Why not Arrest Sanctuary Jurisdictions When an interstate felony results?

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    No it only requires someone with a greater knowledge of laws than I have. Liability can come in many forms, no trickery required, especially when you are enabling people who are already in violation of the law.

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    Actually it is a violation of individual rights for states or municipalities to attempt to enforce federal immigration law.
     
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    It is impossible to prove a straw purchase because there is no way to document intent.

    Sanctuary cities are just upholding the law.
    It is illegal for any state or municipality to try to enforce federal immigration laws in ANY way at all.
    They legally can not even ask immigration status or do any sort of check.
    To do so would be to discriminate against the privacy and rights that citizens and all individuals are supposed to have.
     
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    ROFLMAO, providing information about an illegal criminal isn't a violation of their rights. Where do you freaks come up with this shit?

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    to say that all cultures are the same cheapens the excellence that is america!
     
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    Generally speaking, Conservatives tend to observe due process themselves.

    However, in the interests of ensuring due process...

    Time to issue a Federal arrest warrant for former California governor Jerry Brown...

    On a charge of conspiracy to...

    1. obstruct justice

    2. impede Federal officers in the performance of their duties

    3. circumvent US immigration law

    Then to drop a hint to both the present governor and those in the legislature who voted for Sanctuary status...
     
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    " Malfeasance Of Office Depriving Citizens Of Protection "

    * Defenders Of Invasion *
    When an individual walks into a hospital for treatment and a medicaid claim is filed , it better be filed on behalf of a legitimate citizen , else deport upon identification .

    The affordable care act double the premiums of the average insured , with a mandate for those between 0% and 400% of the poverty line , and most likely not to have insurance and therefore to likely qualify for a medicaid claim , to somewhat pay their own way , so that the burden of medical costs on the national debt could be reduced ; but , we are getting nowhere !

    When an arrest occurs , it is legitimate to verify identity , but sanctuary states do not allow that either .

    According to us 14th amendment , at birth and subject to jurisdiction ( subject to contract ) , one is a citizen of the state where one was born and a citizen of the united states ; such that , states can very well deport non citizens of their states - preferably to the district of columbia !
     
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    How are you going to be able to tell who is an illegal alien without violating the law with an illegal ID check or universal database?
    Only federal agents have the authority to even ask if someone is an noncitizen or not. And even that is not clearly legal?
    Citizenship status is private information as far as state and municipal agents are concerned, or else you would be opening up the door to illegal discrimination against non-citizens.
     
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    great idea conceptually, too bad we can't really do it
     
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    None of that is remotely true.
    Hospitals do not and legally can not ask citizenship questions at all.
    They are required to treat all emergency cases.
    When and if a Medicaid form is being submitted, there is no need for the person to be a citizen if it is an emergency.

    https://www.medicaid.gov/medicaid/o...ity-for-non-citizens-in-medicaid-and-chip.pdf

    Nor can ICE deport on their own. Only a judge can decide that. There are dozens of exceptions exemptions.

    And no, the affordable care act cut premiums to the average insured in half. I used to pay over $1200/month, then and with affordable care act it went down to $600 for my family. And I am way above poverty line, so was not getting lots of subsidies.

    When a state or local arrest happens, it is ILLEGAL to even inquire about immigration status, as that would clearly be prejudicial.
    And NO, states most certainly are absolutely prevented from ever deporting anyone.
     
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