Federal Judge Blocks Texas Ban on Sanctuary Cities

WETBACK PROTESTERS AT SAN ANTONIO’S FEDERAL COURT HOUSE.

A Mexican judge with the good fortune to be born on this side of the border has ruled that reining in sanctuary cities is not allowed. Judge Orlando Garcia has issued a temporary restraining order blocking the enforcement of Texas new law banning sanctuary cities within the state.

In all honesty, how can a Mexican judge be independent and unbiased in a case like this? He should have recused himself.

He was the judge assigned to my lawsuit, but offered to recuse himself because he teaches part-time at the university. I took him up on his offer and got a 85 year old white man assigned to my lawsuit, not that it did any good.

All of these judges rely heavily on their law clerks to research the law and write up their rulings for them. In South Texas, the law clerks are almost all Hispanic.

New York Times

HOUSTON — A federal judge in San Antonio on Wednesday blocked Texas from enforcing its ban on so-called sanctuary cities, questioning the constitutionality of a law that has pitted Republican state leaders against several Democratic-leaning cities.

The judge’s ruling was only temporary, and prevents the law from taking effect on Friday while a suit against it goes forward. But the decision, which Texas said it would appeal, served as a legal blow to one of the toughest state-issued immigration laws in the country and puts the brakes on a measure backed by the Trump administration that critics had called anti-Latino. The law has become so divisive that it served as the backdrop of a shoving match at the Texas Capitol between Hispanic Democratic lawmakers and their white Republican colleagues.

The law, known as Senate Bill 4 or S.B. 4, prohibits cities and counties from adopting policies that limit immigration enforcement, allows police officers to question the immigration status of anyone they detain or arrest and threatens officials who violate the law with fines, jail time and removal from office. It also directs local officials to cooperate with so-called immigration detainer requests, which allow foreign-born detainees to be transferred to federal custody after they are released from state or local custody.

A number of the state’s biggest cities, including Houston, Austin, San Antonio and Dallas, all of which are run by Democrats, joined a lawsuit against Texas seeking to strike down the law, which was passed by the Republican-controlled Legislature and signed by the Republican governor, Greg Abbott, in May.

JUDGE ORLANDO GARCIA AND HIS COURTHOUSE. IT’S ROUND.

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Daily Beast Propaganda: “Mom Deported Because She Didn’t Change Lanes”

MOM HAD TO GO BACK.

Beatriz del Carmen Morelos Barajas was in the United States illegally. The law says that she is subject to deportation. She would have known that. It’s a risk she took. The fact that she dropped four sprogs in the United States is irrelevant. They can go live with her in Mexico if they want.

Daily Beast

The moment that would forever change the lives of Beatriz Morelos, her husband, and their four children came just after noon on July 23, as she drove from work to their home in Painesville, Ohio.
The 33-year-old mother of three girls and a boy was traveling along Interstate 77 when she failed to put an entire lane between her vehicle and an Ohio State Highway Patrol cruiser parked on the shoulder.

Trooper Scott Boyle of the Ohio Patrol, who had graduated from the academy just four months before, responded with a rookie’s zeal and pulled her over. He issued her summons #OHP280747072320171314 for violation of Section 4511.213 of state vehicular law, which requires motorists to “change lanes into a lane that is not adjacent to that of a stationary public safety vehicle.”

That would have been that, but Morelos was an undocumented immigrant. And in Ohio that meant she had been unable to obtain a driver’s license. Boyle arrested her for violation of Section 4510.12, which states that no person “shall operate any motor vehicle upon a public road or highway or any public or private property used by the public for purposes of vehicular travel or parking in this state unless the person has a valid driver’s license.”

At 1:15 p.m. the following day, Morelos appeared in Painesville Municipal Court. She pleaded guilty to both charges and was fined $100, along with a list of other costs, including $5 for “legal research,” $15 in “sheriff fees,” and $8 for “special projects.” The total came to $250, and she would have only needed to pay it to return to the modest apartment complex where she lived with her family.

