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New Rules Could Make Undocumented Immigrants Hide: Experts

Feb 27, 2017 NBC Chicago 6

In El Paso, Texas, Carmen Ramos and her friends have developed a network to keep each other updated by text message on where immigration checkpoints have been set up. She also makes sure she does everything by the book.

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tomin cali of Location hidden on Feb 27, 2017

most criminals do hide from law enforcement,hiding proves they know they have no right to be here, arrest detain and deport is what they all have coming

spytheweb of Las Vegas, NV on Feb 27, 2017

New Rules Could Make illegal aliens Hide: Experts, you mean like rapists and murderers do? Isn't that what criminals do, hide?

spytheweb of Las Vegas, NV on Feb 27, 2017

"In El Paso, Texas, Carmen Ramos and her friends have developed a network to keep each other updated by text message on where immigration checkpoints have been set up.
She also makes sure she does everything by the book."

I think not. Where are they getting funds to live off? No US anchors. Can't be working because that's not by the book. Selling drugs, selling false documents or some other illegal alien employment.

Driving in Texas, Texas does not issue driver licenses to illegal aliens. You can be pulled over for a tail light, making a wrong lane change, just driving puts you at risk.

Illegal aliens are so stupid and they can't stop driving and driving.

spytheweb of Las Vegas, NV on Feb 27, 2017

Make that Illegal aliens are so stupid and they can't stop drinking and driving.

Happy Cino De Drinko!!!!

TRUMP 46 of Cleveland, GA on Feb 27, 2017

We can't forget to reinstate E Verification for all employers. If a business is caught using illegal aliens they should be given a hefty fine.

E Verification was a great system to verify immigration status.

Agents of Corruption of White-Collar Minimum-Security on Feb 27, 2017

A Hidden Hellscape
http://www.philly.com/philly/health/addiction...
I questioned whether I was still in the U.S.

This apocalyptic terrain, sometimes called El Campamento, is home to 75 to 125 addicts at any given time. Many more transient users come each day to get high. It is the festering epicenter of Philadelphia's heroin epidemic, a benighted territory the DEA considers the East Coast's largest heroin market, smack dab in an area often referred to as the Badlands. And it has gone largely ignored for three decades.