Arizona police see "difficulties" enf...

Arizona police see "difficulties" enforcing immigration law

There are 23 comments on the Reuters story from Jun 26, 2012, titled Arizona police see "difficulties" enforcing immigration law. In it, Reuters reports that:

For Arizona sheriff Antonio Estrada, enforcing a state law that requires officers to determine the immigration status of people they stop and suspect are in the United States illegally was always going to be difficult.

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Since: Apr 10

Houston, TX

#1 Jun 26, 2012
They sound like the federal government. If they can't enforce the law maybe they should be replaced so they can sell insurance or shoes.
Pro Illegal Douche Bags

AOL

#2 Jun 27, 2012
spytheweb wrote:
They sound like the federal government. If they can't enforce the law maybe they should be replaced so they can sell insurance or shoes.
If the pendejo can't, or won't, do his job, give him a push cart and put him on the steet selling burritos to the illegals so he can earn his own living rather than being paid by the taxpayers for a job he can't, or won't, do...

Most of these mexican baboso law enforcement officers are anti American pro LaRaza, pro open border, pro illegal, pro reconquista sympathizers who just don't want to arrest their mexican "brothers" for any reason anyway.
grab a cold butttttttt

Carol Stream, IL

#3 Jun 27, 2012
spytheweb wrote:
They sound like the federal government. If they can't enforce the law maybe they should be replaced so they can sell insurance or shoes.
AZwil send junk bondbond for hire special poolis;)
Dee Dee Dee

Oswego, NY

#5 Jun 27, 2012
Compared to the difficulties face by the victims of illegal aliens and their families I am sure a qualified and competent LEO can handle it. As for the few that can't it is time for a new line of work. I hear that there are some open spots along the highway to sell produce that "falls off the truck" since AZ1070.
Free is free

United States

#6 Jun 27, 2012
Well, if Sheriff Estrada can't figure it out, I'm sure someone who can would be more than willing to take the job.
Memo From Turner

Bellmore, NY

#7 Jun 27, 2012
Last year Arizona police pulled this guy over for running a red light. Using their special skills obtained through extensive training they determined that there was nothing suspicious about him and they let him go with just a warning. Not even a ticket for running the red light.

http://currentconcepts.wordpress.com/2011/01/...

Three hours later he killed six people and shot 13 others including a Congresswoman.

You would think the gleam in his eye would have provided a clue. I'm sure they will have much better luck identifying illegal immigrants than they do with homicidal maniacs.

http://www.nytimes.com/2011/01/13/us/politics...

Since: Jan 12

Haslet, TX

#8 Jun 27, 2012
grab a cold butttttttt wrote:
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AZwil send junk bondbond for hire special poolis;)
What?
Free is free

United States

#10 Jun 27, 2012
Wow. That's *really* stretching it to say that "having a gleam in one's eye" constitutes probable cause. I'm sure that some mornings when I leave my GF's house on my evil death machine sportbike, I have a gleam in my eye..

You did read the part of the article you provided where the officer said the contact was very cordial and that Loughner was very forthcoming, right?

It's a good thing you're not a LEO. Maybe that's why you mistrust them so - you know how bad you'd be at it.
Memo From Turner wrote:
Last year Arizona police pulled this guy over for running a red light. Using their special skills obtained through extensive training they determined that there was nothing suspicious about him and they let him go with just a warning. Not even a ticket for running the red light.
http://currentconcepts.wordpress.com/2011/01/...
Three hours later he killed six people and shot 13 others including a Congresswoman.
You would think the gleam in his eye would have provided a clue. I'm sure they will have much better luck identifying illegal immigrants than they do with homicidal maniacs.
http://www.nytimes.com/2011/01/13/us/politics...
Dee Dee Dee

