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Fed Appeals Court Protects “Habitual Drunkards” from Deportation

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In what may seem like a bad joke, a U.S. federal appellate court has ruled that an illegal immigrant convicted of drunk-driving can’t be deported because federal immigration law discriminates against “habitual drunkards” like him.

The case involves an illegal immigrant from Mexico, Salomon Ledezma-Cosino, with at least one drunk-driving conviction, possibly more. Ledezma-Cosino has lived in the U.S. illegally since 1997 and has eight kids, five of them anchor babies born in America. He works in the construction industry and has a criminal record. Ledezma-Cosino drank about a liter of tequila every day for a decade, according to medical records cited in federal court documents, and has been diagnosed with acute alcoholic hepatitis and cirrhosis of the liver. This man should be the poster child for deportation yet he remains in the country and is now further protected by a federal appellate court ruling.

That’s because this particular court, the notoriously leftist 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, believes the portion of federal immigration law that should get Ledezma-Cosino removed is discriminatory. For more than five decades a law enacted by Congress has stated that illegal aliens who are not of good moral character can be deported. This includes individuals with serious felony convictions, who have participated in genocide or torture, have two or more gambling offenses or have engaged in prostitution or drug-trafficking. Those who fail to pay court-ordered child support or alimony, smuggle aliens into the U.S., vote illegally or participate in religious persecution and are deemed “habitual drunkards” are also considered to lack the sort of good moral character that can get them removed from the country.

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Might as well erase "Moral Turpitude" while they're at it. 

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So town drunk is now an offical position...most you know where I'm going next:

 

So, to cut to the chase, where do I sign up o.o?

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Illegal aliens are criminals! Every last one of them.
How in the heck can it be against the law to follow the law?
He should have been deported the very first time he was arrested.
"Federal immigration law discriminates against"... criminal immigrants?

:vb_wtf:

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1 hour ago, Cinnamon said:

In what deem like a bad joke, a U.S.  federal appellate court has ruled that an illegal ibisconvicted of drunk-driving  can’t be deported because federal immigration law discriminates against “habitual drunkards” like him.

The case involves an illegal immigrant from Mexico, Salomon Ledezma-Cosino, with at least one drunk-driving conviction, possibly more. Ledezma-Cosino has lived in the U.S. illegally since 1997 and has eight kids, five of them anchor babies born in America. He works in the construction industry and has a criminal record. Ledezma-Cosino drank about a liter of tequila every day for a decade, according to medical records cited in federal court documents, and has been diagnosed with acute alcoholic hepatitis and cirrhosis of the liver. This man should be the poster child for deportation yet he remains in the country and is now further protected by a federal appellate court ruling.

That’s because this particular court, the notoriously leftist 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, believes the portion of federal immigration law that should get Ledezma-Cosino removed is discriminatory. For more than five decades a law enacted by Congress has stated that illegal aliens who are not of good moral character can be deported. This includes individuals with serious felony convictions, who have participated in genocide or torture, have two or more gambling offenses or have engaged in prostitution or drug-trafficking. Those who fail to pay court-ordered child support or alimony, smuggle aliens into the U.S., vote illegally or participate in religious persecution and are deemed “habitual drunkards” are also considered to lack the sort of good moral character that can get them removed from the country.

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article link won't post in full:

http://www.judicialwatch.org

Might as well erase "Moral Turpitude" while they're at it. 

So technically theyll Be able to stay in the country if theyre Drunk when apprehended. Every time an illegal is drunk he really is completely legal under that ruling. America is supermans BIZZARO WORLD!

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10 minutes ago, Guest said:

So technically theyll Be able to stay in the country if theyre Drunk when apprehended. Every time an illegal is drunk he really is completely legal under that ruling. America is supermans BIZZARO WORLD!

They're always drunk so that means they won't have to be deported.  Get the picture?

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