Skip to comments.Immigrant rights advocates claim federal agents violated rights
Posted on 02/23/2011 5:40:49 PM PST by moonshinner_09
JACKSON, MS (WLBT) - Immigration rights advocates claim federal ICE agents violated the human rights of immigrants during a recent raid in central Mississippi.
Dozens of broken families flooded the Mississippi Immigrants Rights Alliance headquarters Wednesday after the four day federal immigration raid. Many claimed their loved ones were cursed and physically abused before being arrested and possibly deported.
"They had their guns out and they was running around the apartments with guns out and one guy that jumped from the window trying to get away from them they had their gun to his head on the ground with knees in his back," said Glenda Arevalo.
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They had their guns out, oh the damn horror! !!!!
Was voter registration over yet?
17 to 71, were wanted for violent and sex related crimes and selling drugs. They say 11 of the fugitives ignored final orders of deportation from the courts.
When you are arresting people like the above it will never be pretty. The illegals are attaching human rights to everything. If I am arresting violent, sex related crimes and drug offenders, you better believe I will have my guns out and ready to use. After watching D.E.A. on tv these drug dealers are well armed and have attack dogs.They will pop a cap in you in a heartbeat. They are playing up to being victims, rather than the hardcore dangerous criminals they are.
>”They had their guns out and they was running around the apartments with guns out and one guy that jumped from the window trying to get away from them they had their gun to his head on the ground with knees in his back,” said Glenda Arevalo.<
Cry me a river you F(expletives reserved only for the ears of these illegals)
What do criminals expect? Food stamps, housing subsidies, and free medical care? Oh yeah, and not having to buy insurance or pay taxes.
And get a load of the immigrants rights alliance, whose logo is a clenched fist. Be sure to check out their “friends” on the right hand column of the page:
And then there is:
The work of MIRA is directed by Bill Chandler, Executive Director, with more than 40 years of experience in union and community organizing. Our organizers coordinate home meetings with immigrant community members, and organize public education forums and workshops in neighborhood gathering places and community centers.
“Here I was, driving drunk with a 12 year-old I was going to screw and they had the nerve to stop me for a fake license. What about my rights?”
they bring fists, we bring guns. simple.
I wonder if the 30,000 jailed illegals in CA need a hug, too?
She’ll see what drawn guns really look like when they go back to wonderful meheco the country they love. The cartels will use them like fodder.
If you think that is bad check out this :How one illegal immigrant gamed the criminal justice system
Manhunt! With that bold headline, the Sunday Advance reported Staten Island District Attorney Daniel Donovans determination to capture this countys Top 10 fugitives.
The Advance is assisting Donovans initiative by displaying these individuals faces on the newspapers CRIME SCENE Web page, silive.com/crime.
Two especially galling aspects underlie this story. First is the indefensible decision by a Criminal Court judge that allowed Linares Hugo Lopez, an illegal immigrant from Mexico who is number one on the list, to walk away from accusations that he horribly abused his 18-month-old son.
Second is the ease with which far too many illegal immigrants avoid answering for even the most violent crimes committed by them.
When examined by medical personnel, 18-month-old Lester Martinez exhibited third-degree burns over 40 percent of his body, and what appeared to be choke marks on his neck and cigarette burns on his shoulder.
After doctors found the explanation given by his father to be inconsistent with these catastrophic injuries, they notified police.
According to officers from the 120th Precinct, after his arrest on May 31, 2005, Lopez tried to deceive them as to his identity.
When his true name was finally ascertained, Lopez was arraigned in Criminal Court in Stapleton on June 2 on charges that included first-degree assault, a Class B felony.
Veteran Criminal Court Judge Alan Meyer fixed bail in the amount of $500,000. Thus detained, Lopez indicated that he wanted to testify before the grand jury.
Since the grand jury was already hearing evidence in the case, the district attorneys office immediately transported him to St. George so that he could testify as requested.
Bear in mind that Lopez, an employee for six years at a Mariners Harbor supermarket, had spoken English during extensive interviews with police. Furthermore, he signed a comprehensive statement written in English
Nevertheless, when he and his attorney arrived in St. George, they demanded a Spanish interpreter. It appears to have been a move calculated to delay the proceeding, a position that Donovan understandably maintains to this day.
Since it was now after 5 p.m., the interpreter had already left, and diligent efforts by Donovans office to obtain another one were unsuccessful. Moreover, the grand jury was not scheduled to reconvene until June 7.
When the case appeared in the Criminal Court on June 6, Lopez, arguing that he had not been indicted within 144 hours of his arrest as required by law, demanded to be released on his own recognizance.
However, the applicable statute contains an exception for circumstances where the district attorney demonstrates good cause why such order of release should not be issued.
Ive reviewed the official stenographic transcript of that June 6 proceeding. The presiding judge was now Ferne Goldstein, a lightweight Civil Court judge who had been assigned to the Criminal Court.
Citing Lopezs demonstrated facility with the English language and the confusion precipitated by his unforeseeable demand for an interpreter, Assistant District Attorney Santosh Madahar clearly presented good cause for denying his bid for immediate release.
Goldstein initially agreed, even stating that Madahar need not argue any further.
Then, however, in an inexplicable about-face, Goldstein declared, in any event, he does have to be released.
Thus, to the consternation of outraged prosecutors, Lopez, the illegal immigrant facing a potential 25-year jail term, walked out of the courtroom on his own recognizance. Although insisting that he would appear before the grand jury the following day, he hasnt been seen since.
Donovan now faces the daunting task of having to deal with the consequences of Goldsteins outrageous refusal to detain Lopez for just one more day. This, while spineless politicians watch and illegal immigrants and their organized advocates become more brazen by the day.
That is quite a cast of friends on that site
The words you want are: Chinga su madre. As you take gramps to jail for molestation of a 12 year old.
“and one guy that jumped from the window trying to get away from them they had their gun to his head on the ground with knees in his back,” said Glenda Arevalo.”
There’s much of the problem. You don’t run from law enforcement! These folks just don’t get it...the RULE of law...and NEVER will!
SAY NO TO AMNESTY!
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