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Friday, July 13, 2007

In the news today: July 13, 2007

  • A Mexican couple gets a one-year deportation reprieve as their 17-month-old daughter undergoes surgery for a rare heart defect reports the San Francisco Chronicle.
  • A Pakistani held at an immigration detention center has sued the Immigration Department for placing him in a room with a heroin user as well as for violence and harrassment endured while a detainee, reports ABC News.
  • The Los Angeles Times reports that 10 more suspects have been arrested in an "ongoing federal investigation into a scam involving Asians willing to pay thousands of dollars to immigrate to this country by entering into phony marriages with U.S. citizens from Vietnamese and Chinese communities in Southern California."

7 comments:

MaryST said...

Why don't you post about the little girl in Washington State who was slaughtered by an illegal this week? 12 years old, her life snuffed out because our "government" prefers the "rights" of illegals to the rights of native-born taxpaying American citizens who have paid taxes to support the "government" for 10, 20, 30, 40 years and more.

MaryST said...

Here you go, her name was Zanna Linnick. Does she at least rank as high on the pity scale as the illegal alien Mexican couple with the sick baby?

http://www.bangkokpost.com/News/14Jul2007_news14.php

Probably not, wrong skin color for La Raza to worrty about, plus she was native-born, and as everybody knows, we native-borns are worth less than garbage to our "government."

MaryST said...

Oh, and here's the "patriotic" "Latino community", trying to stop Waukegan Illinois from joining a federal program that helps track down criminal illegals like the one who killed little Zanna:

http://www.suburbanchicagonews.com/newssun/news/467001,5_1_WA13_SHOWDOWN_S1.article

Nice goin' "Latino community." I'm shocked that you put the "rights" of criminal illegal aliens ahead of the rights of Americans -- NOT!

Blood on your hands, La Raza, Matt, MALDEF and LULAC, BLOOD ON YOUR HANDS.

Anonymous said...

I picture Maryst pulling her hair and yelling at the traffic light corner in tattered clothes.

MaryST said...

"anonymous" You think it's funny that a little girl in Washington State is dead, when she would be alive today if we had a "government" that enforced our immigration laws? Weird sense of humor I must add.

Face it, you open borders lobbyist have no arguments. Nor any compassion for Americans who have suffered grievously because our "government" refuses to enforce our laws. Hope it's not your daughter who is the next to be raped or killed by an illegal.

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