|From||David Drummond||3:640/305.0||Date Write||2018-06-28 09:13:13|
|To||Gregory Deyss||0:0/0.0||Date Arrived||2018-06-28 02:50:05|
On 27/06/2018 21:50, Gregory Deyss -> Dale Shipp wrote:|
DS>> In double checking, there are some rather legalistic definitions
DS>> defining who is and is not a US Person. These refugees may not fall
DS>> under those definitions, but they are still entitled to the full
DS>> protection of US law. And so is every one else who is on
DS>> American soil. Even Ward had that right when he goes to his BSA
GD> They are not American citizens, therefore not afforded anything from the
GD> including protection. You break the law you will be prosecuted.
So... non-US citizens are not protected by US law when they are in US, but they
can be prosecuted by US law when there?
You don't see that as a little one-sided?
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