But a computer check had shown that she had been detained in Nogales, Arizona, while illegally crossing the border from Mexico to the United States back in 2000. She had been returned to Mexico in 2001 but soon after had crossed the border again and eventually settled in Painesville. She married David Casillas, who is residing legally in the U.S. on a work visa. Their four children were all American born and are now aged 3 to 13.

LEGALLY, ONLY THE MOM IS NOT AMERICAN.

For 16 years, Morelos and her husband had worked manual jobs that her lawyer, Elizabeth Ford, describes as tasks most Americans would not want to do. Her record shows no encounters with the police other than the traffic stop late last month.

None of that mattered. The Ohio authorities notified ICE, which took Morelos into custody. Morelos, who is also known as Beatriz del Carmen Morelos Barajas, was lodged in the ICE holding facility at the Seneca County jail in Tiffin, Ohio, a two-and-a-half-hour drive from Painesville.

“On July 24, Beatriz del Carmen Morelos Barajas, an illegally present citizen of Mexico, was arrested by U.S. immigration authorities, following her local arrest in Paynesville, Ohio,” ICE reported in a statement. “Morelos was previously removed from the United States in 2001. ICE has reinstated her previously issued final order of removal, and she will remain in agency custody pending removal from the U.S.”

The reinstatement of the 2001 order meant Morelos would be deported without any further legal proceedings.

“No judge, no case heard,” the attorney, Ford, said.

To make her plight a total nightmare, Morelos was slated to be sent across the border at Nuevo Laredo in the Mexican state of Tamaulipas. The area is so dangerous that the U.S. State Department has posted an advisory against venturing there.

The nice Mexican lady is back in Mexico, where her husband drove to be with her. The rest of the long propaganda piece at the Daily Beast provides details about how dangerous and horrible Mexico is. Why, it’s downright mean of America to send these poor innocent moms back. That’s the propaganda spiel anyway.

Since Beatriz is a nice lady maybe she can work in Mexico toward stopping the crime and violence. In other words, maybe she can:

MAKE MEXICO GREAT AGAIN!

Man Who Allegedly Raped Oregon Woman Had Previous ICE Detainer, 13 Deportations

SERGIO JOSE MARTINEZ. ALLEGEDLY RAPED TWO WOMEN IN ONE DAY.

Well, this friendly looking Obama dreamer sure appears to have a huge percentage of Negroid genes. Sergio combines the black lack of self control with the meanness of the Mestizo.

He may look dumb, but he’s smart enough to reside in Oregon, which is a so-called sanctuary state, one of the most liberal in the nation.

It’s an absolute outrage that this beaner is in the USA. It’s even more outrageous that Oregon is going to be protecting this filthy rapist.

Daily Caller

The man accused of a brutal sexual assault of an Oregon woman is a “serial immigration violator” who was previously released from the Multnomah County Jail despite a formal detention request, federal officials confirmed Friday.

Sergio Jose Martinez, an illegal immigrant from Mexico, had been deported at least 13 times since 2008, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) spokesperson Virginia Kice confirmed to Portland’s KATU2. Martinez, 31, was also the subject of an ICE detainer request placed Dec. 7, 2016 with the Multnomah County Jail, where he was being held on local charges.

Because Oregon law prohibits police from using agency resources to enforce immigration law, jail officials released Martinez the following day without notifying ICE.

“ICE last encountered Mr. Martinez Dec. 7, 2016, at the Multnomah County Jail and lodged an immigration detainer against him at that time requesting that the agency be notified prior to his release,” Kice said in a statement. “However, despite the detainer, local authorities released Mr. Martinez back into the community the following day without providing any notification to ICE.”

Martinez is accused of two separate attacks against women in Portland on Monday, reports local CBS affiliate KOIN. Police say Martinez first broke into the apartment of a 65-year-old woman, bound her hands and feet with scarves, and proceeded to sexually assault her.

Later that day, he confronted a woman in a parking garage with a knife and threatened to kill her. Police suspect that Martinez was attempting to kidnap the woman as she left work.

