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ICE Leader: Agents Prohibited From Enforcing Two Most Fundamental Sections of U.S. Immigration Law

Robin311 Wrote: Feb 06, 2013 10:35 AM
That's often true, but I given that the employees are being punished by the superiors for enforcing the law and ridiculed by just about everyone else for failing to enforce the law, plus the potential of being put in dangerous situations....I can see why even someone in a Union would hit a point where they'd recognize speaking out honestly is the best policy.
Troy103 Wrote: Feb 06, 2013 11:48 AM
Eric Holder couldn't possibly have anything to do with this. Could he?

Yesterday during a House Judiciary Committee hearing on Capitol Hill, National Immigration and Customs Enforcement Council 118 of the American Federation of Government Employees President Chris Crane testified that immigration reform isn't about reform at all, but instead is about politics.

"Death or serious injury to ICE officers and agents appears more acceptable to ICE, DHS, and Administration leadership, than the public complaints that would be lodged by special interest groups representing illegal aliens," Crane said.

Crane detailed the massive problems within the agency with enforcement, how illegal aliens lie to work the system, how illegal aliens will...