NY Considers amnesty for illegal alien CRIMINALS

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Yes - criminal criminals. Not just illegal illegals.

To shield criminally convicted immigrants from deportation, the governor of New York has created a special pardon panel to forgive individuals of state crimes that under federal law require expulsion from the U.S.

Governor David Paterson claims that he created the first-of-its kind initiative because federal immigration laws, particularly those involving deportation, are “extremely inflexible” and he simply wanted to “soften the blow” for deserving individuals caught in their “web.”

The new five-member state panel, which has ignited a hostile confrontation with federal authorities, will assist the governor in reviewing the pardon applications of convicted immigrants in the Empire State who are facing extraction from the U.S. Individuals who have shown “extensive efforts towards rehabilitation” will likely get pardoned, Paterson said at a press conference announcing his plan this week.

Under federal laws passed in 1996, immigrants—even those living in the U.S. legally—are subject to mandatory deportation after criminal convictions, including misdemeanor drug possession. In most cases they are classified as state crimes and only a governor’s pardon can intercept deportation even if the convict is married to a U.S. citizen or has American-born children.

Paterson was inspired by the fact that, in many cases, the individual's rehabilitation efforts, years of living in the community without any legal trouble and their positive contributions to society are not considered before deportation. Now his new state panel will consider all those factors before allowing the feds to deport a convict.
N.Y. Creates Pardon Panel For Deportable Immigrants | Judicial Watch

And the good people of NY will be paying for this new layer of bureaucracy, which negates the federal law.

Gee Arizona does something to assist compliance with federal law and the country goes nuts. NY does something to defy the law and I'm certain our President won't be calling for a Justice Dept. investigation. Does NY have more state's rights than AZ? I had no idea.
 

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Naivete of these New Yorker politicians - if it was not so tragic, it would be comical.
 

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Yes - criminal criminals. Not just illegal illegals.

To shield criminally convicted immigrants from deportation, the governor of New York has created a special pardon panel to forgive individuals of state crimes that under federal law require expulsion from the U.S.

Governor David Paterson claims that he created the first-of-its kind initiative because federal immigration laws, particularly those involving deportation, are “extremely inflexible” and he simply wanted to “soften the blow” for deserving individuals caught in their “web.”

The new five-member state panel, which has ignited a hostile confrontation with federal authorities, will assist the governor in reviewing the pardon applications of convicted immigrants in the Empire State who are facing extraction from the U.S. Individuals who have shown “extensive efforts towards rehabilitation” will likely get pardoned, Paterson said at a press conference announcing his plan this week.

Under federal laws passed in 1996, immigrants—even those living in the U.S. legally—are subject to mandatory deportation after criminal convictions, including misdemeanor drug possession. In most cases they are classified as state crimes and only a governor’s pardon can intercept deportation even if the convict is married to a U.S. citizen or has American-born children.

Paterson was inspired by the fact that, in many cases, the individual's rehabilitation efforts, years of living in the community without any legal trouble and their positive contributions to society are not considered before deportation. Now his new state panel will consider all those factors before allowing the feds to deport a convict.
N.Y. Creates Pardon Panel For Deportable Immigrants | Judicial Watch

And the good people of NY will be paying for this new layer of bureaucracy, which negates the federal law.

Gee Arizona does something to assist compliance with federal law and the country goes nuts. NY does something to defy the law and I'm certain our President won't be calling for a Justice Dept. investigation. Does NY have more state's rights than AZ? I had no idea.
Arizona should send all the illegals they capture to NYC.
 

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Yes - criminal criminals. Not just illegal illegals.

To shield criminally convicted immigrants from deportation, the governor of New York has created a special pardon panel to forgive individuals of state crimes that under federal law require expulsion from the U.S.

Governor David Paterson claims that he created the first-of-its kind initiative because federal immigration laws, particularly those involving deportation, are “extremely inflexible” and he simply wanted to “soften the blow” for deserving individuals caught in their “web.”

The new five-member state panel, which has ignited a hostile confrontation with federal authorities, will assist the governor in reviewing the pardon applications of convicted immigrants in the Empire State who are facing extraction from the U.S. Individuals who have shown “extensive efforts towards rehabilitation” will likely get pardoned, Paterson said at a press conference announcing his plan this week.

