SO, under Obama’s direction…is it standard for illegals who drive drunk and kill nuns to be released?

SO, under Obama’s direction…is it standard for illegals who drive drunk and kill nuns to be released?
http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2010/aug/2/illegal-immigrant-killed-nun-released-by-feds/?clear_cache_true The man suspected of drunken driving and killing a Catholic nun in Prince William County this weekend is an illegal immigrant who was awaiting deportation and who federal immigration authorities had released pending further proceedings, police said Monday. The man, Carlos Montano, a county resident, had been arrested by police twice before on drunk-driving charges, and on at least one of those occasions county police reported him to federal authorities. The latest ICE statistics show the agency is actually detaining fewer people now on an average daily basis than they did in 2009.
Politics – 6 Answers – 2010-08-03 01:17:43

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The ICE man commeth, what a joke they have become under 0bama, releasing criminals wanted for killing nuns is absurd, Carlos should have been in jail, without bond, and being illegal in my book means being deported however this administration is ignoring our laws, and our agents trusted to enforce them are ignoring them as well

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No, only one president supported the killing of nuns (and no, this is not a crazy allegation, it was an atrocity committed by the side we supported during the Salvadoran civil war
2010-08-03 01:21:43

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Obama has blood on his hands.
2010-08-03 01:22:58

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No his first dui was in 2005 so Bush has even more blood on his hands.
2010-08-03 01:30:38

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This is a typical conservative interpretation of an event that has been repeating itself for years. It is almost as if conservatives believe the US was a utopia, but suddenly headed straight to hell on January 20, 2009. For example, illegal aliens who were repeat and violent offenders were never released from jail before the Bush administration could deport them, right? Look, I know it isn’t an explanation for behavior of the Obama administration to say that Bush did it too. Releasing these guys is stupid policy. But let’s not get confused about this being a stupid Democrat policy. It’s a stupid federal government policy that wasn’t created on Jan 20, 2009. http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/special/immigration/6115223.html http://www.wnd.com/?pageId=37374 http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/local/crime/Illegal-immigrant-charged-with-child-rape-had-been-released-a-year-earlier-after-assault-arrest-43443292.html
2010-08-03 01:36:44

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The ICE man commeth, what a joke they have become under 0bama, releasing criminals wanted for killing nuns is absurd, Carlos should have been in jail, without bond, and being illegal in my book means being deported however this administration is ignoring our laws, and our agents trusted to enforce them are ignoring them as well
2010-08-03 01:36:55

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Illegal nun-killers, yay!!!!
2010-08-03 01:56:12

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How do you feel about this?

How do you feel about this?
http://www.abcnews.go.com/US/wireStory?id=3940001 Immigration Crackdown Challenge Tossed Federal Judge Dismisses Lawsuit Against Va. County’s Plan to Crack Down on Illegal Immigrants ALEXANDRIA, Va. A federal judge dismissed a lawsuit Friday that challenged a suburban Washington county’s recent effort to clamp down on illegal immigrants, one of the toughest such crackdowns in the country. U.S. District Judge James Cacheris said the plaintiffs lacked legal standing to challenge measures passed earlier this year by the Prince William County Board of Supervisors. One of resolution requires police to check the immigration status of people they detain if they have reason to suspect the person is an illegal immigrant. A second seeks to deny numerous county services to illegal immigrants, including business licenses, drug counseling, housing assistance and some services for the elderly. Read the rest of the article at the link above Hey Patriotic, did you READ this article, the county WON, the laws they enacted stand. That is a GOOD thing for the US, not a bad thing, unless you are calling the illegals “American” that is.
Immigration – 11 Answers – 2007-12-02 16:29:29

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I think it’s fantastic. How in the world can anyone argue for the so called rights of illegals? It’s time for them to mosey on back across the border, their days of handouts are coming to an end!!!!!!!!! Finally a judge who has his head on straight.

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It is about time a fed judge made a sane call
2007-12-02 16:33:22

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Shame on that judge, he has turned his back on the American people and have spit in their faces. My bad, yes I did read it I just misunderstood the first paragraph. So, I can take those 8 thumbs down as thumbs up now ;-). Seriously, I just misread it and I support any and all that continue to help stop this illegal mess that is destroying our Country.
2007-12-02 16:35:08

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Go PWC! A precedence has been set.
2007-12-02 16:35:09

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I am encouraged and rather happy about it. Thank you for sharing.
2007-12-02 16:36:42

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This has been standard behavior in border areas for years. It’s sad that it’s gone uncontrolled but it’s true. Finally though! The Courts are backing us up instead of the criminals. That is a great beginning from a judicial standpoint.
2007-12-02 16:40:48

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Great! Thanks for sharing the article. I see they tried to use the race card defense…again. But this time, it didn’t work. By the way, only in America can illegal aliens sue the government in the country in which they are illegally residing in.
2007-12-02 16:59:36

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WE THE PEOPLE. This ruling has set a precedent. You can bet the towns people are feeling very good right about now. America owes them a place in the “Sensible legislation hall of fame”.
2007-12-02 17:06:24

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Good. Let this be an example for other places, where the courts have ruled that such laws are not fair to illegal aliens. I hope it encourages other places to stand their ground and make laws that will help the citizens and legal immigrants.
2007-12-02 17:06:43

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Actually no precedent will be set by this ruling b/c it’s only a district court (the lowest in the rung in the federal courts ladder) ruling & it was based purely on legal standing not on the actual merits of the law. The law may still be unconstitutional but that issue was not reached in this decision. Other courts, especially federal appellate and state courts do not have to follow this case.
2007-12-02 17:55:19

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I think it’s fantastic. How in the world can anyone argue for the so called rights of illegals? It’s time for them to mosey on back across the border, their days of handouts are coming to an end!!!!!!!!! Finally a judge who has his head on straight.
2007-12-02 17:56:33

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Bravo for Virginia! This is similar to what Oklahoma’s House Bill 1804 does. Before it was enacted over 25,000 illegal aliens left the state. It has been challenged twice in court and twice a judge has dismissed the case against it. All states need to be doing what Oklahoma and Virginia are doing! It is working, we just have to keep at it!
2007-12-03 03:40:39

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george v mullins…?

george v mullins…?
i am looking for information on my grand father george v mullins born in west virginia and died in prince william county virginia. i am mainly looking for information about his parents. i know that his fathers name was jim mullins and his mothers name was amanda but i cannot trace her maiden name as she was supposed to be a native american. any help would be appreciated. also i have no access to ancestry.com thank you.
Genealogy – 4 Answers – 2007-08-01 13:13:41

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If you could edit your question to include either his year of birth or death, and/or his age at death, that would really help. There are some excellent researchers who frequent the genealogy forum. 1920 United States Federal Census about George V Mullins Name: George V Mullins Home in 1920: Birch, Braxton, West Virginia Age: 14 years Estimated birth year: abt 1906 Birthplace: West Virginia Relation to Head of House: Son Father’s name: Jim Father’s Birth Place: West Virginia Mother’s name: Amanda Mother’s Birth Place: West Virginia Marital Status: Single Race: White Sex: Male Able to read: Yes Able to Write: Yes Image: 596 Neighbors: View others on page Household Members: Name Age Jim Mullins 42 Amanda Mullins 42 Bessie G Mullins 17 George V Mullins 14 Johney E Mullins 12 Essie B Mullins 10 Hessie M Mullins 8 Name: George Mullins SSN: 233-10-2666 Last Residence: 22193 Woodbridge, Prince William, Virginia, United States of America Born: 22 May 1905 Died: May 1982 State (Year) SSN issued: West Virginia (Before 1951 ) Could that be your grandad, could you let me know one way or the other.

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if you know his year of birth, check with the west Virginia vital statistics.
2007-08-01 13:18:28

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If you post dates and/or more information regarding your grandfather, I or someone else may be able to find him on the Census for you. You may also have luck on Melungeon boards, as MULLINS is a very common Melungeon surname and the location (WV/VA borderlands) and history (possible NA connection) would fit. Be very careful though, as much of what is on the internet on the Melungeons is utter garbage and it is sometimes difficult for an amateur and beginning researcher to separate out the garbage from the gold. Good luck!
2007-08-01 13:24:51

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If you could edit your question to include either his year of birth or death, and/or his age at death, that would really help. There are some excellent researchers who frequent the genealogy forum. 1920 United States Federal Census about George V Mullins Name: George V Mullins Home in 1920: Birch, Braxton, West Virginia Age: 14 years Estimated birth year: abt 1906 Birthplace: West Virginia Relation to Head of House: Son Father’s name: Jim Father’s Birth Place: West Virginia Mother’s name: Amanda Mother’s Birth Place: West Virginia Marital Status: Single Race: White Sex: Male Able to read: Yes Able to Write: Yes Image: 596 Neighbors: View others on page Household Members: Name Age Jim Mullins 42 Amanda Mullins 42 Bessie G Mullins 17 George V Mullins 14 Johney E Mullins 12 Essie B Mullins 10 Hessie M Mullins 8 Name: George Mullins SSN: 233-10-2666 Last Residence: 22193 Woodbridge, Prince William, Virginia, United States of America Born: 22 May 1905 Died: May 1982 State (Year) SSN issued: West Virginia (Before 1951 ) Could that be your grandad, could you let me know one way or the other.
2007-08-01 13:26:54

