


<> Evidence shows illegals establish several identities with phony SS nos and fake documents (which "poor immigrants" buy from document brokers for thousands of dollars).
<> SS nos for anchor babies are used to establish fake identities. These identities vote and vote and vote.
<> The Washington rapist had 30 identities.
<> One illegal collected over $3 million in fraudulent unemployment benefits using fake identities.


The Obama admin continues to tolerate this national-security nightmare of illegals using multiple identities for fear of offending the Mexican government, the National Council of La Raza, and other immigrant advocates....all of whom are providing Democrat voters to endangered Dems. This outrage of criminals adopt multiple fraudulent identitiesis burdening taxpayers and polluting our election system.


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2 Texans accused of planning to sell counterfeit IDs

NORTH BERGEN -- (AP) 07/21/06---The Pelcastre brothers were a walking threat to national security -- expert document forgers who, for a few thousand dollars, could give anyone a new identity, authorities said Thursday. When police stumbled across the pair, the men had turned a Tonnelle Avenue hotel room into a business office and were readying a massive cache of fake Social Security cards for delivery to a local identity broker, authorities said.

The brothers, Angel, 31, and Jorge, 34, both of Dallas, were a "one-stop shop" for a myriad of government documents, including birth certificates, Social Security cards, driver's licenses for any state in the country , including passports and resident alien cards, said state police Capt. Al Della Fave. "Can you imagine if a terrorist were able to get their hands on this stuff?" Della Fave said. "They'd have free passage throughout the country."

A task force including state troopers and officers from both the Bergen and Hudson county prosecutors' offices happened upon two cars bearing Texas plates in the parking lot of the hotel Wednesday morning. Authorities wouldn't identify the hotel by name for fear it could hinder cooperation from other hotels in future investigations or spark retribution.

The Corporate Outreach Task Force, formerly the Hotel Motel Drug Interdiction Task Force, regularly runs checks on motor vehicles in area motels. Members of the task force began watching the cars, a Chevrolet Impala and a Pontiac Firebird, and followed the brothers to an office supply store in a nearby shopping center, where the men purchased computer supplies, said state police Sgt. Stephen Jones.

Officers then followed the brothers to a self-storage facility in Secaucus, where they loaded several boxes from a storage unit into one of the cars, Jones said. One of the men stood lookout, which heightened police suspicion, he said. Authorities approached the men when they returned to the hotel and questioned them separately, Jones said. The brothers consented to a search of their cars, hotel room and the storage facility, he said.

Police recovered laminating sheets with built-in security features, pages of blank documents waiting for fake names and information, finished documents, computers and software to create the fake IDs, Jones said.

All told, the haul was worth about $500,000 on the street, Della Fave said. Police also recovered $6,000 in cash, which was the first payment from a fake document broker for a shipment of 500 Social Security cards, Della Fave said.

"They were aggressively selling to brokers," he said. "This isn't like selling driver's licenses to individuals. These were multiple layers of high-level documents."

The brothers were being held without bail Thursday at the Hudson County Jail on charges of possessing fraudulent documents and conspiracy to sell fraudulent documents. Federal charges are also pending against them, said state police Detective Sgt. Cesar Huaman, a member of the task force.

16 posted on 07/09/2010 2:24:55 AM PDT by Liz
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To: Hugin

“It’s our job to enforce the law. Arizona, you can’t enforce it because it is our job. The fact that we openly refuse to enforce it does not mean you can do it for us.”

Kind of like when you were a kid. “Mommy, Tommy won’t let me ride his bike. He never uses it so why can’t I ride it??”

Good question, kid.

21 posted on 07/09/2010 3:10:44 AM PDT by Right Wing Assault (The Obama magic is <strike>fading</strike>gone.)
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