I'm saying saying that regardless of citizenship if I catch you with a dope load you shouldn't walk. You we more likely to walk if you are in my beautiful country illegally.
But why? Are there laws telling you that you have to let the illegals go? Or is the system understaffed to deal with the problem... because management (all the way up to the president) is too lazy to properly deal with the problem?
And I don't know anybody that is being held indefinitely, save those accused of terrorism. We are letting more illegal aliens go than we are prosecuting.
For now, because Guantanamo is some kind of bullsh*t legal no-mans land, they are trying to extend some of the legal loop holes that exist at Guantanamo to the rest of the USA.
What goes on at Guantanamo is despicable, and goes against just about everything the USA is supposed to stands for. Kidnapping innocent people from their homes in foreign countries and locking them up, torturing them for years without trial will go down in history as one of the dumbest things the USA has done.
And finding a 50 pound bundle of dope 10 meters from where "Juan" is hiding in the middle of nowhere Arizona is more than enough evidence to link Juanito to the dope. You say it isn't?
Not sure how you came to that conclusion based on my previous comments. I say do your jobs, collect the evidence, charge the individual and let them have their day in court. I don't think citizenship should play much of a role, if you committed a crime you should be held accountable.
Oh, and WTF are you? IT consultant? WTF do you know about what is going on?
I was arguing how f^cked up the idea of indefinitely detention was... Which is incidentally what the previous comment and video were about. You took this thread off into the illegal drug smuggler direction, implying that they get special treatment because they are illegals, not anyone else.