Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Illegal Alien Sex Slave Traffickers Decry "Mean-Spirited" Arizona Immigration Reform Law

Phoenix, Arizona--Operators of widespread human sex slave and drug kidnapping operations involving illegal aliens smuggled across the border held a press conference in the kidnapping capital of the U.S. to decry "mean-spirited" Arizona immigration reforms that allow state police, upon legally stopping someone for legitimate reasons -- such as speeding -- to ask for proof of legal immigration status if "reasonable suspicion" exists that the person is unlawfully present in the country -- such as when the car is overloaded with hidden passengers and the driver was evading police in a known smuggling corridor.

"This draconian new Arizona law will require human sex slave operators and drug trade kidnappers statewide to fix every broken taillight on their vans and to strictly obey speed limits, upon penalty of having to show a driver's license or other proof of legal presence with kept papers, as has been federal law since the 1940's," said one angry serial criminal. "Who do they think we are to have to produce a driver's license? How dare they treat us like U.S. citizens who have to do the same thing to get on an airplane or to check into a hotel!"

Associated articles: Washington Examiner 1; Washington Examiner 2; National Review; Washington Examiner 3; New York Times

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