Needs More Whistleblowing! Juan Mann Appeals To Immigration Lawyer Patriots


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While the

Treason Lobby
is chock-full of attorneys bought and
paid for by every pro-immigration special interest group
under the sun, the real, patriotic immigration reform
movement has precious little public support from
esteemed members of the bar.

The American Immigration
Lawyers Association (AILA)
closes in on achieving a

10,000 attorney
army representing illegal aliens,
criminal alien residents and American-replacing H-1B
(employment) visa-holders from

sea to shining sea.
But are there any
patriotic attorneys out there—actually familiar with the
inner workings of the federal immigration
bureaucracy—willing to lend a hand for our side?

So far . . . not many!

I`ve been observing the real
immigration reform coalition since going public with
in November, 2001.  I published
just about everything I have to say about the federal
immigration litigation bureaucracy of the Department of
Justice`s Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR)
in my

Absolutely Definitive Essay
in December, 2005.

But so
far, the silence from immigration-savvy attorneys has
been deafening.


  • Recovering immigration

    Matt Hayes
    —familiar with the EOIR – wrote
    columns for Fox News and

    .  He even spoke out against corrupt

    snakehead lawyers
    in New York City.

  • I received an excellent

    whistleblowing letter
    from a former Immigration
    and Naturalization Service attorney in June 2002. 
    The attorney finally left the INS “[a]fter
    4 long years of banging my head against the wall and
    listening to people lie and be rewarded with
    permanent residence.”

other words, it`s a rare event when I receive e-mail
from attorneys commenting on what`s really going on in
the inner sanctum of the EOIR immigration court.

But it
just so happens that a recovering immigration attorney
sent me some comments via e-mail this past week.

attorney wrote:

“I`m a
lawyer in
[X city].  I have a very limited
exposure to
asylum cases
; all Chinese.  I`ve never represented
an asylee ab initio
[from the beginning];
I`ve always picked them up at the interview stage.  Some
friends are

immigration lawyers
so I earned easy money on their
overflow.  I`m in civil litigation and family; 60-40

[percent].  I have represented some asylees at the
EOIR for master calendar hearings—perhaps 10 to 15. 
Once I did a merit hearing.

dislike the EOIR process as inimical to

good lawyering
and dropped any overflow work from
it.  I haven`t done an asylum hearing in several years
and don`t ever seek that work.  I believe most asylees
lie through their teeth.

“I am a
strong believer in no amnesty; repatriation over time,
militarize and lock-down the border and screw

Vicente Bush
and his friend,

El Fox.

Let the truth be told, my friend.

So things are starting to fall into
focus here.  This attorney`s portrait of the EOIR looks
a lot like the extensive observations of the
whistleblowing attorney
mentioned earlier. And of course, it`s all right in line
with my ultimate solution to

Abolish the EOIR

Eureka!  There`s a pattern here! 
When someone actually tells the truth about the EOIR,
the picture isn`t very pretty . . . since using

endless litigation
as a mechanism for

of every illegal alien in the country is
a system destined for collapse.

So before the so-called immigration
“debate” in the Senate reaches

even higher levels of absurdity,
America needs some

attorneys. . and now!

It`s time to stand up and be
counted in order to put a stake through the heart of
what`s really wrong with the federal immigration law
enforcement bureaucracy . . . the EOIR.

Tens of thousands of Americans in
and out of government must be familiar with the rigging
of the so-called deportation system—namely, the

rigging in favor of bringing aliens in
, rather than
deporting anyone, of course.

So won`t you stand up and tell your

Why not start out by dropping an
e-mail (anonymous

) to 

You`ll be glad you did—and so will

Juan Mann [email
him] is an attorney and the proprietor of
He writes a weekly column for
contributes to Michelle Malkin`s

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