546 'criminal aliens' flagged
Charleston County detention officers have flagged hundreds of illegal aliens for deportation since they began screening the immigration status of inmates this year as part of a federal program.
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Since: Aug 09
#1 Dec 13, 2010
>>Authorities hail the program as a way to rid the county of undocumented criminals, but some worry it will chill law enforcement efforts to build trust and cooperation with the Hispanic community.<<
Why would they worry about theur efforts to built trust and cooperation with the Hispanic community? If illegal, they are criminals and should be deported. To keep them out make sure their photos are available for every law enforcement to check out before they disappear into the woodwork again. Implanted chips would work wonders too. Every dog has its day and can be returned to its owners.
Legal immigrants should not get between illegals and the laws of the land that immigrants wish to reside in. Trust and cooperation with the Hispanic community should work both ways.
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