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Arizona Sheriff Calls Immigration Law Racist and Won't Enforce It

April 29, 2010  | 

Pima County (Ariz.) Sheriff Clarence Dupnik is speaking out against his state's new immigration law that imposes to responsibilities on officers and deputies for enforcing illegal immigration, SFGate reports.

In an interview with a local TV station, Dupnik calls the law racist and says he won't enforce it. He also says he currently detains illegal immigrants and transfers them to ICE officials.

Dupnik said he expects to be sued because of his stance. Watch the interview:

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ROB ROY @ 4/30/2010 12:31 AM

Dupnick probably won't be sued he just won't be the Sheriff after the next election

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