CASA OF MARYLAND THINKS CRIMINAL ILLEGAL ALIENS MAKE GREAT NEIGHBORS
CHECK OUT THIS EVENT WEDNESDAY NIGHT SPONSORED BY CASA OF MD AND THEIR CAST OF LEFTIST HATE GROUPS. EVEN MONTGOMERY COUNTY POLICE CHIEF TOM MANGER IS SPEAKING, I MEAN PANDERING, TO THESE GROUPS.
THE EVENT IS A PROTEST AGAINST FEDERAL IMMIGRATION OFFICIALS WHO WANT TO REMOVE AND DEPORT CRIMINAL ILLEGAL ALIENS FROM MARYLAND JAILS.
GOVERNOR HOGAN AND THE MAJORITY OF MARYLAND CITIZENS WANT THESE CRIMINAL ILLEGAL ALIENS REMOVED FROM OUR STATE. BUT NOT CASA AND THEIR BAND OF WAYWARD FRIENDS. EVERY CRIMINAL HISPANIC ILLEGAL ALIEN IS A POTENTIAL VOTER AND SUPPORTER OF THE DEMOCRATS.
WITHOUT HISPANIC ILLEGAL ALIENS IT WOULD BE A LONELY JOB TO WORK FOR CASA. WHO WOULD THEY SERVE WITH OUR TAX DOLLARS IF ALL THE ILLEGAL ALIENS AND THEIR ANCHOR BABIES WERE DEPORTED?
Safe Silver Spring/CASA/ACLU MD Meeting on the New ICE Deportation Policy – SEPTEMBER 2, 7 p.m.
Craig J. Fohl, Chief of Staff, Eastern Regional ICE Office
Jamison Matuszewski, Deputy Field Office Director, Eastern Regional ICE Office
Tom Manger, Chief, Montgomery Police
Rob Green, Director, Montgomery County Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation
George Escobar, CASA de Maryland
Sirene Shebaya, ACLU MD
Meeting to be held at Long Branch Community Center, 8700 Piney Branch Road, Silver Spring, MD 20901, Social Hall, 2nd Floor
In November, President Obama announced that the Priority Enforcement Program (PEP) would replace the Secure Communities Program (S-Comm.)(*see update below)
The major difference between the programs is that under S-Comm, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) asked local and state police agencies to detain all persons of interest (including undocumented immigrants or immigrants who are lawfully present but have been charged with certain crimes) for an additional 48 hours, exclusive of weekends and holidays, so that ICE can pick them up. Critics said this led to the deportation of individuals who had been charged with a crime, but never convicted. Advocates (and federal courts) also found the practice of continued detention beyond the release date to be unconstitutional under the Fourth Amendment. Under the new PEP program, immigration officials will in some circumstances request only that local officials notify ICE of an immigrant detainee’s release date, and only if the person has already been “convicted” of a crime.
It will be up to ICE field directors to determine whether to pick up detainees prior to their release from the local detention facilities and place them in deportation proceedings. Administration officials said their intent is to deport violent and repeat offenders. But advocates have pointed out that administration officials said the same thing when S-Comm was created, and then failed to live up to that promise.
While the changes have won the support of organizations representing local police officials, they continue to be opposed by immigration advocates, who say the threat of deportation undermines the willingness of communities to work with the police and that deportation breaks up families. Advocates also say that to the extent the new program still asks for additional detention without providing a judicial warrant, it continues to be unconstitutional under the Fourth Amendment. They are skeptical that the administration will in fact live up to its statements regarding who it will target for enforcement.
*Latest TRAC (Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse) report found that though overall number of detainers is continuing to decrease, ICE is still not targeting “serious criminals” under the new PEP program. Fully 2/3 had zero criminal convictions and only 19% had felony convictions.
Note the interesting additional fact that detainers are still being issued left and right without convictions… Just highlights how important it is for local jurisdictions to continue enacting limited detainer policies.
This meeting is jointly sponsored by Safe Silver Spring, by CASA de Maryland, and ACLU MD. Cosponsors are Prezco (President’s Council of Silver Spring Civic Associations), Greater Silver Spring Democratic Club, Montgomery County Young Dems, Maryland Multicultural Youth Centers, Renter’s Alliance, Pyramid Atlantic, and Marylanders to Prevent Gun Violence.
REMINDER – EVENT IN BETHESDA THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 6:30PM, WITH SPEAKERS OPPOSED TO THE OBAMA NUCLEAR DEAL WITH IRAN.
THIS IS A NON-HSM EVENT BUT IS PROVIDED FOR THOSE INTERESTED IN THIS IMPORTANT TOPIC.
REMINDER TO JOIN US!
September 3, 2015 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM
Meet Sarah Stern, Founder and President of The Endowment for Middle East Truth (EMET)
Sarah Stern is the Founder and President of The Endowment for Middle East Truth (EMET). Founded in 2005, EMET’s mission is to educate policymakers in Washington, DC and the general public about the importance of Israel to the United States in their common struggle against radical Islam. EMET provides pertinent information to Senators and Members of Congress to make informed decisions that will improve American security and the security of America’s ally, Israel.
Topic – Iranian Nuclear Deal – Dangerous Agreement for America
Meet Amie Hoeber, Candidate for MD-6
Amie Hoeber, current candidate for CD 6. She was appointed by President Reagan to serve as Deputy Under Sec. of Army. Her topic: The Iran Deal – A BAD DEAL THAT LULLS THE U.S. INTO A FALSE SENSE OF COMPLACENCY AND WHY WE NEED MORE PEOPLE IN CONGRESS WHO ARE EXPERIENCED AND KNOWLEDGEABLE IN FOREIGN POLICY IN THESE DANGEROUS TIMES
Topic: Take Back 6!!!
When: Thursday, September 3, 2015
Where: NEW LOCATION!!!
4723 Elm Street, Bethesda, Maryland 20814
UP THE STAIRS TO SECOND FLOOR
IMPORTANT NOTE NEW LOCATION DOWNTOWN BETHESDA
PLEASE USE Elm Garage. Location: 4841 Bethesda Avenue
Time: 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM
Cost $5 at door
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