The Immigration Law Death Penalty

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Sarah Tosh discusses the rise of the use of the aggravated felony, known by lawyers as the “immigration law death penalty,” to criminalize and then deport immigrants.

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  1. Sarah. I just found you on Shepherd. I’ll have a little book on Shepherd next week, I think. I was intrigued by one of the books on your five books list. I never read while I’m writing, but as soon as I have a break I’m going to read yours. I’m a centrist, but I have very strong feelings about immigration that are in conflict with the current temperament. This saddens me greatly and I am struggling. I grew up in Florida. I grew up with second generation Americans whose parents fled Cuba when Castro came to power. It’s telling how much we embraced them compared to the situation today. I suppose if our leadership (such as it is) has demonized a government, those immigrants are made welcome regardless of who they are. The personal abuses inflicted upon a country’s citizenry are somehow secondary unless the people in power have a strong disdain for that particular government. More’s the pity. Anyway, just thought I’d touch base. Mike Unrue

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