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The SSA will sell you a copy of his SSN application for $27, which will have his mother’s maiden name. If you get desperate you could try that route. Roots Web’s SSDI will format the letter for you; look him up and click on “SS-5”. http://www.wvculture.org/vrr/va_dcdetail.aspx?Id=1354707 has an Amanda Mullins Death Date: 09 Feb 1955 Death Place: Clay, West Virginia Mother: Harriet Ann/Dilly Father: Charley/Brown If this is your GGM’s death certificate, she would have been 77 or so at death, if the 1920 census entry another kind, gracious and devilishly handsome answerer gave you was accurate. This 1880 LDS entry makes it look like it might be her. The age fits the 1920 one, at least. Household: Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father’s Birthplace Mother’s Birthplace Charles BROWN Self M Male W 32 WV Farmer WV WV Harriet A. BROWN Wife M Female W 38 WV Keeps House WV WV James M. BROWN Son S Male W 14 WV WV WV Elizabeth E. BROWN Dau S Female W 12 WV WV WV Sarah A. BROWN Dau S Female W 9 WV WV WV Thomas W. BROWN Son S Male W 6 WV WV WV Amanda M. BROWN Dau S Female W 2 WV WV WV ——————————————————————————– Source Information: Census Place Hamilton, Nicholas, West Virginia Family History Library Film 1255410 NA Film Number T9-1410 Page Number 80A ================================= While I’ve got your attention, consider this: If you are now 16 and the result of a long line of teen-aged lovers, You were born 16 years ago, in 1991 Your father was born 16 years before that, in 1975 Your grandfather was born 16 years before that, in 1959 Your great grandfather was born 16 years before that, in 1943. If you are now 80 and the result of a long line of men who had a child by their second wife when they were 60, You were born 80 years ago, in 1927 Your father was born 60 years before that, in 1867 Your grandfather was born 60 years before that, in 1807 Your great grandfather was born 60 years before that, in 1747. Your 1943 great-grandfather could have been a 26-year old soldier in Viet Nam. When he got home in 1970 he went to a disco in a powder-blue double-knit polyester leisure suit. Your 1747 GGF could have been a 30-year old soldier serving under George Washington in the American Revolution. When he got home, he danced a reel in a pair of silk knee breeches. Both examples are extreme, both are physically possible, both show why a birth year or even a birth decade help more than the phrase “my (great) grandfather”.
2007-08-01 15:16:24

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What do you think illegal drunk driver who killed nun GF does NOT want him separated from family?

What do you think illegal drunk driver who killed nun GF does NOT want him separated from family?
BRISTOW, Va. – Police are trying to reconstruct what happened the night a suspected drunk driver slammed into a car with three nuns in Prince William County (web | news) . Along Bristow Road today, Prince William County Police piece together the precise elements of a drunk driving disaster. Accident investigators are mapping out Sunday morning’s head-on crash that killed Sister Denise Mosier, and seriously injured Sisters Connie Ruth Lupton and Charlotte Lange. A round-the-clock prayer vigil continues for those nuns who continue to fight for their lives in the Intensive Care Unit at Inova Fairfax Hospital. “We’re really worried about the two who are still critical,” said Sister Cecilia Dwyer of the Benedictine Sisters of Virginia. “We have a group of sisters going every four hours to the hospital to be with our two who are there.” The Benedictine Sisters website posts updates on the nuns that were hurt and on funeral arrangements for Sister Denise, now set for Friday morning. And forgiveness is the theme here for 23-year-old Carlos Montano, the convicted drunk driver who may face murder charges in this case. His family has gone to the convent to say they’re sorry for a young man, a father of two, who they say has struggled for years with a drinking problem. “There’s no excuse, no way to cover it up, but i just don’t want my kids’ father taken away,” said Nancy Avalos, the accused’s girlfriend. But as police build their case here against a man who was set to be deported, didn’t have a driver’s license, and was reportedly drunk at the time of the crash, those in the community say this tragedy was no accident. http://www.wjla.com/news/stories/0810/761233.html
Immigration – 5 Answers – 2010-08-04 16:16:28

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Wouldnt just be lovely if someone would sue “ICE” and the Federal Government for derelection of duty and murder. I hope they keep him locked up, I would take him to D.C. and drop him off at the WH. The worse part of this story is not over folks, IF he is deported, he will be back within 2 – 3 years and do it all over again……….. This madness has got to come to an end. The STATES have a RIGHT to defend their citizens. Immigration enforcement WAS and still is a STATE requirement. The Federal requirement is to make immigration laws not enforce them. Their is NOT suppose to be a Federal Police force. STATES have police authority. Now will the Catholic church abandon its open borders, pro-amnesty position? The Catholic Church has been a prime influencer in preventing illegals from being deported, preventing the border from being secured and attempting so-called “comprehensive immigration reform”, i.e. AMNESTY. While I am saddened for the nuns, the timing of this incident is surely significant. Just expect that the pro-amnesty crowd will make this about DUI offenders rather than illegal immigrants. In 3…2..1…

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Well too bad
2010-08-04 16:33:31

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Wouldnt just be lovely if someone would sue “ICE” and the Federal Government for derelection of duty and murder. I hope they keep him locked up, I would take him to D.C. and drop him off at the WH. The worse part of this story is not over folks, IF he is deported, he will be back within 2 – 3 years and do it all over again……….. This madness has got to come to an end. The STATES have a RIGHT to defend their citizens. Immigration enforcement WAS and still is a STATE requirement. The Federal requirement is to make immigration laws not enforce them. Their is NOT suppose to be a Federal Police force. STATES have police authority. Now will the Catholic church abandon its open borders, pro-amnesty position? The Catholic Church has been a prime influencer in preventing illegals from being deported, preventing the border from being secured and attempting so-called “comprehensive immigration reform”, i.e. AMNESTY. While I am saddened for the nuns, the timing of this incident is surely significant. Just expect that the pro-amnesty crowd will make this about DUI offenders rather than illegal immigrants. In 3…2..1…
2010-08-04 16:38:20

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Lock the entire family up in the same cell, they can be together there.
2010-08-04 16:39:16

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GF should keep her mouth shut. There is absolutely no sense in drunken driving no matter who you are. Sure, some will say citizens kill too but if that particular illegal wasn’t in the US they would still be alive.
2010-08-04 16:44:39

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I’m sure that womans family didn’t want her taken away either. Sorry,I have no sympathy for him.
2010-08-04 17:27:47

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who is head of local goverment in Woodbridge VA?

who is head of local goverment in Woodbridge VA?
it comes in prince william county. Give me the resource to please
Other – Politics & Government – 1 Answers – 2006-10-28 10:01:19

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Cliff Burton

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Cliff Burton
2006-10-28 10:02:46

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Adult schools?????????????????????

