Deseret News | Blind eye to immigration violations
Municipalities won't jeopardize good relationships with Latinos over the state mandate, the local law enforcers said.
Utah Highway Patrol Col. Lance Davenport jumped into the fray, saying state troopers are responsible for traffic safety and don't get paid enough to enforce federal immigration law
Robles told the crowd they should immediately report civil rights violations and support police officers in creating safe communities. Speaking in Spanish
, she also said Utah's governor and attorney general were open to talks concerning SB81.
" I am glad they got the messege across in the correct languague...how else would they understand....
IN NORTH CAROLINa they kick tancredos but out...and in utah...they promised not to enforce the laws..and guess what
THEN THE DAY OF reckoning
WILL COME...were just waiting for it
to catch as much as illegal lovers as we can..