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All illegals live under the threat of deportation.
If you are here legally and you have all the proper id and documentation.
You don't have anything to worry about.
Originally posted by OutKast Searcher
Do you think American citizens who are hispanic in Arizona have a right to feel upset and maybe even scared? They know they now have to carry ID that NO OTHER American citizen has to carry. They have to now PROVE they are a CITIZEN...have you ever had to do that...with threat of detainment or deportation if you couldn't?
The law did not single out any people as far as i can tell other than illegal aliens that have not went through the naturalization process.
Now if you believe that all illegal aliens are brown then yes of coarse you will think the law targets a person based on there race.
Most don't know or care about the problems border states have,they can care less that citizens and immigrants are bearing an unfair burden that illegal aliens are putting on us
Only if said legal hispanic immigrants present reasonable suspicion to a police officer that they are illegal immigrants.
Originally posted by OutKast Searcher
Can you give me an example of what "reasonable suspicion" is???
Because I'm pretty sure the 1st check mark police officers are going to have is "Hispanic? CHECK!". And then what after that? Doesn't speak English? Is that a crime now? What if they are just CHOOSING not to speak English...is that a crime? Is there no freedom to choose which language you want to speak???
Define "reasonable suspicion" for me.
The bill requires all legal immigrants to have proof of citizenship.
“It’s the same thing free black people had to do in 1863. Lord knows that didn’t leave any residual anger,” said Mr. Stewart.
By Federal and state law I MUST carry my green card as well as my state ID card everywhere I go or I could face additional scrutiny here in Nevada.
I carry my gun everywhere I go and while I do so the cops, should they see te gun and decide to stop me, must see both cards in order to assertain who I am and whether I am eligible for carrying firearms.
Every state requires that you carry proper ID. If nor you could be subject to fines and other penalties.
NRS 171.123 Temporary detention by peace officer of person suspected of criminal behavior or of violating conditions of parole or probation: Limitations.
1. Any peace officer may detain any person whom the officer encounters under circumstances which reasonably indicate that the person has committed, is committing or is about to commit a crime.
2. Any peace officer may detain any person the officer encounters under circumstances which reasonably indicate that the person has violated or is violating the conditions of the person’s parole or probation.
3. The officer may detain the person pursuant to this section only to ascertain the person’s identity and the suspicious circumstances surrounding the person’s presence abroad. Any person so detained shall identify himself or herself, but may not be compelled to answer any other inquiry of any peace officer.
4. A person must not be detained longer than is reasonably necessary to effect the purposes of this section, and in no event longer than 60 minutes. The detention must not extend beyond the place or the immediate vicinity of the place where the detention was first effected, unless the person is arrested.
Or you could just ignore the Hispanic immigrant in the room in favor of continuing the race baiting.
No ID in the state of Nevada could get you detainedwhile they assertain your actual identity.
Also, the issue of having a visible firearms provides reasonable suspicion for a police officer to stop me.
I'm not derailing I'm discussing. If you don't like someone disagreeing with you find another website that conforms to all of your stances.
Whats wrong with a Hispanic immigrant pointing out that one does not feel discriminated against?