Originally Posted By: Duffy
Originally Posted By: casa_mugrienta
Originally Posted By: Duffy
Originally Posted By: StuAzole
Originally Posted By: Wheelhouse
problem is - he was arrested multiple times before and released. he should have been deported first time he was arrested. his employer should have been slapped for hiring him. local law enforcement should have turned him over to ICE but didnt. he killed a cop who is a legal immigrant, a guy who did it the right way.

why are we protecting the guy who chooses to do it the wrong way?


Why didn't ICE deport him?


Beacuse local law enforcement was PROHIBITED by California law from alerting ICE of his presence....


Is this true?

If so, what do StuAzole and manfvckpig think about such prohibitions?


Yes its true.


No, it's not.

If there's a California law that prohibits local jurisdictions from communicating with ICE, please link to it.


Bock you