ICE wants to deport Americans...

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    A Texas woman was arrested for failure to pay traffic fines, was kept in jail 16hours, and threatened with deportation because she had the same name and was the same race as someone who was an illegal immigrant. If her name was Jane Smith she wouldn't have had to worry about being deported. :wtf:

    What led them to believe that she was born in another country? She doesn't even speak Spanish. Of course she is of Hispanic descent so that must be the reason for them to think she was born in Mexico. :wtf: Of course, if she was of English descent they would have no reason to believe that she was born in England. :eusa_doh: Like I said a Mrs. Smith wouldn't have to worry about being threatened with being deported to England. :D No one would have contacted ICE nor would she have been threatened, questioned and generally made to fear for her safety if she was a white woman.

    The words "artificial reasons" is a nice way of saying that she was of Mexican descent. What would have happened has this woman not been able to provide her birth certificate and social security card. She could have been deported to a country she had never been in, and where language she does not know is spoken. This woman's rights were violated. She was kept in jail and her freedom was infringed because she was of Mexican descent. That ICE could hold a U.S. citizen in jail against their will simply because they did not want to believe her when she said she was an American is barbaric.

    She couldn't be telling the truth about being a U.S. Citizen!!! After all U.S. Citizens are white. :wtf: There was absolutely no reason for the police to believe that she was anything but a U.S. citizen other then she was Hispanic and that is why they checked her status with ICE. Had her name been Alicia Evans (like her sister) and had she been white they would not have checked her status. That is racism and it is wrong. Now if she had difficulty speaking English or was acting suspicious than the police might have had a reason to believe that she was born in a different country. It may be hard for some to accept this but it is what happened. Every person of Hispanic descent should fear being pulled over by the police if this is what is going to happen to them. All white Americans need not worry about the police BELIEVING THEY WERE BORN IN ANOTHER COUNTRY SUCH AS ENGLAND, FRANCE, ETC.

    Maybe her sisters last name, Evans, should have sent up a red flag but of course even those Mexican with Americanized last names are liars. She couldn't be telling the truth and what is with those things we call Birth Certificates and Social Security Cards. Ms. Rodriguez said it well when she said, "I don't think it was an honest mistake,...There were many steps they missed and didn't follow up on." Carl Rusnok, of ICE, said, "we had a very good reason to doubt her validity." WE ALL KNOW WHAT THAT REASON WAS. SHE WAS OF HISPANIC DESCENT. There as no other reason to doubt her validity and even if they did doubt her validity they should have taken extraordinary measures to determine her identity instead of keeping her in jail as long as they did (i.e., check her fingerprint). What would have happened if a hardened criminal decided to take a home-made knife to her and she died in police custody. OOPS, OUR BAD. :eusa_think:

    Source: http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,295456,00.html
     
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    Artificial my ass. Remind me the next time they let a suspected terrorist go cause he claimed he was an American citizen.

    I notice she wasn't deported , now was she?
     
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    No, she was just kept in jail against her will. NO BIG DEAL. HER FREEDOM MEANS NOTHING. :wtf: She was even forced to walk three miles to the impound to pick up her vehicle. No one is suggesting that we let criminals go because they claim to be Americans. Simply checking her fingerprints would have sufficed and she would have been released within hours instead of 16 hours, and being transferred between police stations. Her sister had to go to two different police stations, and talked to officers at both who told her that her sister was going to be deported even though her sister, Deborah Evans, had her birth certificate and social security card. She was not a terrorist, and you are an asshole and you violate the rights of others and I have had it motherfucker. You are an arrogant tryant who doesn't care about the rights of others except for your own damn rights. You seem to take the extreme: SO LONG AS SHE ISN'T DEPORTED SHE CAN BE KEPT IN JAIL AGAINST HER WILL SINCE HER FREEDOM MEANS NOTHING. :bowdown:
     
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    As a matter of fact in most places in the United States one can be held for up to 24 hours even with out specific charges. But as I read your quotes she was in fact being accused of something and being investigated, and she was wanted on seperate charges to boot.

    She can always sue if she thinks she has a case.
     
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    She can sue. GOD BLESS AMERICA, SHE CAN SUE. SHE CAN SUE US IN OUR COURTS OF OUR LAWS AND GO BEFORE OUR JUDGES AND HOPEFULLY SHE MIGHT SUCCEED AND HER RIGHTS WON'T BE VIOLATED BY THEM AS THEY WERE BY OUR OFFICER. GOD BLESS AMERICA, SHE CAN SUE. SHE CAN SUE FOR BEING KEPT IN JAIL. THAT IS SO AWESOME. HER FREEDOM WAS TAKEN FROM HER BUT SHE HAS THE RIGHT TO SUE US AND IF OUR JDUGES CONDESCEND TO AGREE WITH THE **** SHE MIGHT SUCCEED. GOD BLESS AMERICA WHERE ASSHOLES LIKE RETIREDGYSGT CAN TELL THOSE HE AND THE IDIOTS WHO AGREE WITH HIM INJURE THAT THEY CAN ALWAYS SUE.

    THIS IS THE FREEST LAND OF ALL. WE CAN SUE. WE CAN SUE IF WE HAVE BEEN ON DEATH ROW FOR 15 YEARS AND FEARED FOR OUR LIFE AND WERE INNOCENT. WE CAN SUE. WE CAN SUE FOR THE LOSS OF OUR FREEDOM AFTER SO LONG. GOD BLESS US ALL. FOR THOSE WHO DIE WHILE IN PRISON, THEIR FAMILIES CAN SUE. GOD BLESS US ALL. OUR LAWS AND OUR SYSTEM IS SO GREAT. IT ALLOWS ASSHOLES LIKE RETIREDGYSGT TO VIOLATE OUR RIGHTS AND ALLOWS US TO SUE. :evil:
     
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    What would be awesome is if ICE tried to deport Edward. I'd organize a pro-ICE rally in front of the detention facility and we'd laugh at Edward the loser being waterboarded and humiliated by Lynndie England :rofl:
     
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    You can kiss my ass motherfucker because I don't give a shit about you or your family enough to allow you and those you vote for to violate my rights or the rights of others without doing what is right and standing up to you. It is motherfuckers like you and those who represent you who should have your asses deported because you are nothing more than tyrants. Of course we can vote. God bless America. We can vote, we can vote. :cuckoo: And let's not forget that we can sue. We can sue.
     
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    Wow, we now justify holding a person for so long and even threatening to send them out of the country over unpaid traffic fines???? Unpaid traffic fines are hardly akin to terrorism or a violent crime. It seems her real crime was simply being of mexican descent.

    It seems we also are wishing torture on people we dont agree with poltically and ideologically?

    Yea and then people wonder why america gets compared to nazi germany....its stuff just like this. Maybe next we can all turn our neighbors in for being gay, the wrong race or having the wrong political views and we can turn to a war mongering govt to strip them of freedom and place them in "camps" to torture and kill them as the population cheers it on.
     
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    Ya I agree, Edwards is a piece of work. And your not far behind.
     
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    When 100% of the 9/11 terrorists were Arab, it was only logical to look at Arabs.

    When the overwhelming majority of illegal alliens are Hispanic, you look at hispanics. "Artificial" would be pretending people aren't who and what they are for the sake of political correctness.

    When they do surveillance on white supremicists, do they go into a predominantly black or hispanic neighgorhood?
     

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