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- Sat, 24 Aug 2019 18:32:31 EST TxpuvBgJ No.178616
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America's gestapo had a big month. Some highlights.

Massive raids in Mississippi dissappear over 600 migrant workers, leaving hundreds of kids without parents. Workers who fought for labor rights and better conditions were specifically targeted. None of the bosses who knowing broke the law were arrested:
https://truthout.org/video/mississippi-ice-raids-targeted-workers-who-fought-for-better-conditions/

Greek man with schizophrenia deported to war-torn Iraq despite having never been there and not knowing how to speak Arabic, dies due to lack of medicine:
https://www.motherjones.com/politics/2019/08/man-who-never-lived-in-iraq-dies-there-after-trump-administration-deported-him/

ICE agent rammed his truck through a crowd of Never Again protestors outside a private concentration camp, a group that included Holocaust survivors:
https://www.washingtonpost.com/nation/2019/08/15/video-ice-protesters-hit-truck-guard-rhode-island-wyatt/
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James Mellywell - Mon, 26 Aug 2019 21:43:22 EST tlilhxRg No.178664 Reply
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>Greek man with schizophrenia deported to war-torn Iraq despite having never been there and not knowing how to speak Arabic, dies due to lack of medicine:

Oh man, just when you think the USA can't get any worse... they show that yes, they can.
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Hedda Hemblemire - Mon, 26 Aug 2019 22:18:03 EST aYjnFyDr No.178665 Reply
>>178664
Seriously. They've invaded countries and imposed sanctions ostensibly to correct less heinous human rights violations.
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Henry Hillerham - Tue, 27 Aug 2019 09:01:26 EST tTDoJHxJ No.178667 Reply
>>178666

No, it isn't. The US has used any and every excuse to attack other nations to further it's own national interests. The person you are responding to is likely talking about the Central American wars that most people haven't heard about and the US would really like people to not know about. Venezuela, Panama, Colombia....and that's just the short list.
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James Mellywell - Tue, 27 Aug 2019 09:47:32 EST tlilhxRg No.178668 Reply
>>178667
A former-colleague of mine came from one of those Central-American countries, I forgot which one. He used to be a lawyer. Then the rightwing goons supported by Reagan took over, and now he can barely wrap his head around how to place the new inventory into the storehouse. They literally bashed him retarded.
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William Blonnerforth - Wed, 28 Aug 2019 08:34:43 EST cTqHsJvI No.178685 Reply
>>178666
Not that I'm Hedda, but if you look at our economic wars in Venezuela, Iran, Korea, China, and others, it's clear we've caused a lot of poverty and death, and that's not including our 7 current literal wars in Libya, Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan, Somalia, Yemen, and Pakistan, or our previous wars/coups in over 20 other countries.
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Samuel Wammerfork - Thu, 29 Aug 2019 02:16:06 EST wFK2Hm63 No.178711 Reply
>>178701
The freespeech watchdogs sure are quiet on this one. Maybe he didn't whistle in the right tone.
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Archie Wannermare - Fri, 30 Aug 2019 05:21:45 EST iu7rXlht No.178762 Reply
>>178616
>Workers who fought for labor rights and better conditions were specifically >targeted

Organized labor have been targeted by government. In violent ways. It is worldwide. The idea that liberal idels are the cause. Basic working
conditions. Pay rate, working conditions, Etc.

