Skip to comments.Judge dismisses Tucson officer's challenge to new Ariz. immigration law
Posted on 08/31/2010 8:10:24 PM PDT by Nachum
A federal judge dismissed a lawsuit Tuesday by a Tucson police officer who challenged Arizona's new immigration law. U.S. District Judge Susan Bolton says the lawsuit by Officer Martin Escobar alleged an injury that was based on speculation. Escobar alleged he would be subject to civil liability for violating the rights of others in enforcing the law. Gov. Jan Brewer's lawyers asked for the dismissal.
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Un the honorable thing to do would be for this clown to resign and get a job in social work.
This guy is a real whiner. It’s hard to believe that he is actually some kind of law enforcement officer. I hope he never pulls me over and asks to see my license. I’ll call him a Nazi pig in a heartbeat since he said on the boob tube that asking an illegal for their papers would make him a Nazi. What goes around...
With legal would-be immigrants waiting in an almost endless line, and with everyone - but everyone - screaminng about illegal immigration, everyone’s p*ssing and moaning about the only state in the nation to do something about it.
Uh... wasn’t her first ruling based on injury based on speculation? Only the other way round?
This whole thing is so asinine! The “Immigration Law” is nothing more than a restatement of the existing federal law and the policies of more than half the states, yet idiots still jump on Arizona for doing something wrong.