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U.S. challenges Arizona immigration law in court

U S President Barack Obama's administration heads to court on Thursday in a showdown over whether Arizona's crackdown on illegal immigrants encroaches on federal authority over immigration policy and enforcement.
Federal judge blocks parts of Arizona immigration law
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A federal judge has blocked one of the most controversial sections of a tough Arizona immigration law, granting a preliminary injunction Wednesday that prevents police from questioning people about their immigration status.

That provision of the law requires police to "make a reasonable attempt to determine the immigration status of a person stopped, detained or arrested" if the officer has a reasonable suspicion that the person is in the United States illegally.

U.S. District Judge Susan Bolton's ruling, in response to a motion filed by the federal government, came with scant hours to go before the law goes into effect.

She also blocked provisions of the law making it a crime to fail to apply for or carry alien registration papers or "for an unauthorized alien to solicit, apply for, or perform work," and a provision "authorizing the warrantless arrest of a person" if there is reason to believe that person might be subject to deportation.
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http://www.cnn.com/2010/US/07/28/ari...pt=T1&iref=BN1

A federal judge has blocked one of the most controversial sections of a tough Arizona immigration law, granting a preliminary injunction Wednesday that prevents police from questioning people about their immigration status.

That provision of the law requires police to "make a reasonable attempt to determine the immigration status of a person stopped, detained or arrested" if the officer has a reasonable suspicion that the person is in the United States illegally.

U.S. District Judge Susan Bolton's ruling, in response to a motion filed by the federal government, came with scant hours to go before the law goes into effect.

She also blocked provisions of the law making it a crime to fail to apply for or carry alien registration papers or "for an unauthorized alien to solicit, apply for, or perform work," and a provision "authorizing the warrantless arrest of a person" if there is reason to believe that person might be subject to deportation.
Democrats have just ensured defeat in the upcoming November elections, atleast in AZ
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ani immigration law protesters insult american flags to show their anger...this is getting ugly..........

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I hope the liberal government will take note of this



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Mexican Drug Cartel Allegedly Puts a Price on Arizona Sheriff's Head
$1M offered for Arpaio, $1K to join cartel

Updated: Monday, 02 Aug 2010, 6:51 PM MDT
Published : Thursday, 29 Jul 2010, 6:48 PM MDT
PHOENIX - He's been at the center of the discussions and controversies surrounding illegal immigration enforcement in Arizona for quite a while.

On the day parts of Arizona's immigration law, SB 1070, went into effect, Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio is in the news for another reason: there's a price on his head - allegedly offered by a Mexican drug cartel.

The audio message in Spanish is a bit garbled, but the text is clear.

It's offering $1 million for Sheriff Joe Arpaio's head and $10,000 for anyone who wants to join the Mexican cartel.

A man who wants to remain anonymous says his wife received the text message Tuesday evening. It also included an international phone number and instructions to pass the message along.

"She showed it to me..I was kind of disgusted..I reported it to the Sheriff's department yesterday..they said they were going to direct the threat squad on it."

Lisa Allen of the Sheriff's office says they believe the message originated in Mexico.

Although the Sheriff has received numerous death threats in the past, they believe this threat is credible because of its timing.

"Arpaio gets threats pretty routinely, but obviously with this heightened awareness of his role in the immigration issue we've got to take this one a little bit more seriously with a million dollar contract out on him," said Allen.

But she says what really concerns investigators is how quickly the message may have been spread. "It's going so many different places that our folks are looking at it and thinking well at any given point in time it could land in front of some crazy person who thinks I can do that."

As for Arpaio's reaction to the threat, "It's a little bit like water off a duck's back for him, but you never know if it's that sense of false bravado with him..you just can't read it, I'm sure he's concerned, I'm sure he's concerned for his family more than anything else," said Allen.

The Sheriff's office says investigators are trying to trace exactly where the text message came from, but because it did originate from an international number, that will be difficult too.

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I hope the liberal government will take note of this

shruthi ka bhajan sun liya kya? har cheej mein immigrant conspiracy dikh rahi hai???
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shruthi ka bhajan sun liya kya? har cheej mein immigrant conspiracy dikh rahi hai???
When a gang from another country is threatening your own police officer, should the US be more worried about those who have broken the law by coming here illegally?
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When a gang from another country is threatening your own police officer, should the US be more worried about those who have broken the law by coming here illegally?
Also note that DOJ is threatening to take action against him as he is not cooperating to investigate discrimination allegations against him from last year.

http://washingtonindependent.com/936...iff-joe-arpaio

Marijuana will become legal; it is just a question of time; Prop 19 is already on the way and there will be next poll if that is defeated. It is legal in other countries already.

When drugs are legalized, the cartel issue will go away.
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Also note that DOJ is threatening to take action against him as he is not cooperating to investigate discrimination allegations against him from last year.

http://washingtonindependent.com/936...iff-joe-arpaio

Marijuana will become legal; it is just a question of time; Prop 19 is already on the way and there will be next poll if that is defeated. It is legal in other countries already.

When drugs are legalized, the cartel issue will go away.
So we should legalize every drug - cocaine, heroin, opium, crack, methamphetamines and whatever else is out there. So that drug cartels wont have anything to trade in. And so there will be no violence across the border affecting the USA.

And we should not send troops on the border and we should not support the sheriff and we should allow illegals to jump across the border. And we should slap all the idiots who stand in legal immigration line to get a H1B, Green Card, etc.

Right? This is what you are saying in effect. Right?

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And while we are saying marijuana is legal in other countries then why not adopt other practices like female genitalia mutilation because that is legal too in some other countries.


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