Congressional testimony touches on county's 287 (g) program
Alamance County Sheriff Terry Johnson was partly the subject of a Congressional testimony Thursday about the negative effects the 287 program is having in North Carolina.
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#1 Apr 8, 2009
kinda funny that no one is asked to testify that is in agreement with the 287G, why are the Sheriffs not asked to give their input, why not ICE, a one sided investigation will always smell like a skunk, just like the congressmen doing this, they have even brought Sharpton and his big mouth onto the scene against Sheriff Joe now, does he not know that the black unemployment is higher than that of the latino,mainly because they are illegal and work for lower wages, I guess he forgot what is job really is, I hope his followers remember when they want a job and what he has done
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