Wednesday, March 5, 2008
Supreme Court ruling that has all but made the nation's public schools sanctuaries for illegal immigrants.
Complaining of racism and unfair treatment, students demonstrated on Main Street and drew adult counterprotesters. Irate parents confronted school officials. The police officer was taken off the school beat, and the program that put him on the high school campus was suspended. The school district protested Ms. Acosta's deportation. At least one teacher reported a few students stayed away for weeks, afraid they would meet the same fate.
Three months later, Ms. Acosta's case is still dividing people in Roswell, a town of 45,000, at least 44 percent of whom are Hispanic. 60% IN SCHOOLS ARE HISPANIC.
Karina Acosta came to Roswell from Mexico in 2004. Her teachers say that at first she felt alienated from other students and wanted to return to her home country.
On Nov. 27, she was driving her friend Brenda Molina and Molina's brother to school. Stopping in a fire lane outside the neighboring middle school to drop off the brother, she caught the attention of Roswell police Officer Charlie Corn, Roswell High's safety officer.
MS ACOSTA IS 18 YEARS OLD AN ADULT WHO IS ALSO FIVE MONTHS PREGNANT SHE CHOSE TO BREAK THE LAW PARKING HER BACKEND IN A FIRE LANE AND HAD NO DRIVERS LICENSE TO BOOT. SHE WAS DEPORTED BACK TO HER HOME COUNTRY. WHY IS GOING HOME ALWAYS SUCH A TRAVESTY WHINE WITH THE SCREAM OF RACISM WITH ILLEGAL ALIENS, WE JUST DON'T GET IT.
She was nailed outside of school she was never denied the Public Education farce for illegals, which apparently had a failed reproduction course on safe sex.