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May 18th, 2018

old hippy

Ату его!!! (ICE - моя не самая любимая организация)

Автор этого поста - русскоязычный адвокат, девушка, которая закончила МГУ, а потом какой-то мухосранский (в Америке тоже есть свои мухострански) юрфак никому не известного универа.
Разумеется, ни в Нью-Йорке ни в Бостоне ни в Сан-Франциско, ни в Чикаго, далее везде, она работу не нашла.
Но она нашла свою вонючую адвокатскую нору нишу в Аризоне по специфической специализации, она пытается оставить в Америке мексов (да, я - расист, если вы не знали, рекомендую вам немедленно меня отфрендить)тех, которые перешли границу на Юге.
T.e., она - адвокат для нелегалов. В своем профайле она пишет, что она счастлива помогать этим людям. (правда, делает она это не бесплатно, она на своем счастье еще и зарабатывает)
Разумеется, она с особым сладострастием рассказывает о белом мужчине, да еще еврее, да еще давшем $500 на кампанию Трампа, который работает адвокатом в Нью-Йорке, где её бы не взяли ни в одну адвокатскую контору даже отвечать на звонки.
И этот ужасный белый жидовский расист возмутился, что в этом заведении говорят на испанском и совершенно справедливо предположил, что половина персонала - нелегалы.
Но это Нью-Йорк, sanctuary city, город в котором внаглую игнорируют усилия новой Администрации остановить поток нелегалов. Поэтому выставили виноватым его. И конечно девушка Наталья из Москвы, (чего ей в Москве не сиделось, а занесло в Аризону) очень рада поглумиться.

No me gusta

Трудно жить белому состоятельному господину в мире, где его всюду подстерегают нелегальные иммигранты. Респектабельный мужчина зашел в ресторан быстрого питания на Манхеттане. Пока он стоял в очереди за своим бутербродом, его слух был встревожен звуками испанской речи. Оказалось, что сотрудники забегаловки общаются между собой не по-английски. Товарищ явно был не аризонским, поэтому от звуков испанской речи у него случилась паническая атака, и он наорал на кассиров, требуя, чтобы они немедленно перешли на английский.

Пикантно то, что разговаривали в данном случае вовсе не с ним, то есть права лингвистически-ущемленного товарища как покупателя затронуты не были.
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old hippy

Наташа может и дальше радоваться, сезон "охоты на ведьм" открыт

‘Disgusted’ Officials File Complaint Against Man in Anti-Immigrant Rant

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Elected officials filed a complaint against Aaron Schlossberg, a Manhattan lawyer who they said spewed a racist rant at Spanish-speaking workers.Creditvia Facebook



Representative Adriano Espaillat, a New York Democrat who was born in the Dominican Republic, said on Thursday that he had filed a grievance with the court system against a man, believed to be a lawyer, who spewed a racist rant at Spanish-speaking workers in a Manhattan lunch spot.

The grievance named the man as Aaron Schlossberg, a lawyer in Midtown Manhattan, said Candace Person, a spokeswoman for Mr. Espaillat. Ms. Person said the name is based on social media and “credible reports.” Mr. Schlossberg, 42, did not return a phone call left at his office, she said.

Ruben Diaz Jr., the Democratic Bronx borough president, joined Mr. Espaillat’s complaint.




The court system’s attorney grievance committee investigates complaints to determine what action, if any, should be taken. Possible penalties include sanction and censure, a suspended law license and removal from the state bar, according to a spokesman for the New York State Unified Court System, Lucian Chalfen.

“We are sending this grievance to say that you cannot engage in xenophobia, bigotry, hate and get away with it. Such behavior should never be tolerated,” Mr. Espaillat said on Thursday.

old hippy

Продавец героина из Доминиканской Республики освобожден прямо в зале суда

Judge spares heroin dealer from jail

Feeley suggests drug dealing was a 'money' crime





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SALEM — A Peabody man found with more than half an ounce of heroin hidden in a secret compartment of his Volvo three years ago won't have to serve time in prison after pleading guilty to charges of drug possession with intent to distribute.

That's because, a Salem Superior Court judge reasoned on Tuesday, Manuel Soto-Vittini was just trying to support his family, and was not an addict himself.

"This was basically a money crime," Judge Timothy Feeley concluded, rejecting a prosecutor's request for one to three years in state prison.

Instead, Feeley imposed two years of probation on Soto-Vittini, 32, whose address was listed in court papers as 50 Warren St., Peabody.

"This was not a drug addict who was dealing to fund his own addiction," Feeley said, "but rather, a person who made some terrible judgments and decisions, but made them for what he thought was in the best interest of his family."

He said he considered that a mitigating factor.

Feeley also said he was taking into account the possible immigration consequences Soto-Vittini faces as a result of the conviction — an issue his attorney, Eduardo Masferrer, had raised in a sentencing memorandum filed before Tuesday's hearing.

Prosecutor Kristen Buxton argued the sentence takes into account none of the factors judges typically consider in sentencing.

"Now the court exercises its discretion to help him avoid deportation," said Buxton, who also told the judge she "could not disagree more" with the judge's rationale.

"This was not a one-time incident," said Buxton, noting police reports that suggested Soto-Vittini was making near-daily drug deals. "It's clear ... he was in the ongoing business of dealing heroin," the prosecutor said.

Soto-Vittini was arrested by Salem police in June 2015 after detectives received information about suspected drug dealing taking place in the area of Aborn and Bow streets, two side streets off Boston Street.

On June 11, detectives were conducting surveillance in the area when they saw Soto-Vittini's black Volvo pull up alongside a Honda sedan. As Detective Eric Connolly approached, the Volvo began backing up.

Soto-Vittini was ordered to stop at gunpoint. He and the driver of the Honda were both arrested. The woman allegedly had been making daily purchases of heroin from Soto-Vittini, which she would then bring back to an apartment house in Beverly and share with others living there, according to a police report.

After getting a search warrant, Salem police found two hidden compartments in the Volvo, one in the center console and the other behind the climate control panel. The compartments contained more than 40 small bags of heroin. Police also found two small bags of cocaine.

The amount of heroin initially reported was more than one ounce. As a result, a district court judge set bail at $100,000.

That amount was later reduced to $35,000 by a superior court judge, and it was posted 10 days after Soto-Vittini's arrest. It was later further reduced.

The case was pending for nearly three years as Masferrer filed and argued a series of motions to dismiss charges and suppress evidence, none of which were successful.

Prosecutors did agree to reduce the original heroin trafficking charge, which carried a minimum mandatory 3 1/2 years in prison, to possession of heroin with intent to distribute. Soto-Vittini also faced possession of cocaine with intent to distribute.

Masferrer asked the judge to go even further and accept a plea to distribution of an unspecified Class A and Class B controlled substance.

The judge granted the request.

Masferrer suggested to the judge that Soto-Vittini, who is originally from the Dominican Republic but who had legal permanent resident status, is still in jeopardy of deportation, something he argued would be "catastrophic."

He included letters from Soto-Vittini's longtime girlfriend, with whom he has two children, and his mother. And he argued that his client had no significant record.

Masferrer also contended that had the case been heard in district court, Soto-Vittini would not have received jail time — a suggestion Buxton quickly corrected, saying she has spoken to several district court prosecutors who say that's not true.

Soto-Vittini's brother, Michael Soto-Vittini, of Salem, was sentenced in an unrelated case to serve 18 months of a 2 1/2 year jail term by a Gloucester District Court judge following his own arrest on heroin distribution charges in that city back in July, 2015.