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ICE's Secure Communities activated in Wash., Mont.
The Seattle Times ^
| April 4, 2012
| MANUEL VALDES
Posted on 04/05/2012 9:37:40 AM PDT by moonshinner_09
A federal program that uses fingerprint analysis to identify illegal immigrants in county jails has been activated in Washington state and Montana ahead of the 2013 nationwide rollout, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement said
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TOPICS: Crime/Corruption; Culture/Society; Government; News/Current Events
KEYWORDS: aliens; ice; illegals; immigration; securecommunities
How many times have you read or heard the following ? Secure Communities can discourage immigrants from reporting crimes and can lead to the deportation of people who haven't been convicted of anything. Secure Communities "is a program that in effect turns local law enforcement into immigration agents and furthers the dangerous notion that immigrants are criminals," he wrote.
Great, now they can find them in local jails and have them released ASAP.
Immigrant right groups say Secure Communities can discourage immigrants from reporting crimes . . .
Spare me. These illegals put race above anything else and clam up when one of their own is concerned. Just ask any police officer.
. . . and can lead to the deportation of people who haven't been convicted of anything.
Except sneak into this country illegally and use stolen/forged IDs to exist.
posted on 04/05/2012 9:57:01 AM PDT
(This is America. Assimilate or evaporate.)
The only problem is that as many times as they deport these people they keep coming back. The state of Washington helps these people by immediately issuing them new driver’s licenses that allow them to maneuver through society, and vote via mail.
posted on 04/05/2012 10:43:19 AM PDT
(sarcasm engaged at all times)
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