Adult schools?????????????????????
i live in Prince William County VA and i want to learn english (my nephew typed this)
Primary & Secondary Education – 1 Answers – 2009-02-23 17:19:32

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There are a lot of programs online.

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There are a lot of programs online.
2009-02-26 14:43:16

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Why shouldn’t we as parents be afraid for our children from diseases brought in by illegals?

Why shouldn’t we as parents be afraid for our children from diseases brought in by illegals?
Call me what you want, but why should we allow our children to be put in such dangers as the diseases brought in by illegal aliens? Why do we not have the right to say who is in our schools that could be spreading these diseases? Facts are they bring these diseases from home and spread them to our children. And you supporters feel this is okay too? I am glad my parents never felt like this. Print Another “inconvenient truth” about illegal immigration…disease April 18, 1:55 AM · Dave Gibson – Immigration Reform Examiner Last month, 50 students and teachers at Lilburn Middle School in Gwinnett County, Ga., a suburb of Atlanta , tested positive for tuberculosis exposure, and four have been confirmed to have an active case of TB.. While that news may be shocking to most, it is nothing new. In October 2009, about 200 students at the county’s Norcross High School underwent testing, after TB was discovered at the school. Of course, Atlanta is a known ‘sanctuary city’ for illegal aliens. It is often said that the flood of illegal immigrants into this country is reaching ‘epidemic proportions.’ While that statement is true, it is just as true that the illegal immigrants pouring over the U.S./Mexican border are endangering this country with actual epidemics. Tuberculosis, hepatitis, dengue fever, chagas, and even leprosy are being imported into the U.S. inside the bodies of illegal aliens. A virtual ‘hot-zone’ of disease can be found in this nations border states. Illegal immigrants have set up so-called ;colonias’ just inside the states of New Mexico, Texas, and Arizona. The shanty towns are comprised mostly of cardboard shacks and huts made with cast-off building materials. They have no sanitation, and are surrounded by mounds of garbage. The estimated 185,000 illegals share their makeshift towns with armies of rats. Of course, diseases only common to Central and South America run rampant in these places. One of the imports to this country is chagas disease. It is caused by a parasite known as trypanosome. It is a blood-borne disease and is spread by triatomine insects. The parasite burrows into human tissue (usually in the face), where it then begins to multiply. In addition to being spread by insects, it can also be contracted through blood transfusions. After cases of chagas were reportedly discovered to have been spread by transfusions in Canada, that nation began testing all blood donations for the disease. Once thought to be nearly eradicated in this country, TB is now making a strong comeback, thanks to unchecked immigration. In a 2005 interview with Mother Jones Magazine, Dr. Reichman of The New Jersey TB Clinic said: “In the 1990’s, cases among foreign born Americans rose from 29 percent to 41.6 percent. Antibiotic resistant strains from Mexico have migrated to Texas. Since three years ago, 16,000 new cases of TB were discovered in the United States. Half were foreign born. Strains of TB once only found in Mexico have migrated to the border states of Texas, Arizona, New Mexico, and California. It will move north as illegal aliens work in restaurants as cooks, dishwashers, and food handlers. We sit on the edge of a potential catastrophe.” In 2001, New York’s Tuberculosis Control Program discovered that 81 percent of that city’s new cases of TB were attributed to foreign nationals. As in Atlanta, cases of TB are now being found where there are high concentrations of illegal aliens. In March of 2002, The Washington Post reported that Virginia’s Prince William County experienced a 188 percent increase of TB infections over the previous year. Of course, the streets of Prince William County are over-run with illegal aliens seeking day-laborer jobs. In May 2009, another outbreak of TB was feared, this time in Chicago, as an infected doctor possibly spread the virus throughout area hospitals. The unidentified physician worked at Evanston Hospital, Children’s Memorial and Northwestern Memorial’s Prentice Women’s Hospital. Chicago has a ‘sanctuary’ policy for illegal aliens, and consequently has a very large illegal population. According to the CDC, the following countries accounted for the largest number of TB cases among legal, U.S. resident aliens in 2004: -Mexico (1,976) -Philippines (829) -Vietnam (619) -India (557) -China (352) -Haiti (248) -South Korea (219) -Guatemala (190) -Ethiopia (169) -Peru (159) Of course, the preceding numbers do not include the millions of illegal aliens currently living in this country. It costs between $250K to $1million to treat a patient with TB. Despite the dangers presented by swine flu and the fact that the World Health Organization raised their threat level to the highest in that group‘s history, the U.S. government refused to close our border with Mexico, where the flu actually originated and where the highest number of deaths occurred. During an April 27, 2009 press c DHS Janet Napolitano said: “Well, as I said yesterday, we’re already doing passive surveillance at the border. And with respect to closing the border, again, you would close the border if you thought you could contain disease, the spread of disease. But the disease already is in a number of states within the United States, so the containment issue doesn’t really play out. This particular flu, you can actually have it for a couple of days before you show any symptoms, and so even if—people could be coming through now, even under passive surveillance, who actually have the flu. So that’s a very difficult judgment to make.” Then on NBC’s Today Show Napolitano gave the real reason behind this administration’s unwillingness to close the border. Napolitano told viewers: “You have to look at what the costs of that are. We literally have thousands of trucks and lots of commerce that cross that border. We have food products and other things that go across that border. So that would be a v
Immigration – 6 Answers – 2010-05-18 06:57:55

