Immigration Reform Activists Found Guilty of Obstruction in Tucson, Arizona

Thelma and Don Christie of Tucson are among twelve immigration activists found guilty by an Arizona judge of being a public nuisance and causing obstruction of a thoroughfare. Judge Susan Bacal’s ruling stems from the arrest of the Christies and ten other immigration reform activists who gathered to protest against two busloads of around 70 undocumented immigrants facing deportation charges, who were on their way to court on October 11th, 2013.

The Christies obviously do not understand that America does not have the means nor the resources to take care of billions of immigrants.

Delusional people

According to reports, the activists gathered to protest against Operation Streamline, the federal government’s fast-track immigration court. The activists were protesting against the legal program established in 2005, which federal officials say was an attempt to cut down on the tendency to illegally enter the United States. The protesters chained themselves to the front wheels of the bus and refused to budge. Following five hours of protesting the police were forced to use power tools to cut many of the activists free. The court proceedings went ahead with many of the illegal immigrants being deported much to the delight of anyone who cares about the constitution.

Some people believe that these people who care little about America’s right to defend its own borders should be deported as well.

Deport these radical Americans

Operation Streamline hasn’t found favor with some people including some Fort Lauderdale immigration attorneys. Isabel Garcia, a criminal defense lawyer and among the Tucson immigration activists, said the program is endangering the justice system (even though it is kicking out criminal gangsters?) and denied illegal immigrants the right to consume more resources from the American tax payer.

According to immigration attorneys, Operation Streamline left no recourse for illegal immigrants who were rounded up near the border, where they should not have been, and taken to court and sentenced within an hour. Many people believe these people should try to fix their own country rather than come to America and take jobs from Americans. Some Americans will not perform certain jobs, this is because they are being paid not to work by the liberal federal government.

While the immigration activists were found guilty creating a public nuisance, four other charges were dropped. This included criminal trespass, disorderly conduct, obstruction of a government order, and delaying prosecution. If convicted, the activists could face up to four months in jail which is what most law and order Americans believe they should face.

Report indicates release of criminal aliens by feds on the decline

According to the Washington Times, the data released by House Judiciary Committee Chairman Robert W. Goodlatte, there has been a reduction in the number of criminal aliens being deported by the Obama administration as compared with last year. These new statistics are in line with the president’s immigration reforms which he said would allow agents to focus on dangerous criminals and felons but not families. According to statistics, arrest and deportations of criminal aliens have declined by around 30%, which indicates that agents have not been able to refocus on criminal illegal immigrants.

The data was released by Goodlatte during a hearing with US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). ICE Director Sarah Saldana showed that of the 30,558 criminal aliens released in 2014 there were as many as 80,000 convictions. This included 186 cases of kidnapping, 250 homicide cases, and 373 convictions for sexual assault. If you have been a victim of a violent illegal felon, USAttorneys.com is the site for you. There are a number of fantastic local attorneys, and some perhaps not so local, ready to take your case.

Many Americans believe many of these criminal aliens should be executed.

According to Goodlatte, the data indicates the irrational actions of the administration and the lack of will to enforce the law against criminal aliens, many of whom were convicted of serious crimes. ICE Director Saldana reiterated that she was required to grant due process to everyone due to the laws passed by Congress. She also said she had to make judgments on who to retain based on court decisions and federal law.

According to Saldana, measures were being taken to make it mandatory for senior managers to review releases in the future in an attempt to make the review process more thorough and consistent.