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Hardworking dad faces deportation for smoking pot, 17 YEARS AGO

 
Widespread Franklin (OP)

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Gotta start somewhere.
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yes, but with illegals that haven't applied for citizenship and don't pay taxes
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I had to move to So Wisconsin for awhile a few years ago. I tried to get a drivers license all legal like. The TWO people I dealt with wouldn't let me have one without my original birth certificate. I was adopted and all I have is an old beat up photo copy. Then, I had to have proof of my address. My family's owned land there since 1939 in a very rural area. Mail doesn't get delivered there, you have to drive miles into town to a PO Box so that was out of the question.

BOTH of the people at the motor vehicle office could barely speak English. They sounded middle eastern or something indiscernible.

Imagine that. MY family owned land there for over 70 years and a couple of people from other countries who can't even speak our language deny me a drivers license. I blew it off and sold the property and moved anyway.

GREAT folks there though. Whenever someone gets sick, injured or a house burns the whole town pulls together to help like I've never seen before. Food, clothes, benefits at restaurants and parks, donating time and equipment to help rebuild or renovate houses for someone who's handicapped.

You can't buy alcohol to take home after 9 pm unless you pay 4x the price for carry-out at a saloon. So you're forced to go out to a bar and drink if you don;t have a stash. Kind of weird. Where I was everyone, I mean everyone drinks from breakfast through the day and they call you a "doper" if you don;t drink but smoke weed.
 Quoting: Captain Spaulding 42913144


Wait, what?
You don't start drinking in the morning?
You must be a doper.
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Re: Hardworking dad faces deportation for smoking pot, 17 YEARS AGO
He's a good guy from my neighbourhood.
He works as a chef at a local Country Club.

The big issue here is back in '96 he had a law student represent him on state pot charges.

Wisconsin is weird with pot.
Here in Madison the cops have the discretion to charge simple possession as:
a municipal ordinance violation,
a county ordinance,
or a State criminal charge.

His law student 'lawyer' had him plead guilty, which instantly violated his federal immigration terms.

We all wish him the best outcome.
He has no family at all in Russia.
Local and state politicians have not been sympathetic to his cause.
 Quoting: wisc_natureboy


Do you realize he could turn out to be the luckiest SOB you've ever known?
Who wouldn't give anything to get out of the u.s. just before it really gets ugly here.
He could summon his family left in the u.s. from Russia.
 Quoting: DawaSatso


Yup get out of jail free card. Lucky bastard.
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Re: Hardworking dad faces deportation for smoking pot, 17 YEARS AGO
He's a good guy from my neighbourhood.
He works as a chef at a local Country Club.

The big issue here is back in '96 he had a law student represent him on state pot charges.

Wisconsin is weird with pot.
Here in Madison the cops have the discretion to charge simple possession as:
a municipal ordinance violation,
a county ordinance,
or a State criminal charge.

His law student 'lawyer' had him plead guilty, which instantly violated his federal immigration terms.

We all wish him the best outcome.
He has no family at all in Russia.
Local and state politicians have not been sympathetic to his cause.
 Quoting: wisc_natureboy


Do you realize he could turn out to be the luckiest SOB you've ever known?
Who wouldn't give anything to get out of the u.s. just before it really gets ugly here.
He could summon his family left in the u.s. from Russia.
 Quoting: DawaSatso


Yup get out of jail free card. Lucky bastard.
 Quoting: HundredthMonkey


You are missing the point.
The last time he got busted was 1999.
He did his time.
Besides, nobody does time for 2 joints, but he did.

No trouble at all in the last 14 years, and just now they decide to destroy his family by deporting him.

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Here is the full story:

" By the time Alex Timofeev got home from work at the Nakoma Country Club, had dinner and relaxed with his customary cup of tea, it was past midnight. When the doorbell rang in the early morning he tried to ignore it. But the ringing was insistent so he left his fiancée in bed, threw on some boxer shorts and went to the front door.

Timofeev says he found an "unassuming lady" who identified herself as an official with U.S. Immigration & Customs Enforcement, or ICE. At first he hoped it was about his petition for permanent residency, which he says has been in the works for years. "I thought, finally, some questions are going to be answered."

But the officer propped open the door, and a second officer, who had been standing by his van, ran over. Both followed Timofeev up the stairs to his second-floor apartment near Warner Park on Madison's north side.

The officers told Timofeev they had a warrant for his arrest but would not answer any questions. One walked around the apartment, checking all the rooms. Timofeev tried to text his boss at the country club, where he works as a chef, to say he wouldn't be in that day, but was told he couldn't make any calls. ..."

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Re: Hardworking dad faces deportation for smoking pot, 17 YEARS AGO
The 35-year-old now faces deportation because he was charged with marijuana possession as a 19-year-old.

Timofeev, 35, was taken in handcuffs to the Milwaukee office of ICE, where officials told him he had "abandoned" his citizenship petition and was going to be deported because of marijuana possession convictions in Dane County dating back to 1996. He was allowed one call and was then taken to Dodge County Detention Facility in Juneau.

