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Old 02-11-2012, 11:14 PM
 
Location: California
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According to Columbia County District Attorney Paul Czajka, a federal immigration judge ordered Islam be deported to his native Bangladesh in December 2008. But Islam never was.
Islam's attorney, Michael C. Howard, said that after his client served his sentence on the pornography charges he was placed in a federal immigration center for about a year, before being released sometime in October. "It's my understanding that federal authorities released him because he wasn't deemed a risk," said Howard.
This must be one of Obamas prosecutorial discretion's, Federal Felon released instead of deported.
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Old 02-13-2012, 01:14 PM
 
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If you have info on this person that did not appear in this article, please share. Unless I missed it, his mode of entry was not mentioned. Or, are you assuming he entered "legally" simply because he has lived here since the age of 8? Aren't there countless illegals who can claim the same?

Whether he entered this country legally or illegally, does not change the fact that our borders are porous, and scumbags like him enter daily with ease.

ICE is bound by US Supreme Court ruling
which states aliens cant be held more
than 6 months past final deportation order
most are released after 90 day review
Delay could be refusal of consulate delay
in issuing a travel document or refusal to issue travel
document if alien cant prove citizenship
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Old 02-13-2012, 01:17 PM
 
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This must be one of Obamas prosecutorial discretion's, Federal Felon released instead of deported.
No US Supreme Court has ruled on it post deportation order
ICE can only hold you for 6 months aliens can file habeas
corpus for release from US District Court if detention is more
than 6 months
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Old 02-13-2012, 02:09 PM
 
Location: Maryland
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ICE is bound by US Supreme Court ruling
which states aliens cant be held more
than 6 months past final deportation order
most are released after 90 day review
Delay could be refusal of consulate delay
in issuing a travel document or refusal to issue travel
document if alien cant prove citizenship
I know that. But, that wasn't the reason given for his release. According to the article, ICE released him because he was not deemed a risk.
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Old 02-13-2012, 03:22 PM
 
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I know that. But, that wasn't the reason given for his release. According to the article, ICE released him because he was not deemed a risk.
Also said he was in ICE custody for a yr
so ICE prob tried to deport him but couldnt
Flight risk is based on past record so if he had no
skipping bail or any outstanding warrants
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Old 02-13-2012, 05:41 PM
 
Location: Maryland
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Also said he was in ICE custody for a yr
so ICE prob tried to deport him but couldnt
Flight risk is based on past record so if he had no
skipping bail or any outstanding warrants
That is pure speculation. There is nothing in this article to indicate that ICE was ever unable to deport him. He was ordered deported, but true to form, ICE failed to follow through. Nor does it mention whether he had previously skipped bail, or had outstanding warrants. His history of child molestation alone should have been reason enough to consider him a "risk."

In case you don't know, illegal alien absconders are routinely ignored by ICE. In fact, Obama's illegal alien aunt and uncle were both ordered deported, ignored those orders, and are now living here as free as birds. To add insult to injury, his aunt is receiving tax-funded food stamps and disability, which she will likely receive for the remainder of her parasitic life. And, they are here not because their countries refused their return, and they therefore had to be released in accordance with the law. They are here because our enforcement is a joke and ICE is inept.

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According to Columbia County District Attorney Paul Czajka, a federal immigration judge ordered Islam be deported to his native Bangladesh in December 2008. But Islam never was.
This is just a typical case of ICE incompetence.
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Old 02-13-2012, 06:03 PM
 
Location: OCEAN BREEZES AND VIEWS SAN CLEMENTE
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And how often do we hear judges state facts such as, we let this villan go, or go earlier then expected, because she or he did not look the part. Way too often.
Criminals don't always wear a guilty look.
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Old 02-13-2012, 09:13 PM
 
Location: California
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No US Supreme Court has ruled on it post deportation order
ICE can only hold you for 6 months aliens can file habeas
corpus for release from US District Court if detention is more
than 6 months
"Post deportation order" (once an order of deportation is signed and filed) up to 6 months, then bond hearing as long as immigrant has appeal on case, otherwise if flight risk or danger to community, really no time limit.
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We have found nothing in the history of these statutes that clearly demonstrates a congressional intent to authorize indefinite, perhaps permanent, detention. Consequently, interpreting the statute to avoid a serious constitutional threat, we conclude that, once removal is no longer reasonably foreseeable, continued detention is no longer authorized by statute.
Zadvydas v Davis (2001)
and then the ruling goes on to state this little gem
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This 6-month presumption, of course, does not mean that every alien not removed must be released after six months. To the contrary, an alien may be held in confinement until it has been determined that there is no significant likelihood of removal in the reasonably foreseeable future.
The above is for "legal immigrants", it wasn't until Clark v Martinez (2005) when it was expanded to cover "arriving aliens" seeking to enter, not illegal aliens found within the boundaries having bypassed immigration officials.

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