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A Border Patrol vehicle drags tires to smooth the ground next to the border fence in the Yuma Sector.
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Well, I have a couple of questions. What rights? Who grants these rights?
Is there another country on earth that allows access to jail videotapes to the country that produces the criminals?This story sounds like the typical smokescreen of those who are on the wrong side of the issue.
Oh sure, I believe the illegals. BS!!! Just another way for the bleeding hearts to try and get them to be able to stay here. How many millions do we spend trying to keep them out and then sending them back. Don't come if you don't like the treatment! We don't owe you anything!!!!
Let's look at this article a little closer, Folks...get some perspective.
We have an ASU-Cronkite School of Journalism quoting and ASU "Statistical Consultant and Research Associate"....hmmmmmmm....kinda raises some "red flags" (and I do mean "Red")...wouldn't you say.
The ASU-Cronkite School of Journalism ends the article....quote "We need a system of consequences for violations"...which predisposes the reader to assume...that there were ...."violations" to begin with. Now far be for old "John C. Fremont's, 1961 "The Pathfinder" High School Newspaper's, jr. editor (me), to criticize a Cronkite School of Journalism reporter but would'nt it have be more "journalistically honest" to leave the reader to determine the veracity of these claims ???It's possibly ...OK....to "nudge" the reader but ..."holding his/her head in a hammer-lock and force-feeding the "news" ...is a whole other animal.
"cramming ... into cells, subjecting them to extreme temperatures, depriving them of sleep, threatening them with death and beating women and children."
Funny, this is typical of law enforcement's treatment of American citizens - perhaps not on a daily basis, but youtube has a plethora of current abuses on video.
So why does it suddenly become a huge issue when the same treatment is afforded to individuals who have violated several laws just by sneaking into (invading) our country?
Or is this just another pro-illegal op-ed piece?(that last question was rhetorical)
"Aguirre and Sinclair said NoMoreDeaths.org is advocating for an independent oversight committee to hold the Border Patrol accountable."
How about an oversight committee to hold the people who illegally sneak into our country accountable? Why are the criminals getting a free pass here?
Instead of a border fence, put mines along the border, with plenty of warning signs - problem solved.
Continue to enforce our immigration laws and continue to imprison these lawbreakers before they are deported. Continue to search out and arrest all the illegal drivers, illegal ID theft criminals. The 12 million illegals in our country need to be nervous and scared because we are NOT granting amnesty.
If the Southwest of the United States had the same standard of living as northern Mexico would there still be an invasion of the Southwest by illegal Mexican Occupiers? Do you honestly beleive they are coming because "they were the original settlers"?How funny and naive you are.
Tell Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto that his country must stop exporting drugs and illegal Mexican occupiers of the United States and re claim its illegal Mexican occupiers now in the US. This is such an embarrassing situation for Mexico. La Raza, The Arizona Coalition for Migrant Rights, National Immigrant Solidarity Network/AFGJ and Casa Aztlánwill help Nieto in stopping this illegal occupation of the United States and create a working birth control program in Mexico. They can’t afford to have so many children and the situation will only get worse. Are you with us?
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