Trump made the coal industry a priority, not for the workers. Since way back,
it is what it is.
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Angus Blatherhall - Fri, 30 Aug 2019 06:12:40 EST mGmwzQ6p No.178767 Reply
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I guess the Statue of Liberty is just a piece of fancy metal?
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Sidney Clezzlehitch - Sun, 01 Sep 2019 17:33:25 EST rYjUiGVh No.178835 Reply
well it's nice to read some good news every once in a while
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Graham Grandcocke - Sun, 01 Sep 2019 20:16:04 EST tTDoJHxJ No.178836 Reply
>>178835

Care to explain how concentration camps can be considered good news?
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Beatrice Clossleluck - Mon, 02 Sep 2019 13:40:42 EST Dwn3U4hp No.178860 Reply
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>>178841
Aussies have been doing their own concentration camp thing on Nauru for years.
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Graham Honnerleck - Tue, 10 Sep 2019 04:23:31 EST Owe5xwbY No.178989 Reply
Hate leads to anger
Anger leads to the dark side
-Yoda
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Sophie Bemblechat - Sun, 06 Oct 2019 12:03:59 EST L3zo7DjP No.179765 Reply
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>>178616
ICE Agents are giving immigrants paperwork with false courthouses addresses so they miss their immigration hearings and are ordered to be deported
https://theintercept.com/2019/10/04/u-s-border-officials-use-fake-addresses-dangerous-conditions-and-mass-trials-to-discourage-asylum-seekers/
>With the so-called Migrant Protection Protocols program, or MPP, expanding along the southern border and trapping more U.S. asylum-seekers in dangerous Mexican cities, violations of due process are intensifying in traditional courts — and in newly built tents that physically separate immigrants from the judges who hear their cases.
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Samuel Brizzlefoot - Mon, 07 Oct 2019 06:46:57 EST tlilhxRg No.179800 Reply
>>179765
So ICE is pretty much run by retarded literal neonazis?
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Alice Publingridge - Mon, 07 Oct 2019 13:56:41 EST 4scaaRdR No.179828 Reply
>>178989

nah lad it's "Fear leads to anger. Anger leads to hate. Hate... leads to suffering."
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Eugene Grimdale - Mon, 07 Oct 2019 20:41:24 EST tlilhxRg No.179837 Reply
>>179834
I already knew that the footsoldiers were nazi pieces of shit, but I expected the higher ups to be you know, functional normal human beings just working with what the law gives them.

But this is just fucked up.
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Edward Mablingfodge - Tue, 08 Oct 2019 00:44:34 EST 4scaaRdR No.179841 Reply
>>179837

the american government has always been corrupt, racist, and so on, but the current culture of outright xenophobia and white supremacy espoused by the current presidential administration sets the tone that all the closet racists can happily come out into the open. the "silent majority" is getting bolder
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Matilda Drazzlekedge - Tue, 08 Oct 2019 16:38:18 EST UOWYQ1S+ No.179846 Reply
>>179841
Good, let them come out into the open. It'll be a target rich environment
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Eugene Clezzlewatch - Thu, 10 Oct 2019 19:30:23 EST XA6VcPCV No.179930 Reply
>>178616
Place your bets, folks! Where are they?
  1. Sold to Epstein-style human traffickers
  2. Unmarked mass grave
>ICE Moved 700 Women Out Of A Detention Center And Won’t Tell Lawyers Where They Are
https://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/entry/ice-moved-700-women-out-of-a-detention-center-and-wont-tell-lawyers-where-they-are_us_5d9cdd55e4b087efdba3fe71
>Immigration and Customs Enforcement moved more than 700 women, some of whom have critical medical conditions, out of a Texas detention center in September without giving their lawyers any way of finding them, according to immigrant rights attorneys.

