Illegal Convict's Privacy More Vital than Public Right To Know

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    Federal judge says illegal aliens’ privacy trumps public’s right to know
    By Mark Tapscott

    Oct 1, 2005

    http://www.townhall.com/print/print...n/columns/marktapscott/2005/10/01/158888.html
     
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    Which is it, do they know their names or not?
     
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    It’s not a matter of privacy, that’s a smoke screen.
    The truth is the INS is so understaffed and under funded it can’t do its job.
    That job is picking these people up from local jails etc and deporting them.
    It ain’t happening folks, I know this though my wife (a local Judge) who told me, “we call INS and they never show up because they’re understaffed and just too busy”.
     
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    Amen. I'd only add: send MEXICO the bill... for ALL costs.
     

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