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FromGregory Deyss1:267/150.0Date Write2018-06-27 22:36:21
ToDavid Drummond0:0/0.0Date Arrived2018-06-28 05:40:17
SubjRe: Trump, etc.
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On 06/28/18, David Drummond said the following...

DD> On 27/06/2018 21:50, Gregory Deyss -> Dale Shipp wrote:
DD>
DD> DS>> In double checking, there are some rather legalistic definitions
DD> DS>> defining who is and is not a US Person. These refugees may not fall
DD> DS>> under those definitions, but they are still entitled to the full
DD> DS>> protection of US law. And so is every one else who is on
DD> DS>> American soil. Even Ward had that right when he goes to his BSA
DD> DS>> camps.
DD>
DD>
DD> GD> They are not American citizens, therefore not afforded anything from
DD> US
DD> GD> including protection. You break the law you will be prosecuted.
DD>
DD> So... non-US citizens are not protected by US law when they are in US,
DD> but they can be prosecuted by US law when there?
DD>
DD> You don't see that as a little one-sided?
DD>
DD> --
DD>
DD> Regards
DD> David
DD>
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On 06/28/18, David Drummond said the following...

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

That was not my intention to Dale, he made it sound like illegal immigrants are
afforded the same due process, and have the same the same protections as an
American Citizen, clearly they do not. They are not afforded laws or rights
as written within the U.S. Constitution. But to your point if you would come to
the U.S. I would think you would have a passport, if so then you would not have
a problem getting into the country, but you would still be subject to our laws.
If you want to visit the American Embassy I am sure they could provide you
with whatever information that you wish to know.

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