Yeah, they are illegal if they cross without proper paperwork. I’m not pc, I don’t care about pc…it is what it is.
Just outside of Clint is the proposed site where a New York-based company has plans to build a 3,500-bed shelter to house children crossing the border illegally.
Of course not in your backyard.
CLINT – A New York-based company has proposed building a 3,500-bed shelter just outside the boundary of this bucolic farming town to house unaccompanied children caught crossing the border illegally.
via Proposed shelter for immigrant kids could swell border town. (BTW, the local papers won’t even let the public know about this.)
Problem is that they eventually all grow up. How grateful will they be? Some will be just like this ass and you only need a few rotted apples to make the air stink.
Alfredo Garcia, a notorious serial plaintiff, convicted felon and undocumented immigrant, has been deported to Mexico. Garcia made it his business to sue small businesses, filing more than 800 lawsuits against businesses in the Los Angeles area for alleged violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Garcia hasn’t held a job since he fell out of an avocado tree while he was drinking and high on cocaine about 18 years ago. Garcia’s back was broken, his spinal cord severed. Since then, he’s made a living off these lawsuits. It’s incredibly profitable, for Garcia and his longtime attorney Morse Mehrban.
Based on previously disclosed settlements, Eyewitness News can estimate that Garcia has collected approximately $1.2 million from business owners since he began filing lawsuits in 2007.
At the same time, Garcia applies for and receives fee waivers from the courts by claiming he is too poor to pay the court fees associated with the lawsuits. That means taxpayers pick up the tab.
Garcia typically sues small mom-and-pop type businesses, but among his 811 lawsuits, big names like Wal-Mart, Bank of America and Jamba Juice are also included. He’s also sued dozens of restaurants, auto-repair shops, a medical clinic where he received rehab, a lawyer who deposed him, the city of Cudahy and dozens of Laundromats.
Garcia and other serial plaintiffs look for A.D.A. violations like a bathroom mirror that’s mounted too high on a wall or a disabled parking space that doesn’t have the required access aisle. His lawsuits rarely go to trial, and Garcia has testified that he typically collects about $2,000 in settlement money per lawsuit.
“These cases amount to legalized extortion,” says attorney Jim Link who has defended dozens of local businesses against Garcia lawsuits.
Gross. Send them ALL back home. And while we are at it, make sure that those that come here for their fancy degrees do so (who are the elitist entitled) and then return to FIX their countries. Look who’s footing the bill, but you already knew this.