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San Francisco to Start Deporting Illegal Alien Crack Dealers Rather Than Send Them to Southern California

July 03, 2008  | 

San Francisco will shift course and start turning over juvenile illegal immigrants convicted of felonies to federal authorities for possible deportation, Mayor Gavin Newsom said Wednesday as he took the blame for what he conceded was a costly and misguided effort to shield the youths.

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walkin' trails @ 7/3/2008 7:22 PM

I'm sure Southern California is breathing a sigh of relief.

editor @ 7/3/2008 8:57 PM

Walkin' Trails: They were actually doing this. Some cities will do anything to maintain "sanctuary" status. I think San Bernardino County should be able to sue. Can you imagine? SF was dumping convicted Honduran (likely Ms-13) crack dealers in a halfway house in another county rather than turn them over to ICE for deportation. That boggles the mind.

ROB ROY @ 7/5/2008 12:59 PM

NO WAY The liberal capital of the world has finally seen the error of thier way's. I'am stunned

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