As KOIN reports, Martinez has a lengthy criminal history in Oregon and California. He has been arrested at least 20 times for offenses ranging from burglary and drug possession to auto theft and hit and run, according to police records. Along with local charges, Martinez has been deported back to Mexico on several occasions, most recently on Nov. 2, 2016.

Oregon has for many years been one of the nation’s most restrictive states when it comes to allowing local law enforcement to cooperate with federal immigration authorities. A 1986 law prevents police from using any resources to arrest or detain people whose “only violation of law is that they are persons of foreign citizenship present in the United States in violation of federal immigration laws.” The Oregon legislature passed a law in late June that expands that prohibition to all “public bodies” within the state.

Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO) policy prevents the agency from honoring ICE detainers, which are administrative requests to hold a criminal alien for up to 48 hours so ICE officers can take the suspect into custody. MCSO only holds suspects for immigration agents if they are subject to a federal arrest warrant signed by a judge or magistrate.

Multnomah County Sheriff Mike Reese explained in a September 2016 statement that MCSO policy is determined by Oregon law and a 2014 federal court decision in Miranda-Olivares v. Clackamas County, Oregon. In that case, magistrate Judge Janice Stewart ruled that holding illegal alien based on an ICE detainer is a violation of the Fourth Amendment if the detention request is not backed by a federal arrest warrant.

ICE has lodged another detainer against Martinez, reports The Oregonian.

Enough stories like this one permeated the filter of silence that the big media has placed around Mestizo criminality. That’s why we elected Donald Trump and we keep pushing for the wall.

This CNN sketch of the wall must have been deliberately made to look unattractive.

Illegal Alien Allegedly Burns Apartments for Revenge, 130 Left Homeless

Mexicans are so hard working. They do the arson that Americans won’t do.

Brietbart

An illegal alien from Mexico sits in a North Carolina jail after allegedly setting fire to an apartment complex to get revenge on an ex-girlfriend. The fire left 130 residents homeless.

Police arrested Jesus Reyes Lopez, 20, after he reportedly started a fire at the Woodscape Apartments in Charlotte, North Carolina late last week. The fire damaged 40 apartment units and drove 130 people from their homes, the Charlotte Observer reported.

The Mecklenburg County Sheriff’s Office uncovered Lopez’s immigration status utilizing equipment and training provided by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) under the 287(g) program. The program allows access to ICE databases to aid inidentifying illegal immigrants and other possible security threats. Sheriff Irwin Carmichael told the local newspaper this program makes both his staff and the community safer. ICE officials placed an immigration hold on the Mexican national to prevent him being released back into the community.

Lopez now faces two counts of attempted murder, arson, and damage to property by use of an incendiary device, the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department posted on its Facebook page.

Sheriff Carmichael praised the 278(g) program. He said that information obtained by utilizing federal immigration resources has uncovered illegal aliens wanted for felony child abuse, murder, and possessing a weapon of mass destruction.

Residents of the apartment complex were lucky to escape the fire with their lives. Some families jumped from second and third story windows to escape from the fire.

The local chapter of the American Red Cross is working to find homes for the 130 displaced residents.

The fire, allegedly started by Lopez, reportedly started to target his ex-girlfriend and then got out of control. Officials estimated the fire caused more than $1.3 million in damages.

Black Trucker Charged in 10 Human Trafficking Deaths, Facing Death Penalty

JAMES MATTHEW BRADLEY, JR., AGE 60. DINDU NUFFINS.

It turns out that the driver of the illegal Mestizo migrant death truck is black. He tells an unbelievable story about not knowing anyone was inside the trailer he was hauling. Even by Negro standards of stupid, his story makes no sense.

Naturally, his fiance says he’s a good fellow who would never do anything wrong.

AP via NOLA

SAN ANTONIO — The driver of a broiling tractor-trailer found packed with immigrants outside a Walmart in San Antonio was charged Monday in the deaths of 10 of his passengers and could face the death penalty over the hellish journey.

In outlining their immigrant-smuggling case against James Matthew Bradley Jr., 60, federal prosecutors depicted the trailer as pitch-black, crammed with around 90 people or more by some estimates, and so suffocatingly hot that one passenger said they took turns breathing through a hole and pounding on the walls to get the driver’s attention.

