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Police: Enforcement of SB 1070 could spur a flurry of lawsuits
Arizona Daily Star ^
| Jacques Billeaud The Associated Press
Posted on 06/18/2012 11:39:00 AM PDT by SandRat
Tucson Police Chief Roberto Villaseñor, Former Arizona Attorney General Terry Goddard,and Pima County Sheriff Dupnick are affraid of problems if SCOTUS upholds SB 1070.
(Excerpt) Read more at azstarnet.com ...
TOPICS: Constitution/Conservatism; Government; US: Arizona
KEYWORDS: aliens; democrats; police; sb1070; tucson
posted on 06/18/2012 11:39:07 AM PDT
Gee, I wonder where Roberto’s allegiances lie.
posted on 06/18/2012 11:41:26 AM PDT
(St. Joseph, patron of fathers, pray for us!)
Make that Sheriff Dipstick, dimoKKKTAT.
The Legal Challenges for non-enforcement by SOME police departments (aka; Sanctuary Cities) was addressed in the Law.
However, what SHOULD happen is that if some jackass ambulance-chaser sues on "Racial Profiling" grounds, it should immediately be dismissed because "Latino-looking" is enough cause to suspect potential illegal/criminal invader status, and providing SATISFACTORY PROOF should not be difficult for U.S. Citizens.
Common Sense is NEVER being applied in Court, like the ol' RPM (Reasonably Prudent Man) logic that formerly was used to allow reasonable action on rational/common sense grounds.
posted on 06/18/2012 12:19:57 PM PDT
(Don't gotsta worry 'bout no mo'gage, don't gotsta worry 'bout no gas; Obama gonna take care o' me!)
Pima County Sheriff Dupnick
Says the same Dipstick who had Jared Loughner (murderer of Chief U.S. District Court Judge John Roll and five others, and the man who shot Gabby Giffords, She Who Has All Moral Standing On Guns) in his clutches and DID NOTHING.
posted on 06/18/2012 12:22:29 PM PDT
(I will vote against ANY presidential candidate who had non-citizen parents.)
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