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RobJohnson
07-02-2014, 01:53 PM
America's border crisis reached Main Street, as flag-waving protesters in a San Diego suburb turned back three busloads of illegal immigrants after the town's mayor warned Tuesday that federal officials were using the community as a safety valve for facilities swamped by a tide of Central American refugees.

Fears of disease, crime and already-strained government services prompted Murrieta, Calif., Mayor Alan Long to rally residents against plans by the Department of Homeland Security to bus the children and families to a processing center in the city of 106,000 residents. Confronted by the protests, the buses were rerouted to San Diego.

"These people are fleeing a less desirable area -- we all understand that, we're compassionate for that, but those are concerns," Long told Fox News. "We've asked a lot of questions, we wanted to make sure no stone went unturned so that we had certainty on what exactly we were getting. And when you start asking about the health screening that they claim they get -- there's a lot of gaps. They could not answer a lot of questions we had to give us certainty that the people on those buses were healthy."

"We don’t have the space to hold them.”
- Border Patrol agent

[snip]

"Our K-9 teams have been kenneled," he said. "Everybody in the field has been taken out and placed to process. We have 72 hours to process 140, because we’ll be getting another 140 in 72 hours."

[snip]

“We are overwhelmed with [people] coming out of Texas," he said. "We are putting them in hotels, anywhere we can find a bed. We process them, and then they either bond out or are released on their own recognizance. We don’t have the space to hold them.”

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2014/07/02/protesters-turn-back-busloads-illegal-immigrants-as-border-stations-overwhelmed/

Most of the adults are being released and told they have 15 days to notify the authorities of their address so their summons can be sent to them. I'm sure that will happen.

MstrBlue
07-02-2014, 03:25 PM
Most of the adults are being released and told they have 15 days to notify the authorities of their address so their summons can be sent to them. I'm sure that will happen.

And when they do not show, just imagine the authorities going to the local courthouse...
"Your Honor, I need (consults list) 14,000 warrants for 'Juan/Jaunita Valdez'...."

In short, who here thinks that any of them gave their true name during processing??
:smilie_wall:



BB

RobJohnson
07-02-2014, 03:28 PM
And when they do not show, just imagine the authorities going to the local courthouse...
"Your Honor, I need (consults list) 14,000 warrants for 'Juan/Jaunita Valdez'...."

In short, who here thinks that any of them gave their true name during processing??
:smilie_wall:



BB

They are for the most part being set free.

Dlr Pyro
07-02-2014, 03:59 PM
"processing" is just a code word being used to give the illusion that something orderly is taking place to track and account for these criminals. What needs to be done is round up all the immigration judges in the nation and send them to Texas and have mass deportation hearings. The only question the judge needs to ask is "did you enter the United States Legally?" If not, then please enter the bus waiting to your right. When the bus is filled, it heads out to an airfield where the criminals are put on an airplane and flown to their country of origin. All done in less than 24 hours and once the people in their home country see all these criminals returning after risking life and limb crossing the desert, the invasion should stop. obama is doing nothing to prevent future criminals from invading this Country because he either lacks the desire to do so or the balls to do so.


Regarding the residents of Murrietta turning the buses around yesterday, it's good to see the Citizens finally take a stand against this travesty brought on by our own government. I hope this happens more and more across the Country as the government continues to break it's own laws and force criminals upon us. The local news covered this story live last night on the 11:00 news. There were still protestors at the site but the police divided them into 2 groups. those who were against the illegal aliens entering their town and those who supported bringing the illegals in. The side against the illegals was a larger crowd and several of them were waving American flags. The side who favored bringing the illegals in were waving a large mexican flag. Shows where these people's allegiences and loyalities are.