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For the liberal teacher, there are not vaccinations against chagas disease or many of the ones that these illegals are exposing us to. This is one great concern to me as my children are exposed in one school and I am exposed in another. I use to have to get tested every 2 years for TB. But since illegals have invaded this area, I have to get tested yearly. What does this tell you. Between being a national threat and a health threat, I do not understand how they allow these illegal aliens to remain. Children do not receive a TB vaccination, a malaria vaccination or a chagas disease vaccination. They bring them into restaurants and from the homes of their illegal parents.

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Wanting to stop immigration from Mexico because of diseases is a very ignorant and misguided reason to cite. Take a look back and the immigration of the Irish and Germans. People claimed they were bringing diseases from Europe that were going to wipe out “Natural” Americans. Of course it never happened in the epic proportions they claimed it would. Don’t get me wrong, I am 100% against open borders and illegal immigration. The fear of a wide spread disease however, is just ignorant.
2010-05-18 07:05:27

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It does not cost a million dollars to treat Tb…maybe 10 years ago it did…but not today…it doesnt even cost the 250K you claim. The drugs to fight Tb are readily available and fairly inexpensive when compared to other drugs. There`s nothing they have that we dont have naturally in this country….I`d be more worried about the Dengue Fever thats popping up than Tb. Look at the West Nile Virus…thats not native to our area either, but it didnt come from Mexico
2010-05-18 07:05:58

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For the liberal teacher, there are not vaccinations against chagas disease or many of the ones that these illegals are exposing us to. This is one great concern to me as my children are exposed in one school and I am exposed in another. I use to have to get tested every 2 years for TB. But since illegals have invaded this area, I have to get tested yearly. What does this tell you. Between being a national threat and a health threat, I do not understand how they allow these illegal aliens to remain. Children do not receive a TB vaccination, a malaria vaccination or a chagas disease vaccination. They bring them into restaurants and from the homes of their illegal parents.
2010-05-18 07:09:01

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My kids have to be vaccinated before even thinking about going to school . Don’t know how they let the kid slip through
2010-05-18 07:13:31

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Your Exaggerating I go to a school in Atlanta and only one student had TB and the student was treated and end of problem. Where do you get your facts a million to treat TB. And you expect me to believe it I’m sorry I’m not naive.
2010-05-18 07:37:10

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We should be, and anyone who has served in the military, has had many shots to make sure we do not bring diseases back or catch them. Who is checking or making sure over the border. Thanks, am sending this one to my local American Legion.
2010-05-18 14:30:07

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Church helping illegal Man charged in crash that killed nun was getting legal aid from Catholic Charities?

Church helping illegal Man charged in crash that killed nun was getting legal aid from Catholic Charities?
Prince William, Va. — Carlos A. Martinelly Montano was being represented in deportation proceedings by Catholic Charities in the Diocese of Arlington when he allegedly struck and killed a Benedictine sister and wounded two other Richmond-based nuns in Prince William County while driving drunk this month. Hogar Immigrant Services, an arm of Catholic Charities in Arlington County, was providing legal help to Martinelly Montano, 23, whom federal officials have described as an illegal immigrant, the organization said yesterday. A deportation hearing is scheduled for Martinelly Montano next week in Falls Church, but a statement released last night by Catholic Charities indicates that deportation proceedings will be put on hold pending resolution of Martinelly Montano’s criminal charges. The representation by the Catholic-based immigrant service adds another development to the death of Sister Denise Mosier. Her Benedictine order has decried the politicization of Martinelly Montano’s case, which has become part of the debate over illegal aliens and diverted what the order has described as the more relevant issue of drunken driving. Police say Martinelly Montano’s car crashed head-on into a vehicle carrying the sisters Aug. 1 as the nuns were traveling from Richmond to a retreat at their monastery near Bristow in Prince William. Martinelly Montano is facing charges of driving under the influence for the third time in five years, a felony, and involuntary manslaughter. He is being held without bond. Sister Charlotte Lange and Sister Connie Ruth Lupton remained in critical condition yesterday, according to the Benedictine Sisters of Virginia. It is not clear why Martinelly Montano, a native of Bolivia, has been classified as illegal. The father of two young children, he was living with his parents and a sister. In the statement issued last night, Art Bennett, president of Catholic Charities in the Diocese of Arlington, said Hogar “accepts only clients who are eligible to apply for lawful immigrant status or other benefits under federal immigration law.”http://www2.timesdispatch.com/news/2010/aug/12/nuns121-ar-422895/ Will church continue to help him ?
Immigration – 6 Answers – 2010-08-15 11:41:46

