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Here we go again. When does this insanity stop? A California toddler fights for her life after a brutal beating at the hands of an illegal alien with a long criminal record because of “illegal” sanctuary policies in California “illegal” sanctuary state he was released from jail. Police Chiefs, Sheriffs blast ICE over Catch and Release policies that free violent illegal aliens. But is the blame all on ICE?

Francisco Javier Chavez, the live-in boyfriend of the two year old mother of the little baby girl that he beat so bad that she had two broken arms, a broken femur, a compressed spine, a urinary tract infection and a fever of 107 degrees and THEY RELEASED FROM CUSTODY!!!

Sanctuary City Policies are illegal. Government along with the ACLU are complicit in the Deaths and Maiming of our citizens. There is NO EXCUSE.

NOT TO ENFORCE THE LAW IS A POLITICAL DECISION, NOT A LACK OF AUTHORITY!! It is purely a political decision on the part of local politicians and police chiefs.

The ACLU continues to push for non-enforcement and demands that local law enforcement not comply with detention of illegal aliens. They continue to sue and the liberal courts continue to help them with their attempts to undermine the law and support violent criminals in our neighborhoods. They have blood on their hands, all of them. They are responsible for sweet little girl Marilyn Phairs a victim of malfeasance of office.

The article goes to say, “I am not remiss to say that from Washington D.C. to Sacramento, there is a blood trail to Marilyn Phairs’ bedroom.”

270-350: The number or cities and counties in U.S. with ‘sanctuary’ policies (including Mesa, Phoenix, Tucson and Chandler)
17,193: The number of times sanctuary cities have denied ICE detainers
9.6 million Number of undocumented immigrants who would be spared deportation under new ICE priorities
102,224: Number of people ICE deported from U.S. interior in FY2014
Sources: U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Migration Policy Institute
Issues with Mesa: Mesa’s refusal in 2008 to cooperate with Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s enforcement actions against illegal immigrants and supported by 73% of our citizens, which stirred much controversy by the liberal media and liberal Police Chief at the time. The site specifically cites MCSO’s arrest of employees of a contracted cleaning company working at Mesa city buildings, which took place after Mesa police declined to investigate complaints about illegal workers, according to the site.


The statutory law of the United States is part of the law of each state just as if it were written into state statutory law. States do not need permission to arrest illegal aliens.

Unsanctioned entry into the United States and illegal presence is a crime.

Look at legislative intent: In Sections 1324 the language that referred to officers “of the United States” when talking about authority to arrest was stricken from section 1324 by amendment. In People v. Baraja, a California court concluded, “that change can only mean that the scope of the arrest power under section 1324 was enlarged; in no way can it mean that the scope of arrest under the other two sections was restricted. Such an acute non sequitur would attribute to the Congress both serious inconsistency and profound lack of logic.”

In 1999 a decision in the Tenth Circuit Court upheld the independent authority of local police departments to enforce federal immigration law. The U.S. Dept. of Justice endorsed this doctrine in April 2002. Under Attorney General Ashcroft, the U.S. Dept. of Justice took the position that state and local police have inherent authority to enforce immigration laws.

Authority Origination: The powers retained by the states at the time of ratification proceeded “not from the people of the United States, but from the people of the several states,” and remain unchanged, except as they have been “abridged” by the Constitution. The authority of a state to arrest for violations of federal law is thus not delegated; but “inheres in the ability of one sovereign to accommodate the interests of another sovereign.”

Citizens have a constitutional right to expect the protection of federal laws which prohibit unauthorized activities by non-citizens are denied equal protection when a police department or magistrate acts in a manner that encourages or assists persons selected on the basis of nationality or alienage to engage in such unlawful activities.

Law enforcement officers have probable cause to detain an individual who admits he or she is an alien (legal or illegal) but is not in possession of registration documents 8 USC 1306. This is also a crime that a warrantless arrest can be.

Immigration document fraud is a felony enforceable by local police officers under 18 U.S.C. 1028. Criminalizes eight types of knowing conduct that relate to false identification documents, ID theft is also a felony under Arizona law.

