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Why are most people against the law? Well here is something to think about. Do you remember in school when you were little, were you ever beat up by older or bigger kids, and were told, if you tell anyone I'm gone kick your ass?... Well what will happened in AZ if the law takes effect, People will take advantage of immigrants and tell them, if you call the police they will deport you and your family... Don't argue that it wont happen, there are hate crimes all over the country already. People that look like immigrants have been beaten up and killed by groups of Americans. The only reason that has not gotten out of control is because there are laws that protect every human, regardless of status. However, take the Law away for person who gets beat up, and cannot call the police. They would be killed. So, this will create more violence, except it will be against the immigrants, or the once that look like immigrants.
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Seven high school students looking "to beat up some Mexicans" attacked an immigrant from Ecuador on a street, with one of them fatally plunging a knife into the man's chest during the brawl, police said.The killing set off a tirade of reactions from supporters of Hispanic immigrants and led a prosecutor to compare the episode to a lynching. The attack was officially labeled a hate crime by Suffolk County authorities, and some suggested that advocates of recent crackdowns on illegal immigration fomented an atmosphere of intolerance that contributed to the attack."Today, some of the highest leaders of our community also have blood on their hands," said the Rev. Alan Ramirez, a longtime advocate for Hispanic day laborers and Latino immigrants. "I have said for a long time that it would only take time for something like this to happen."The dead man was identified as Marcello Lucero, a 37-year old immigrant who worked at a dry cleaners shop in Riverhead. A friend of the victim said Lucero moved to the United States 16 years ago.The teenagers - one junior and six seniors at Patchogue-Medford High School - were arraigned Monday on gang assault charges and entered not guilty pleas. The teen believed to be the one wielding the knife, 17-year-old Jeffrey Conroy, was also charged with manslaughter as a hate crime. His attorney did not immediately return a telephone call seeking comment.Police and prosecutors say the teens - six of them white and one Hispanic - were hanging out in a park on Saturday night around midnight when someone suggested they go "beat up some Mexicans." The group spotted Lucero and another man near the Patchogue train station and "like a lynch mob, (Conroy) and his friends got out of their car and surrounded Mr. Lucero and his friend," Assistant District Attorney Nancy Clifford said at Conroy's arraignment.Lucero was punched in the face, and attempted to swing his belt while his companion escaped. At some point during the confrontation, Lucero was fatally stabbed in the chest and the teenagers fled. Patrol officers who had reported seeing the teens walking around Patchogue quickly arrested the group nearby.Police Commissioner Richard Dormer said detectives have some evidence the group may have been involved in earlier, less lethal, attacks and urged any victims to come forward. He made particular note that the immigration status of victims would not be an issue in any investigation.Additionally, the U.S. Attorney's office said it is monitoring the case.At least one of the teens has a record. Christopher Overton, 16, pleaded guilty to burglary in another fatal attack in 2007 in which a 38-year-old East Patchogue man was shot during a home robbery. His attorney denied his client was guilty of the current charge and said Overton cooperated with prosecutors on the previous case and is awaiting sentencing.Tensions over illegal immigration have been particularly acute in Suffolk County, where tens of thousands of immigrants have moved in recent years and become a large part of the work force in fields like construction, landscaping and restaurants. The hamlet of Farmingville, about 10 miles from where the attack occurred, has become a flashpoint in the national immigration debate after a series of violent attacks on Hispanics.In 2000, two Mexican men were beaten by two locals in Farmingville who promised them work. On July 4, 2003, a Mexican family barely escaped with their lives after teens set their Farmingville house ablaze by shooting fireworks through a window.Two years later, two Mexican immigrants fishing off a Long Island jetty were set upon by a group of four white youths who beat them and stole their money while using racial and ethnic slurs.Ramirez and Luis Valenzuela, executive director of the Long Island Immigrant Alliance, suggested that various legislative remedies to the immigration controversy, as well as comments by elected officials, may have contributed to an atmosphere of intolerance.The county has enacted a local law requiring companies