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Another LAWSUIT coming for incarcerating a US Citizen.. THE PRICE of getting "tough on immigration"... again $85 to $105 dollars a day to hold this guy who is PROVEN to be US Citizen in ICE Custody...

On February 23, 2011 Department of Justice adjudicator Richard Phelps ruled in Eloy,Arizona that George Ibarra had by a preponderance of the evidence proven that he is indeed a citizen of the United States.

Rather than rely on this determination and apologize to Mr. Ibarra for previously wrongfully deporting him, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is holding Mr. Ibarra in solitary confinement at the Eloy Detention Center, in clear violation of the U.S. Constitution and a memorandum requiring Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) to release anyone with "probative evidence" of U.S. citizenship.

Mr. Ibarra, 46, was born in Mexico but was raised since infancy in Arizona. In his late 20s he enlisted in the Marines and served three years on active duty, including time in Iraq, before being honorably discharged.

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Here is another Lawsuit... tough on Immigrants or tough on taxpayers?

MORE MONEY DOWN A RAT-HOLE, the "conservatives" want to spend tax payer money to hassle and detain not only undocumented but anyone who looks like they might be.

Mora v. Arpaio"The Court finds that the warrantless arrest of Plaintiffs was made without probable cause and, therefore, in violation of the Fourth Amendment." Case 2:09-cv-01719-DGC, Document 172, Filed 04/25/11.

This case arises from a workplace immigration raid conducted by the Maricopa

County Sheriff’s Office (“MCSO”). Julian Mora has been a lawful permanent resident of

the United States for more than 30 years, and his son, Julio Mora, is a United States

citizen. Julian was an employee of Handyman Maintenance Inc. (“HMI”), a landscaping

business located in South Phoenix. On the morning of February 11, 2009, Julian drove

his pickup truck to work. He was accompanied by Julio, who intended to seek a job at

HMI. As they neared the HMI worksite, the Moras were stopped by two MCSO

deputies. The deputies ordered the Moras out of the truck, handcuffed them, and

transported them to the HMI worksite where a large-scale immigration raid by MCSO

was underway.

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The Great Canadian to Texas Transfer Timeline:

2/22/2010 - I-129F Packet Mailed

2/24/2010 - Packet Delivered to VSC

2/26/2010 - VSC Cashed Filing Fee

3/04/2010 - NOA1 Received!

8/14/2010 - Touched!

10/04/2010 - NOA2 Received!

10/25/2010 - Packet 3 Received!

02/07/2011 - Medical!

03/15/2011 - Interview in Montreal! - Approved!!!

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to release anyone with "probative evidence" of U.S. citizenship.

If he's indeed a citizen, shouldn't he have more than just "probative evidence"?

Like a Naturalization Certificate? Just sayin'.


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The Father could just have shown his GC.

The son went to an interviews with no ID?

Wonder what really happened.

“If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.”

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