Here’s What Happens When the Law is not Followed
We often hear the argument that there is no way that we can deport every illegal. It would be too hard, cruel, expensive, etc. But it is hard to prove this as a tenable argument since no one has ever tried.
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Even if all of these arguments could be proven to have some merit, there is a question that Americans should be asking. What is the cost for not, at least, trying to send the illegals home? What is the price in law enforcement? What is the cost of victims some illegals are making of American citizens?
Two Massachusetts citizens might have an idea the cost, as they now can be counted among the group of victims.
Four illegal aliens from Guatemala are charged in the rape of a Massachusetts woman and the vicious beating of her boyfriend, and one of the suspects was arrested less than a month before the attack — but he was not reported to immigration authorities.
The men have many arrests and are not the poor migrant workers that are often portrayed by Democrats. They were not busy doing jobs Americans did not want. In fact, they were not working at all. They were drinking waiting for a target.
Maybe now these criminals will be sent back to their own country.
The quartet has been saddled with a slew of charges: Elmer is charged with rape, kidnapping, threatening to commit a crime and assault with a dangerous weapon; Ariel is charged with unarmed robbery, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, indecent assault and battery, kidnapping and witness intimidation; Adan and Jarquin-Felipe were charged with indecent assault and battery and kidnapping. All four have pleaded not guilty.
These people have shown that they are not worthy to live in America. Their activity points to what has been said many times; their illegal entry to the country displays their lawless behavior.
Article reposted with permission from Constitution.com. Article by Michael Ware.