Skip to comments.America's Most Notorious Sheriff Got Smacked Down In Court
Posted on 09/26/2012 2:27:34 PM PDT by moonshinner_09
Arizona's Sheriff Joe Arpaio, best known for his fights with undocumented immigrants, received quite a blow Tuesday from the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.
The federal appeals court ruled Arpaio can't detain suspects based only on his belief they are here illegally, Courthouse News Service reported Wednesday.
Arpaio has garnered his fair share of headlines in the past for his harsh stance on fighting illegal immigration.
Back in June he arrested a 6-year-old girl during a raid on suspected undocumented workers.
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Although the basic facts of this article may be correct the slant of this publication is definitely suspect.
there’s hope: isn’t 9th Circus still the most overturned court in the land?
Ninth district strikes again! WTF is up with them?
Agreed. He should detain criminals who enter the country illegally - but it should be based on (1) the initial criminal suspicion that led to the encounter between police and the illegal alien, and (2) the failure to properly identify themselves with a valid ID in a manner that would permit law enforcement to follow up on the initial suspicion.
Hmmmmmmmmmmm....good example here of why I must read articles completely. There was one this morning about the 9th Leftist court finding in favor of SB 1070 on this, and tossing the ACLU’s case, and now this one that gleefully says Joe Arpaio was smacked down, and can’t do what the other article said he can do.
I’ll have to look the other article up, and read them both again to see what the “H” is going on here. Quite confusing when one speed reads, and then is caught later with something like this.
So much to read, so little time.
I don’t know a soul on the 9th circuit, but if I had to Judge them from their rulings , I would say they are all illegal alien faggots who are in love with blacks and who hate America.
Ahhh. The 9th Circus. Explains Everything.
Are you starting one? Is your neighbor? The answer, NO. There will not be a war because nobody but a handful will oppose this most corrupt government. If they haven't by now, they never will.
“Although the basic facts of this article may be correct the slant of this publication is definitely suspect.”
I have to look it up. This morning was another article on this that said the 9th Circuit tossed the ACLU’s case against SB 1070, and it was about this same thing.
You are definitely correct about the slant by the author on this article. I think it’s intended to put the good Sheriff down, but it’s too obvious there’s an agenda here.
"America's Most Notorious Sheriff"
All of the other suspected illegal immigrants, who claimed to be from Mexico, were booked into jail.
"We enforce the human-smuggling laws here," Arpaio said. "Every chance I can get to take action on my own without turning them over to ICE, I do. Especially with the new policy the president has."
Read more: http://www.azcentral.com/news/articles/2012/06/16/20120616mcso-illegal-immigration-arrest-girl.html?nclick_check=1#ixzz27c8lhUWZ
Some of the rest of the story. A reminder: the original post could well be proof that some news media employees are nothing more than skid marks on Journalism's shorts.
He was right the first time, even though you have the title correct.
Being in the country illegally is not a criminal matter?
Paez outdid himself. He now recycles La Raza chatterspeak into a decision in an attempt to embed it as law.
He just repealed 8 USC 1325
The tortured "logic" behind that should make for some comical reading.
Bit by Bit, the Mexican nation attempts to rip apart the American nation and force their way in so they can "take back" that which they believe is theirs.
It's the reason wars are fought.
The article states, “mere unauthorized presence is not a criminal matter”
WTF, I thought if you came across our border illegally, that was a crime. Am I missing something?
Oh no, the 9th Circuit! Aiiieeeee!
Notorious?....No bias there, nope, none......................
Joe Arpaio and MCSO Did Not Arrest a 6-Year-Old
“We’re not arresting a 6-year-old,” Hegstrom says.
The 16 immigrants — 17 including the youngster — were found by deputies in a van in the northern part of the county.
The Sheriff’s Office says they were all smuggled into the United States from Mexico at prices between $300 and $3,500, and were on their way to be dropped off in various states.
Most of the people found were booked into an MCSO jail.
Hegstrom says the girl was taken into “protective custody” and turned over to Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials. The kiddo claimed to be from El Salvador.
The youngster was described as “unaccompanied” in the van.