Victims of illegal alien crimes may soon be able to sue sanctuary cities

What I fail to understand is HOW can any American city, county, state, claim to be a sanctuary for law breakers (ILLEGALS ARE LAW BREAKERS!!!)?
Why aren’t they, the professors of being a Sanctuary location, handled according to the LAW?

8 USC
  Section 1324a states:”Any person who knowingly hires/harbors/transports any illegal alien is guilty of a felony punishable by 10 years jail + $2000 fine per illegal alien + forfeiture of the vehicle or property used to commit the crime”. 

Section 1324c states, “All officers whose duty it is to enforce criminal laws shall have authority to make arrests for a violation of any provision of this section” (affirmed US v Perez-Gonzalez 2002 Fed App 0360, 6th Circ.). 

  Section 1644, same title states, “No local ordinance, rule, or measure shall stop law enforcement officers from enforcement of this section” (affirmed Southern District Court of NY, US v Rudy Guiliani,1996). 

MUEHLER et al. v. MENA certiorari to the united states court of appeals for the ninth circuit No. 03-1423.Argued December 8, 2004–Decided March 22, 2005

All those political parties should be prosecuted under the above listed LAW.

Jackie Juntti
WGEN  idzrus@earthlink.net
What too many politicians forget is that they were elected to REPRESENT the voters –
not to REPLACE THEM.


Victims of illegal alien crimes may soon be able to sue sanctuary cities

Republican Representative from North Carolina Thom Tillis sent out a press release on Tuesday which details upcoming legislation that will give a voice to those victimized by illegal aliens protected by sanctuary city policies.

“The legislation creates a private right of civil action for the victims of sanctuary jurisdictions, allowing them to bring an action for compensatory damages against the sanctuary jurisdiction as a result of a violent crime committed by an illegal immigrant,” it reads. “Any sanctuary city or jurisdiction that refuses to waive its immunity as it relates to sanctuary-related civil action would be subject to the withholding of certain Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funding.”

Tillis drew inspiration for this legislation from his own home state of North Carolina, which has a number of “sanctuary jurisdictions” that refuse to cooperate with ICE and other immigration officials.

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