Pranksters post fake 'sanctuary state' signs on California border

Pranksters post fake 'sanctuary state' signs on California border

Pranksters post fake 'sanctuary state' signs on California border

"I will oppose anti-immigrant policies, regardless of the personal consequences, because spreading fear and making threats makes us all less safe". "That's an alien smuggling statute", he said. He said those policies put ICE officers at risk by forcing them to seek undocumented immigrants in the community, and he vowed to flood such areas with agents.

At least two fake signs welcoming "felons, illegals and MS13" to California's "sanctuary state" were removed from freeways near the border with Nevada and Arizona, according to news reports. The law gives undocumented immigrants additional protections by making it more hard for local law enforcement agencies to hold them for federal authorities. According to Immigration and Customs Enforcement Secretary Thomas Homan, almost 10,000 criminal aliens who have been released back onto the streets due to sanctuary policies have recommitted crimes. Huyen Pham, a law professor at Texas A&M who focuses on immigration law and enforcement, tells Mother Jones it's a "stretch" to think sanctuary cities are coming "anywhere close" to doing that. "If the politicians in California don't want to protect their communities, then ICE will". "Can we hold them accountable?" Sonoma County didn't honor the detainer, what happened? "Now she has two young daughters without a mother", Homan said on Fox.

California's state sanctuary bill from past year does not prohibit ICE agents from doing their jobs, does not prohibit sheriffs from allowing ICE agents to visit California jails to conduct routine interviews, and does not prohibit cooperation with federal officials for deportations related to serious offences. "More criminal aliens will be coming to California".

On Tuesday, Homan said that transnational drug cartels "are using this sanctuary state law as a selling point".

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An Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agent detains a convicted criminal alien in Los Angeles, Calif., on October 14, 2015.

It also prevents local jails from holding inmates for up to 48 hours longer when ICE makes a request for transfer-except for inmates who have committed certain violent crimes, such as murder, robbery, rape, or kidnapping. Moreover, he argued Brown should be criminally charged over the law.

Cecillia Wang, the ACLU's deputy legal director, echoed these sentiments and said in a statement that there is "no valid basis to prosecute any state or local official under federal criminal law for carrying out a sanctuary policy". The legislation, which went into effect at the start of the year, blocks law enforcement officials from asking someone about their immigration status and from holding an immigrant in jail to assist ICE. "Is there a shred of civility, dignity or intelligence left in this president or in this administration?"

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