At the Fort Hamilton Army Base, the law is the law

On June 1, Brooklyn’s Fort Hamilton Army Base was thrust into the national immigration debate when U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement were contacted because workers there discovered that Pablo Villavicencio had a warrant for his deportation.

While many have attacked Fort Hamilton for its actions, staff there were merely doing their duty and following the law. I do not think anyone takes any joy in seeing a devoted husband and father separated from his family. However, to suggest anyone at Fort Hamilton acted inappropriately is wrong.

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“The Right View,” published in the Brooklyn Courier Life Imagine sitting at a bar in Brooklyn and seeing many eyes glued to a football game in which the Cleveland Browns are driving for a last-second touchdown before the game is […]

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