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    EXCLUSIVE: CALIFORNIA DMV ORDERED TO OVERLOOK IDENTITY THEFT BY ILLEGALS

    EXCLUSIVE: CALIFORNIA DMV ORDERED TO OVERLOOK IDENTITY THEFT BY ILLEGALS



    by ADELLE NAZARIAN
    27 Jan 2015Los Angeles, CA






    Illegal aliens may enjoy a free pass on identity theft due to a new investigative policy at California’s Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV).

    The policy, issued last year and effective as of Jan. 1, 2015, directs DMV investigators to overlook identity theft by applicants “who may have attempted to obtain or been issued a license or ID card previously through submission of false information.”
    A DMV source who asked to remain anonymous provided Breitbart News exclusively with a copy of the newly-enacted internal policy memorandum. The document informs DMV investigative officers that past identity theft is acceptable when the illegally-acquired IDs were only used to obtain a driver license, and where the license or ID was not used to commit any other crime.

    It is unclear how investigators are meant to determine whether a falsely obtained driver license or ID was used solely for driving, or also to commit other crimes, such as using a fraudulently-obtained driver license to open a bank account, to apply for a loan, or even to purchase alcohol.

    The policy seems to expect applicants to admit voluntarily to using a fraudulent driver license or ID for purposes other than driving a motor vehicle, if they did so.

    Typically, identity theft may be prosecuted as a felony in California. The new DMV policy may be an attempt to protect illegal aliens from prosecution and conviction for a felony that could lead to their deportation, and disqualify them from President Barack Obama’s new “executive amnesty” policy.

    The source told Breitbart News: “My belief is that this policy came from the governor’s office.” The source added that a naturalized or natural born U.S. citizen who attempted to obtain a driver license fraudulently would not receive the same consideration, and would be prosecuted as a criminal.

    “It’s unethical and it goes directly against the law enforcement code of ethics,” the anonymous source said of the new DMV policy.

    A spokesperson for the California DMV told Breitbart News that while the agency “can’t prove it if someone completely lied on their identity the first time,” the DMV is constantly searching for “inconsistent information,” and turns relevant cases in to the district attorney’s office for prosecution.

    “There is a chance we could miss someone,” she cautioned, but assured Breitbart News that “investigators are constantly looking for cases” of identity theft.

    http://www.breitbart.com/california/...t-by-illegals/
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    (The document informs DMV investigative officers that past identity theft is acceptable when the illegally-acquired IDs were only used to obtain a driver license, and where the license or ID was not used to commit any other crime.)



    I can not believe it !!
    identity theft is a crime in any country in the world
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    This should become a highlight for all Republicans in California to grasp on to. These are the types of issues that win elections, issues that unite our people, and California along with every other state that issues these drivers licenses to illegal aliens need to wake up and smell their own crap, because as fragmented and as unsatisfactory as the Republican Party has become over personal social issues, that will pass, and the majority of our party will rise up and demand an end to this type of nonsense that threatens the lives, finances, jobs, security and privacy of US citizens. Identity theft is a $50 billion a year cost to US citizens, and one of the reasons why credit card interest rates are so high. So every time an American pays a credit card bill they are paying the interest to cover the cost of identity theft, so this issue isn't just about the poor victims of identity theft who endure hell and back trying to recoup their identity and thus their lives, this issue impacts every American consumer.

    You know, there should be a federal law that protects states from recognizing state issued drivers licenses to illegal aliens so that no other state is required to accept or recognize it. That would at least confine the problem to the stupid state with the dumb ass state government that issued it.
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