CRAZY: Soldier returning from Afghanistan told by Sheriff to let squatting gangbangers remain in his home

 
CRAZY: Soldier returning from Afghanistan told by Sheriff to let squatting gangbangers remain in his home
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America is becoming a paradise for the criminals. A member of the US army has returned from Afghanistan to find a Latino couple squatting in his house. Both have serious criminal records. Both have served time in prison. The media, of course, doesn’t mention their immigration status. It is highly likely that one or both is an illegal alien. One of the thugs was shown talking on the news and has a thick accent.

Local authorities have sided with the gangbangers. They refused to get the thugs out of his house. The Sheriff’s department declared it a “civil matter” so they would not have do anything.

Situations like this are becoming increasingly common in the United States and the judicial system protects these thugs. Note that in this story the water company is refusing to turn the water on because the squatters are not legal residents. The water company is doing more to enforce the law than the Sheriff’s department.

WFLA News Channel 8

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