Skip to comments.DREAM Act, immigration not mentioned in teen's suicide notes
Posted on 12/02/2011 7:23:04 PM PST by moonshinner_09
MISSION The recent suicide of an illegal immigrant fanned the flames of a controversial measure to legalize certain students who were sneaked into the country as children, prompting, among other things, a Friday morning ceremony in Los Angeles and a proclamation on the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives.
But in the 11 pages of suicide notes that Hidalgo County investigators released to the family of Joaquin Luna on Friday, there is not a single mention of immigration or of the failed Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors (DREAM) Act, as was mistakenly reported by various news outlets.
Hidalgo County Sheriff Lupe Treviño said he could not release the notes, which an investigator found in a Bible, until the investigation confirmed that the case was indeed a suicide.
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They got their headlines, they really didn’t care if it was true or not
LOL, try propaganda!
Deport ALL illegals!
You nailed it right there!
Mistakenly? Who do they think their kidding. They knew it was a lie and published it for it's propaganda effect. That's what they do.
Let no good crisis go to waste?
“as was mistakenly reported by various news... “
I doubt it was a mistake.
The MSM do not make “mistakes”. They wear their agenda proudly for all to see and without pretense or being “fair” or “balanced”. They are the willing propagandists of the Left. Whereas Goebbels had to initially coerce the German media, the American media falls all over themselves to suggest ways to help the Left. The MSM “Fourth Estate” is the current repository of evil in the land.
didn’t stop out local Pioneer Press from repeating the lie:
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