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US Justice System-Immigrants

Posted here as I had to vent somewhere.
A man was convicted for two 1st degree murders today. Bampumim Teixeira, a native of Guinea-Bissau, once a security guard at a condo in Boston entered a unit in the condo and tied up the two residents threatening them with a replica gun and a knife. The residents, two doctors, were also immigrants, one from the UK. Tiexeira tied the doctors up and then slashed their throats after stuffing jewelry into a backpack. One of the doctors had texted a message to a friend and police arrived. Tiexeira made the mistake of aiming a replica gun at police and was shot, sadly not fatally.

What is notable is not that an immigrant committed a violent crime but his prior history. About 8 months prior to the double murderhe had been convicted for two bank robberies. The judge sentenced him to 364 days in jailed he was released after 7 months. Why 364 days you might ask. An immigrant sentenced to a year in jail/prison has his visa revoked and is deported. The judge, the Hon. Lisa Grant, did not want the man deported so shaved a day off the sentence to save him from deportation. Judge Grant, by the way, was appointed to the bench by Governor Deval Patrick (Obama's mini-me)

Here in Massachusetts 364 day sentences have become popular with judges dealing with immigrants. The Democrats on the bench cannot change the 2016 election results and abhor Trump's immigration policies so they try to give Trump a bit of a poke in the eye with these sentences.

In another case in a Boston suburb a man appeared charged with drug dealing. The judge saw ICE agents in her courtroom and ordered them out as they might intimidate defendants. She then ordered her court officer to escort the man out through the back of the courtroom and out the back door so the ICE agents could not arrest him. I am happy that the judge was charged by the US Attorney and is currently indicted and facing Federal trial and is suspended until after the trial verdict.
 
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Redshift?

'A Florida man got hot and heavy with a Frozen toy, cops said.

'Cody Christopher Meader allegedly had his way with the stuffed snowman Olaf, from the popular Disney film, ejaculating on the doll and sticking it back on the shelf at a Target in St. Petersburg. When he was done, Meader apparently moved on to a large stuffed unicorn and began dry humping it, police said, according to The Smoking Gun.'


When he was done, Meader apparently moved on to a large stuffed unicorn and began dry humping it, police said, according to The Smoking Gun.

Kinky. Could be Red Shift - didn't he say he had family down there in Florida? :?
 
Could be Red Shift - didn't he say he had family down there in Florida?
Probably his mother, he already has a mother in Melbourne and another in San Diego because he was born in both those places. So WTH, might as well have one in Florida as well.
 
I do - my sis lives in Tampa.
Was she born in Tampa or was she like you born in Melbourne then born again in San Diego? Or is she living in Tampa just another figment of you imagination and she's really living somewhere in England.
 
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US Justice System-Immigrants

Posted here as I had to vent somewhere.
A man was convicted for two 1st degree murders today. Bampumim Teixeira, a native of Guinea-Bissau, once a security guard at a condo in Boston entered a unit in the condo and tied up the two residents threatening them with a replica gun and a knife. The residents, two doctors, were also immigrants, one from the UK. Tiexeira tied the doctors up and then slashed their throats after stuffing jewelry into a backpack. One of the doctors had texted a message to a friend and police arrived. Tiexeira made the mistake of aiming a replica gun at police and was shot, sadly not fatally.

What is notable is not that an immigrant committed a violent crime but his prior history. About 8 months prior to the double murderhe had been convicted for two bank robberies. The judge sentenced him to 364 days in jailed he was released after 7 months. Why 364 days you might ask. An immigrant sentenced to a year in jail/prison has his visa revoked and is deported. The judge, the Hon. Lisa Grant, did not want the man deported so shaved a day off the sentence to save him from deportation. Judge Grant, by the way, was appointed to the bench by Governor Deval Patrick (Obama's mini-me)

Here in Massachusetts 364 day sentences have become popular with judges dealing with immigrants. The Democrats on the bench cannot change the 2016 election results and abhor Trump's immigration policies so they try to give Trump a bit of a poke in the eye with these sentences.

