We Want Justice
First, there's this from The Cincinnati Enquirer online:
The 18 Hispanic men who were taken from a Wayne Township building site Thursday after telling sheriff's deputies they were illegal aliens were released without charges.Yeah, so that needs to change. It is imperative that state and local law enforcement be authorized, trained, encouraged and begged to do what ICE is not/will not/WHATEVER. ICE is a freakin' joke. I called my local ICE office the day before the first huge pro-illegal march Chicago. I got someone who could barely speak English, for cryin' out loud, who got snippy with me when I mentioned that thousands of illegal immigrants would be conveniently gathered right downtown the next day. The irony is excruciating.
The reason? The sheriff's office does not have the authority to enforce federal immigration laws, Butler County Sheriff Rick Jones said Friday.
The case has been referred to immigration officials and the sheriff's office is continuing its investigation to find the employer, he said.
Richard Wilkens, resident agent in charge of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's Cincinnati office, said that, in general, local law enforcement has the authority to take illegal aliens or suspected illegals into custody only if they are charging them with violation of an Ohio law.Frustrating, isn't it? Cops with the manpower, intelligence and WILL to spot illegal aliens and do something about it. ICE agents with a book of rules, an attitude, and cojones pequenos.
"These guys did this all on their own," he said.
"At no time did they contact us until after they had the individuals in custody and didn't know what to do with them.
"I don't know what the Ohio state law violation was. If they had a state law violation that they arrested the people for, then they are fine. But if they arrested the individuals for being suspected illegal aliens, they don't have the authority to do that."
It gets even better when you find out how this all went down:
The detainments occurred after Butler deputies received a report of an argument at a home partially constructed at Windy Meadow Estates in Wayne Township.And if you think it's bad enough that working Americans, threatened by the invasion of our country by
A man who identified himself as Joe Payne called the sheriff's office at 10:19 a.m. and said: "I need a sheriff out here. ... I'm working out here on a construction site and there's about 20, 30 Mexicans and about five or six Americans and we're about ready to all fight because they're all illegal aliens out here and we're Americans and they're out here taking our jobs."
When deputies arrived, they asked the Hispanic men for identification. Some said they had none and others showed papers that Capt. Norm Lewis said were "obviously bogus."
The men were detained, then released by 11 p.m.
So an American citizen, at work, calls the police seeking intervention in a volatile situation. The police are drawing fire for detaining people suspected of breaking our laws. The American workers are fired. The illegal aliens are released and, apparently, still working.
They say they were only trying to prevent trouble-, now they find themselves out of a job.
A worker at a home construction site in Butler County's Wayne Township called the sheriff's department to say trouble was brewing between his work crew and a group of hispanic workers earlier this week.
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Aaron Payne and his brother Joe gathered up their scaffolding and braces and moved on Saturday.
Aaron is a masonry subcontractor.
He says he and his five employees were fired by the builder of this home for making the call to deputies. That call led to the detainment of these workers who admitted to being illegal immigrants. On top of being fired, Payne says they aren't being paid for the work they've done.
"We do good work as much as they do and here I am leaving and their stuff is still down on the house." said Aaron Payne.
A week ago our president addressed the nation on immigration and said "America needs to conduct this debate in a reasoned and respectful tone." Now, I've got nothing against reasoned and respectful. But would you ask someone who's being held down and sodomized to respond in a reasoned and respectful tone?
I don't know about you, but I'm ready for a little justice up in this joint. Because America's citizens and legal immigrants are the victims here (the kind who FIGHT BACK)...and our government, the media, and the open borders crowd are too busy throwing a pity party (complete with party favors like amnesty) for people who violate our laws to realize that they are taking part in the gang rape of America.