Skip to comments.Young immigrants arrested in Charlotte at sit-in to protest immigration laws
Posted on 09/06/2011 4:14:11 PM PDT by moonshinner_09
CHARLOTTE About 15 young people, including at least seven who are not authorized to be in the U.S., were arrested on misdemeanor charges of disorderly conduct and impeding traffic during a sit-in rally Tuesday to protest immigration laws.
Among those arrested was Martin Rodriguez of Hamptonville who is a member of a Yadkinville immigrant advocacy group called El Cambio.
The rally was held just after a preview kickoff rally held separately by the Democratic National Convention in advance of the 2012 presidential nominating convention that will be held in Charlotte.
Rally organizer Domenic Powell, a founding member of the advocacy group N.C. Dream Team, said, "This is what we have to do because these are young people whose lives are in limbo. If Democrats think we're going to go with them, they need to remember they're dealing with idealistic young people with nothing to lose."
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Deport them now.
Under Obama’s new policy of “prosecutorial discretion” the quickest way to get legal status and a work permit is to get arrested and turned over to ICE. They will dismiss the case and give the person legalization and a work permit, i.e., amnesty.
“This is what we have to do because these are young people whose lives are in limbo. If Democrats think we’re going to go with them, they need to remember they’re dealing with idealistic young people with nothing to lose.”
so they wouldn’t mind getting sent down to Nicaragua to stay?
We know they are criminals because they have invaded our country and are agitating for more invaders to be allowed in. Very good. Send them packing...NOW. Oops I meant after they have served a 5 year hard labor prison term.
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