The Treason Bar and the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) are suing America to be paid to represent illegal aliens in deportation proceedings. At this point it is just for juvenile illegal aliens, but there is nothing but lies behind the lawsuit and the intent is to establish that the historic American Nation needs to pay for attorneys for its own displacement.
The Daily Beast July 11, 2014 by Caitlin Dickson
Henry was 16 when he first arrived in the United States. He’d never intended to come here. But when he left his village in Guatemala to look for work to help feed his younger siblings, Henry was kidnapped and handed over to Los Zetas, one of Mexico’s most violent and powerful cartels. For one traumatic month, Henry, who at the time only spoke the Mayan dialect Mam, struggled to explain to his Mexican captors that he had no family in the U.S. whom they could extort.
Eventually, the gangsters, who were also involved in smuggling migrants, dropped Henry at the U.S.-Mexico border, where he was apprehended by Border Patrol agents.
So many lies in the first one and a half paragraphs. The first obvious lie is that “Henry” was not intending to come to the United States. While it is true that Mexico has its own illegal immigration problem as Allan Wall has noted in VDARE.com, it is unlikely that “Henry” ended up on the Mexican border with the United States just “looking for work,” if that work Henry was looking for was not in the United States.
The next lie is that Los Zetas, out of the kindness of their hearts, just released “Henry” in the United States. Even more unlikely as Los Zetas murder illegal migrants, even Mexican nationals, who while in the custody of Los Zetas fail to pay extortion money.
Given that “Henry” was looking to go the the United States and that he had a cousin in the United States, it is even more obvious that this whole story is a lie.
Finally, someone at ORR managed to get in touch with one of Henry’s relatives in Guatemala who found a cousin in Los Angeles willing to sponsor Henry. His cousin, a U.S. citizen, insisted on finding Henry an attorney. It was actually in the parking lot of L.A.’s Immigrants’ Rights Project that Henry’s cousin met directing attorney Judy London and persuaded her to take on his case.
A lie concocted to appeal to left-wing judges so as to establish the rational for creating a right to free attorneys for illegal aliens, a repeat of the equally illegal and unconstitutional Gideon v. Wainwright.