NEW YORK (AP) Fifteen states and the District of Columbia sued the U.S. government Wednesday to block President Donald Trump’s plan to end protection against deportation for young immigrants who New York’s attorney general labeled the best of America.
Source: Washington, other states to sue over Trump’s ‘Dreamer’ repeal plan | KOMO
[Ed.: Oh, this should be good on how a federal judge magically rules that Obama’s unilateral action (read: unconstitutional) to create DACA is completely kosher and then rules that the same branch that created it cannot dismantle it.]
BURIEN, Wash. – A 19-year-old woman was bludgeoned and sexually assaulted in the gym of her Burien apartment complex last month, causing serious injuries to her face and head. The 23-year-old man charged with her assault is also said to have grabbed a teenage girl’s buttocks and stared at girls at the pool shortly before the attack. Salvador Diaz-Garcia is charged with second-degree assault, second-degree rape and third-degree child molestation for the acts that occurred June 25.
Source: Charges: Woman bludgeoned, raped at Burien apartment complex
[Ed.: Time to give this creeper some serious punishment and then deport his sorry ass if he’s not a citizen and revoke his citizenship if he is.]
Kentlake High School students are prevented from attending a Canadian band festival because of considerations for undocumented students. This is why. For about two decades, Kentlake High School has sent students to Victoria B.C. for a major band festival.
Source: Why Kentlake High School students are not going to Canada
When Trump supporters took up shop in Westlake Park, KIRO Radio’s Jason Rantz thought all hell would break loose the second the anarchists found out.
Source: Rantz: Thank Trump supporters for peaceful May Day
Taxpayers in Seattle will soon be paying for illegal aliens to receive legal services against deportation charges in federal court.
Source: Seattle Doling Legal Aid for Illegal Aliens
OLYMPIA, Wash. — A Washington State Patrol trooper has been reprimanded for her actions in a February traffic stop that ultimately resulted in the deportation of a undocumented immigrant, documents reviewed by KOMO News show.
In February, Armando Chavez Corona was rear-ended along Interstate 5 in Tacoma. When his driver’s license was checked, the State Patrol found a notification request by Immigration & Customers Enforcement for a felony drug conviction in the early 1990s.
Source: Exclusive: Trooper reprimanded in traffic stop that resulted in man’s deportation | KOMO
[Ed.: So, what happened to equal protection under the law? This is why “Sanctuary Cities or States” are complete folly. The guy is a drug dealer and an illegal immigrant. We should not be giving him a special pass just because he’s broken immigration law? If this was a US Citizen with a felony federal warrant, he/she would be given no special dispensation. How is that fair?]
Seattle mayor demands to keep federal money and all of his illegals. That isn’t how this is supposed to work.
Source: Seattle Sues To Get Federal Money While Harboring Illegals
Seattle will argue that an executive order by President Donald Trump that some jurisdictions “violate federal law in an attempt to shield aliens from removal from the United States,” violates the Constitution by trying to make local governments to enforce federal law.
Source: Seattle sues Trump administration over ‘sanctuary cities’ order
KING COUNTY, Wash. – King County has made a very special kind of list. The Department of Homeland Security on Tuesday released its first edition of a report of the cities and counties that don’t honor Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) requests to hold undocumented immigrants who have been picked up in connection with crimes.
Source: King County makes Trump ‘naughty’ list; councilman doubles down | KOMO
King County is being shamed by the Department of Homeland Security for not complying with ICE detainee requests and county officials aren’t backing down.
Source: King, Snohomish counties at odds with feds over immigration
[Ed.: So, what about the oaths of office that you people took to “support the Constitution of the United States and the Constitution of the state of Washington, and will faithfully and impartially discharge the duties to the best of your ability”?]