Crack Cocaine: Are the Arrested Hardworking Illegals Here Victims of Racial Profiling Will Obama Order an Investigation?

Question by I’m gonna start another riot: Are the arrested hardworking illegals here victims of racial profiling will Obama order an investigation?
Pasco deputies arrested two illegal immigrants on drug charges early Wednesday morning, netting cash, firearms, crack cocaine, cocaine and crystal methamphetamine, Pasco County Sheriff Bob White announced this afternoon.

White said the case highlights the need to crack down on illegal immigration.

It started out as a somewhat typical home-invasion-robbery call. Pasco deputies responded to a 911 call about a home-invasion robbery at 11422 Fort King Road, Dade City about 12:30 a.m. Wednesday.

The call didn’t come from the home, authorities say, but when the first two deputies arrived, they discovered broken windows and a door ajar.

They could hear people talking inside, White said. They ordered them outside and learned they didn’t speak English. Deputies patted them down and found them to have magazines with ammunition on them. A Spanish speaking deputy tried to communicate but the men wouldn’t say much.

What they do know, said White, was that these men weren’t the intruders. They live at the home but they wouldn’t give them any information about what had happened.

Backup deputies arrived and swept inside the house, looking for suspects and discovered 11.1 ounces of powder cocaine, 22 grams of crack and 47 grams of methamphetamine. An AK-47, a .45-caliber handgun, as well a 9mm handgun, were also found inside with a stash of $ 6,202 cash.

The street value of the drugs is about $ 20,000, said sheriffs’ office spokesman Kevin Doll.

Two brothers, 23-year-old Ranferi Acuna and Adan Acuna, 20, were on charges of possessing cocaine, crack and methamphetamine
While it’s not one of the bigger busts in Pasco, White said the arrests of these two men demonstrate the overall need to close the United States’ borders as many illegal immigrants smuggle drugs into the country.

In fact, White called a news conference to put a spotlight on the issue. Weapons, including the AK-47 and magazines, as well as sealed baggies of powder cocaine, crack cocaine, “crystal meth,” and a scale were laid out on tables for news cameras to capture.

“They’ve passed a lot of police officers in their journey… to get to Pasco County,” White said about the two brothers from Mexico.

He said he supports Arizona’s new law cracking down on illegal immigrants – it’s the nation’s toughest legislation of its kind. It makes it a crime under state law to be in the country illegally, directing local police to inquire about suspects’ immigration status and allows them to demand immigration documents if they suspect they are illegal. In other states, that’s left up to federal authorities
http://www2.tbo.com/content/2010/may/27/drug-bust-indicates-need-immigration-crackdown-pas/news-breaking/

Best answer:

Answer by zzsleepur
ILLEGAL IS ILLEGAL…no matter how hard working they are. If they are so honest and so good why don’t they come here legally instead of causing problems here with economy and money etc.?

Sorry…but honesty is more than telling the truth..it is living the truth and if you aren’t legal you are living a lie and THAT IS CRIMINAL.

Profiling? What is wrong with it? There are actually jobs called THE PROFILER…that is how they catch serial killers etc. NOTHING wrong with drawing up a profile AND if someone is doing something wrong asking for papers.

You people need to read this law and stop whining about ILLEGALS. ILLEGAL IS CRIMINAL….pure and simple.

IF they are so hard working and respectful and honest and good people…why do they hide behind illegal living? IT IS WRONG..they know it…so why not respect a country you wish to be part of and want to live in? If you TRULY CARE…do it legally ! What is the PROBLEM WITH THAT?

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