This Sheriff Was Sued for Cooperating With ICE. Now, He’s Vindicated

Culpeper County Sheriff Scott Jenkins was sued for coopering with an ICE detainer request. Jenkins not pictured above. (Photo: SoCalShooter/Getty Images)

by Hans von Spakovsky & Greg Walsh

What should we do with illegal aliens who break local criminal laws?

Most people would agree that, once they’ve served their time, they should be removed from the country rather than sent back into the community where they can commit more crimes.

But the Legal Aid Justice Center of Falls Church, Virginia, disagrees. So when Culpeper County Sheriff Scott Jenkins turned Francisco Guardado Rios over to the Department of Homeland Security, the center filed a class-action lawsuit against the sheriff, claiming his actions violated the Fourth and 14th Amendments to the Constitution.

Thankfully, a federal judge has now thrown out that suit. Here’s how it went down. Read the rest HERE.


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1 Response to This Sheriff Was Sued for Cooperating With ICE. Now, He’s Vindicated

  1. Joe Z says:

    How would the U.S. Constitution protect an ILLEGAL ALIEN? You know, that ALIEN is ILLEGAL.

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