>Starting on Sept. 20, the women being held at the Karnes County Residential Center were sent to other centers around the country so that the facility could be used to detain families. More than two weeks later, their lawyers from the Refugee and Immigrant Center for Education and Legal Services (RAICES) have no idea where the majority of these women are being held, and they can’t find any updated information in ICE’s online detainee tracking system.
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Basil Herrychack - Fri, 25 Oct 2019 00:16:43 EST i/m65s0m No.180299 Reply
>>178616
God damn these fucking psychos
https://time.com/5708187/federal-lawsuit-ice-agent-rape-threat-immigrant/
>An immigration agent threatened a Honduran woman living in Connecticut with deportation if she didn’t have sex with him, then raped her as often as four times a week for seven years, impregnating her three times, the woman says in a federal lawsuit. The woman, identified in the lawsuit only as Jane Doe, sued the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement and former ICE agent Wilfredo Rodriguez on Saturday. She is seeking $10 million in damages.
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Charlotte Hellerfoot - Tue, 12 Nov 2019 18:10:09 EST GW1axdWk No.180863 Reply
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>>178616
https://theintercept.com/2019/11/11/border-protest-groups-surveillance/
>U.S. military forces deployed to the southern border are monitoring domestic protesters, including anti-border wall groups, according to an internal Pentagon document obtained exclusively by The Young Turks and The Intercept. The military, the document reveals, has focused particular attention on an interfaith group peacefully protesting the Trump administration’s child separation policy.
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Jack Wonderkit - Thu, 14 Nov 2019 10:57:39 EST /7uFInDu No.180889 Reply
>>180863
if they dont want to be monitored, maybe, you know they shouldnt make threats against cops and bp. Have you forgotten these crazy assholes have tried to set ICE facilities on fire?
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Martha Brubblemeck - Thu, 14 Nov 2019 11:02:54 EST rvsWMo5D No.180891 Reply
>>180889
>if you didn't want to get put on a surveillance list you shouldn't share any opinions with anyone who has ever done anything bad or you and they are the EXACT SAME PERSON and you DESERVE whatever the government wants to do with you
It's little kid logic.
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Jack Wonderkit - Thu, 14 Nov 2019 11:24:03 EST /7uFInDu No.180892 Reply
>>180891
Little kid logic? These people didnt share opinions, enough them made actual threats that they were worth keeping an eye on. Again, attempted attacks on ICE facilities along with various events like the police have escalated things quite a bit. Every day, the guys on the border risk getting shot by gangsters from across the line, but you dont give a shit about the gangsters trying to get across because there are a few kids with them right?
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Thomas Wanningkene - Thu, 14 Nov 2019 13:18:37 EST lTVYhA/B No.180894 Reply
>>180892
>Every day, the guys on the border risk getting shot by gangsters from across the line, but you dont give a shit about the gangsters trying to get across because there are a few kids with them right?

Debunked a billion times, get your facts from someone who wasn't convicted of fraud multiple times.
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Nicholas Blythefield - Thu, 14 Nov 2019 21:25:51 EST /7uFInDu No.180914 Reply
>>180894
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KxkseMLfXxw
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xqPKDmqE7-c
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VESceb8k0ZY
As someone whose family had to give up land in Texas, this hits me kind of personally. Enough of the people crossing the border illegally are involved with the cartels that they fill up small towns and ruin them. Land owners get death threats/bribes and the highschools get flooded with meth. The only reason for you to defend these pieces of shit is ignorance. Yeah, I get that there are some innocent families, and kids, but how can we tell the difference straight away? The parents get the kids into gang life, and groups like MS13 have become pretty efficient at blending. No shit, in Cal they've got a history of posing as landscaping crews.
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Wesley Hettingforth - Thu, 14 Nov 2019 22:25:39 EST wFK2Hm63 No.180915 Reply
>>180914
MS13 is an American born export whose leadership in central America has US military training. Stopping people fleeing so their kids aren't forced to join isn't going to make the problem go away.

Where there's an underclass of people there will always be those within that community that exploit the exploitation to their advantage. Maybe don't hire pisa gardeners if you think they are secretly from a criminal underworld you are an expert on because you watched Mule and Sicario 2: Day of the Soldado back to back.

Who in Texas made you "give up your land?" was it imminent domain or you're just scared of landscapers?
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Ian Cirryworth - Fri, 15 Nov 2019 06:54:15 EST gjEAcvaM No.180920 Reply
>>180914
And Reagan and Noriega and Oliver North flooded the streets of South Central Los Angeles with crack cocaine in the 80s causing a national crisis. The only reason the cartels exist is because the Americans want them to exist and for no other reason.
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Polly Gazzlegold - Sat, 16 Nov 2019 00:51:21 EST lnCNZHg9 No.180938 Reply
>>180914
>and groups like MS13 have become pretty efficient at blending.

