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melcervini wrote:
dm2754 its anti-american to want people that rape 3 week old children, dead?
melcervini wrote:
piratefish 'Forgive' someone that's a "High-Risk, Sexually Violent Predator"?  Are you serious?
melcervini wrote:
holygod I'll address your 3rd point because *MY* legal use of medicinal marijuana has nothing to do with the article.   30+% of DREAMers are convicted criminals. (on top of already being a criminal for being here illegally)

DREAMer Accused of Raping Woman in Sanctuary City

Salvador Diaz-Garcia, 23, is facing second-degree assault and rape charges for an alleged brutal attack on a 19-year-old woman in Burien, Washington.

According to court documents, the woman was on a treadmill at her local gym when Garcia allegedly stood behind her and asked her questions. The woman said she asked Garcia to move. Garcia allegedly attacked the woman, breaking her jaw and nose, and ripping half of her ear off.

Father of Murdered Florida Mother Reveals Suspected Killer Was DACA Recipient

Curt is the father of Kelsey Engelsen, the 24-year-old woman who was allegedly murdered outside a bar by alleged DACA recipient and convicted felon Carlos Ruben Rodriguez, 24-years-old.  As previously reported by FOX 4 Now, Rodriguez has been charged with second-degree murder following the incident in which he and another man were allegedly in a fight. Witnesses say that’s when Rodriguez began allegedly shooting, killing Engelsen, and wounding another woman, Cassandra Santos.

Three DREAMers Arrested in Nationwide Gang Crackdown

Three illegal alien gang members arrested in an ICE operation back in May had protected status under the Obama-era DACA program. Since DACA’s inception, more than 1,500 illegal immigrants saw their protected status revoked after they were found to be involved with a gang or committed a crime.

DREAMer Allegedly Helped Drag Queen Smuggle Illegal Aliens in Texas

Juan Valdez Molina, an illegal alien protected by DACA, was accused by Texas authorities of helping a drag queen smuggle illegal aliens across the U.S.-Mexico Border. For his alleged part in the human smuggling conspiracy, Valdez was expected to be paid $1,000.

23 Amnesty Recipients Arrested In Nationwide Crime Sweep

March 2015:

Of 2,059 criminal immigrants arrested in a recent nationwide sweep, 23 were beneficiaries of President Obama’s 2012 amnesty, or the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, according to DHS.

The nearly two dozen illegal immigrants had been shielded from deportation by DACA, and while all 23 had been part of the program eight failed to get their status renewed, meaning that 15 of the arrested criminal aliens were current DACA recipients, the Washington Times reported Thursday.

15 DREAMers Arrested for ‘Dangerous’ Crimes

According to an Associated Press report, “federal agents in a sweep targeting the most dangerous criminal immigrants arrested 15 people” who received temporary amnesty in 2015.

A U.S. official who was briefed on the arrests told the Associated Press that 14 “of the 15 had been convicted of a crime.”

DREAMer Faces Deportation after Drug Allegations

Juan Manuel Martinez, 19, will soon become one of a few DACA recipients who will be deported back to his native country after run-ins with the law, in May.

Earlier this year, Martinez was arrested for drug possession after Monterey County sheriff’s deputies found meth and marijuana in his vehicle. Martinez was also charged with trespassing, which he later pleaded no contest to.

DREAMer Arrested in Sexual Predator Sting near Texas Border

Hernandez-Rodas, an illegal alien protected by DACA, was charged with child sex crimes after he allegedly lured a 14-year-old girl, who ended up being a federal agent, into a hotel room for sex.

DREAMer Deported to Mexico After Embezzlement Charges

Gus Zamudio, 18, returned to Mexico City nearly a month before he was expected to graduate from art school in May.

Zamudio allegedly embezzled approximately $3,000 from Harris Teeter, the grocery store he was working for in February, according to police. Zamudio’s attorney pleaded down the felony charges, but the illegal immigrant remained in law enforcement custody.

Shall I continue?
melcervini wrote:
holygod 1) I'm legal  2) my usage doesn't cost anyone else anything, doesn't endanger anyone even myself, and I would NEVER put it above our military and/or other government employees.
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melcervini wrote:
800,000 *****ILLEGAL*****  immigrants.

Definition of illegal: not according to or authorized by law : unlawful, illicit; also : not sanctioned by official rules

Definition of legal

1: of or relating to law 
  • She has many legal problems.
2a : deriving authority from or founded on law : de jure 
  • a legal government
b : having a formal status derived from law often without a basis in actual fact : titular 
  • a corporation is a legal but not a real person
c : established by law; especially : statutory
  • the legal test of mental capacity
  •  —K. C. Masteller
3: conforming to or permitted by law or established rules 
  • The referee said it was a legalplay.
  • Fishing in this lake is legal.
melcervini wrote:
dm2754 Take them out back and execute every one of them.  Ballistic Correction works wonders as a treatment,  ZERO recidivism.  
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johndplorable I was thinking "Hop Frog"  From Creepy Magazine. Cover: Frazetta/comic: Reed Crandall.  LOVED it when they illustrated the classics :D

melcervini wrote:
holygod "Ballistic Correction" works wonders.
melcervini wrote:
megrendel I'm sure his dance-card (and other things) will be filled every night.
melcervini wrote:
rumham He's the coolest guy on the planet in person :D
melcervini wrote:
markust123 I might be misreading/understanding you, but because he doesn't believe everything thrown at him blindly.. he's in a bubble?

melcervini wrote:
If a robot/computer became self-aware the FIRST thing its going to say is "wtf am I wasting my time interviewing with a water-bag for?
melcervini wrote:
California is such a shithole ;)
melcervini wrote:
Sure, when a sportsfan reacts like that its okay, but if I do that when I meet Jay Mewes at the comicon, I'm a 'nerd/dweeb/etc'  :P
melcervini wrote:
Gerry1of1 Cartman has a good recipe
melcervini wrote:
melcervini I fully expect a shot of all the female crew members' feet lol
melcervini wrote:
What do y'all think about Tarantino doing a Star Trek movie?  ... I'm wincing.
melcervini wrote:
holygod He had a criminal past (burglary/theft/larceny)  and was caught cheating in college not to mention his father was trying to solicit 6-figure cash in a pay for play scam, but was brushed under the carpet.  HOWEVER, his criminal past seems to have stayed in the past, so good on him.  
melcervini wrote:
Now, when a REAL one comes in, everyone is going to second-guess it.
melcervini wrote:
woodyville06 Then the Philippines is Opryland
melcervini wrote:
Gerry1of1 lego on the floor