Illegal alien to face justice over vehicular homicide?
'Is It Legal' on a possible miscarriage of justice being avoided
- Duration 7:08
- Date May 1, 2012
'Is It Legal' on a possible miscarriage of justice being avoided
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I -- listen Bill O'Reilly -- -- is -- legal segment tonight as we get get a radio commentary saying a 32 year old blogger contreras -- Guatemalan illegal -- charged with vehicular homicide Massachusetts.
Should not be deported before her trial.
Boston Herald first broke the story and it's outrageous it's contreras allegedly run down 39 year old Scott console and SUV.
And then fled the scene in Waltham a suburb of Boston.
-- in Massachusetts finally arrested her but she was going to be deported.
Rather -- the US criminal justice system now there are new developments joining us attorneys in -- soundscan legal forums we'll.
Really author of the brand new thriller eyes of justice.
All right so -- I'm gonna take partial credit for this car bomb in Boston Herald -- get most of it.
Because it was a judge in Massachusetts who basically said.
We -- -- woman free ticket back to Guatemala immigrant she's not gonna have to.
And you know stand trial and meanwhile this guy's family is devastated this woman was -- irresponsible I said no.
We sort of to call the judge -- we called everybody up dancing to got a little nervous you take.
That's exactly what have the prosecutor then went back to the original judge should -- 50000 dollar bail.
And should be able to post up with a cousin couldn't make it in with 50000 dollars so had a better go to the immigration judge and that's where the -- -- happen.
But what happened now as a prosecutor went back to that original judges that.
Hey you gotta revoke this -- -- she's got to got to stand trial flight and that's exactly and the judge did that that was the right thing -- what it.
Just -- one Nobel right no -- so why -- 50000 which is 5000 cash and that's what do worried about there were -- -- and take off.
And -- Nobel and now he's gonna have to stand -- passages -- I think that original touch has no clue that -- once -- the attacker lives and gentlemen correct that's.
Yeah yeah -- that line on it but I'll.
There is frozen credit there's a method you are mad as what we do these things and the -- -- able we started calling around.
Well there we call the judge recommended what are you gonna do.
And the as a well you know we'll look at it and they acted quickly got to give him credit they had -- which -- -- go to -- removal hearing after the criminal charges are adjudicated she's looking at you know these vehicular manslaughter charges and -- -- about two and a half years behind -- how -- two and a -- here's -- -- -- it's -- and I already miss -- He made an antenna up planes hit a two and a half years guy is sixty and a thirty even I think yes they're in high -- -- Yeah in Florida as you may know the -- was a drug test state employees of the state of Florida if you -- -- then went to the drug -- -- you have to do you working in a private company.
But it's got struck down by a federal -- right yes by the federal district court judge Ursula Ungaro said that this was a violation of the constitutional rights of these employees to be randomly subjected to a search -- violates the Fourth Amendment -- ACLU has also they're part of an article what kind of -- in my mind right rank you know because News Corp.
kin can drug that's me.
That's him right between private companies and then companies and I understand that -- -- constitutionally that -- what can I.
I think it was what -- public safety and there's 80000 employees that report to governor Scott there fifteen different agencies and he's saying I wanna make sure that people are operating machinery we're doing things like this.
Putt and I didn't I don't disagree as a federal prosecutor I was always subject to random drug and alcohol -- and that was just part of the work through the thick heads that you have you have.
Why this is opinion that any judge.
Say you can't do with this woods is just says that if there's not a reasonable access that you can't really prove that a lot of people have this drug or alcohol problem I think it's -- and everything yeah I that I hadn't thought it was so language from the area did and a Key West are okay at the gas.
They stated that hasn't sound does -- set -- -- -- -- a creek river dangers they're Florida yet business.
These guys what everybody know how and seeing some of our judges are the federal judge overturning -- state statute.
So I can get drug -- -- work for parents right right you can get drug test because she works of the threads putting you -- -- -- -- -- this federal judge you came running but it got me.
James Madison JC I don't know ten -- little Jamie -- -- five with rates.
Sit -- and honor the constitution but.
I'm drug test everybody except this eighths that's when JB yeah over my head Donald says that's right -- yeah.
Yeah I -- I'm playing.
-- -- -- I believe that then yeah.
I -- that about 1% of state employees do have drug and alcohol -- right what -- that's a lot.
It's more than that all right Allen Texas.
Wheels right there it is a couple.
Right market Rondo left eye care yes Clarksville Texas didn't -- in -- we remember the monkeys.
This is what what happened to them I'll tell us what happened at that.
They sued for defamation suit three years ago after these couple a couple of people's posted -- on until it anonymously a topic dot com horrible things about.
But they were murderers at the -- of -- All of these things that they were running you know there was a website -- -- -- Tom -- not hockey Ali anonymously ask that you in the Internet these little weasels.
-- hope awful things about these people.
So they sued.
The website exactly is no reason -- people about the web -- and they know who the people were they got a subpoena finally attached to something right that that the does that last a Texas judge instead anonymous -- we're gonna let you know who don't is that are those it is not a quote and I -- it's -- -- can -- about that aspect that I can't I took a Texas judge -- but I have.
He missed this precedent setting you get that this is important and I don't know how to technology OK the let me see here -- came at me.
All right you get subpoena and then you go to this website tops whatever it is -- -- -- Okay dot com -- disappeared from -- right all right and -- you can you can find -- how exactly who these people lost that right argues they posted on this website -- no longer shielded by the -- footprint is there forever you know what -- -- -- and it went back on their office so -- that is so that way.
Who did this subpoena by the way who who -- the color the cut up all the lawyers and -- -- got.
As they wouldn't get any found out who did it -- -- right and then he sued them right and they won thirteen million.
That's why isn't such a precedent setting case and this is I think it's the right call people write -- horrible thing that's not -- business says all the different.
Everything and this is all -- these three -- had a nice business.
-- everywhere I forget it but these are fed panel Laden's message not just opinion -- don't -- like them and they weren't -- I'm guilty of criminal charges and this was in quite prevail -- accent and what happened here is Dennis I have to yeah with a great talent it's just horrible.
Finally got thirteen million but these kids in the view that is the problem about China -- -- that however.
They're whole lives are ruined because -- anything they make they'll attach Randall chase them that I held up as a deterrent to -- -- -- that you know it's.
Good state like that in Texas who will -- -- -- Texas justice highlighted a lot that's different from Florida because he got this large you know.
Florida wants to do the right thing that they get these skinheads did federal court the floating around and that's -- ladies always a pleasure in this we would like you to know that if you buy a copy of killing -- -- -- billoreilly.com.
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