My latest syndicated column is up: The dangerous game of catch-and-release. Following up on a post I wrote last week, I interviewed New Ipswich, New Hampshire, police chief Garrett Chamberlain, who blew the whistle on federal immigration authorities when they refused to take ten admitted illegal aliens into custody. Officials told Chamberlain to let the illegal aliens go.
The infuriated chief took a photo of the scene as the illegal aliens were let loose and sent me a copy:
“You gotta be kidding me!” Chamberlain said his response was to the feds. He is hoping that going public will galvanize his fellow citizens.
And to all my law enforcement and Department of Homeland Security readers, feel free to e-mail me your catch-and-release photos or horror stories. I’ll make a semi-regular Walk-Away Wednesday feature out it.
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