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Monday, September 04, 2017

As DACA Hangs in the Balance, It's "A nerve-wracking time" for Foreign Criminals

By Reader-Researcher RC


‘A nerve-wracking time for many of us’ with DACA in jeopardy, undocumented say
By Ashleigh Panoo
Fresno Bee

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Make a hard bed, sleep on it. The chickens are coming home to roost.

Anonymous said...

DACA will remain unblemished,as Congress would NEVER think about alienating the Mex population.Trump knows this and has passed the buck without taking a stand himself.Correction:By his actions,he's letting DACA remain as is,therefore,he sided with Obama as I see it.
---GRA

Anonymous said...

Busy weekend in GR.Up to 20 blacks arrested in massive drug bust.

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — Authorities seized about $1 million cash in addition to several kilograms of heroin, cocaine and marijuana during the execution of a search warrant.

According to a release from the Western District of Michigan U.S. Attorney’s Office, authorities seized over 30 kilograms of heroin and cocaine, several pounds of marijuana, two kilogram presses and approximately $1 million in cash.

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Authorities also seized a bulletproof vest, three handguns and an assault rifle with an extended magazine, according to the release.


Some of the items seized during the search. (Courtesy of Western District of Michigan U.S. Attorney’s Office)
In an affidavit filed by the office, it is alleged that the drugs were trafficked into West Michigan by semitractor-trailer. Authorities said 18 people were arrested in relation to the transportation of the drugs from California to Michigan, and they were conspiring to distribute them in the areas of Grand Rapids and Benton Harbor.

During the execution of the search and arrest warrants, one of the defendants suffered a gunshot wound.

The charges in the complaint carry varying maximum penalties of up to 20 years or life in prison, depending on the allegations against the each.

Authorities are seeking the public’s assistance in locating Demetrius Gaines, Retisha Pegram, Brandon Parks and Etrevion Murphy. Anyone with information is asked to call the Grand Rapids DEA Office at 616.458.0616.
GRA:On WOOD TV tonight,all of the black drug dealers were posted.Oprah,Black Muslims and now this:Grand Rapids has hit the big time.
Also,last night and this morning,the same house on my side of town (a mile away)was showered with bullets by two different colored vans.The second van was stopped by police and one thug was arrested.More to come,I'm sure.
--GR Anonymous

Anonymous said...

Ninety days for Congress to come with a good plan. Bet they do nothing. Don is just.