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U.S. and World News - Hispanic Groups Charge Police With Random...

There are 10 comments on the First Coast News Jacksonville story from Oct 16, 2007, titled U.S. and World News - Hispanic Groups Charge Police With Random.... In it, First Coast News Jacksonville reports that:

WUSA-TV Video Report By Cindy Pena WUSA-TV Washington D.C. WOODBRIDGE, VA -- From the businesses to the workers gathering on street corners, you can see the immigrant community is growing in Prince William ...

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Gary

Mclean, VA

#1 Oct 21, 2007
Lacking probable cause that a crime has been committed, police do not have the right to arrest, detain or even question ordinary citizens. The citizens can simply invoke their rights under the 5th amendment.
Tom Jones

United States

#2 Oct 22, 2007
Yeh Good luck they do this to Whites and Blacks
in America all day long where you been under a rock This is Virginia forget PWC. The Police
do what they want
No hasty conclusions

Jacksonville, FL

#3 Oct 22, 2007
Gary wrote:
Lacking probable cause that a crime has been committed, police do not have the right to arrest, detain or even question ordinary citizens. The citizens can simply invoke their rights under the 5th amendment.
You need to bone up on your laws and definitions. To temporarily detain and question requires "reasonable suspicion" that a crime has been committed or that a person has acted in a suspicious manner as in a fertive move when approached by a police officer. In the course of an investigation of a crime, many people may be detained and questioned, some may turn out to be witnesses and others not even remotely involved.

“Save the drama fer yer mama!!!”

Since: Mar 07

North Cackalacky

#4 Oct 24, 2007
If you are here legally and have paperwork to prove it then you should have nothing to worry about and nothing to hide.
the truth

Jacksonville, FL

#5 Oct 24, 2007
Gary wrote:
Lacking probable cause that a crime has been committed, police do not have the right to arrest, detain or even question ordinary citizens. The citizens can simply invoke their rights under the 5th amendment.
I think the key word is 'ordinary citizens'
Dinah

Dover, DE

#6 Oct 25, 2007
I read the article. FIRST the writers have committed the first sin---LYING. When you send FACTS through the wash and spin cycle you end up LYING.

These "immigrants" as they are called are not LEGAL immigrants; either have false papers or no papers. Hence the word "illegal". THAT is what these people so conveniently forget. If they had the RIGHT papers, they might have better luck going through an employment service or doing what the native population does. I guess they want no questions asked.

I APPLAUD the police for doing a good job, and I APPLAUD the county for having the GUTS to stand up when our OWN federal government WON'T.

We do not have infinite space and jobs here and we DO have a native population (native as in BORN in this country or naturalized) that have established themselves and done their part to contribute to the society in which they live. I suppose we are to IGNORE that.

I have BEEN to these places in which these so called workers congregate. They bug people for any work,(not in English mind you), urinate in public, leave their trash lie around, get DRUNK in public and then get sick. Oh, yeah. These are GREAT workers that we want to build our homes. Yeah.

Then to add injury to insult they gather to themselves teams of advocates and lawyers, come before OUR county board of supervisors and DEMAND their "rights". They are FAR rom "helpless".
"Si Se Puede!" I am so sick of that I don't want to see it in the flesh again.
I held myself back and just observed. Some old vets have the guts NOT to hold back.

I've SEEN this article before long ago, when it came out. Let's not FORGET.

We also need to somehow hold the news services accountable for their own stories. We are TIRED of the wash and spin cycle they put these SERIOUS ISSUES through. No detail, no background just whining. That plays into the hands of these illegals and actually benefits them. I think the local news people who write these things should be CALLED what they are:
TRAITORS.
Dinah

Dover, DE

#7 Oct 25, 2007
Gary wrote:
Lacking probable cause that a crime has been committed, police do not have the right to arrest, detain or even question ordinary citizens. The citizens can simply invoke their rights under the 5th amendment.
Well excuse me. If ANY citizen were to do what these people are doing, after getting complaints from the locals, you dang well BET the police could have "probable cause". Now how about telling us all what the 5th amendment REALLY says and how it applies to THIS situation.
Dinah

Dover, DE

#8 Oct 25, 2007
Tom Jones wrote:
Yeh Good luck they do this to Whites and Blacks
in America all day long where you been under a rock This is Virginia forget PWC. The Police
do what they want
And YOU are ignorant. Try studying the laws a little more.
crow

Jacksonville, FL

#9 Oct 25, 2007
Gary wrote:
Lacking probable cause that a crime has been committed, police do not have the right to arrest, detain or even question ordinary citizens. The citizens can simply invoke their rights under the 5th amendment.
Gary, you would have to try real hard to be any more wrong than what you say here!
Tom Jones

United States

#10 Oct 26, 2007
I charge the VA system of law and justice
with abuse for all how is that for ya you crackers

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