Thursday, October 23, 2008

Arrested aliens back out on the street

Charges against 10 men accused of blocking a sidewalk at a popular Queens gathering place for day laborers will be dismissed after six months if the defendants stay out of trouble, the Queens district attorney’s office said on Wednesday.

The men, who were arrested on Tuesday on charges of disorderly conduct, were all released from police custody by Wednesday afternoon, and their cases were “adjourned in contemplation of dismissal,” said Helen Peterson, a spokeswoman for the prosecutor’s office.


Police Release 10 Day Laborers Arrested at Gathering Place in Queens

Ms. Peterson said that “as a general rule,” the Queens district attorney’s office did not ask an arrested person about immigration status. But she added, “In rare cases, however, such as when a defendant has re-entered the country after having been deported, which is a federal crime, we do notify federal immigration authorities.”

This protocol is in keeping with a citywide policy, established by two executive orders, not to inquire or report on the immigration status of city residents who approach the city seeking services, information or help, according to Guillermo Linares, commissioner of the Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs.


And in other illegal alien news:

Nunez, who is from the Dominican Republic, reportedly told authorities he resisted because he was afraid he'd be deported again if he were arrested.

Nunez, 32, was deported June 24, 1998, by an immigration judge after a drug arrest in New York. He was charged in Manhattan with selling cocaine to an undercover officer in 1997, and he had a drug conviction in 1996. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents say they're not sure when he re-entered the country.

Federal immigration officials said Nunez also was facing a charge of re-entering the country after deportation.

11 comments:

Lino-not mexican said...

IF "“as a general rule,” the Queens district attorney’s office did not ask an arrested person about immigration status."

How then do they when they are dealing with a "special case".

Ofcourse we are not supposed to ask this sort of question lest all those fine business owners and "great Americans" might have to hire and -pay- Americans to do those jobs.

Those people in that group have little/no access to social services, IF YOU DO NOT HIRE THEM, THEY WILL GO AWAY.

Now, tell your neighbors (or yourself) mow your own f'ing lawn, clean out your own stinking garage, learn to do your own repairs, you might lose some of that McDonald's ass from the exercise.

Pay enough for an -American- to do the work or shut up about the illegals.

Anonymous said...

Yes, if we take away all the jobs and benefits then they have no reason to come.

Anonymous said...

All part of the plan me hearties on how to hollow out a neighborhood thus ripening it for over development!

Let the ILLEGALS erode the quality of life and don't take any action to report their ILLEGAL status...eh midget DA Brown? !!!

Methinks
that Richard is breaking the law!

But how do you sue the Queens district attorney?
Yeah...right! Fhugettaboutit!

Anonymous said...

Too bad its not a mob hood
like 86th Avenue in Brooklyn.

The "boys" would get those illegal aliens off the streets PDQ!

I think that's Gambino turf.

Anonymous said...

Shut up yourself "Lino"!

I do pay more for legal laborers... be they "Americans" or hyphenated Americans!

I don't care where the hell they came from as long as they're American citizens.

If my contractor can't prove he's using legal workers he doesn't get
to do my job!

You get what you pay for and I'm willing to spend more for better quality work.

My neighbor learned otherwise by using cheap undocumented workers.

The work they did was shoddy.
It had to be ripped out and redone. It cost him twice the price in the end!

Anonymous said...

I think it is a disgrace that the Queens District Attorney's office won't ask about Immigration Status. What is wrong with this picture? If I was arrested in a foreign country, they would contact the American Embassy. Why not ask the question and then transfer the perp to the appropriate office -- Immigration and Deportation. Why are we coddling these criminals? The Queens DA should be ashamed.

Taxpayer said...

Who says that the District Attorney is under the jurisdiction of any executive orders from the mayor?

The DA is independently elected and can ignore these orders when they infringe on his jurisdiction - which they do.

This is a democrat Party position, not a legal position.

Dump Brown next year! Along with Commissar Death and Taxes!

Anonymous said...

Meanwhile I have a friend, a great piano player from europe who is having a hell of a time getting permanent status and a green card even though he works constantly and is in demand all the time. It's costing him thousands to try and stay here.

Anonymous said...

Ms. Peterson said that “as a general rule,” the Queens district attorney’s office did not ask an arrested person about immigration status. But she added, “In rare cases, however, such as when a defendant has re-entered the country after having been deported, which is a federal crime, we do notify federal immigration authorities.”

This is bulls**t talk for fools....

Policy should be to ask for ID no? How about that DR guy shooting an officer - they didn't ask him then? We must have a policy to turn these folks to the Fed to deal with - they want these folks - send them to Gitmo Cuba too be held until their gov bails them out!

Cherokeesista said...

Lino-not mexican said...
IF "“as a general rule,” the Queens district attorney’s office did not ask an arrested person about immigration status."

How then do they when they are dealing with a "special case".

Ofcourse we are not supposed to ask this sort of question lest all those fine business owners and "great Americans" might have to hire and -pay- Americans to do those jobs.

Those people in that group have little/no access to social services, IF YOU DO NOT HIRE THEM, THEY WILL GO AWAY.

Now, tell your neighbors (or yourself) mow your own f'ing lawn, clean out your own stinking garage, learn to do your own repairs, you might lose some of that McDonald's ass from the exercise.

Pay enough for an -American- to do the work or shut up about the illegals.

Thursday, October 23, 2008

AMEN!!! :) I do my own laundry, mow my own lawn,wash my own dishes and damn straight RAISE MY OWN CHILD:) The only thing I need or want these criminals to do is GO BACK WHERE THEY CAME FROM!!!!!

cherokeesista said...

Another question? Why the hell should I as an American citizen show my Fucking I.D. !!!!! I'm sick of these little fuckers, the next time I hear MEDA MEDA!!! and a wiggle of their foul little tongues you'll be reading how an AMERICAN WOMAN KICKS an ILLEGALS ASS ON NORTHERN BLVD better yet I'd like to tie the little drunk bastards to the back of my truck and take a little drive:)yes sounds like a plan:)