Family Appeals Father’s Deportation, Says It Violates Their Religion

For the first time in U.S. history, attorneys for an illegal immigrant in Houston are appealing to federal religious freedom laws to annul his impending deportation.

How will the left handle this?

  • deplorabledave

    Meanwhile back in Vancouver, the west end to be specific, this is what I found posted on lamp poles, paper boxes and empty store fronts while walking the ruffian.

  • Dana Garcia

    Deport the whole family. They can consider it a parting gift from America.

    • Observer

      They said it is against their religion to break up their family so your recommendation is the only viable option they have left open under the law, not that judges have cared about the law of late.

  • marty_p

    Breaking News – Mo stabs Police Officer in Flint Michigan while crying “Allah Snackbar” – NBC News says man has links to Canada.


  • Editor

    I figure he’s free to practice his religion all he wants, in El Salvador. If US immigration law is subordinate to his religion’s “requirements” is another question altogether. I wonder what his religion says about committing the crime of illegally entering a country.

  • Jabberwokk

    Well if he is Islamic he’s not wrong. Islam is suppose to dominate the world.

  • Maggat

    Sounds like a muslim, no?

  • Hard Little Machine

    The first question from the bench should be

    Are there limits to that freedom? Or is the government responsible to ensure any interpretation of any religion even if it violates Federal law?

    Boom. case over.

  • felis gracilis

    Not that I think much of his legal argument, but if there is going to be deportation, there are probably many thousands of religious adherents who are better candidates.

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      Two words: billable hours.