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May 20, 2006

Internal Border Patrol Document Exposes Huge Enforcement Gaps - Faults Ease Of Lawbreakers To Walk Away From Punishment

Topics: Iran

While this is going on with the laws already on the books:

...The report focused on a Border Patrol station responsible for 13 miles of mountainous border east of San Diego. It said that only 6 percent of 289 suspected immigrant smugglers caught there were federally prosecuted for that offense in the fiscal year ending in September 2004.

Some were charged with different counts, but others were released by the Border Patrol or saw their cases rejected by federal prosecutors.

What do you think is going to happen with additional toothless laws such as being promoted and passed in the Senate, and that provide amnesty for lawbreakers here now and the many more to come?

The Bush administration has absolutely no intention whatsoever to end illegal immigration (and neither does the Senate). Under the Bush Administration - illegal immigration has actually accelerated, with the US gaining 3 million additional illegal immigrant residents in 2004 alone (source - previous link).

HT - The Lone Whacko

Posted by Richard at May 20, 2006 10:35 AM



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