with government contracts to verify their employees are in the U.S. legally. According to a U.S. Census Bureau breakdown of Long Island's population, Hispanics comprised 12.4 percent of Nassau County residents in 2007 and 13.3 percent in Suffolk County."For too long, anti-immigrant and anti-Latino sentiment has been tolerated in Suffolk County, as reflected in the introduction of anti-immigrant bill after anti-immigrant bill in the county legislature," Valenzuela said.Suffolk County Executive Steve Levy, a co-founder of a national group called Mayors and Executives for Immigration Reform, rejected suggestions that the killing was related in any way to the immigration debate."The beating, stabbing and killing of Marcello Lucero wasn't a question of any county policy or legislation; it was a question of bad people doing horrific things," said Levy.Gov. David Paterson said in a statement that Lucero's death "is a jarring reminder that we must remain vigilant and continue our fight to eradicate prejudice in our words and in our actions
If you are In Argentina, then what do you care about the laws in the US. First move here then speak! And the only reason I leave here is because my parents liked it here and moved here when I was 8, I had no one else but my parents and had no choice but to be here. Now the reason I'm here is because my carrier along with my family are here. However the schools I attended in Mexico were public schools, and by far much better than the once I attended here, and isn't it the same here anyways?, you only get a good education if you have money. And perhaps you have not lived in Mexico, It is obvious that you are only saying what you hear on the news, not all the rich Mexicans are the czars, as you call them. The majority of my relatives in Mexico have their carriers and business and none are czars. And the only reason why there is a drug war going on in the border is because Americans consume so many drugs that there is a high demand for them from the south, not only coming from Mexico. Perhaps the LAW should be reinforced on the people that consume drugs instead.
Really, so Americans don't drive if they don't have a license? even when it has been suspended? I find that hard to believe that Many Americans break their own law everyday.. And the new law in AZ will not only require the police to ask for your papers while you are driving..... You can be walking down the street and if you look like a brown skin, then they may suspect you are an illegal and you can be arrested.. I feel bad for all the Native Americans that are going to be pulled over... and guess what? for many of the Citizens that are not illegal, if they get pulled over they will find something to ticket you, expire driver license, cracked windshield, etc... in the end, this law will not benefit anyone.
well i think shakira is involved because she's also an immigrant HELLO!! lolin my opinion i do believe its racial profiling besides white folks werent the first ones in this country, it was the native americans until the freakin white people killd a high percentage of us(oh im mexican and half native american) so yeah if discrimators want to play games then i'll say arrest every white person woohoo.. now im acting childish lolin my opinion laws are important in everymatter its just unfair that when people think of illegasl immigrants they only think of mexicans , refer them as latinos or something..
I have met illegals here in America and illegal Americans living in Mexico. I feel sorry for both. I find it amazing that we as a country can give rights to terrorist and yet we want to treat people who have come to this country illegally as cattle and cart them back to Mexico. The truth is that it is a complex issue. Yes, crossing the border illegally is wrong. But, do we really want to build railways to Mexico and pack them in trains back home. Sure, if we want to look like the Germans in WW2. I know if I was living in Juarez I would want to come here too. It is considered the most dangerous city in the world outside of a war zone. We have, and are, protecting our borders better than ever. This is part of the solution. Another part of the solution is to treat the people who have been here a long time as valued people. We need to make a pathway to citizenship that is both fair and easy (as in an easy process to follow). Remember when you deport people you are often deporting someone's mother or father or both; and that someone is often an American citizen. We are a great country. Can we not have a great heart too? And, yes, my grandparents came here illegally I suppose. I never asked. So do we deport someone who has been living here 80 years?
Wow! People are so ignorant! I cannot believe how some people are cruel. I hate the fact that people think they are superior than others. Its funny how people talk about our crimes and drug cartels. When in reality is more harsh and cruel when you see in the news an American non Mexican hurt children and commit crimes such as kidnapp and murder. 350c69d7ab