Mexican Consulate Speaks On Court Rights, But Is Questioned

Aug 3, 2011 | Posted by: Agent of Chaos | Full story:

As more states pass their own immigration enforcement laws, the debate is shifting from Washington, D.C. to the local level. That's why members of the Mexican Consulate of the Carolinas were in Charlotte, trying to get involved in protecting their citizens when facing the judicial system.
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#1 Aug 3, 2011
What an embarassment to Mexicans here legally, the Mexican government makes it seem that their citizens are all helpless and hapless.

If you're here legally, you should have no worries, what this man represents are the ILLEGALS, Mexico's government is worried that with an increase in deportations, the remittances to Mexico will decrease, and they don't want to have their peons returned to them, they'd have nothing to contribute to Mexico's economy.
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#2 Aug 3, 2011
Mexican government is worried they might lose some remitance money, they could care less about their citizens. Mexico is a joke and parasite country.

Omaha, NE

#3 Aug 3, 2011
The Mexican Consulates need to STFU and leave OUR country, period! I don't see anywhere they're concerned with the Mexican Santa Martha Prison, which a dog shouldn't be subjected to.

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