Yet they do stand out pretty well.

>No shit, in Cal they've got a history of posing as landscaping crews.

Likewise, your basic cable tv repair was part of watching out for activities during the 'fear the US Taliban' days of yesterday. Now it's everybody. The meth epidemic, sure it mostly comes from Mexico. Chemicals are easy to come by, mass production is pretty easy. As well smuggling to the US, pretty easy. Relaxed regulations of trucking from Mexico under Bush admin, surly helped. It stands today.

Landscaping cartels, yea I guess.
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Polly Gazzlegold - Sat, 16 Nov 2019 00:58:48 EST lnCNZHg9 No.180939 Reply
>>178616
>600 migrant workers, leaving hundreds of kids without parents.

The system is known to drug these kids, let alone, lose track of them. The Detainees are often moved around without notice to their attorneys and legal representation. I figure warehousing humans under private firms is booming. As well, kids without legal guardianship get placed into pretty bad situations. As if there wasn't a problem with the government child welfare
industry to begin with previous to this build the wall BS that people feed on.
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Augustus Deblingchat - Tue, 19 Nov 2019 20:00:07 EST Oi89F67V No.180986 Reply
>>178860

Australia makes america look like a funfair. See if you put people out of sight of the public and restrict media access, you can imprison them indefinitely in inhumane conditions without any public backlash
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Sophie Bruzzlefuck - Wed, 20 Nov 2019 02:04:33 EST BiDiI/AM No.180990 Reply
>>180986
In the US we I beleive see Australia as rugged spirited folk. Kind and hospitable. There are things happening there i know. A lot of stuf is unseen in the US, or people by default side with government, as long as it's police and or the right wing.
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Ebenezer Clocklebury - Thu, 21 Nov 2019 17:44:04 EST /7uFInDu No.181013 Reply
>>178616
Private concentration camp? Have you been eating paint chips?
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Reuben Haggleville - Thu, 21 Nov 2019 18:02:38 EST dZDaQqJv No.181016 Reply
>>181013
It's privately owned and a detainment center that is concentrating large groups of people based on their ethnicity and nationality in conditions willfully intended to cause mental and bodily harm along with the forced transfer of their children to others. That is the literal definition of a concentration camp though.

Nice zinger with the paint chips thing though, first time I heard that me and Socrates were banging out your mom on the back of our dinosaur, because she's an old whore, get it? I made a funny too :)
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Ebenezer Clocklebury - Thu, 21 Nov 2019 18:11:03 EST /7uFInDu No.181019 Reply
>>181016 Ethnicity and nationality? Ehhhh, more like citizenship status.
"Willfully intended to cause metal and bodily harm" You mean intentionally? Either way, no, these are simply holding facilities for people on their way to the deportation process, who came to the US illegally in the first place. It's fucked up that they chose to break the law with their kids.
Of course there will be messups with the system, all bureaucracies have problems. It's a government program lol, but intentional? That's nothing more than dishonesty mixed with mental gymnastics.
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Augustus Bengertotch - Thu, 21 Nov 2019 18:26:53 EST rphhpCNk No.181020 Reply
>>181016
You know damn well he's not interested in arguing in good faith, why bother replying?
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Reuben Haggleville - Thu, 21 Nov 2019 18:33:57 EST dZDaQqJv No.181021 Reply
>>181019
They are refugees under conditions that America set to justify invading other countries based on human rights violations fleeing from a country that we destabilized by assassinating democratically elected leaders and even clergy men and funding proxy wars. It's outright imperialism. If you're going to commit genocide at least don't try and take the moral high ground, although that's also a common hallmark of genocide. America is the Ottoman Turks and these children in cages are being skewered on the "humane" neo-liberal bayonet of capitalism, bureaucracy and privatization.

