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Apr 8 - Vigilante Sentenced To Death

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-----------------IMMIGRATION DAILY FROM ILW.COM------------------

April 8, 2011,0408.shtm


1. Comment: Vigilante Sentenced To Death - According to a recent

news report,

an Arizona jury has sentenced another anti-immigration vigilante

to death for the murder of an immigrant family. Many anti-

immigrationists have no respect for law and order and act as

vigilantes. We commend the Arizona jury for reaching a just

result thus reminding the anti-immigrationists that they are not

above the law.

2. Article: Proposed Framework For Department Of State Consular

Complaint Procedure by Kenneth White,0408-white.shtm

3. Article: Top Competencies A Lawyer Needs To Succeed Today by

Larry Bodine,0408-bodine.shtm

4. Bloggings: US Envoy To PN Nurses: "Be Great" by Christopher


5. Bloggings: Help Save Detroit's Freedom House by Jason Dzubow,0408-dzubow.shtm

6. News: USCIS Continues To Accept FY 2012 H-1B Petitions,0408-h1b.shtm

7. News: USCIS Updates FY2012 H-1B Cap Count,0408-h1bcap.shtm

8. Focus: The Immigration Compliance Book

The Immigration Compliance Book, Editors Angelo A. Paparelli, L.

Batya Schwartz Ehrens, and Dan Siciliano features contributions

from Jason Burritt, Francis E. Chin, Philip C. Curtis, Laura

Danielson, John Fay, Bonnie K. Gibson, Richard Gump, Douglas D.

Hauer, Susanne C. Heubel, Loan Huynh, Jay Jorgensen, Susan Kelly,

Adam Ketcher, Cynthia Lange, Kevin Lashus, Robert F. Loughran,

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Michael Patrick, Julie Pearl, Justin A. Rymer, Olivia M. Sanson,

Lynn O. Tarran, Vinh C. Trieu, Steve Trow, Greg Wald, Matthew

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++Understanding I-9 Concepts

++I-9 Advanced Topics

++Employer E-Verify Considerations

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++DHS Enforcement Through ICE Raids and Audits

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9. Headline: House Subcommittee Battles Diversity in U.S.

Immigration System

10. Headline: Whitman' s former housekeeper was honored at an

immigrant righs gala in Los Angeles

11. Headline: Life after deportation: Young citizens left behind

when parents leave the country

12. Headline: ICE targeted a school where immigrant parents were

picking up their children: harassment instead of enforcement

13. Headline: Obama's reelection strategy should prioritize the

DREAM Act and Immigration reform

14. Headline: Utah's Immigration Law authorizes guest worker

status without creating a path to citizenship.

15. Headline: RT @LegalLanguage Tax Day is almost upon us! But US

citizens aren't the only ones filing returns:

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finds child pornography on laptop -

17. Headline: RT @thenyic watch livestream of NYS homeland

security operations post 911 here-

18. Headline: Immigration reforms shot down

19. Headline: Ind. House speaker questions immigration crackdown:

Arizona's proposal moving through the Legislature

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  1. marc west's Avatar
    I agree that NO ONE is above the law and if someone murdered another and are proven guilty they should go to prison. I also believe that Illegal aliens ARE NOT ABOVE THE LAW and should be arrested and deported for BREAKING THE LAW. They disregard our laws from the start, use fraudulent ID, take jobs U.S. Citizens should have, bring in disease and live off the government teat. BS !! I spent 3 years to bring my wife and step daughter here, through the proper procedures. For others to jump the line and break the law is wrong and it shows me that they have NO respect for the rule of law. And no I'm not racist (my wife is from China and our best man is Black) or against immigration (only illegal).
  2. Merrill Clark, New York Immigration Attorney's Avatar
    In your April 8, 2011 daily email, item 1, you "commend" the jury for reaching a "just result" of imposing the death penalty upon the Arizona vigilante. Rather than have a "just result," I believe a "better result" would have been the victim's family forgiving the killers and asking for and the jury complying to give the killers life sentences. While it is now beyond jury verdicts for two of the three, it is not too late for the family to consult and request the same of the Arizona Governor. To do so would be very difficult for the family but would be an high honor to the slain daughter and father and an example of forgiveness that is much needed in Arizona. (See attached link for the inspiring story of forgiveness of Victoria Ruvolo in New York: )
  3. Ed Roche's Avatar
    Dear Sir/Madam,

    I am an avid reader of Immigration Daily. I am a recent immigrant to the United States, and am a soon-to-be law student with a strong desire to work on behalf of prospective immigrants in the future. I find Immigration Daily to be an invaluable resource in keeping informed about immigration issues. I read it daily, word for word, and frequently share it with friends who share my interest. For the last three years, I have worked for little or no money to defend people across the United States who are facing the death penalty.

    I was absolutely appalled to read, in today's first feature, that Immigration Daily "commend[s] the Arizona jury for reaching a just
    result" by imposing a death sentence on two criminal defendants in Arizona. It is extremely irresponsible for a publication like yours, which so effectively highlights human-rights abuses in the immigration system, to commend a practice as barbaric and discriminatory as the death penalty.

    From my first-hand experience, I can assure you that the death penalty operates in an arbitrary manner, disproportionately affects the poor, and mirrors many of the racial prejudices that are sadly still prevalent in society. It is devoid of deterrent effect. Furthermore, there is an increasing awareness of the acute suffering that inmates suffer while being put to death by lethal injection.

    I am not suggesting for one moment that a terrible crime like that committed by these defendants should go unpunished. I am not denying that the victims' relatives and society at large have an interest in holding the perpetrators to account. However, it doesn't follow that the death penalty is a "just" punishment simply because it happens to be the most severe punishment on the statute books.

    I hope that, upon reconsideration, you see fit to publish an apology on the website and in Monday's email. If you decide not to do that, I would appreciate a personal response to this email, detailing your reasons.

    Thank you for your attention to this.


  4. Robert E. 's Avatar
    Justice is never done when the death penalty is involved!
  5. Ewelinkaw2's Avatar
    The discussion of the ways in which one`s death date can effectively be predicted has recently been rapidly spreading over the net. A few months ago one priest filed suit against a the site when this site predicted that his death was only a year away. What got him especially worried was the fact that just about seven months before that his colleague had taken the same test and died exactly on the predicted date. Sad but true.
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