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Mexicans Without Borders Defends Alien Sex Offenders

By Greg L | 18 March 2008 | Zapatistas, Illegal Aliens, Crime | 15 Comments

This has got to be the strangest development in a series of already strange happenings in Prince William County. Attorney General Bob McDonnell figured out that the policy of the Commonwealth of Virginia has been to release sex offenders back into our community despite them being deportable aliens, either because their crime invalidated their visa, permanent residency, or other legal status and they were now illegal aliens, or were unlawfully in the country at the time they committed their crime. He thought this was a terminally stupid policy (unlike our Governor), and took it upon himself to correct it with “Operation Cold Play” ensuring that over 170 criminal alien sex offenders who were either on the state Sex Offender Registry, or due to be released from prison and placed on the registry were handed over for deportation. Really, if these criminal aliens were so dangerous they had to report their whereabouts to the State Police on a regular basis, it’s kind of hard to argue that they should be allowed to unlawfully remain in the country.

But that’s precisely what Nancy Lyall, “legal coordinator” for Mexicans Without Borders appears to be advocating here, according to Stateline:

But including legal immigrants in Virginia’s crackdown has angered some pro-immigrant activists, who claim the state is going too far.

Critics say deportation is an “additional penalty” on some offenders who may have green cards to live in the United States lawfully and who already have paid for their crimes. Moreover, they say, Virginia is infringing on the role of the federal government by enforcing U.S. immigration laws.

“We have to have a set policy in this country of who does what,” said Nancy Lyall, legal coordinator for the Virginia-based advocacy group Mexicans Without Borders. “When you have local and state jurisdictions deciding for themselves, it creates chaos and it creates injustices because the law is being applied differently in different jurisdictions.”

Violating our criminal laws invalidates a person’s legal residency in the United States.  The moment a resident or non-resident alien is convicted of a felony in the United States, their legal right to be here is terminated and for some bizarre reason Virginia had not been doing anything to ensure that criminal alien felons were being deported.  Bob McDonnell fixed that in the case of crimes that would make a person eligible for registration on the Sex Offender Registry, but Mexicans Without Borders think it is somehow unfair to deport someone who has violated the conditions of their legal residency by committing a sex crime.  All of these persons either were illegal aliens at the time they committed their crimes, or are now illegal aliens as a result of being a convicted felon.

It is somehow more “chaotic” to deport foreign nationals who have no legal right to be in the United States and whom have been convicted of a sex offense, than to release them into our communities where they may re-offend and harm our families?  The utter stupidity of this argument is absolutely stunning, and it pretty clearly points to a motivation here by Mexicans Without Borders to protect illegal aliens from the consequences of their unlawful behavior no matter how disturbing and dangerous that unlawful behavior might possibly be.  The interests of American citizens are demonstrably of no concern to these folks, who only seek to ensure that as many illegal aliens within our country as possible can be protected from being held accountable for their unlawful actions, no matter the consequences on our public safety, our fiscal security, or our public infrastructure.

Has anyone ever so baldly asserted that the legitimate interests of American citizens should be held at lower regard than the illegitimate demands of foreign nationals who have broken not only our immigration laws, but compounded that with the commission of a rape, sexual battery, or have committed indecent acts upon children?  Such thoroughly seditious nut-baggery can only be borne from the deluded minds of folks fully dedicated to the most radical political agendas imaginable.  Yes, the constant drumbeat of criticism here against the radical agenda of Mexicans Without Borders is not some exaggeration.   It is absolutely confirmed in multiple statements by Mexicans Without Borders to the press, and this is but the most recent example, albeit one of the most deeply disturbing ones.

Now that we’ve seen Mexicans Without Borders advocate on behalf of amnesty for criminal sex offenders in Virginia, protest in solidarity with the Socialist Workers Party, align themselves with the Zapatista Army of National Liberation, and promote Marxist-Leninist propaganda at their protests, there should never be an excuse for any elected officials to take these radicals seriously, much less the press to provide them with any credibility.  The clear agenda of Mexicans Without Borders is the destruction of our country, one community at a time, and they have chosen Prince William County to be ground zero in this fight.

They will lose.

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  1. Solo said on 18 Mar 2008 at 2:18 am:
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    Greg said “They will lose.”

    No Greg…Amnesty is on the way…it is you who have lost.

  2. Ducky said on 18 Mar 2008 at 2:26 am:
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    From the article:

    The group is made up of offenders from diverse countries, ranging from Cuba and Honduras in Latin America to Scotland and Germany in Europe.

  3. Ducky said on 18 Mar 2008 at 3:08 am:
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    March 17, 2008
    Categories: Campaigns

    McCain cautions candidates on immigration

    The hot-button issue of immigration doesn’t appear to be going away anytime soon – at least not in Republican circles.

    In an interview aired on NPR’s “Morning Edition” Monday, John McCain suggested that strong anti-immigrant rhetoric contributed to two recent, high-profile Republican congressional losses –Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum, who badly lost to Democrat Robert P. Casey Jr. in 2006, and Jim Oberweis, who lost the heavily Republican seat of former House Speaker Dennis Hastert this month in a special election in the Chicago exurbs.