Bradley appeared in federal court on charges of illegally transporting immigrants for financial gain, resulting in death. The Clearwater, Florida, man was ordered held for another hearing on Thursday.

He did not enter a plea or say anything about what happened. But in court papers, he told authorities he didn’t realize anyone was inside his rig until he parked and got out to relieve himself.

Over the weekend, authorities discovered eight bodies inside the crowded 18-wheeler parked in the summer heat, and two more victims died at the hospital. Nearly 20 others rescued from the rig were hospitalized in dire condition, many suffering from extreme dehydration and heatstroke.

At least some of those aboard were from Mexico and Guatemala, authorities said.

Bradley told investigators that the trailer had been sold and he was transporting it for his boss from Iowa to Brownsville, Texas. After hearing banging and shaking, he opened the door and was “surprised when he was run over by ‘Spanish’ people and knocked to the ground,” according to the criminal complaint.

Bradley told investigators that he knew the trailer refrigeration system didn’t work and that the four ventilation holes were probably clogged. He also said he did not call 911, even though he knew at least one passenger was dead.

The truck was registered to Pyle Transportation Inc. of Schaller, Iowa. President Brian Pyle said that he had sold the truck to a man in Mexico and that Bradley was an independent contractor who was supposed to deliver it to a pick-up point in Brownsville.

“I’m absolutely sorry it happened. I really am. It’s shocking. I’m sorry my name was on it,” Pyle said, referring to the truck. He said he had no idea why Bradley took the looping route he described to investigators.

Bradley told authorities that he had stopped in Laredo, Texas — which would have been out of his way if he were traveling directly to Brownsville — to get the truck washed and detailed before heading back 150 miles (240 kilometers) north to San Antonio. From there, he would have had to drive 275 miles south again to get to Brownsville.

“I just can’t believe it. I’m stunned, shocked. He is too good a person to do anything like this,” said Bradley’s fiancee, Darnisha Rose of Louisville, Kentucky. “He helps people, he doesn’t hurt people.”

She said Bradley told her he had no idea how the immigrants got into his trailer.

One of the passengers told investigators that he was in a group of 24 people who had been in a “stash house” in Laredo for 11 days before being taken to the tractor-trailer.

A passenger told investigators that he and others crossed into the U.S. by raft, paying smugglers 12,500 Mexican pesos (about $700). They were then put aboard the truck to be taken to San Antonio, according to the criminal complaint. He said he was supposed to pay the smugglers $5,500 once he got there.

He said that those in the truck were given no water or food and that the immigrants soon began to struggle to breathe and started passing out.

Latin Americans who enter the United States illegally often hire smuggling networks to guide them across the border by foot or raft, put them in safe houses and then give them rides to their destination in the U.S.

“Even though they have the driver in custody, I can guarantee you there’s going to be many more people we’re looking for to prosecute,” said Thomas Homan, acting director of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

Getting the truth out of this situation should be easy when the surviving illegals are interviewed.

8 Dead, Including 2 Children, Found in Human Trafficking Bigrig Parked at San Antonio Walmart

San Antonio, Texas is a so-called sanctuary city, which makes it a magnet for illegals coming across the border, which is just 150 miles away. Unofficially, the city is about 80 percent Mexican.

Illegals are everywhere. They do not “live in the shadows” here.

Build that wall, President Trump.

NBC News

Eight people were found dead and some 17 with life-threatening injuries in the back of a packed and overheated 18 wheeler in San Antonio, Texas, early on Sunday.

A security guard at a Walmart in the southwest of the city received a tipoff from an unknown individual that a tractor-trailer in the store’s parking lot was full of migrants, said Joe Arrington, a spokesman for the San Antonio Fire Department.

The person had been in truck and approached the member of staff to ask for water, San Antonio Police Chief William McManus later told reporters.

The security guard found the dead and sick when he searched the back of the truck, said Arrington. There were a total of 38 people inside, including at least two school-aged children, Fire Chief Charles Hood told reporters. He warned the numbers might change.

