Does anyone care about the inhumane treatment of immigrants? How can we stand by and allow this flagrant disregard for human rights to continue? We condemn and sanction other nations for the very acts that our enforcement agencies are engaged in every day. An undocumented immigrant, the father of two children, beaten to death by a bunch of racist hoodlums. The murderers should be the targets for detention--in some prison for a long enough period to assure that they have learned that we don't condone that type behavior.
But the xenophobic, racist, bigots in that community probably sit back and bask in their victory: they've taken matters into their own hands and have eliminated one immigrant. And they have no sensitivity to the fact that they have taken a father and a husband away from some family. The victim worked at any job he could get to support his family. I'm sure he dreamed of pursuing the opportunities of the new world in which he had made his home. He probably dreamed of the educational opportunities for his children, that they could rise out of the destitution in which he had been imprisoned all of his life.
Raids, detention, deportation, fragmented families, destroyed hope, now murder--who feels proud of our ICE policy? The architects of our ICE policy need a lesson in Texas "law and order."