In another case in a Boston suburb a man appeared charged with drug dealing. The judge saw ICE agents in her courtroom and ordered them out as they might intimidate defendants. She then ordered her court officer to escort the man out through the back of the courtroom and out the back door so the ICE agents could not arrest him. I am happy that the judge was charged by the US Attorney and is currently indicted and facing Federal trial and is suspended until after the trial verdict.
ICE is used in force out here. But the American immigration system is screwed beyond belief today.

That activist judge needs to swing.

This is but one example of why flyover country is so disillusioned with the Blue States. Run while you can Dave!
 
ICE is used in force out here. But the American immigration system is screwed beyond belief today.



This is but one example of why flyover country is so disillusioned with the Blue States. Run while you can Dave!
For the record, the U.S. immigration system is one of the toughest to get into. And screw the flyover states and your attitudes.
 

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US Justice System-Immigrants

Posted here as I had to vent somewhere.
A man was convicted for two 1st degree murders today. Bampumim Teixeira, a native of Guinea-Bissau, once a security guard at a condo in Boston entered a unit in the condo and tied up the two residents threatening them with a replica gun and a knife. The residents, two doctors, were also immigrants, one from the UK. Tiexeira tied the doctors up and then slashed their throats after stuffing jewelry into a backpack. One of the doctors had texted a message to a friend and police arrived. Tiexeira made the mistake of aiming a replica gun at police and was shot, sadly not fatally.

Are judges elected in the US?
 
For the record, the U.S. immigration system is one of the toughest to get into. And screw the flyover states and your attitudes.
Strange, I didn't have any problems. Less than 6 months application to move to the USA.

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For the record, the U.S. immigration system is one of the toughest to get into.
How would you know? When did you go through the US immigration system?

And screw the flyover states and your attitudes.
And that sums up your knowledge of the The United States of America and the importance of those States to the country you know nothing you wannabe American.
 
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Are judges elected in the US?
It can sound a little complicated so the following link would best answer your question

County Judges are elected by the citizenship
 
Are judges elected in the US?

Like everything else here it varies.
Federal judges are appointed by the President with the consent of the Senate
Some states elect judges, some are appointed by the state governor.
Here in Massachusetts appointed by the Governor with the consent of the elected 8 person Governor's Council and serve until age 70. The Governor's Council is a vestige of colonial rule where they served as a check on the power of the royally appointed governor
 
US Justice System-Immigrants

Posted here as I had to vent somewhere.
A man was convicted for two 1st degree murders today. Bampumim Teixeira, a native of Guinea-Bissau, once a security guard at a condo in Boston entered a unit in the condo and tied up the two residents threatening them with a replica gun and a knife. The residents, two doctors, were also immigrants, one from the UK. Tiexeira tied the doctors up and then slashed their throats after stuffing jewelry into a backpack. One of the doctors had texted a message to a friend and police arrived. Tiexeira made the mistake of aiming a replica gun at police and was shot, sadly not fatally.

What is notable is not that an immigrant committed a violent crime but his prior history. About 8 months prior to the double murderhe had been convicted for two bank robberies. The judge sentenced him to 364 days in jailed he was released after 7 months. Why 364 days you might ask. An immigrant sentenced to a year in jail/prison has his visa revoked and is deported. The judge, the Hon. Lisa Grant, did not want the man deported so shaved a day off the sentence to save him from deportation. Judge Grant, by the way, was appointed to the bench by Governor Deval Patrick (Obama's mini-me)

Here in Massachusetts 364 day sentences have become popular with judges dealing with immigrants. The Democrats on the bench cannot change the 2016 election results and abhor Trump's immigration policies so they try to give Trump a bit of a poke in the eye with these sentences.

In another case in a Boston suburb a man appeared charged with drug dealing. The judge saw ICE agents in her courtroom and ordered them out as they might intimidate defendants. She then ordered her court officer to escort the man out through the back of the courtroom and out the back door so the ICE agents could not arrest him. I am happy that the judge was charged by the US Attorney and is currently indicted and facing Federal trial and is suspended until after the trial verdict.
That is truly appalling, A judge in order to score a cheap political point sentences a violent criminal to less than 1 year in prison because they do not agree with the immigration system allowing them to commit a double murder after release. How these leftards can live with their conscience or lack of is unbelievable.
 

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