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    CO BROKEN LIGHT, BROKEN DREAM: Illegal immigrants in Aurora

    Posted: Wednesday, May 25, 2011 9:53 pm | Updated: 9:29 am, Thu May 26, 2011.

    SARA CASTELLANOS The Aurora Sentinel | 32 comments

    A gallon of milk, a burnt out car light, and Aurora will likely have one less illegal immigrant.

    Everyday life led to the worst that can happen for Gerardo Noriega, who was living illegally in Aurora when the never-ending fear of being deported became a reality.

    Noriega, 20, was driving from his Aurora home to a grocery store in April 2010 when an Arapahoe County Sheriff pulled him over for a broken license plate light. The Mexican-born graduate of Smoky Hill High School was arrested for driving without a license and detained in Aurora’s Immigration and Customs Enforcement jail for three days.

    “You drive with the risk of knowing this could happen to you,
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    [quote]You drive with the risk of knowing this could happen to you,

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    ZERO

    ZERO SYMPATHY FOR ILLEGALS. We are the ones suffering from THEIR invasion.
    Keep your sob story propaganda, go home and fix up your own country with the knowledge you received in our schools, courtesy the American people whom you were exploiting...

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    Check out the pictures at the link. Noriega-What in the heck is that thing in your lip? How did you afford it if you are so darn poor and can't work because you are illegal?

    The poor(SARCASM) mom is crying in all of the pictures of her. I'd cry too if I had a three year old, a 20 year old and however many other kids. Where is your personal responsibility in this? It's nowhere in sight as you expect us to pay for your "too many children" at all stages of your child bearing years!

    [quote]You drive with the risk of knowing this could happen to you,

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    So basicly were suposed to feel sorry for this kid? His parents became legal citizens but forgot to make their son legal! I'm suposed to feel bad and our laws are broken? No the truth is mom and dad did it and didn't take their own childs future in to concitteration so now they pay the pipper! As for the other lady if she cared for her children she wouldn't have put her family in this situation in the first place! To cry about how unfair our laws are isn't the real issiue here the issiue is these people didn't follow the rules and created a situation that jepordizes their current family inviorment! Its not the laws that are flawed in these situations but the people who assume that its ok to break them!!!

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    [quote]And now, the notion that he could be sent back to Mexico — a country that he broke ties with at 10 years old — has taken an emotional toll on his parents, who are permanent U.S. citizens.

    [b]“Personally, I feel very anguished, sad and desperate,

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    Re: CO BROKEN LIGHT, BROKEN DREAM: Illegal immigrants in Aur

    City and county law enforcement officials like the program.
    "That's funny cause we like it too!"
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    [quote]His ambition is to become an auto mechanic but neither colleges nor employers will accept him without a state-issued ID. He became particularly disheartened when he had to turn down a plum job with auto giant BMW last year. And now, the notion that he could be sent back to Mexico — a country that he broke ties with at 10 years old — has taken an emotional toll on his parents, who are permanent U.S. citizens.

    [b]“Personally, I feel very anguished, sad and desperate,
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