On Thursday, September 14, 2017 at 11:03:42 AM UTC-4, Josh Rosenbluth
On Thursday, September 14, 2017 at 10:46:05 AM UTC-4, Rudy Canoza
Post by Rudy Canoza
United States Supreme Court - Arizona v. United States
There you go. This is settled - beyond rational dispute.
I doubt it.
I am not going to waste much time on this, but I believe it simply
states that this is a federal issue and the States lack the authority.
I posted a link yesterday that states that simply being in the
county is not a crime, but the unauthorized entry IS a federal crime.
Now all you have to do is convince Scout, Klaus and Steve of this fact.
They think that any violation of the law, including parking tickets, is
I personally think disallowing state authority is a mistake on the
part of the feds.
They allow it and Apraio had it. But, the authority was withdrawn
because of Arpaio's abuses.
The Maricopa County Sheriff Office doesn't even have 287(g) jail
enforcement authority, Arpaio's abuses were so egregious. No entity in
the country currently has "street" enforcement authority.
During the prohibition, the law was a federal law. Various State and
local officials refused to support the federal officials.
The states and local officials could start taking the attitude of
telling the feds to go fuck themselves regarding the enforcement of