I don't see Europeans that overstayed their welcome in these camps. At one time America's own trophy wife Melanoma had the exact same legal status as these people. They are targeting people based on ethnicity, race and nationality. I'm sure they'd try the religion angle if they could but these people are all more devout Christians than 90% of those that claim to be in America.
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Reuben Haggleville - Thu, 21 Nov 2019 18:35:48 EST dZDaQqJv No.181022 Reply
>>181020
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Beatrice Pubbernire - Sat, 23 Nov 2019 00:32:02 EST /7uFInDu No.181054 Reply
>>181021
It's mostly randoms who came through Mexico en mass from central and south america, not one specific country. The cartels do a good enough job of destabilizing the countries on their own. These "children in cages" are mostly a media show, the people in the facilities are being fed and have roofs over their heads. Beats getting forced into MS13. Plenty of them, including kids, already are involved with gangs because that was their only perceived choice back home.
>>181020
Just because I can, throwing new thoughts into an echo chamber might give someone something to think about. I get your point though.
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Eliza Hidgeshaw - Sat, 23 Nov 2019 02:28:12 EST G7i1zCTR No.181059 Reply
>>181054
>These "children in cages" are mostly a media show, the people in the
>facilities are being fed and have roofs over their heads.

Some are being fed psychotropic drugs. Forcefully as well. If Republicans could simply send em all back and never return 'legally' they would simply not do so.

It's one of their best political and financial angle. Otherwise they have little to nothing to stand on from what I see, as their main political agenda at this time.
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Nell Chacklehot - Sat, 23 Nov 2019 02:36:45 EST wFK2Hm63 No.181060 Reply
>>181054
MS13 started in LA and was comprised of former child soldiers. The United State literally took Klaus Barbie and other war criminals out of Germany after WWII and re settled in Latin America to found groups to fight communism. When we thanked them for their service by settling them in South Central LA after the Salvadorian civil war then deported them back to a country that isn't allowed to use the military to police the citizens under threat of sanctions and can't afford a police force because they haven't fully recovered from the time half their country was killed because they elected a guy that didn't want to sell their resources to the lowest bidder that greased the right palms.

Also, people in Auschwitz had a roof over their head and food.

You act like we can't get these opinions fed to us anywhere else on the internet. I would turn on state TV if I wanted to hear a bunch of neo-colinialst excuses for genocide. You're a real rebel.
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Hugh Binningman - Sat, 23 Nov 2019 07:40:32 EST ZbKQHcFk No.181061 Reply
>>181054
Reagan and North flooded the streets of South Central LA with crack cocaine in the 80s and created the crips and bloods and ms13 and kings and all those in the forms and contexts that exist today. They are a direct result of illegal foreign policy that the president directed. Don't sell me another conservative lie to fix the problem conservative lies created. I've heard enough.
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Henry Brubblefoot - Sun, 24 Nov 2019 12:08:12 EST GW1axdWk No.181104 Reply
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>>178616
Some small good news in all thist shit:
Jury finds that humanitarians leaving out water for fellow humans crossing a desert is not, in fact, a crime:
https://www.npr.org/2019/11/21/781658800/jury-acquits-aid-worker-accused-of-helping-border-crossing-migrants-in-arizona?t=1574615145667
https://theintercept.com/2019/11/23/scott-warren-verdict-immigration-border/
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Clara Boppernatch - Mon, 25 Nov 2019 03:18:54 EST I13LAJju No.181117 Reply
>>181104
Destroying water left out for people should be a crime though. Poisoning water supplies to make it non-drinkable is, maybe extending tampering with water supplies for individuals should be as well. People leave essentials needed for survival for people, on long hikes through the deserts, extreme mountain climbing, people leave emergency water and supplies, It has always been a human trait to do so.

