Saturday, May 1, 2010

CELEB-U-TARDS: As more 'dumb' celebrities protest immigration law in Arizona, where they don't even live, an illegal alien shoots an Arizona cop

PHOENIX (AP) - A backlash against a new Arizona law cracking down on illegal immigration is broadening from the political to the sports and entertainment arenas with lawsuits filed, singers denouncing the measure and protesters gathering at an Arizona Diamondbacks baseball game.

A court suit from 15-year Tucson police veteran Martin Escobar was one of three filed Thursday, less than a week after Republican Gov. Jan Brewer signed the bill that critics claim is unconstitutional and fear will lead to racial profiling.

U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder has said the federal government may challenge the law, which requires local and state law enforcement to question people about their immigration status if there's reason to suspect they're in the country illegally, and which makes it a state crime to be in the United States illegally. READ MORE...

Arizona cop shot by illegal immigrant with an AK47. And thanks to liberals like Ted Kennedy, Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid, if or when this suspect is caught, YOU will be paying for his hospital bills, lawyer bills, translator and incarceration stay. It's only going to be about a million bucks in tax dollars by big deal right?

Why is Shakira meeting with officials in Arizona? Why are they bothering to meet with her?!? Maybe dumbass Shakira should meet with the family of the slain officer (pictured below) who was murdered by an illegal alien in Arizona instead of meeting with Arizona officials.

Maybe Shakira, who wasn't even born here, should go fix her own fuc*ed up country instead of telling US what to do. Who the hell is she to meet with the police chief? She's a singer, and she's not even a good singer, she's isn't a lawmaker. If it wasn't for her ass, she wouldn't be much of anything over here. What a joke..

Illegal Alien Shoots Phoenix Officer in Face, Kills Him

The gunman, an illegal immigrant who had been deported last year, fled after shooting Erfle, commandeering a stopped car at gunpoint and ordering the motorist to drive. About an hour later, a Phoenix police tactical team surrounded Erik Jovani Martinez, 22, on a west Phoenix street and shot him dead as he pointed a gun at the hostage. The hostage was not hurt.

Martinez, who had three children, was a gang member with a history of drug abuse, police say. He was convicted of theft in 2004 and served a short stint in prison in 2006. Immigration officials confirmed he had been deported in March 2006.

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