Friday, May 13, 2011

More DREAM Act Amnesty Recipients

The illegal and unconstitutional Obama Regime DREAM Act administrative amnesty continues apace, in contradiction to the frenzied claims by the immigration bar that Obama is deporting illegals.

Indiana State Police arrested six undocumented immigrant students Monday when they refused to leave the reception area in Gov. Mitch Daniels’ office.

All six were charged with misdemeanor criminal trespass.

The arrests were related to a protest elsewhere in the building against a bill cracking down on illegal immigration that Daniels is expected to sign, as well as separate state legislation prohibiting in-state tuition for illegal aliens.

The students wanted to speak with the governor, who was in his office but declined.
The group also supports the federal DREAM Act, which would provide a conditional pathway to legal residency for qualified undocumented students.

“They’re getting exactly what they asked for,” Indiana State Police 1st Sgt. David Bursten said. “They wanted some publicity. They’re getting the publicity. They wanted to be arrested. They are being arrested for criminal trespass.”

He said the students refused to identify themselves, though organizers of the event handed out a press release with biographical information while they were being loaded into a sheriff’s vehicle. The students also questions from the media while cuffed with plastic restraints outside the Statehouse.

At one point, a group of elementary students visiting the Statehouse watched police process the alleged offenders.

According to the release, the students arrested were:

•Ana Paola Ruiz, who was brought to the U.S. when she was 15 and will be a senior in the fall at Marian University.

•Omar Gama, 20, who was brought to the country when he was 11. He is a junior at Indiana University in Bloomington and is studying public affairs.

•Lupe Pimentel, who arrived in Indianapolis from Mexico at age 7 and is a college freshman studying social work.

•Sayra Perez, who was born in Mexico and came to the U.S. at age 5. She is a student at IUPUI studying biological chemistry.

•Erick Gama, who came to the U.S. when he was 11. She graduated high school with honors and is now an interior design student at Indiana University.
It is unlawful for said aliens to attend school in the United States, either primary, secondary, or post-secondary.

It was unclear the name of the sixth person.

One of Osama Bin Ladin's sons perhaps?

Bursten said Hoosiers have the right to protest at the Statehouse – within reason.

“You don’t do it by rushing into a government office,.” he said.

About 50 other students and supporters protested without incident.

Contact the Field Office Director for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Enforcement and Removal Operations,and express your outrage at this failure of ICE ERO to do perform their duties per their Oath of Office, at:

101 West Congress Parkway

Suite 4000

Chicago, Illinois 60605

Phone: (312) 347-2400

You may also complain to the DHS Office of Inspector General concerning this act of non-feasance by ICE ERO employees for their failure to execute their duties as required by law and their failure to enforce the laws of the United States in a fair and non-discriminatory manner.

Contact the Chicago Field Office of DHS OIG at:

Chicago, IL 60603 Phone (312) 886-2800 / Fax: (312) 886-2804

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