Since this is in ARIZONA, JAN BREWER & RUSSELL PEARCE will surely argue that some illegal immigrants were involved. They were the sponsors of Arizona's very controversial anti illegal immigration law, most of which by the way is now on hold
As of this time, no one has said that they were illegal immigrants, although if they were, they will be no doubt be released on bond, and told to return for their criminal and deportation hearings. They will then move on to engage in violence somewhere else. This is what is wrong with our immigration enforcement (or lack thereof). If they are not hear illegally, they should not be turned loose to obtain a new identity and go somewhere else. That's not to say we don't have problems with our enforcement of the laws against citizens and those here legally...but that's another discussion
Argue some are illegal? LOL! 80% of them are illegal aliens from Mexico and Central America. They are involved chiefly in meth and marijuana! It's a ruthless group of individuals and thanks to the Feds, the AZ police can't even ask if they are citizens!
by Mike Russo6 months ago
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