Thursday, July 3, 2008

A Small Victory For Sanity In SF

Things are happening fast and furious here. I don't have time to comment on it all now so here's the links in order of most recent....

Long story short... after public outcry and threats from the U.S. Attorney's Office, the City of SF has said it has discontinued both the practices of flying illegal alien juvenile criminals home and outsourcing them to group homes. Promising words. But this is only a change in policy - not ideology - as is clear from the comments of the Mayor and especially William Sifferman, the head of the Juvenile Probation Dept.

From The SFGate (SF Chronicle)...

Escaped Crack Dealer Nabbed (7/03)

Policy on convicted felons changes (7/02)

Newsom: Court has final say (7/02)

8 crack dealers in S.F. walk away (7/01)

Probe into migrant- offender protection (6/29)

Editorial: No sanctuary for drug dealers (7/03)

Officials: Expect bigger crowd at Juvenile Hall (7/03)

From The Examiner...

Safe Haven Ends For Felonious Juveniles by Brent Begin

Other Articles...

San Francisco To Halt 'Sanctuary' Policy from Washington Post

No comments: