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Chris Christie On Illegal Immigration


 "Being in this country without proper documentation is not a crime," Chris Christie.


The Latino Leadership Alliance of New Jersey invited U.S. Attorney Chris Christie to speak before them at a Dover church public forum.  With most of the attendees, Hispanic, the topic soon lead to questions about 'illegal immigrants.'  

Chris Christie ran for governor of New Jersey two years after this meeting.


Christie at church forum: Illegal immigrants aren't criminals

 By Julie O'Connor/Star-Ledger Editorial Board The Star-Ledger
U.S. Attorney Christopher Christie surprised many at a Dover church public forum when he said sneaking into the United States is not a criminal act.

"Being in this country without proper documentation is not a crime," Christie told more than 60 residents and town officials. "The whole phrase of 'illegal immigrant' connotes that the person, by just being here, is committing a crime."

Being undocumented may be a civil wrong, but it's not a criminal act, Christie said.

"Don't let people make you believe that that's a crime that the U.S. Attorney's Office should be doing something about," he added of entering the country illegally. "It is not."

After touching on the usual topics of his corruption-busting career and battles against gang violence, Christie fielded questions -- mostly on immigration issues -- from Morris County residents and community leaders in an open forum that at times grew heated.

The U.S. attorney had been invited by the local chapter of the Latino Leadership Alliance of New Jersey, a statewide group formed to empower Latinos to obtain political, economic and social equity, and hosted by the First United Methodist Church of Dover.

While Christie told the audience it doesn't take a "genius" to see there's a "serious immigration problem" in this country, he stressed an undocumented immigrant is not a criminal unless that person re-enters the country after being deported.

Rather, the state's top federal prosecutor called the problem of undocumented immigration "an administrative matter" that U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement is supposed to address.

"If there are people out there committing crimes, they should be dealt with," Christie said. "If there are undocumented people running around, then Immigration and Customs Enforcement should do their jobs."

The U.S. attorney said he supports more secure U.S. borders -- "first and foremost from the terrorism perspective" -- but added that "certain leaders around the state that have demagogued on this issue" are "ill-informed."

In August 2007, Christie had engaged in verbal battle with Morristown Mayor Donald Cresitello, whom the U.S. attorney has accused of "hyperbole and grandstanding and demagoguery" for calling some protesters at a local immigration rally Marxists and Communists.

That kind of language is not helpful, Christie reiterated yesterday.

Cresitello had said the protesters he was referring to identified themselves as Communists, waving red flags and holding signs that bore socialist slogans. In turn, the Morristown mayor had accused Christie of failing to uphold federal laws that ban the hiring and harboring of undocumented immigrants.

But Christie pointed to a new policy directive by state Attorney General Anne Milgram, who had ordered local officers to check the immigration status of all suspects charged with serious crimes or drunken driving.

Milgram's announcement was made in the wake of the Newark schoolyard killings, in which an illegal immigrant has been charged.

Christie, a Republican appointed in 2002 by President Bush's administration, has secured more than 100 corruption convictions in his office -- including former Newark Mayor Sharpe James this month on fraud and conspiracy charges after a four-year federal probe.

Yesterday was a chance for members of the Latino community to get a sense of how they might connect with his office and respond to immigration issues in their towns, organizers said.

"The issue of undocumented people didn't start with the Mexicans, the Colombians and the Guatemalans," Martin Perez, the alliance's president, said in his introduction. "It started with the Mayflower -- none of those people had any documents." 


When it comes to government corruption, every citizen loses.

Government corruption, which is quite obvious in this case, is the vilest form of governmental abuse of power. As a retired police officer, this case violates every tenet that I placed my life on the line for every day, in order to uphold our constitution. Shame on New Jersey. Your state government's reputation precedes you, and this case confirms why.      Thomas Rossi

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 Vietnam vet alleges corruption, conflict of interest in New Jersey courts

He has clear evidence that this corruption starts in New Jersey's Supreme Court.  (Chris Christie still remains' silent.)



 Jack Cunningham's case is interesting, I have run into certain things in NJ courts myself…

Statute of limitations issue is bogus… fraud has no limitation in federal court, and Statute of limitations runs from the time the fraud is found… It is an act to deceive, an act of fraud, an act to manipulate due process, - sanctions should be implemented – One of many cases spell this out… Referring both to the objective and subjective elements, we have held that qualified immunity would be defeated if an official "knew or reasonably should have known that the action he took within his sphere of official responsibility would violate the constitutional rights of the [plaintiff], or if he took the action with the malicious intention to cause a deprivation of constitutional rights or other injury." Harlow et al v. Fitzgerald, 457 U.S. 800; 102 S. Ct. 2727; 73 L. Ed. 2d 396; (1982). (Emphasis added)

File a civil suit in the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey (federal court) - file this Civil Complaint under U.S.C. 28 §1331, federal question, civil actions arising under the Constitution, under U.S.C. 42 §1983, a civil action for deprivation of rights, and U.S.C. 42 §1985 a civil action for Conspiracy to interfere with civil rights against all Defendant’s you can list (growing list below)… you can do it pro se and file an application to proceed indigent… all documents are on the District of New Jersey (federal court)’s web site…  

State courts have concurring jurisdiction over this type of civil suit, it can be filed in state court BUT Federal Courts are more easygoing with Pro Se writings, minor errors in format and rules etc… And if a state attorney represented anyone, the challenge here would be if he was authorized to do so… i.e. an application filed for their service, defendant within the scope of employment… etc… if not.. it was fraud…

Check out the principles of the Noerr-Pennington Doctrine… first Amendment Rights… you may have further elements to build your case…

Void Judgments, move to vacate previous judgments for harmful errors, constitutional violations, fraud… etc… all forms and docs you need are on the court web sites.


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Would be Defendants (Adding to this list)
Jane Schmidt, CSR
John McGill, III, Esq.

Joe B. Truland, Jr., Esq.

James H. Maynard, Esq.

Edward P. Busichio, Esq.

Brian W. Banasiak, Esq.

Robert D. Correale, Esq.

Bonnie C.  Frost, Esq. 

Robert L. Stober, Esq.

Janet BrownLee Miller, Statewide Coordinator 

David E. Johnson, Jr., Esq. 

Regina M. Garb
Timothy L. Barnes, Esq. 
William A. Krais, Esq. 
M. Sheilah O'Halloran


 Chris Christie sits on his own Veteran scandal, hoping it blows away.   Press HERE for details