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Tucson Police Chief: Upholding Federal Law By Cracking Down On Illegal Aliens Is Bad

Chris Mangus is the police chief of Tucson, New Mexico. He obviously has a problem in arresting certain law breaker, but, I bet if you decided to perform a little
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