Border patrol has been noticed destroying water. If border patrol were somehow injured or needed assistance that they themselves could not provide themselves, and actually needed assistance, would immigrants not help? Well it has been known that immigrants have helped others than themselves.
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Doris Brorrybad - Mon, 25 Nov 2019 08:12:31 EST hCAKuWBQ No.181123 Reply
>>181117
Who cares about what anyone else does. Countries are not more important than people. If the law says its okay to poison drinkable water for any reason, then the law is invalid.
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Cornelius Bundlebanks - Tue, 26 Nov 2019 11:21:40 EST UkjoDiuV No.181143 Reply
>>181123
>If the law says its okay to poison drinkable water for any reason, then the law is invalid.
How exactly do you think swimming pools are kept algae free?
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Cornelius Collerfot - Tue, 26 Nov 2019 12:24:32 EST ZbKQHcFk No.181144 Reply
>>181143
LMAO you think that's what that means? What a fucking retard.
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David Facklehood - Tue, 26 Nov 2019 18:06:57 EST plbXxWGG No.181146 Reply
>>181117
I guess reckless endangerment could very easily come into play.I see no reason why it could not. The 'intent' is there. To deliberately create a situation intended to
or may that may endanger human life. I see no immunity, qualified or otherwise (except truumps reckless meddling) that would actuallt protect border patrol agents from being prosecuted. Especially if injury and or death is a direct, or even indirect result. All persons on us soil are guaranteed and enjoy protections
of law, whether they are US citizens or otherwise.
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Sophie Hucklechen - Tue, 26 Nov 2019 21:00:41 EST +8irr0Qf No.181152 Reply
>>181146
>>181146
If you live in USA you should file lawsuit. US law has thing called negligent homicide. They literally can be charged with form of murder for doing it.
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Cornelius Darringstone - Tue, 26 Nov 2019 23:08:44 EST tlilhxRg No.181155 Reply
>>181117
BP won't care. They already routinely injure, maim and kill Americans with land on the border so eh.

Remember reading an article in a dutch newspaper about a Texan murdered by BP on his own land.
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Cyril Buzzfield - Thu, 28 Nov 2019 01:27:54 EST amwQ/Vzi No.181174 Reply
>>181155
Well, stuffs gotta be at least partially drug related in one form or another. If we think the border patrol are not actively involved in the US drug trade, well, don't know what to say. Why would some not be? The money is there, the drugs are there. Surely there are buried people in these territories on both sides of the fence as a result of unporfessional border security practices.
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Sidney Pickwater - Thu, 28 Nov 2019 07:22:47 EST dzeZUg3O No.181182 Reply
>>181174
They're the ones who ran crack for Reagan, Bush, and Clinton. They also ran (walked) guns for Bush and Obama. That's just in my lifetime. Border Patrol is designed to regulate poor people. That's farm workers, coyotes, and you.
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Cyril Danderlodging - Thu, 28 Nov 2019 09:45:21 EST qPbFZDTy No.181183 Reply
So let me get this straight. ICE made a fake college to attract foreign students. Charges them tuition. Then deported them cause they were on student visas but not going to a real school?
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Ernest Pittwater - Thu, 28 Nov 2019 20:38:54 EST 8c32w9KN No.181186 Reply
>>181183
Yes. They committed fraud and kept the tuition too.

Although, I'm sure Betsy deVos probably thinks there's nothing with that.
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Lillian Chembleway - Sat, 07 Dec 2019 07:23:50 EST ZbKQHcFk No.181333 Reply
>>181312
>accounts didn't match up
That's an awfully comfy way of saying they openly falsified their records. Literally the only job you've got on night shift in a concentration camp is to make sure nobody dies before the day shift. Exe oops I mean prosecuting every single person involved in running these camps is a necessary first step toward healing as a nation.
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Betsy Clashmug - Sat, 07 Dec 2019 18:36:02 EST tlilhxRg No.181342 Reply
>>181333
Eh, could always drag them to Neurenberg and have those fuckers jump the rope. Like a proper nazi.

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