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    Fleeing gangs is no reason for amnesty; Salvadorans should f

    Fleeing gangs is no reason for amnesty; Salvadorans should fight for El Salvador
    Andy Arnold
    August 4, 12:02 PM
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    Forget about any danger posed by soon-to-be Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor, Justice John Paul Stevens brought the case of three illegals from El Salvador to the Supremes last month. The court gave the Obama administration an opportunity to add fleeing gang recruitment to asylum grounds.

    Pablo, Rene and Silvia Mira left El Salvador in 2004, illegally crossing the border to live with their mother in Minnesota, according to an article in the Minneapolis Star-Tribune. Arrested by immigration agents shortly after entering the United States, the Miras argued they were fleeing recruitment by the Mara Salvatrucha (MS)-13 gang.

    Traditional definitions of asylum include protection for people fleeing persecution based on race, religion, nationality and political beliefs. If people claiming to be members of social groups that are targeted for reprisals by criminals in their homelands are included on the asylum list, how is the Department of Homeland Security expected to protect the United States. Who better fits the description than rogue criminals gone astray of syndicates?

    Once upon a time, young people like the Miras, and many of the other illegals running from El Salvador, would stay and fight for change in their homeland. That is what America should encourage. This and combatting MS 13 in the United States.

    Instead, MS-13 operates in at least 42 states and the District of Columbia and has about 6,000-10,000 members nationwide, according to the FBI. The criminal imports include Dennis L. Gil Bernardez who authorities say headed up MS 13 in the Washington area and faces up to 160 years in prison after a federal jury found him guilty of trying to kill rival gang members. Jose M. Aguilar Orantes was also found guilty. He faces 95 years behind bars.
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    Senior Member azwreath's Avatar
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    With the number of MS 13 gang members already in this country, with more arriving all the time, has it ever occured to these geniuses that this is HOW they are getting in?
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    Senior Member builditnow's Avatar
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    We have gangs and gang recruitment here!!! So they can get asylum here to avoid gangs in El Salvador, only to be recruited by gangs here!

    Is there any country on the face of the earth that doesn't have some gangs and gang recruitment? So anyone from anywhere in the world can apply for asylum in the US then!!!

    The real difference here is free education, free health care, lots of free tax-payer funded goodies. And automatic "victim" status to new arrivals, especially if they are non-Western European ethnic groups.

    This country has completely lost any semblance of sanity. It is a free-falling, free-for-all, who can get away with the most craziness.
    <div>Number*U.S. military*in S.Korea to protect their border with N.Korea: 28,000. Number*U.S. military*on 2000 mile*U.S. southern border to protect ourselves from*the war in our own backyard: 1,200 National Guard.</

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