How to Spot an Illegal: ‘Different Type of Attire’ and Their ‘Shoes’

April 23, 2010


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2 Responses to “How to Spot an Illegal: ‘Different Type of Attire’ and Their ‘Shoes’”

  1. Rene on April 23rd, 2010 4:20 am

    So, i guess passing this law, the citizens of United States will become less protected by the police. According to AZ citizens, police is liable for lawsuits for not “checking a suspected illegal alien” right? Now what about the family or the citizen who works at the 24/7 market being held by gunpoint at early hours of the morning while the officer checks the status of a suspected “illegal” person? I can clearly say, If that gets to happen, then the relatives of a victim who was not protected by the police can actually sue the city and the State of AZ for diverting the police onto a “federal crime”. And not only that, but also the creators of the law can be held accountable for “diverting” security services onto another “sectors”.

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