PHOENIX - A judge on Thursday threw out the deportation case against four young people who were brought to the United States illegally when they were toddlers. U.S. Immigration Judge John Richardson granted a request to exclude key evidence in the case, ruling that border agents questioned the four based on their Hispanic appearance
Update: Judge throws out case of four who were brought into country By Jacques Billeaud AP
If you are an illegal alien no one should even dream of saying that they plan to have Mexican food for lunch around you...it is offensive ....if you are Hispanic. If you are in your early 20's and the only identification you can present is a school ID...it is not reasonable for federal law enforcement agents to inquire as to your legal status - if you are Hispanic. If you are Hispanic, and in the U.S. illegally, you should not be deported as the law requires - because you are Hispanic. None of the above applies in Mexico. There, they deport anyone [maybe this is equal justice under the law?] who manages to make it past their very secure borders. Isn't it ironic?