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  • Judge denies bid to block deportation

    Chicago church to
    avoid deportation, dismissing her lawsuit against the government.

    Elvira Arellano, 31, a Mexican national, had hoped that U.S. District
    Judge Amy J. St. Eve would rule that deporting her would violate the
    constitutional rights of her 7-year-old son, SaulStory:
    Judge denies bid to block deportation

    CHICAGO (AP) — A federal judge struck a blow Friday to the hopes
    of an immigration activist who has taken refuge in a, an American citizen.

    For more of this story, click on or type the URL below:

    http://www.qctimes.net/articles/2006/09/29/news/state/d...782a255087726776.txt

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    Chicago church to
    avoid deportation, dismissing her lawsuit against the government.

    Elvira Arellano, 31, a Mexican national, had hoped that U.S. District
    Judge Amy J. St. Eve would rule that deporting her would violate the
    constitutional rights of her 7-year-old son, SaulStory:
    Judge denies bid to block deportation

    CHICAGO (AP) — A federal judge struck a blow Friday to the hopes
    of an immigration activist who has taken refuge in a, an American citizen.

    For more of this story, click on or type the URL below:

    http://www.qctimes.net/articles/2006/09/29/news/state/d...782a255087726776.txt

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    • #3
      this is great news....

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      • #4
        What an a$$ thinks that Judge will violate and rule against existing law for the sake of satisfying some dirtbags limitless craving to stay ?
        http://i.b5z.net/i/u/1061492/i/040401292763.jpg

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        • #5
          The comment from the news article that strikes me most here is:

          <<"This is a place where God has put me, this is God's will and I'm going to stay here"

          "Arellano first was deported from the United States shortly after illegally crossing the border">>

          How is that illegally crossing the border is interpreted as God's will?

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          • #6
            ...why is that baby-waving Mexican still in the country?

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            • #7
              god's will is the excuse dirtbags use rather than face responsibility...instead, they try to palm off their lawbreaking or crime-committing as the will of some as yet unseen and unproven deity....they should yank her sorry a$$ out of that church and deport her butt....if god really wants her to stay, he'll lock the doors.

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              • #8
                let's do the math.

                judge gives her residency.

                10 MILLION other illegal parents with usc kids - run to the ins, and file paperwork saying their kid has a constitutional right for them to be here.

                10 MILLION more mexicans run to the us just to pop out kids - and file that same paperowkr.

                Might as well just give away citizenship then and eliminate the border.

                n

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