The Bail Reform Act of 1984 authorizes a state of local police officer to arrest any alien other than a legal permanent resident for a federal “offense,” and to temporarily detain the alien for up to ten days without bail while awaiting transfer into federal custody.”

The authority to make arrest for federal offenses under 18 U.S.C. 3041 extends to state and local law enforcement officers. (U.S. v Bowdach, 561 F.2d 1160, 1168 (5th Cir. 1977) an illegal alien is an inherent flight risk.

9-0 Landmark Decision (Washington D.C.—April 1, 2005) the case of Muehler v. Mena, the Supreme Court called a decision by the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals “faulty,” the Supreme Court held that … the officers did not need reasonable suspicion to ask Mena for her name, date of birth, or immigration status.”

Why is enforcement such a bad word with the liberals? Let’s not kid ourselves. Enforcement is critical to the protection of our citizens and our nation. There is a reason for the enormous decline in crime. After SB1070 was passed:
• 46% reduction in property crime
• 47% reduction in auto theft
• 50% reduction in homicide

According to Phoenix Law Enforcement Association Press Release Sept. 2011; “Since SB1070, Phoenix has experienced a 30-year low crime rate…, the deterrence factor this legislation brought about was clearly instrumental in our unprecedented drop in crime… without a single civil rights, racial profiling, or biased policing complaint. To ignore the positive impact of SB1070 in the City of Phoenix is to ignore the huge elephant in the middle of the room.”

Arizona results because of SB1070: Nationally, violent crime dropped by just 5.3 percent as compared to Arizona‘s 14 percent (Dept. of Justice).

Phoenix had the dubious distinction of being the kidnapping capital of America, with more incidents than any other city in the world outside of Mexico City: ABC News.

Illegal entry is a crime. Then they steel or use counterfeit documents such as driver’s licenses, birth certificates and social security numbers in order to facilitate their lives in American cities.

Illegal is a crime, not a race.

The failure of our elected and appointed official’s failure to enforce our laws constitutes malfeasance of office. Not only do they have the authority they have the moral obligation.
• A Homeland Congressional Report: 9,000 are killed “each” year at the hands of illegal aliens. 25 each day, 12 by stabbings and shootings and 13 by DUI and related crimes. ( over 4 million illegals crossed into the U.S. last year alone) Investigations-Border-Report.pdf

Study: 1 million sex crimes by illegals More than 100 offenders crossing border daily

• Deborah Schurman-Kauflin of the Violent Crimes Institute in Atlanta: Based on a one-year in-depth study, a researcher estimates there are about 240,000 illegal immigrant sex offenders in the United States who have had an average of four victims each.

Supreme Court Justice Scalia; “… the Federal Government must live with the inconvenient fact that it is a Union of independent States, who have their own sovereign powers.”

“… the States have the right to protect their borders against foreign nationals, just as they have the right to execute foreign nationals for murder.”

“Arizona is entitled to have ‘its own immigration policy’ ¬ including a more rigorous enforcement policy ¬so long as that does not conflict with federal law.”

Scalia is scathing in his denunciation of the majority opinion:

“But to say, as the Court does, that Arizona contradicts federal law by enforcing applications of [federal law] that the President declines to enforce boggles the mind.”

“What I do fear ¬ and what Arizona and the States that support it fear ¬ is that ‘federal policies’ of non-enforcement will leave the States helpless before those evil effects of illegal immigration that the Court’s opinion dutifully recites in its prologue but leaves unremedied in its disposition.”

His answer: “Are the sovereign States at the mercy of the Federal Executive’s refusal to enforce the Nation’s immigration laws?”


Senator Russell Pearce and former President of the Arizona State Senate, former Chief Deputy of the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office, former Judge, author of: SB1070, Employer Sanctions, Proof of Citizenship to vote, No welfare for illegals, No bail for illegals charged with serious crime, English as the Official Language, No in-state tuition for illegals, etc.