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“Let he who is without sin cast the first stone” – Jesus Christ So who is Carlos A. Martinelly Montano? In court documents, he seems to be many people. Even his name is not an absolute certainty. Sometimes he’s Martinelli. Sometimes there’s no Montano. “We are confident that the man we have in custody is in fact named Carlos Abraham Martinelly Montano,” said Prince William Police Department spokesman Jonathan Perok. But there are lots of unanswered questions, making the investigation into Mosier’s death and Martinelly Montano’s past a challenge, Perok said. Also last week, U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano said her agency is beginning an in-depth investigation into Martinelly Montano’s past and how he avoided deportation after previous drunken-driving arrests. Homeland Security officials cited his release from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement custody sometime in 2008 as the focal point of its investigation. . . . Some people who know Martinelly Montano say he knows almost no English; others say he has hardly any accent. He has worked in Virginia at a T-shirt plant, a wireless service, a packaging company and as a carpenter, according to acquaintances and court documents. And while police say he is a native of Bolivia, one court document states that he was born in Newark, N.J. He has used Social Security numbers, according to arrest warrants, designated for Virginia, Washington and Maryland; one number he used doesn’t apply to any state or the District of Columbia. In January 2007, the man named Carlos was stopped for going 62 mph in a 45-mph zone in a rural area of Prince William. His identification showed that he lived in Maryland. In July that same year, a man named Carlos Abraham Martinelly Montano was found asleep behind the wheel of a car by a Prince William police officer near the same spot where the speeding incident had occurred. There were “several open beers next to the accused,” a warrant states. “He was extremely unsteady on his feet and almost fell into the road,” the officer wrote. A breath test showed that the man’s intoxication level at 3:15 that morning was twice the legal limit. But this Carlos didn’t live in Maryland. He lived a few miles away on Aden Road and possessed a Social Security number supposedly from Maryland, but the number doesn’t correspond with Maryland’s designated Social Security numbers. The man named Carlos was given a 30-day suspended jail sentence. His license was suspended for 12 months. It was apparently his first conviction for driving under the influence. In August, a few weeks after the DUI arrest, a man identified on a summons as Carlos Abraham Martinelly, who just had turned 20, was stopped for speeding on Interstate 95 in Sussex County. He was driving a car with Virginia plates but provided a Maryland driver’s license that listed his address as an apartment in Montgomery County near Gaithersburg. In 2008, Martinelly Montano was living in a Bristow-area home assessed then at more than $500,000, according to court documents. Summonses issued in Fairfax County for driving an uninspected vehicle, driving under a suspended license and having a faulty headlight all reference the same Virginia driver’s license number. He was convicted of being drunk in public, urinating in public, and in April last year was convicted of a second DUI charge. A judge in Prince William fined him $500 and ordered him to serve 363 days in jail but suspended all but 20 days. The release last year opened the door to a new conviction of driving on a revoked license, a $582 fine, and then to the events last Sunday, when Martinelly Montano got behind the wheel of his mother’s car, caromed off a guard rail on a bridge over Kettle Run, and hit the monastery-bound car head-on. A search warrant used to inspect the 1997 Subaru Legacy Outback states that Martinelly Montano’s “sobriety is the main factor [in the collision], and he has made verbal admission to drinking heavily the night prior to the fatal crash.” Authorities found empty beer cans in the front and rear areas of the car and an unopened can on the driver’s-side floorboard. He’s charged now with involuntary manslaughter and his third DUI within five years. . . . He lit into Martinelly Montano (“It’s our money paying to treat him in the hospital”) and angrily attacked the notion that the 23-year-old could enter the country illegally and live off the benefits of a society “where our forefathers fought and died for our freedom.” So Catholic Charities has no problems with all his drunkness arrest ? Why didn’t the church get him into rehab .Those lawyers knew of past arrests.

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Answer 1
I believe you have a reading comprehension problem, re read what you posted. It is not clear why Martinelly Montano, a native of Bolivia, has been classified as illegal. The father of two young children, he was living with his parents and a sister.
2010-08-15 11:46:48

Answer 2
First of all being “Charged” does not mean the man is guilty of anything. In America we are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law, not merely because we are charged with some crime. Second of all the Catholic church has always been a sanctuary. “Let he who is without sin cast the first stone” – Jesus Christ .
2010-08-15 11:47:25

Answer 3
It is not clear why she is classified as an illegal? Well that’s the whole purpose of the deportation procedings. Martinelly will have her day in court to prove she isn’t an illegal. Having two young children and living with your parents certainly doesn’t qualify you as a legal immigrant alone. Besides it is irrelevant. Those are major felony charges, and even a legal immigrant with a green card can get deported for killing people…but he will still have to do a lot of time first
2010-08-15 11:55:08

Answer 4
Will Catholic Family Services continue to help him? I sure hope not. Don’t think they’ll have much success even if they do continue to help him. For those who have read my harangues about DWI and DUI, I support ICE 100% on this issue – deport and permanently bar. And this story is the perfect example of my point. This person previously endangered US citizen lives and could have been gotten rid of. Now he has taken those lives. I don’t know the laws of the State of Virginia but God willing they will dismiss the criminal charges, turn the b**tard over to ICE, let him go into detention for a few years, and then deport his sorry a** forever. Detention costs less than state prison. Detention borders on cruel and unusual punishment. Works for me.
2010-08-15 12:07:00

