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Murdered Teen's Family Asks LAPD to Question, Deport Illegal Aliens

April 09, 2008  | 

Jamiel Shaw Sr. and his wife, Anita, a U.S. Army sergeant who has been serving in Iraq, appeared before the Los Angeles City Council on Tuesday arguing for changes to the 30-year-old Los Angeles Police Department policy as it pertains to gang members suspected of being illegal immigrants.

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ROB ROY @ 4/11/2008 1:48 AM

H*** yeah deport every POS they can find and don't just drop them right on the border. Take them down to the southern tip of S. America. El-Paso did a program a few year's ago.... The Border Patrol posted an agent every 50 yard's along the border there. Auto theft's, burglery, robbery, murder, assault, and sexual assault all went down by 50% to 70% that alone say's what illegal's are all about. So i fully support Jamiel and Anita in thier quest to rid L.A. of illegal's....

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