    “I know that there have been some races, like here in Pennsylvania, where Senator Santorum emphasized that issue [immigration] and lost by a large number,” McCain said on NPR.

    “We just had a loss of Denny Hastert’s seat out in Illinois. The Republican candidate out there, I am told, had very strong anti-immigrant rhetoric also, so I would hope that many of our Republican candidates would understand the political practicalities of this issue.”


  4. AWCheney said on 18 Mar 2008 at 3:17 am:
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    True Ducky but, although I haven’t checked the breakdown of the sex offenders, I must wonder if it would be as proportionately distributed as those who are in the system for deportation from our Adult Detention Center: 289 from Hispanic countries; 24 from all the other countries around the world. These are people who have been convicted of crimes and, as Greg pointed out, not a single illegal alien from Canada!

    You really don’t have your act together. Why don’t you go through the sex offender list and break it down that way, then we can see how the proportions compare.

  5. Dave in PWC said on 18 Mar 2008 at 9:00 am:
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    When is ICE going to go after Ricky? Can you imagine the outrage of Ms Lyall if he was picked up as an illegal? Maybe the 9500 Liberty crew could join Ricky and tape it all from inside the jail as “aiders and abetters”. Sorry, I was daydreaming again… it’ll never happen.

  6. JM said on 18 Mar 2008 at 9:50 am:
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    Lyall seems to saying that the Commonwealth is deporting these felons. Virginia cannot deport anyone. All that Bob McDonnell is doing is reporting the sex offenders’ felon status to ICE. It’s up to the Feds to decide what to do with that information.

  7. Lafayette said on 18 Mar 2008 at 10:01 am:
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    Dave in PWC,
    I say keep daydreaming…I’ve heard rumors that dreams do come true. :)

  8. /\/\3|)iç 64 (Winner of the BVBL 40k and 50k post award) said on 18 Mar 2008 at 10:04 am:
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    Feeling better yet?

  9. Lafayette said on 18 Mar 2008 at 10:08 am:
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    Mr. Medic,
    Feeling good enough to be a little fiesty. ;)

  10. me-n-u said on 18 Mar 2008 at 10:10 am:
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    Why doesn’t the press ever pick up on this kind of stuff?

  11. /\/\3|)iç 64 (Winner of the BVBL 40k and 50k post award) said on 18 Mar 2008 at 10:20 am:
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    me-n-u said on 18 Mar 2008 at 10:10 am

    Because it means progress with the resolution and shows people are tired of the ILLEGAL aliens. This isn’t PC and goes against the grain of the apologists. Once we are beyond the PC crap, the sooner we will be able to get on with this rule of law for ALL of the US, not just the few communities and states that have stepped up. Once the OK bill is positively defended in court, the flood gates will open and you will see more states adopting the 1809 bill out of OK. Other states are in a wait and see mode right now. We will see how many will come forth once it has withstood the court’s scrutiny.

  12. Advocator said on 18 Mar 2008 at 11:19 am:
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    We need to contact our NoVa congressional delegation and tell them to join in this request:

    RICHMOND, Va. (AP) _ Three Virginia congressmen want federal officials to make it easier for police to determine whether criminal suspects are illegal immigrants.

    Police in many localities now use the honor system, asking suspects from other countries about their immigration status when they’re arrested. A national database lets police check their criminal history.

    But Republican Congressman Eric Cantor said that database doesn’t include immigration status, which is maintained in a separate database by Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

    In a letter to the Department of Homeland Security, Cantor and fellow Virginia Republicans Thelma Drake and Rob Wittman ask officials to create a solution, like linking the two databases or giving police automatic access to the ICE database.

  13. Arlington Minority said on 18 Mar 2008 at 11:22 am:
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    LA is already figuratively a part of Mexico, as proven by the LA Times piece below of yesterday. Only 41% of all homicides are ever solved, most of which are committed by illegals, or their offspring, against illegals. If the rest of the USA wants to avoid becoming another LA story, they will heed the advice of those who courageously lead the enforcement fight. http://www.latimes.com/news/local/la-me-burned17mar17,0,6451420,full.story

  14. Wine Please said on 18 Mar 2008 at 1:52 pm:
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    “The U.S. government is authorized to deport all immigrants — legal or illegal — who commit crimes of “moral turpitude” while on American soil.”

    I don’t understand the outrage of anyone for doing this, or the lack of willingness to participate from other state Attorney Generals (i.e. CO and CT). All they are required to do is compile the data and pass it onto ICE. ICE does all the hard work. Probably would be the easiest part of their jobs.

  15. zeezil said on 19 Mar 2008 at 8:48 am:
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    Solo appears to have expressed interest in harboring, comforting and sponsoring illegal alien sex offenders in order to prevent their deportation. What’s next…’no human being (sex offender) is illegal”?

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