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    That's the story of immigrants in 2003.

    http://discuss.ilw.com/eve/forums?a=...602#5056093602

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    That's the story of immigrants in 2003.

    http://discuss.ilw.com/eve/forums?a=...602#5056093602

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    • #3
      loli, are you being sarcastic and basically implying you won't go to register like terrorists and stay here in the U.S.?

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      • #4
        Immigrants should be ashamed to part with their manhood just because the government want them to. What'll be next - concentration camps?

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        • #5
          Nobody is asking men to part with their manhood when they have things in order...but in this case they are not complying with the law, so they are detained...same as doing a crime and going to jail, where loss of manhood, for which you seem to be so preoccupied, may happen.

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          • #6
            Nobody will send illegals to jail. Only those who are currently illegal and are in the process of becoming legal will have to pay. America has no real problem with those not able/willing to be legal, equal, respected members of the society, as illegals are compelled to be.

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            • #7
              So according to you America would love to see all immigrants illegally here - if that would make sense - to be better able to exploit them?

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              • #8
                it's all evident that this special registration circus is gonna create a hell of a chaos...

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                • #9
                  I'd say it's not a question of rape more than it is a question of sanity: I mean, only a fool would go himself to be detained and raped in jail.

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                  • #10
                    In fact many immigrants are fleeing the country..


                    http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn...2003Jan17.html



                    http://www.newsday.com/news/printedi...=ny-news-print

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                    • #11
                      http://www.spr.org/en/doc_02_ins.html

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                      • #12
                        http://discuss.ilw.com/eve/forums?a=...312#5446003312

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                        • #13
                          Keep in mind that many experts consider county and local jails to be more likely places for rapes than prisons. There is a reason for this. You are more likely to be raped while in prison if:

                          - You are young.
                          - You come from a middle-class background.
                          - You are white.
                          - You are not street smart or have no gang affiliations.
                          - Physically you are of small stature.

                          By the time repeat or career criminals get to prison they have normally made the circuit through foster homes, juvenile lockups and reform schools where rape is very common. So by the time they actually make it to the big time they are well schooled in this fact of prison life and quite often they are the attackers not the attackees.

                          Do not think that rape will only happen in prison. If you have to go to county jail prior to your trial and while awaiting transfer to prison, a sexual attack is very likely to occur there. This can all depend on the area you live in. If you are in a rural area with a small jail, of course the chances will drop. But if you are in a metro area, Los Angeles County, New York's Rikers Island, Miami's Dade, and Chicago's Cook being among the worst, your chances of being raped are going to skyrocket.

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                          • #14
                            It is generally accepted that the incidence rate of sexual assault in prison tends to be highest in maximum security prisons and lowest in minimum security ones.

                            Since the Court's rulings are also applied to residents of jails (For a description of the differences regarding rape between jails and prisons, see Wilbert Rideau's and Billy Sinclair's gripping inside article, "Prison: The Sexual Jungle." First published in The Angolite, it was reprinted in Scacco, ed. op. cit., p. 17-19.) and juvenile institutions, we call attention to the only published survey of a jail, Chief Assistant District Attorney Alan J. Davis' thorough study, assisted by the police, of the Philadelphia system in the late 1960s. Davis, who also believed his study underreported victimization, found that 3.3% of all males who passed through the Philadelphia jails were sexually assaulted, and that two-thirds of these assaults resulted in completed rape.

                            No detailed survey of sexual assault in juvenile facilities has been published, but there is a general consensus that victimization rates (and the level of violence generally) are higher there than in adult institutions, and that "juveniles in adult prisons appear to suffer increased danger of sexual/physical violence." A recent study of six training schools which included both sexes found "almost 10% of the residents are identified as sexual victims. They are usually fourteen-or fifteen-year-olds."

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                            • #15
                              The link posted by TIPS does not work, perhaps s/he is not telling the truth?

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