Under federal laws passed in 1996, immigrants—even those living in the U.S. legally—are subject to mandatory deportation after criminal convictions, including misdemeanor drug possession. In most cases they are classified as state crimes and only a governor’s pardon can intercept deportation even if the convict is married to a U.S. citizen or has American-born children.

Paterson was inspired by the fact that, in many cases, the individual's rehabilitation efforts, years of living in the community without any legal trouble and their positive contributions to society are not considered before deportation. Now his new state panel will consider all those factors before allowing the feds to deport a convict.
N.Y. Creates Pardon Panel For Deportable Immigrants | Judicial Watch

And the good people of NY will be paying for this new layer of bureaucracy, which negates the federal law.

Gee Arizona does something to assist compliance with federal law and the country goes nuts. NY does something to defy the law and I'm certain our President won't be calling for a Justice Dept. investigation. Does NY have more state's rights than AZ? I had no idea.



He's a Blooming Idiot. What else can I tell you?
 

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Yes - criminal criminals. Not just illegal illegals.

To shield criminally convicted immigrants from deportation, the governor of New York has created a special pardon panel to forgive individuals of state crimes that under federal law require expulsion from the U.S.

Governor David Paterson claims that he created the first-of-its kind initiative because federal immigration laws, particularly those involving deportation, are “extremely inflexible” and he simply wanted to “soften the blow” for deserving individuals caught in their “web.”

The new five-member state panel, which has ignited a hostile confrontation with federal authorities, will assist the governor in reviewing the pardon applications of convicted immigrants in the Empire State who are facing extraction from the U.S. Individuals who have shown “extensive efforts towards rehabilitation” will likely get pardoned, Paterson said at a press conference announcing his plan this week.

Under federal laws passed in 1996, immigrants—even those living in the U.S. legally—are subject to mandatory deportation after criminal convictions, including misdemeanor drug possession. In most cases they are classified as state crimes and only a governor’s pardon can intercept deportation even if the convict is married to a U.S. citizen or has American-born children.

Paterson was inspired by the fact that, in many cases, the individual's rehabilitation efforts, years of living in the community without any legal trouble and their positive contributions to society are not considered before deportation. Now his new state panel will consider all those factors before allowing the feds to deport a convict.
N.Y. Creates Pardon Panel For Deportable Immigrants | Judicial Watch

And the good people of NY will be paying for this new layer of bureaucracy, which negates the federal law.

Gee Arizona does something to assist compliance with federal law and the country goes nuts. NY does something to defy the law and I'm certain our President won't be calling for a Justice Dept. investigation. Does NY have more state's rights than AZ? I had no idea.
Boycott NY
 

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Yes - criminal criminals. Not just illegal illegals.

To shield criminally convicted immigrants from deportation, the governor of New York has created a special pardon panel to forgive individuals of state crimes that under federal law require expulsion from the U.S.

Governor David Paterson claims that he created the first-of-its kind initiative because federal immigration laws, particularly those involving deportation, are “extremely inflexible” and he simply wanted to “soften the blow” for deserving individuals caught in their “web.”

The new five-member state panel, which has ignited a hostile confrontation with federal authorities, will assist the governor in reviewing the pardon applications of convicted immigrants in the Empire State who are facing extraction from the U.S. Individuals who have shown “extensive efforts towards rehabilitation” will likely get pardoned, Paterson said at a press conference announcing his plan this week.

Under federal laws passed in 1996, immigrants—even those living in the U.S. legally—are subject to mandatory deportation after criminal convictions, including misdemeanor drug possession. In most cases they are classified as state crimes and only a governor’s pardon can intercept deportation even if the convict is married to a U.S. citizen or has American-born children.

Paterson was inspired by the fact that, in many cases, the individual's rehabilitation efforts, years of living in the community without any legal trouble and their positive contributions to society are not considered before deportation. Now his new state panel will consider all those factors before allowing the feds to deport a convict.
N.Y. Creates Pardon Panel For Deportable Immigrants | Judicial Watch

And the good people of NY will be paying for this new layer of bureaucracy, which negates the federal law.

Gee Arizona does something to assist compliance with federal law and the country goes nuts. NY does something to defy the law and I'm certain our President won't be calling for a Justice Dept. investigation. Does NY have more state's rights than AZ? I had no idea.
Boycott NY
:lol::lol:
 

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'Arizona should send all the illegals they capture to NYC.

And.......SAN FRANCISCO!!
 

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