Busted!!!!!!! – Seven Hondurans held in Arundel restaurant raid – Critics rally to decry return to “Bush-era” immigration policy

Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials detained seven people from Honduras after a raid Thursday in Anne Arundel County, prompting a demonstration outside the Baltimore Federal Building.

ICE spokeswoman Ernestine Fobbs confirmed that an enforcement action took place and that seven Hondurans were in custody.

She said that because the investigation is continuing, she could provide only limited information. Fobbs did not disclose the name of the business where the Hondurans were working or the location of the business.

Protesters gathered outside the Federal Building in Baltimore late Thursday afternoon. About 15 people held signs and shouted slogans, including, “Reform not raids” and “Stop separating families.”


My Email to Casa De Maryland and The Maryland State House

Dear Maryland States Assembly,

(Note Casa De Marylands Comments)

It is such a pleasantry to see out Counties doing the job they are supposed to be doing.  Remember, Illegal Aliens have no rights, they are breaking the Laws.  If they don’t like it, they can leave on their own terms without being arrested.  We feel no shame or pity for the families being broken up, they have brought this on themselves. By the way, what due process do Illegal Immigrants have?  What rights do they have?  Is this going to be another case of Racial Profiling on Casa De Maryland’s Part?  We will continue to do our part as Legal Citizens to retain our Jobs for Legal Immigrants and Legal Citizens.  We have had enough of the Invasion.


One response to this post.

  1. Posted by Kevin Waterman on February 5, 2010 at 9:32 PM

    I did a post on my own blog, but it doesn’t appear to have tracked back properly.

    You’re mistaken on your argument about rights and due process. James Madison made very clear that due process rights are possessed, even by non-citizens (which is the real question, since you can’t properly identify someone as an illegal immigrant without the application of Due Process).

    Eugene Volokh has pointed out this has also been the Supreme Court’s interpretation of the Constitution for over a century.

    Beyond that, the foundational principle of America is that rights are inherent to the individual and certain rights always persist, even when the individual is in violation of the law, so it is preposterous to suggest that anyone would ever have no rights in America.


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