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Gov Jan Brewer struck a deal with the Tennessee-based private prisons giant Corrections Corporation of America that if they housed the illegals instead of deporting them, she'd get a huge chunk of money in return when they made huge profits. So is her anger over the rulling really about the money she might not get now? Brewer’s CCA Money and Her Possible Conflict of Interest Over SB 1070 Several months before signing SB 1070, Governor Jan Brewer accepted hundreds of dollars in “seed money” for her clean elections campaign from corporate executives and others with a possible stake in Arizona’s “papers please” legislation becoming law. In all, seven executives with the Tennessee-based private prisons giant Corrections Corporation of America contributed $980 for the governor’s start-up fund with Arizona’s clean elections system. A warden for one of CCA’s Arizona prisons gave $100. A CCA shareholder gave $140. Lobbyists listed with the state of Arizona as having CCA as a client gave another $560, for a total of $1,780. In addition, CCA has contributed a whopping $10,000 to the campaign for Prop 100, the one cent sales tax heavily promoted by Brewer, which is up for approval by voters today. The success of Prop 100 is considered by many to be the linchpin for a Brewer victory in November. How does CCA stand to gain from SB 1070? CCA, which houses 75,000 offenders and detainees in more than 60 facilities nationwide, operates six prisons in Arizona, three of which list U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement as a client: Florence, Eloy, and the Central Arizona Detention Center. “The more folks that get pulled over and detained, the more money CCA makes,” said Monica Sandschafer, executive director of the Phoenix immigrant rights group federal court injunction, which stands for Living United for Change in Arizona. “It’s a pretty disturbing connection between Brewer and this company.”
Maybe you should read the opinion BEFORE you celebrate too much! The Judge stated that the police can arrest a non-US citizen for not carrying their paperwork with them as required by law! What she blocked (temporarily) was the right of Hinesville to try these criminals in an Hinesville court. They have to be tried in a federal court. Their asses still get carted off to jail!
Obviously, since a state cannot deport or exile people, they will have to imprison them at a cost of about $50,000 a year each. America has 10 times as many prisoners per capita as Germany and the profit the private prisons are making is part of the reason. California has 3700 inmates serving life sentences for non-violent misdemeanors such as bicycle theft, due to their mandatory sentencing of repeat offenders. "THEY CAME FIRST for the Communists, and I didn't speak up because I wasn't a Communist. THEN THEY CAME for the trade unionists, and I didn't speak up because I wasn't a trade unionist. THEN THEY CAME for the Jews, and I didn't speak up because I wasn't a Jew. THEN THEY CAME for me and by that time no one was left to speak up."
Not surprising, but it sure does explain what Brewer is REALLY up to. "Follow the money," I always say.
No, she wants the illegals out of the state. It's her job...