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All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘illegal immigrants’

Abandoned Immigrant Children Wandering In Mexico

Immigration (legal or illegal) is a hotly contested subject in the United States. However, one thing all sensible human beings should be able to agree on is that taking money to transfer children safety and then leaving them to wander and die is just evil. This is what Mexican officials found to be the case when they discovered 370 abandoned …

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Turks and Caicos, Illegal Migrants Die When Boat Capsizes

On Christmas day, at least 18 immigrants from Haiti died when their vessel was intercepted by police and forced to reroute to the nearby Turks and Caicos Islands. The boat, which was holding approximately 50 people – too many for the capacity – capsized while being “towed in” by police. Overloading was determined as the cause, however many people drowned, …

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Obama Heckler Complains About Immigration Laws

A young, undocumented immigrant, who is also a graduate student from South Korea, directly called out to President Obama at a speech the Commander-in-Chief was giving at the Betty Ann Ong Chinese Recreation Center in San Francisco on Monday. The student, standing behind Obama, said, “Our families are separated. I need your help! You have a power to stop deportation …

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“Catch an Illegal Immigrant” Game is Canceled for Texas Students

It didn’t take long for the University of Texas to put a stop to the “Catch an Illegal Immigrant” event planned for their campus after the event made national headlines. The “Catch an Illegal Immigrant” event, which was planned by the Young Conservatives of Texas at the University of Texas at Austin, was canceled after UT officials said it violated …

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Virtual Kidnapping Scam Targets U.S. Immigrants

On Thursday, November 7, 2013, four individuals were arrested in connection with a virtual kidnapping scam. The scam targeted immigrants in the United States, specifically in areas surrounding Washington, D.C., due to the significant number of immigrants located there, who have traveled from Central America. They often do not have any form of communication with their relatives who are also …

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Arizona and Kansas Exploit Supreme Court Loophole

Earlier this year, the Supreme Court struck down an Arizona law that required voters to present proof of their United States citizenship in order to vote in local as well as federal elections. The New York Times reports that Arizona has agreed to comply with the Supreme Court’s ruling, even though the state has planned to join Kansas in the …

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Joe Arpaio, Arizona Sheriff to Await Delayed Ruling

U.S. District Judge Murray Snow delayed a ruling in the racial profiling case against Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s office Friday as both sides remain at odds over key remedies to ensure the agency adheres to constitutional requirements. Snow found in May that the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office singled out Latinos and deputies unreasonably prolonged detentions, marking the first finding by a …

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