Supreme Court Rules That Illegal Aliens Have No Right to Release on Bond

Article author: 
Brenda Walker
Article publisher: 
Limits to Growth
Article date: 
March 4, 2018
Article category: 
National News
Medium
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Hopefully some conservative legal scholar will explain more about the meaning of a recent Supreme Court decision. The most interesting point to my non-lawyer mind was a sentence near the end of the article below: “Justice Breyer said the majority decision appeared to eat into a key 2001 Supreme Court precedent, the Zadvydas ruling, which established a six-month maximum on detentions in cases in which the government is trying to deport immigrants but their home country won’t take them back.”
 
Some terrible crimes have been committed by illegal aliens released into America when their home countries wouldn’t accept their deportation. Following is a small sample.
 
Below, Binh Thai Luc killed five people in San Francisco in 2012 after a failed deportation attempt in 2006 when Vietnam refused to take him. He was convicted of the crimes in 2017....
 
 
Immigrants [illegal aliens] being held for deportation don’t have an automatic right under the law to post bond and be set free, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled Tuesday in a decision that could give the Trump administration more freedom to pursue stiff detention policies for illegal immigrants who show up at the border claiming asylum....
 
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Justice Breyer said the majority decision appeared to eat into a key 2001 Supreme Court precedent, the Zadvydas ruling, which established a six-month maximum on detentions in cases in which the government is trying to deport immigrants but their home country won’t take them back.