Emmaus, PA

#12 Jun 27, 2012
Memo From Turner wrote:
Last year Arizona police pulled this guy over for running a red light. Using their special skills obtained through extensive training they determined that there was nothing suspicious about him and they let him go with just a warning. Not even a ticket for running the red light.
http://currentconcepts.wordpress.com/2011/01/...
Three hours later he killed six people and shot 13 others including a Congresswoman.
You would think the gleam in his eye would have provided a clue. I'm sure they will have much better luck identifying illegal immigrants than they do with homicidal maniacs.
http://www.nytimes.com/2011/01/13/us/politics...
If he was an illegal alien he would have gone to jail. Of course in California he would have been released.
Memo From Turner

Bellmore, NY

#13 Jun 27, 2012
Dee Dee Dee wrote:
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If he was an illegal alien he would have gone to jail. Of course in California he would have been released.
Nice deflection.

In your last post you were quite confidant that "a qualified and competent LEO can handle it". You couldn't have been more wrong.
Reality Check

Jacksonville, FL

#14 Jun 27, 2012
I wondered how many of these self professed law enforcement experts can pass a back ground check and get the opportunity to do the job that they want to supervise from forum.
grab a cold butttttttt

Carol Stream, IL

#15 Jun 27, 2012
b4its2late wrote:
AZ will have to think outside the box and look for "loopholes" so to speak.
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If ICE wont take them maybe the police can hold them indefinitly for example. Im sure there will be enough deep pockets to help AZ with there expenses.
dun't warry about AZ++++CPA then amigo coming to yo state!;-00
grab a cold butttttttt

Carol Stream, IL

#16 Jun 27, 2012
TLCLeebo wrote:
<quoted text>What?
sheriffee love donut n McCafe'...who wanna work hard a payless shoe!! ;-000

“A Nation of Legal Immigrants”

Since: Nov 07

Lake City Florida,/ Nebraska

#17 Jun 28, 2012
Arizona sheriff Antonio Estrada

Enough said!
How a

United States

#19 Jun 28, 2012
Listen this problem strayed in the 1960 s from administration to Administration the American people keep bitchen u all sound like abdomen record do something talk is. Cheap it's the corporations u a holes if they get citizenship don'tt blame them Me your elected official s until then bitches shut up
Dee Dee Dee

Emmaus, PA

#22 Jun 28, 2012
Memo From Turner wrote:
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Nice deflection.
In your last post you were quite confidant that "a qualified and competent LEO can handle it". You couldn't have been more wrong.
While I have no doubt you could not handle it I stand by the fact that a qualified and competent LEO can handle it. As for the case you mention I have never heard except of course on TV, of a physic police officer but I guarantee you that a police office would never get away with arresting a person pulled over for a motor vehicle violation on conspiracy to commit murder based upon a physic feeling. That is especially true in a state where for the last three years the DoJ has been trying unsuccessfully to find even one case of civil rights violations by a LEO. Of course I am sure you and Eric Holder would approve of his arrest since he was white and white people do not have civil rights.
Dee Dee Dee

Emmaus, PA

#23 Jun 28, 2012
How a wrote:
Listen this problem strayed in the 1960 s from administration to Administration the American people keep bitchen u all sound like abdomen record do something talk is. Cheap it's the corporations u a holes if they get citizenship don'tt blame them Me your elected official s until then bitches shut up
Sadly the author of this post is a valedictorian at a California high school. Actually he was the runner up but the actual validictorian was in labor with her 3rd child and could not attend.

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#24 Jun 28, 2012
Cricket 23 wrote:
Arizona sheriff Antonio Estrada
Enough said!
it sure looks that way on a lot of things.
Texasjust777

Texarkana, TX

#25 Jun 30, 2012
Since the Federal Government under the "Annointed One's Order" is going to refuse to cooperate with Federal Law Enforcement, perhaps Arizona could refuse to give the federal government access to their law enforcement records, including refuseing to enforce any federal regulations on all sort of things.
Texasjust777

Texarkana, TX

#26 Jun 30, 2012
That is the Federal Government at Obama's orders is not going to cooperate with Arizona law enforcement shouldn't Arizona return the favor and refuse to assist the federal government and access to Arizona's computers in law enforcement.

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