No, because we live in a society of law where arrest is based upon probable cause and guilt or innocence is based upon a finding of guilty beyond all reasonable doubt. You have to have a reason other than suspicion to arrest and you need evidence that the accused committed the charged crime to convict. If you don't like the system, move to Tehran and join Roxana Saberi.<quoted text>
Because we live in the great euphorian state of Minnesota. Here the criminal has more rights than the decent citizen, not to mention an immigration system run amok. But it's not only Minnesota, California just sent us one of their dirtbags after only seven years in prison for attempted murder.
As to Kathleen Soliah, ship the "person" back to California. I'm a neighbor and I dread when I end up seeing her.