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2 mins ago, dena said:

Way to go ICE.

Now, go out and do that 100 more times.

Drug dealers and 3 murderers....those sound like Dangerous people to me. Just wIting to see how the media spins this around. 

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Kind of tough to spout the disadvantages of clearing the community of murderers and drug dealers.

But that won't stop them from trying.

I liked the line about having enough fentanyl to kill half the state.

Good thing they aren't motivated to release that stuff on the general public.

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56 mins ago, dena said:

Kind of tough to spout the disadvantages of clearing the community of murderers and drug dealers.

 

Find a rapist and they could validate Trump's claims about the illegals coming here.

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4 mins ago, Gamakatsu said:

Like anybody thinks it's bad to arrest criminals. Is it something new for ICE to arrest criminal dirtballs or have they always done that?

It wouldn't be remarkable at all if it wasn't for so many on team left calling them Nazi's and wanting to eliminate them.

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15 mins ago, Gamakatsu said:

Like anybody thinks it's bad to arrest criminals. Is it something new for ICE to arrest criminal dirtballs or have they always done that?

Funny you should say that. This was just reported yesterday..

 

 

Massachusetts governor calls for removal of judge accused of helping immigrant avoid ICE

Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker (R) on Monday called for a judge to be temporarily removed from the bench after she allegedly helped an undocumented immigrant avoid Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents. 

Baker told reporters that he didn't think Newton District Judge Shelley Joseph should hear criminal cases until the federal grand jury investigation against her has concluded.

 

"Look, judges are not supposed to be in the business of obstructing justice," he said, according to the Globe.

Baker appointed Joseph to the bench last year. He called the allegations against her "extremely troubling," telling the paper that Joseph may have violated court policies.

 

 

A federal grand jury is investigating Joseph after Jose Medina-Perez was allegedly allowed to leave out of a back door of the courthouse in April while ICE agents were waiting to arrest him.

Officials are probing whether court personnel aided Medina-Perez's escape. Medina-Perez, who is Dominican, was in court after being arrested on drug charges. According to the Globe, he had been deported twice before and used multiple aliases.

 

In a courtroom recording of the April 2 arraignment obtained by the Globe, Joseph is heard saying ICE is "going to get him," before she directs a clerk to turn off the courtroom's audio recorder, leaving a 58-second gap in the recording.

 

Medina-Perez was then escorted out of the courtroom, released from custody and let out through the back door, two people briefed on the incident told the newspaper. He allegedly scaled the fence and ran away as ICE agents chased after him.

Joseph declined to comment on the incident to the newspaper.

ICE spokesman John Mohan that there is an "unwillingness" of local agencies to cooperate, making courthouse arrests a necessity.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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7 hours ago, Gamakatsu said:

Like anybody thinks it's bad to arrest criminals. Is it something new for ICE to arrest criminal dirtballs or have they always done that?

Are people who break the laws governing how you enter this country criminals? Are you going to play amnesia on how those people have been referred to in an effort to intentionally blur the lines by the DNC run press outlets?

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