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Church says do not crack down illegal immigration so why are churches upset over illegal Mexicans arrested?
Question by I’m gonna start another riot: Church says do not crack down illegal immigration so why are churches upset over illegal Mexicans arrested?
Eight people have been charged by federal agents during an investigation into a methamphetamine ring in Indianapolis. At a news conference Thursday morning, U.S. Attorney Joe Hogsett said 27 guns were seized along with three pounds of meth and nearly $ 34,000.
Hogsett called the bust “historic” and “the dismantling of a major narcotics trafficking operation.”
Among the firearms seized were 9mm assault pistols, SKS-type assault rifles and a 9mm MAC 10 along with hundreds of rounds of ammunition. The drug trafficking organization operated primarily in the Indianapolis area. The arrests were made on March 1st, 2011 in Marion and Hamilton Counties by DEA agents and members of the Metro Drug Task Force.
In addition to the six people arrested on federal charges, two other were arrested on state charges. Four children, including an infant were taken into custody by Child Protective Services. According to the U.S. Attorney’s Office, the arrests were the result of a two-month long investigation.
The eight arrested are charged with conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute methamphetamine.
The following names have been released:
32-year-old Ricardo Diaz of Mexico
34-year-old Irma Lorena Escalera-Avalos of Mexico
20-year-old Miguel Martinez of Mexico
38-year-old Leodegario Martinez-Rios of Mexico
41-year-old Daniel Sandoval of Mexico
27-year-old Alondra Villa of Indianapolis
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — An Arizona-style proposal to crack down on illegal immigration has sparked protests from convention groups who say they’ll avoid Indianapolis if the measure becomes law.
The Presbyterian Church’s Bi-Annual Conference has notified the Indianapolis Convention & Visitors Association that it will not hold its July conference here as scheduled if the proposed law takes effect, The Indianapolis Star reported.
Another group says it would avoid Indianapolis in the future if the bill passes.
“It’s a stupid law,” said Jerry Powell, president of Portland, Ore.-based Resource Recycling, which has an August conference planned in Indianapolis.
Republican Sen. Mike Delph’s bill would require state and local police to ask a person they have stopped for a violation for proof of legal residence if the officer has a “reasonable suspicion” the person is not a citizen or is in the country illegally. It also contains penalties for businesses that hire illegal immigrants.
Powell said his conferences typically draw about 50 Hispanics among an average of 1,200 attendees.
“I’m not going to have them harassed by an ethnicity filter,” he said.
Answer by KMcG
There is a really good reason why there is separation of church and state. They do not make the laws, the law of the land is , you come into this country illegally you get sent home. As for all that breast beating about our Hispanic attendees to our convention, so what, those folks are legal immigrants, legitimate visitors, or citizens of this country, they have nothing to be concerned about.
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