Today the Prince William Board of County Supervisors will meet and decide on the final implementation of the resolution in support of the rule of law that was unanimously passed by the board on July 10th. If you can get to this meeting anytime between 1:30 PM and 5:00 PM, you will probably have an opportunity to have your voice heard during citizen’s time. Unless you want to cede the debate to the illegal alien lobby, which is going to be there in force today, you need to be there.
Supervisors Nohe, Jenkins and Barg have not indicated how they will vote, but the other supervisors — a majority — have indicated that they will support the final implementation details of this critical county policy. There’s still time to contact them before the vote, but being at the meeting should be your priority.
Here’s an example of why this vote is important:
I am coming to you with first hand experiences on some of the above items I have mentioned. 5 years ago I had my new car stolen out of a parking lot at work. Fortunately it was recovered, but unfortunately it was involved in a an accident while a state trooper was giving chase. Total cost to fix my car was approximately $12000.
Guess who stole it? An illegal immigrant, who had recently gotten out of prison & was charged with 4 felonies. The state trooper told me he was charging him with 4 more felonies for a total of 8 against him. Once the courts got through with him he would be deported by INS. Bottom line, he was released from jail due to the eyewitnesses not appearing for the court date and me not being summons to appear by the state trooper, due to having the eyewitness stating they would appear.
The state trooper then had to go back out to find this illegal felon who had no known address, arrest him again, summons me and other eyewitnesses again. Do you think he found Him? Hell no.
The policy being voted on today would, if it had been in place at the time this happens, have ensured that the illegal alien in question would be detained for deportation instead of being released back into our community. The Section 287(g) Program may have netted this criminal illegal alien, but if not the authority being given to the police department under General Order 45.01 would have allowed this criminal to be detained and deported regardless of whether he was successfully prosecuted for a felony offense.
This story is hardly the first one of these I’ve heard. Citizens regularly tell me of property damage they’ve suffered at the hands of an illegal alien and are outraged that the illegal alien seemingly got more lenient treatment than they would expect had they committed the offense, and was never deported after they’ve clearly demonstrated the risk they pose to the citizens. This has got to stop, and today we have the opportunity to see that it does.
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