Aberdeen, SD: Somali refugee found guilty of sexual assault in December is supposed to be sentenced today

Well, My, My, My… and why is the MSM not reporting on this especially during the protests over Trump’s 90day Ban on countries previously approved by congress during the Obama Administration? Yea-a-s-s-s

Refugee Resettlement Watch

Udate: Reader Elena found this tiny mention in the local news, rescheduled for April 10th.

Liban Mohamed was found guilty in December of attempted sexual assault of a special needs woman.  He was arrested last July after reportedly only being in the country for one week.

mike-mayor-levsen Aberdeen Mayor Mike Levsen has been an advocate for making Aberdeen another refugee placement site. Meat packing political power?  See here: https://refugeeresettlementwatch.wordpress.com/2016/04/16/heads-up-aberdeen-south-dakota-new-resettlement-site-being-proposed/

We are waiting to hear whether his sentencing will go ahead today as originally scheduled. (No mugshot is available!)

Here is my story from January 5th:

If you missed the story yesterday, go here, to learn about how an arrest, an indictment and a guilty verdict all went missing from local news reports about a Somali refugee who had been in the country one week before his July encounter with a special-needs woman.

Here is a recap and an update from…

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This Woman Needs to Be Arrested For Trying to Incite a Riot

Well, my, my, my… they are (including Geo. Soros).. getting close to subversion/treason along with incitement and conspiracy to incite… Which will not be too hard to remember when Jeff Sessions is in office… and now the Democratic Boycott on the conformation vote… should do in the Democratic Party…

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Below is a post written by Sarah Noble of Independent Sentinel on Elizabeth Warren, just one of the many on the left in the House and U. S. Senate sewing discord against President Trump while inciting riots on the streets of America, thereby undermining the Republic (and that is just in the House and Senate).

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Bizarre chanting and inciting a riot. This is nuts! Senator Elizabeth Warren was at Logan Airport yesterday lying about the travel ban being unconstitutional and trying to rile up the protesters. She should be arrested for attempting to incite a riot.

While Elizabeth Warren is out condemning Donald Trump, she herself has a sketchy past.

She has made a career of demonizing Wall Street, but she has taken advantage of crony corporatism herself.

Elizabeth Warren not only fought for a large corporation – Traveler’s Insurance – over the people who were poisoned by…

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Federal Court Stays Executive Order On Refugees

Great blog… but this must meet the muster of the law…

8 U.S. Code § 1182 – Inadmissible aliens | US Law | LII …
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8 U.S. Code § 1182 – Inadmissible aliens. … The Attorney General may not parole into the United States an alien … Any alien, inadmissible from the United States …
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Again, I don’t see where the ACLU provides the argument for the ‘stay’ and the subsequent injunction…

JONATHAN TURLEY

donald_trump_president-elect_portrait_cropped gavel2Yesterday, I discussed the constitutionality of the executive order halting all refugee entries to the United States.  Late on Saturday, U.S. District Court Judge Ann Donnelly ruled in favor of a habeas corpus petition filed by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU).  The petition was brought on behalf of two Iraqi men detained at John F. Kennedy International Airport on Friday.  As I discussed on CNN after the ruling, this is decision to stay not to enjoin. The latter will require a showing by the ACLU that it is substantially likely to prevail on the merits, a tough standard to satisfy.  Judge Donnelly effective froze developments in the case pending a hearing on the case.

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