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“Let he who is without sin cast the first stone” – Jesus Christ So who is Carlos A. Martinelly Montano? In court documents, he seems to be many people. Even his name is not an absolute certainty. Sometimes he’s Martinelli. Sometimes there’s no Montano. “We are confident that the man we have in custody is in fact named Carlos Abraham Martinelly Montano,” said Prince William Police Department spokesman Jonathan Perok. But there are lots of unanswered questions, making the investigation into Mosier’s death and Martinelly Montano’s past a challenge, Perok said. Also last week, U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano said her agency is beginning an in-depth investigation into Martinelly Montano’s past and how he avoided deportation after previous drunken-driving arrests. Homeland Security officials cited his release from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement custody sometime in 2008 as the focal point of its investigation. . . . Some people who know Martinelly Montano say he knows almost no English; others say he has hardly any accent. He has worked in Virginia at a T-shirt plant, a wireless service, a packaging company and as a carpenter, according to acquaintances and court documents. And while police say he is a native of Bolivia, one court document states that he was born in Newark, N.J. He has used Social Security numbers, according to arrest warrants, designated for Virginia, Washington and Maryland; one number he used doesn’t apply to any state or the District of Columbia. In January 2007, the man named Carlos was stopped for going 62 mph in a 45-mph zone in a rural area of Prince William. His identification showed that he lived in Maryland. In July that same year, a man named Carlos Abraham Martinelly Montano was found asleep behind the wheel of a car by a Prince William police officer near the same spot where the speeding incident had occurred. There were “several open beers next to the accused,” a warrant states. “He was extremely unsteady on his feet and almost fell into the road,” the officer wrote. A breath test showed that the man’s intoxication level at 3:15 that morning was twice the legal limit. But this Carlos didn’t live in Maryland. He lived a few miles away on Aden Road and possessed a Social Security number supposedly from Maryland, but the number doesn’t correspond with Maryland’s designated Social Security numbers. The man named Carlos was given a 30-day suspended jail sentence. His license was suspended for 12 months. It was apparently his first conviction for driving under the influence. In August, a few weeks after the DUI arrest, a man identified on a summons as Carlos Abraham Martinelly, who just had turned 20, was stopped for speeding on Interstate 95 in Sussex County. He was driving a car with Virginia plates but provided a Maryland driver’s license that listed his address as an apartment in Montgomery County near Gaithersburg. In 2008, Martinelly Montano was living in a Bristow-area home assessed then at more than $500,000, according to court documents. Summonses issued in Fairfax County for driving an uninspected vehicle, driving under a suspended license and having a faulty headlight all reference the same Virginia driver’s license number. He was convicted of being drunk in public, urinating in public, and in April last year was convicted of a second DUI charge. A judge in Prince William fined him $500 and ordered him to serve 363 days in jail but suspended all but 20 days. The release last year opened the door to a new conviction of driving on a revoked license, a $582 fine, and then to the events last Sunday, when Martinelly Montano got behind the wheel of his mother’s car, caromed off a guard rail on a bridge over Kettle Run, and hit the monastery-bound car head-on. A search warrant used to inspect the 1997 Subaru Legacy Outback states that Martinelly Montano’s “sobriety is the main factor [in the collision], and he has made verbal admission to drinking heavily the night prior to the fatal crash.” Authorities found empty beer cans in the front and rear areas of the car and an unopened can on the driver’s-side floorboard. He’s charged now with involuntary manslaughter and his third DUI within five years. . . . He lit into Martinelly Montano (“It’s our money paying to treat him in the hospital”) and angrily attacked the notion that the 23-year-old could enter the country illegally and live off the benefits of a society “where our forefathers fought and died for our freedom.” So Catholic Charities has no problems with all his drunkness arrest ? Why didn’t the church get him into rehab .Those lawyers knew of past arrests.
2010-08-15 13:06:11

Answer 6
And they wonder why people are turning away from the church. This is downright disgusting.
2010-08-15 14:28:23

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Did you see this Illegal immigrant who killed nun in accident was released by feds?

Did you see this Illegal immigrant who killed nun in accident was released by feds?
The man suspected of drunken driving and killing a Catholic nun in Prince William County this weekend is an illegal immigrant who was awaiting deportation and who federal immigration authorities had released pending further proceedings, police said Monday. The man, Carlos Montano, a county resident, had been arrested by police twice before on drunk-driving charges, and on at least one of those occasions county police reported him to federal authorities. “We have determined that he is in the country illegally. He has been arrested by Prince William County Police in the past,” said Officer Jonathan Perok, a police spokesman, who said U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement was notified at the time of one of those arrests. Officer Perock said Montano was in deportation proceedings at the time of this weekend’s killing, but was out on his own recognizance. A call to ICE was not immediately returned, but the incident raises questions about the agency’s policy of only detaining some illegal immigrants awaiting deportation, while releasing others. The latest ICE statistics show the agency is actually detaining fewer people now on an average daily basis than they did in 2009. The Sunday morning crash killed Sister Denise Mosier and injured two other nuns as they were driving to a retreat at the Benedictine Monastery in Bristow, Va. The two injured nuns were in critical but stable condition, according to St. Gertrude High School in Richmond, run by the Benedictine Sisters of Virginia. http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2010/aug/2/illegal-immigrant-killed-nun-released-by-feds/
Immigration – 6 Answers – 2010-08-02 14:05:29

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Is this what they mean by the obama administration doing it’s job deporting illegal aliens? Instead of deporting them they set them free until they kill someone! getmoney: statistically illlegal aliens are 5 times more likely to kill someone while driving drunk that an American! How do you get “that he is assimilating to the American Culture.”? FYI: The CDC is in charge of DUI stats!

