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Topic - Andrew Lorenz-Strait
The Obama administration's appointment of a public advocate for immigrant concerns about law enforcement policies makes a "mockery of the laws of the United States," the National Border Patrol Council said Wednesday.
He said ICE already had "abandoned its responsibility" for deporting illegal immigrants when the agency's director, John Morton, issued a memorandum saying the agency would employ "prosecutorial discretion" to drop cases where illegal immigrants had no significant criminal history.