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Open Letter to the California Assembly re: SB 54

August 28, 2017
 
Dear Assembly members:

Soon you will be voting on Senate Bill 54. This bill is nothing more than a fraud being perpetrated on the law-abiding people of California as another measure to increase public safety.

Overloaded Immigration Courts Slower than ever with Fewer Deportations

Perhaps more than any other metric, the astronomical increase in immigration court cases underlines the catastrophic fall out from decades of lax immigration enforcement.

LAUSD Cries Foul after ICE Detains Student’s Father; Overlooked, Father is Fugitive from Justice

Apparently spurred by illegal immigrant Romulo Avelica-Gonzalez’s arrest as he dropped off his daughter at the Academia Advance campus, LAUSD officials announced a policy of “non-cooperation” with federal immigration officials, reaffirmed a 2016 measure that declared campuses “safe places” for illegal immigrants, and entered into partnerships with legal service organizations to offer “Know Your

Deported Multiple Times, Criminal Alien Re-enters Sanctuary City, Commits Hit-and-Run, Other Related Crimes

On May 7, a Mexican citizen illegally in the United States, deported at least 15 times since 2002, and with prior arrests for domestic violence, perpetrated a DUI, hit-and-run crash near San Diego.

DACA Recipients Include Identity Theft Criminals

Immigration enforcement advocates can’t figure out why President Donald Trump is reneging on his campaign pledge to “immediately terminate” deferred action for childhood arrivals.

‘Rogue’ ICE Agents Protecting Americans

Publicity hound Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and the Hispanic Congressional Congress are in freefall about the recent Immigration and Customs Enforcement raids that netted about 700 deportable criminal aliens.

On U.S. Immigration, Laos Calls the Shots

When tiny Laos can bully the United States on an immigration matter, the nation has hit an enforcement rock bottom.

According to the 2016 Index of Economic Freedom, Laos has a population of 6.9 million, $34.4 billion GDP, and a $5,000 per capita income. Communist Laos, where 75 percent of the workforce is employed in sustenance farming, is, according to the index, systematically corrupt and chronically in debt.

California Assembly at it Again – This Time to Preserve Aliens’ Sanctuary Status

In California’s latest attempt to dismantle federal immigration law, last month California State Assemblymember Rob Bonta introduced AB 2792.

A Grieving Father Continues to Wonder Why Feds Won’t End Sanctuary Cities

On April 27, I was a guest on the Jamiel Shaw Radio Show. On March 2, 2008, Shaw’s son, Jamiel II or “Jas” as he was known to his family and friends, was murdered in broad daylight only three houses away from his home.

ICE ‘Error’ Allows Alien Gunman to Slaughter Five in Kansas, Missouri

Immigration and Customs Enforcement on mistakenly sending the detainer order on Mexican illegal alien Pablo Serrano-Vitorino to the wrong county jail: “We regret the error.” ICE dismissed its “error” as if it were a clerical oversight.
 

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