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Ordinance targets Covington, KY, Illegal Alien rapes 9 yr old girl

To:
Rep. Pat Tiberi
Attorney General Mike DeWine

December 21, 2006

How UNSECURE will we let our border become ? Illegal aliens invade the USA to steal IDs, jobs, murder and rape.

Americans wants new leadership to SECURE our borders and ports.


Ordinance targets Covington Illegals By Kevin Eigelbach - Post staff reporter, Saturday Dec. 16, 2006

On Wednesday, a Boone County, Ky., judge sentenced an illegal Honduran immigrant to 30 years in prison for raping a 9-year-old girl.

In court, defendant Angel Juarez went on a tirade about his innocence and suggested he was singled out because of his ethnicity. He also admonished the United States and the government, incoming Covington City Commission Member Steve Megerle said. It was a good example of the disrespect illegal aliens have for this country, Megerle said.

When he takes office in January, Megerle plans to push for a Covington city ordinance that would address the problem of illegal immigrants. He wants to see employers who knowingly employ illegals and landlords who knowingly rent to them lose their licenses to do business in the city.

At a meeting earlier this week, the commission gave first reading to an ordinance that would make that happen. The ordinance would also make knowingly hiring or renting to an illegal a Class B misdemeanor, punishable by 90 days in jail and a $250 fine. To become law, the commission would have to give a second reading to the ordinance and vote to approve it. City Manager Jay Fossett said he would recommend the commission table the measure until he can research the matter further.

A similar ordinance in Hazleton, Penn., is tied up in litigation at the moment, he said. "We're monitoring that to see what happens," he said. But Megerle said he would make sure the ordinance does get a second reading. He thinks the city would prevail in a legal fight, and wouldn't mind if it forced the U.S. Supreme Court to clarify the
issue……………….


I ask all Senators, Congressmen & women -

Would you be willing to ask this girls parents about border security ?

Are you willing to permit the border to remain open ?

How many more criminals will you permit to cross our border ? Would another 100 rapists be permitted in ? Perhaps twenty ? Can we permit another 50 - 55 murderers in ? Even one more ?

How many more Americans must die ? or be raped ? SECURE the BORDER !

Gahanna , OH