“The truck was loaded with people,” he said.

Some of those inside the semi ran into nearby woods, triggering a search by helicopter and on foot, McManus said, adding that police would look for the escapees again in the morning.

“We’re looking at a human trafficking crime here this evening,” he said, describing it as a “horrific tragedy.” He added that the Department of Homeland Security were working with local police.

The driver of the vehicle is in custody, according to police. After the victims have been treated they will be investigated by the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), McManus said.

First responders raced to the scene shortly after 12.30 a.m. (1.30 a.m. ET) and the injured were rushed to hospital, officials said.

Hood said the people in the truck were “very hot to the touch” and that there were no signs of water inside. He added that the air conditioning was not working.

“Our paramedics and firefighters found that each one of them had heart rates over about 130 beats per minutes,” he said.

“You’re looking at a lot of heat stroke, a lot of dehydration,” he added.

The National Weather Service said the temperature in San Antonio hit 101 degrees just before 5 p.m. local (6 a.m. ET) Saturday and didn’t dip below 90 degrees until after 10 p.m. local time (11 p.m. ET), according to the Associated Press.

CCTV images from before the emergency services arrived showed several cars turn up to pick up many of those who had survived the journey inside the truck, said McManus.

The driver and anyone else involved in the incident will be facing state and federal charges, McManus said.

“This is not an isolated incident,” he said, as he urged anyone who sees anything similar to call 911. “Fortunately we came across this one, fortunately there are people who survived. But this happens all the time.”

Officials said they did not yet know where the trailer had come from or how long it had been in San Antonio.

Massive Street Bowel Movements as ICE Dumps Illegal Aliens in Small Pennsylvania Town

Gypsies, known as the Roma to those who follow the rules of political correctness, come from Northern India originally. They are widely despised in Europe. Now, a small town in Pennsylvania is being culturally enriched by their presence.

Excerpt from Narrative-Collapse

ICE has dumped over forty illegal aliens on a small Pennsylvania community. They were released from ICE custody under the Alternative to Detention [ATD] program. ATD is considered a “humane alternative” to detention centers but does take into account the communities that are affected. Some of them are required to wear GPS ankle bracelets.

The illegal aliens are Gypsies, allegedly from Bucharest, Romania. They have been placed in California, PA which is a town of fewer than seven thousand people. Since Romania was admitted to the EU, there has a been exodus of Gypsies who seek greater welfare benefits in other countries. This is sometimes referred to as “benefits tourism.”

One hundred and fifty townspeople packed a community meeting to voice their outrage over the behavior of the Gypsies. The primary complaint is the practice of open defecation by the men and children. Many will defecate on public streets. Townspeople also complained that they butcher chickens in public areas, throw trash everywhere, disregard traffic laws, and engaging in unruly behavior at public places.

AMERICAN CHICKENS NEED OUR HELP.

The Gypsies are playing the race card. They claim they face persecution in Romania and are demanding asylum in the United States.

The town authorities say they were given no advance warning by the Federal government. They say they feel like the Feds are ignoring them. The Gypsies are renting apartments from local real estate agent Vito Dentino. The Federal government is presumably paying for their rent. Dentino has warned the community that as many as one hundred more Gypsies may be on the way.

The townspeople are being told to give the Gypsies more time to assimilate. However, Gypsies have lived in Romania for hundreds of years, but never assimilated. The Romanian government has tried in vain to assimilate Gypsies since the 1850s. In the 19th Century, the government encouraged inter-marriage, moved Gypsies into the cities, and made public education mandatory for Gypsies to send their children to school.

All of this had little effect. To this day, the Romanian government still struggles to get Gypsies to send their children to public schools. Across Europe, Gypsies are most commonly associated with very negative attributes like high rates of crime and welfare abuse.

It’s a mystery as to why California, Pa. was selected to be culturally enriched.

This Fox News story quotes town liberals about how awesome the gypsies are.

Liberalism is a mental illness.

STREET SHITTERS IN INDIA.