Sunday, January 20, 2008

Phoenix Sanctuary Policy drives community appeal to Sheriff Joe Arpaio

Cross posted from Bear creek Ledger

A community within the city of Phoenix appealed to Maricopa county
Sheriff Joe Arpaio for help with their crime problems since the city
police are prevented from responding to problems created by illegal
aliens in the community.

From Judicial Watch Corruption Chronicles:

(Phoenix, AZ) - Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio has
been asked to bring a law enforcement solution to the growing street
crime crisis along Phoenix’s Thomas Road business district and
neighboring residential areas by area small business owners and
homeowners. Judicial Watch, the public interest group that investigates
and prosecutes government corruption, is assisting the businesses and
home owners by promoting a law-and-order solution to the community
street crime problem.

Faced with a growing criminal element engaged in trespass,
solicitation, loitering, drug dealing, sexual harassment, public
urination and defecation and other street crime, small businesses have
had to bear additional costly business expenses to employ off-duty
sheriff’s deputies for protection. “Day laborers,” the vast majority of
whom are illegal aliens, have been often involved in area street crime
issues. Phoenix Police routinely ignore the street crime problem,
responding very selectively to only the most egregious crimes that
simply cannot be ignored due to violence or loss of property. The
Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office is the only law enforcement agency
enforcing both federal and state immigration laws in Arizona. The
community letter reads in part:

“We call upon Sheriff Arpaio to restore law and order to
this area. The policies and practices of the Phoenix Police Department
are damaging our businesses, driving down home values and destroying
our community. We’re tired of the political double-talk and excuses.
We’re tired of being harassed and victimized. Sheriff Arpaio needs to
take strong action to restore safety to our community.”

snip….“The Phoenix business community is fed up with a lack of law
enforcement in their community. Sheriff Arpaio has been responsive in
the past to the community’s concerns about illegal immigration, so we
are confident he’ll pay attention to this latest plea for help,” stated
Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton.

Sanctuary cities protect law breakers instead of legal law abiding
citizens. Really brings those illegal aliens out of the shadows though,
doesn’t it!

Other news from the Coalition:
Oh the Irony–Mexico is Having Problems Re-Absorbing It’s Citizens - Miss Beth’s Victory Dance

Government Sues to Build Fence (Updated) - Virtuous Republic

Illegal Alien Serial Rapist of Teenage Girls Arrested - Conservative Common Man

South Carolina, Illegal Immigration, and Huckabee - Right Truth

Oklahoma Immigration Law a Model for U.S States - Brian Bonner

**This was a production of The Coalition Against Illegal Immigration
(CAII). If you would like to participate, please go to the above link
to learn more. Afterwards, email brianbonner90-at-gmail-dot-com and
let us know at what level you would like to participate.

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