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    Senior Member legalatina's Avatar
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    Philly and Trenton=Sanctuary cities declares Al DIA

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    Sanctuaries: Unrecognized, but Free of Federal Raids
    Por Gustavo MartÃ*nez / Redacción AL DÃ

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    [quote]Sawyer believes that the development of this Sanctuary Network is important in the city because of the existence of “hate groups outside of Philadelphiaâ€
    Nam vet 1967/1970 Skull & Bones can KMA .Bless our Brothers that gave their all ..It also gives me the right to Vote for Chuck Baldwin 2008 POTUS . NOW or never*

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    No one would be questioned if they used excessive physical force to stop a murder, a rape, arson or even a burglary. Why would excessive force be questioned in stopping illegal immigrants? They are listed as a danger by the US State Department. I am not saying that ending a life is the right thing to do. But, someone please tell me why there is a legal distinction. A crime is a crime.
    "Men of low degree are vanity, Men of high degree are a lie. " David
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