William Jenkins, the older brother of New York Giants cornerback Janoris Jenkins, is reportedly a person of interest in the case of the man found dead at Janoris’ home on Tuesday.
Wrestling: Border State V United States US Supreme Court Asylum in its current form which allows those in the US illegally to apply for asylum anywhere on US soil is unconstitutional because a. Asylum is part of naturalization - those that are approved have a clear path toward citizenship b. Naturalization laws must be uniform Art 1 Sec 8 US Constitution, and Allowing Asylum seeking anywhere at the border breaches required Constitutional uniformity creating a disparate impact on border states where catch and release and the inducement to enter illegally , a crime, and remaining unlawfully present, a deportable civil offense adversely affects those border states on the southern border who are saddled with uncertain populations at their border and in their state. The is is made worse under the guise of phantom no show courts implemented by usurping international laws and tribunals and also by catch and release that put illegals into the general population contributing to the ensuing criminality of ID theft and job theft which deprives citizens of equal protection of the law in conjunction with Constitutionally required uniform naturalization laws. The current law that allows asylum applications anywhere on US soil and the duplicitous hearings under international laws given to what are many rejected asylum claims additionally divert resources while contributing to uncertain populations at southern border states' border contributing to crime and other illegality in southern border states. Because southern borders states are negatively impacted and treated differently in the application of current Asylum laws than other states, the Asylum statute that allows Asylum applications anywhere on US soil violates Constitutionally required uniformity from Art 1 Sec 8 of the US Constitution.