Santa Cruz police say the man they arrested was on a mission to pull off an elaborate grand theft sometime in the coming weeks.
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED: Muslim lawyer Khizr Khan. This was a sly tactic on your part. What Americans are too ignorant to realize is we allow certain cultures to come into our country and they multiply because in order to change America and its laws, etc. We become the minority and we have become a nation so politically correct that we are afraid to offend anyone. I am so tired of political figures using race. (pick a nationality ________ American). I see it in job applications, and I am still waiting for a box that just says American to check. What is wrong with this nation is to many lawyers! They speak Legalize: make (something that was previously illegal) permissible by law. America is the right to chose, the right to fight, the right so speak, the right dress the way we want to dress, the right behave the way we want to behave, the right to not get along if we do not get along, the right to have a civil war when a time comes to fight in any great nation. example: Typically, when Mexican authorities catch illegal aliens, they place them overnight in a detention center, then bus or fly them back to their country of origin. Despite the fact that Mexico militarized its border and deported 203,128 illegal immigrants in 2004, many illegals get through by bribing corrupt military and police. Americans raise legitimate concerns about the competition illegals pose to unskilled labor, and that illegals cut in front of people already waiting in line to get in the country legally. Americans resent expenditures for illegals on education and health care, and problems posed by some who commit additional crime in America. Illegals’ attitude of entitlement helps to explain the growing anger Americans feel toward illegal aliens. Students leaving high schools, waving Mexican flags and chanting “Si se puede” Documenting people who arrive in your country is an idea that makes sense. Lots of countries think so, even if the U.S. doesn’t take it seriously. How do other countries handle illegals? SPOILER: They’re not as forgiving as we Americans. Russia: Illegal border crossing is considered a crime, and “captured illegal border crossers have been sentenced to prison terms.” In October 2008, a North Korean was caught and detained as an “economic migrant.” He was forced to serve six months in Russian prison before being deported. Italy: A law passed by parliament in 2009 “penalizes illegal immigrants with a fine of €5,000-10,000 and allows immigration officials to detain them for up to 6 months.” China: Whisleblowers who report illegals to the government receive a cash reward when their information “leads to an expulsion.” Australia: Passed the Migration Reform Act of 1992. This act and its subsequent amendments, “collectively require the authorities to detain all non-citizens who are discovered in Australia without a valid visa.” Iran: According to Wikipedia, “Since late April 2007, the Iranian government has forcibly deported back to Afghanistan mostly unregistered (and some registered) Afghans living and working in Iran at a rate between 250,000 and 300,000 per year. The forceful evictions of the refugees, who lived in Iran and Pakistan for nearly three decades, are part of the two countries’ larger plans to repatriate all Afghan refugees within a few years.” Mexico: Tightened its immigration laws in 2008, and has been deporting mass numbers of Central Americans and Cubans