Governor files legal defense of immigration law - KGUN 9 On Your Side, Tucson News, Weather & Sports
There are several lawsuits likely to be consolidated but the one the governor's attorneys answered first is from Roberto Javier Frisancho. He lives in Washington, DC and says he fears 1070 will lead to him being harassed if he visits Arizona.
Governor Brewer's motion to dismiss Frisancho's case addresses some of the complaints common to the other suits.
It says nothing in the act authorized any individual to ask for papers because he's Hispanic and points to language in the law that says a law enforcement office must have a reasonable suspicion a person is engaged in criminal conduct, and alien and in the country unlawfully.
Let me see....There's been talk and pictures of ties with the clan, an attack on ethnic studies, firing teachers with accents, closing soccer fields in parks and now their working on stripping children of their citizenship....and let's not forget that little megalomaniac running around looking for an open microphone and a live camera, claiming to feed illegal criminals on a dollar a day and forcing them to wear pink undies.
Governor Brewer has a lot of nerve to suggest Profiling will not be applied to this law.