Several states and local jurisdictions across the United States have major criminal activity involving illegal aliens.
The fact that some areas have illegals in their boundaries at all, means they have a crime problem because illegal aliens are federal criminals the moment they cross the border illegally.
Federal Law exists in order to secure the borders of America and protect legal immigrants and natural born American citizens as well as secure the existence of our nation.
That hasn't stopped many police precincts and elected officials from ignoring federal laws however, <i>which is essentially equal to sedition in doing do</i>.
The Supreme Court of Arizona has ruled that while police cannot hold someone longer than the required time necessary to simply check their immigration status, police officers are required to check the immigration status while enforcing other laws or if the questioning officer reasonably suspects that the person might be in the country illegally.
That provision of the 2010 law known as S.B. 1070 <a href="https://www.aclu.org/issues/immigrants-rights/state-and-local-immigration-laws/arizonas-sb-1070">was upheld by the Supreme Court of Arizona.</a> was considered the most hotly disputed part of the law, which requires police to determine the immigration status of someone who is either arrested or detained when there is “reasonable suspicion” they are not in the United States legally.
In spite of the Supreme Court decision, Republican State Senator John Kavanagh says that the Phoenix Police Department adopted new policy changes which were meant to intentionally bypass the Arizona Supreme Court ruling.
Senator Kavanagh says that the policy updates were adopted in July, and says several Phoenix officers have anonymously (for fear of persecution from marxist supervisors and figures of authority) told him that the department is now restricting officers from checking a suspect's immigration status.
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According to information obtained by Senator Kavanagh the Police Department now instead appoints a specific “specialized supervisor” to vet an officer's request to verify if a suspect is an illegal alien, which avoids contacting federal agencies all together and stops deportations.
Yes, law enforcement agencies in heavily left wing cities and states are implementing policies to make the Federal Government obsolete and contradict federal laws.
“These are pretty glaring violations of SB 1070,” Kavanagh said. “They shouldn’t have implemented a patently illegal police operations order.”
A spokeswoman for the Phoenix Police Department, Julie Watters, says that her office has reviewed the police policies alongside several immigration attorneys and that the new policies are similar to that of neighboring communities in Mesa and Tucson.
This is a way to sidestep around admission that they're in violation of Federal Law, by instead saying <i>”well other cities are doing it too what about them”</i>, which is typical tricks from cultural marxists.
“And, just like other cities throughout Arizona, our policy is designed to protect victims and witnesses.” Watters said.
This isn't just something going on in Arizona either, New York and Chicago, Illinois as well as California have attempted to bypass Federal Law too.
However in Arizona Senator Kavanagh has the bravery to call out the police department, on behalf of the officers who fear retaliation.
Kavanagh is now demanding that m the State Attorney General review the policy of the Phoenix Police Department citing a 2016 law which allows a single lawmaker to trigger an investigation into corruption and criminal activity from public officials.
If the Attorney General determines that policy conflicts with state law, and possibly federal Laws, the city will then have 30 days to eliminate it or face loss of state tax revenue, and it could trigger an investigation from the United States Department of Justice.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions has been in contact with Kavanagh and has said that several parts of the new police operations order hinders the section of the law upheld by the Supreme Court.
“In one section, they say that the stop can only be if the person was pulled over for a crime. The law doesn’t say that. The law says any violation of any law or ordinance,” he said. “It can be littering, so they’re totally restrictive there.”
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