Friday, May 8, 2015

National DHS broke judge’s order, approved amnesty applications despite injunction

Via Joe

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President Obama’s lawyers admitted to a federal judge late Thursday that they had broken the court’s injunction halting the administration’s new deportation amnesty, issuing thousands of work permits even after Judge Andrew S. Hanen had ordered the program stopped.

The stunning admission, filed just before midnight in Texas, where the case is being heard, is the latest misstep for the administration’s lawyers, who are facing possible sanctions by Judge Hanen for their continued problems in arguing the case.

The Justice Department lawyers said Homeland Security, which is the defendant in the case, told them Wednesday that an immigration agency had approved about 2,000 applications for three-year work permits, which was part of Mr. Obama’s new amnesty, even after Judge Hanen issued his Feb. 16 injunction halting the entire program.

20 comments:

  1. We are about to find out if the rule of law is dead or not. If it is, then by the Federal Government's own actions, anarchy has ensued.

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  2. DHS controls a LOT of guns. Judge Hanen controls NO GUNS. Guess who wins.

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    1. But the population does, though still too comfortable for most to care

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  3. We can ignore federal judges now. They don't mean anything

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  4. So now what? I break the law I go to jail. There's a whole bunch of people in contempt right now! Sic Em!

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    1. We are just peons and can be treated as our betters wish.

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  5. We were once a nation of laws. Now anything goes.

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  6. The heck with sanctions, jail time would be more appropriate. I know there
    is no failure to communicate' it's called defiance yet they would break your
    leg for a defiant behavior. DHS ain't really legal in this country; it belongs in
    the M.E.

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    1. yet they would break your leg for a defiant behavior

      Really.

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  7. Why no rooftop voting, if the law is irrelevant now? :)

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    1. The law is still relevant.....as a tool of oppression.
      But the law is only applied to those they intend to
      control. It IS irrelevant in regards to their conduct.

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    2. the law is only applied to those they intend to control.

      Precisely.

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  8. "If it's illegal we just do it, if it's unconstitutional, it takes a little longer"
    Henry Kissinger

    Nothing new here, just a little more confident is all. You can tell how confident a government is in its control of the population by how hard they try to hide their corruption. They are not even trying any more.

    David Martin

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    1. You can tell how confident a government is in its control of the population by how hard they try to hide their corruption. They are not even trying any more.

      Indeed.

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  9. Throw them the #$%^ in jail. That is where this criminal organization should be anyway

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