If you help someone BREAK the law, are you really qualified to INTERPRET it?
Can we all agree that drunk drivers will NOT be getting any ‘citizen of the year’ awards?
We might even go so far as to classify them as ‘the bad ones’.
So these are the sorts of people if they are found to be here illegally, that we should send packing. Right? Is that even controversial? Apparently, it is.
And these ‘bad ones’ find aid and comfort in the most unlikely of places.
What happens when the accused leaves through the court official’s private entrance to avoid being collared by ICE agents waiting in the courtroom?
Williams told KOIN the only explanation was that Herranz – who is on the board of the Oregon Hispanic Bar Association – or a member of her staff helped Salazar to leave through another door.
ICE agents brought the matter to Williams after the incident allowed Salazar to evade the immigration officials.
It occurred just days after Donald Trump signed an executive order to start building the wall on the U.S.-Mexico border and to crack down on the deportation of undocumented immigrants. —DailyMail
Is that a problem?
Here’s the news report:
The judge — or one of her staffers — helped an offender avoid arrest.
Isn’t that ‘obstruction of justice’?
If there’s ONE class of people who ought to be REALLY sensitive to breaches of justice, you’d think it would be judges?
Do you think she should continue as a judge?
Should she be impeached?
Should she be breaking big rocks into little ones?
If you were her ‘life coach’, what career would you suggest for her if ‘things don’t work out’ for her behind the bench?
Tell us in the comments! Have fun!