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Answer 1
Unless the charge is MURDER, bail is common in American criminal cases.
2010-08-02 14:07:05

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The man suspected of drunken driving and killing a Catholic nun in Prince William County this weekend The operative word here is “SUSPECTED”.
2010-08-02 14:14:04

Answer 3
I feel that immigration courts should be requiring bail prior to the release of anybody awaiting trial. Additionally, we need to increase the number of immigration courts (and run them 24×7 if necessary) in order to ensure that no more than a week passes between the arrest and the final hearing. And any conviction means that an illegal is subject to deportation without any hearing being necessary.
2010-08-02 14:16:44

Answer 4
I guess you can say that he is assimilating to the American Culture. Take a look at FBI stats, and you’ll see what group of people commit that most similar crime.
2010-08-02 14:25:23

Answer 5
Is this what they mean by the obama administration doing it’s job deporting illegal aliens? Instead of deporting them they set them free until they kill someone! getmoney: statistically illlegal aliens are 5 times more likely to kill someone while driving drunk that an American! How do you get “that he is assimilating to the American Culture.”? FYI: The CDC is in charge of DUI stats!
2010-08-02 14:31:57

Answer 6
They are not giving the full story here. They can take blood toxic tests to see how much he had to drink. As the norm activists are defending a two time arrested drunk driver as being the victim.They did not even ask him for bail. Illegals are getting preferred treatment.This guy should be held on a detainer .He will be in Mexico and never face any charges.
2010-08-02 14:32:40

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What do U think Mexicans without borders complain equal laws for all are racist anginst illegals?

What do U think Mexicans without borders complain equal laws for all are racist anginst illegals?
Prince William County, Virginia is one area where federal agents have trained local cops to be the front line of the immigration issue. Many see Prince William as an experiment for what immigration enforcement could look like in the future. On any given day, local officer Gary Mendoza will see crowds of day laborers waiting for work. Day laborers have become a common sight in Prince William in recent years. Studies show that almost 80 percent of day laborers are illegal immigrants. “They’re going to have to look for work and they do it over here, sometimes we get calls…complaints from citizens,” said Mendoza. However, long-time residents of this suburban county just a short drive from Washington D.C. want them gone. “If you live next to a house with three or four bedrooms and there’s 20 people crammed into it who all appear to be day laborers and all of the trash and noise and potential safety issues around that, it really hits people home. It’s their neighborhood, their street, their personal environment, where they’re affected,” said Greg Letiecq, who helped pass a new law to get illegal immigrants out of the county. The law allows local police officers to check the immigration status of anyone who gets arrested. Some see Letiecq’s approach as heroic, others call him a bigot. Critics of the policy say it gives officers the right to target Latin Americans, illegal or not. “I think the trust between the community and the police was destroyed, completely destroyed. I haven’t seen Latino people calling the police except in extreme cases,” said Ricardo Juarez, an activist from the group Mexicans without Borders. Juarez came to the US from Mexico illegally 15 years ago. Since then he’s paid taxes, held a steady construction job, and sent his son to the local schools. To Juarez, Prince Williams is his home just as much as it is Letiecq’s. “We not only work here, we not only sleep here, we also spend our money here in many different ways so there are many different ways immigrants contribute to the economical growth of the county,” Juarez said. Today Juarez has a hotline for members of his community who need help. He gets several calls a day from friends in trouble. “If you’re driving on the street and you are Latino and you have a cop on your back you must be afraid. It’s a sense that is product or consequence of the policy,” he said. Another consequence of the policy has been an exodus of Latinos from Prince William County. “It was amazing, we were watching overcrowded houses just empty out in the middle of the night along with most of the appliances and copper piping and that kind of stuff, but it was happening everywhere that the problems that existed in their neighborhoods with certain houses were disappearing,” Letiecq said. But for some like Juarez, those problems were real people who left the county out of fear. “I have a friend…she took the decision to leave this city and the county because well she said is that she don’t want her daughter and her son to grow up in this environment with hate and racism,” Juarez said. On the same ground that the American civil war was fought to empower minorities, it seems that a new battle over immigration is just beginning. http://rt.com/Top_News/2010-01-23/cops-illegal-immigrants.html?fullstory
Immigration – 6 Answers – 2010-01-22 16:02:02

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sounds like it is working to me. hell with their cries about racism. 80% of illegals are hispanic. so they should worry.

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because right-wingers ARE racist
2010-01-22 16:04:24

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This nation is so concerned with the rights of minorities nowadays, the majority no longer have any.
2010-01-22 16:12:37

Answer 3
no english…i am illegal ….so my english not so good but i smell bullsh!t…
2010-01-22 17:27:23

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sounds like it is working to me. hell with their cries about racism. 80% of illegals are hispanic. so they should worry.
2010-01-22 18:34:02

Answer 5
I agree! Right-wingers (Republicans/Conservatives) hate non-whites.
2010-01-22 21:03:23

Answer 6
we united states citizens will win the war on illegals coming here. it’s funny how mexicans think they are the only illegals here, illegals come from all over the world. it also ticks me off when a united states mexican gets pulled over because they think he/she might be illegal. we can thank the illegals for that one.
2010-01-23 00:00:15

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