Police Enforcing Immigration Laws?
- Some police in the suburbs may soon join the fight against illegal immigration.
- Police in Carpentersville say a federal program could help them get rid of criminals who live there illegally.
- The designation would allow the officers to ask people about their immigration status, check their documentation to see if they are in the U.S. legally, and, if they are not, start the deportation process.
Wow. Just imagine the impact a decent sized Department of, oh, let's say 13,000 officers could do if they were allowed to actually, you know, enforce the laws of the country to which their City allegedly belongs to? And the cost savings alone in subsidized health care at a large County Hospital that seems to cater to people from OTHER counties in defiance of all sorts common sense?