[link to www.isthmus.com]
[link to now.msn.com]

Shouldn't he have an estimated 11 million other undocumented immigrants ahead of him?
 Quoting: Widespread Franklin


if it's on MSN it's propaganda.

probably to put some law through congress to allow illegal mexicans to stay in the Us.

you have to be suspicious of any sob story involving illegal aliens these days.
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Re: Hardworking dad faces deportation for smoking pot, 17 YEARS AGO
He's a good guy from my neighbourhood.
He works as a chef at a local Country Club.

The big issue here is back in '96 he had a law student represent him on state pot charges.

Wisconsin is weird with pot.
Here in Madison the cops have the discretion to charge simple possession as:
a municipal ordinance violation,
a county ordinance,
or a State criminal charge.

His law student 'lawyer' had him plead guilty, which instantly violated his federal immigration terms.

We all wish him the best outcome.
He has no family at all in Russia.
Local and state politicians have not been sympathetic to his cause.
 Quoting: wisc_natureboy


Do you realize he could turn out to be the luckiest SOB you've ever known?
Who wouldn't give anything to get out of the u.s. just before it really gets ugly here.
He could summon his family left in the u.s. from Russia.
 Quoting: DawaSatso


Yup get out of jail free card. Lucky bastard.
 Quoting: HundredthMonkey


You are missing the point.
The last time he got busted was 1999.
He did his time.
Besides, nobody does time for 2 joints, but he did.

No trouble at all in the last 14 years, and just now they decide to destroy his family by deporting him.
 Quoting: wisc_natureboy


+1
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All he has to do is go to Mexico, become a citizen then illegally enter the US and he's free again.
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Re: Hardworking dad faces deportation for smoking pot, 17 YEARS AGO
The crazy thing is that if he came into this country illegally, he wouldn't be kicked out. None of the illegal aliens with drug conviction are being kicked out.

They are deporting him because he is white.
 Quoting: samanthasunflower


DHS releasing hundreds of illegal immigrants, blaming budget cuts


Read more: [link to www.foxnews.com]
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Re: Hardworking dad faces deportation for smoking pot, 17 YEARS AGO
I just signed, sign it guys! The pain you have to go through to sign a little petition is nothing compared to what this guy is going through. Let's get it over 500 and give GLP a good name!
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Re: Hardworking dad faces deportation for smoking pot, 17 YEARS AGO
The 35-year-old now faces deportation because he was charged with marijuana possession as a 19-year-old.

Timofeev, 35, was taken in handcuffs to the Milwaukee office of ICE, where officials told him he had "abandoned" his citizenship petition and was going to be deported because of marijuana possession convictions in Dane County dating back to 1996. He was allowed one call and was then taken to Dodge County Detention Facility in Juneau.

[link to www.isthmus.com]
[link to now.msn.com]

Shouldn't he have an estimated 11 million other undocumented immigrants ahead of him?
 Quoting: Widespread Franklin


if it's on MSN it's propaganda.

probably to put some law through congress to allow illegal mexicans to stay in the Us.

you have to be suspicious of any sob story involving illegal aliens these days.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 41918871


MSM quotes this story

[link to www.isthmus.com]

NOW i admit msn did cut the story down significantly but the first link is the source. Maybe msn is the same as GLP and can't quote over 50% of an article....just saying
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Re: Hardworking dad faces deportation for smoking pot, 17 YEARS AGO
I had to move to So Wisconsin for awhile a few years ago. I tried to get a drivers license all legal like. The TWO people I dealt with wouldn't let me have one without my original birth certificate. I was adopted and all I have is an old beat up photo copy. Then, I had to have proof of my address. My family's owned land there since 1939 in a very rural area. Mail doesn't get delivered there, you have to drive miles into town to a PO Box so that was out of the question.

BOTH of the people at the motor vehicle office could barely speak English. They sounded middle eastern or something indiscernible.

Imagine that. MY family owned land there for over 70 years and a couple of people from other countries who can't even speak our language deny me a drivers license. I blew it off and sold the property and moved anyway.

GREAT folks there though. Whenever someone gets sick, injured or a house burns the whole town pulls together to help like I've never seen before. Food, clothes, benefits at restaurants and parks, donating time and equipment to help rebuild or renovate houses for someone who's handicapped.

You can't buy alcohol to take home after 9 pm unless you pay 4x the price for carry-out at a saloon. So you're forced to go out to a bar and drink if you don;t have a stash. Kind of weird. Where I was everyone, I mean everyone drinks from breakfast through the day and they call you a "doper" if you don;t drink but smoke weed.
 Quoting: Captain Spaulding 42913144


Wait, what?
You don't start drinking in the morning?
You must be a doper.
 Quoting: wisc_natureboy


s o r r y . . .
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Re: Hardworking dad faces deportation for smoking pot, 17 YEARS AGO
The 35-year-old now faces deportation because he was charged with marijuana possession as a 19-year-old.

Timofeev, 35, was taken in handcuffs to the Milwaukee office of ICE, where officials told him he had "abandoned" his citizenship petition and was going to be deported because of marijuana possession convictions in Dane County dating back to 1996. He was allowed one call and was then taken to Dodge County Detention Facility in Juneau.

[link to www.isthmus.com]
[link to now.msn.com]

Shouldn't he have an estimated 11 million other undocumented immigrants ahead of him?
 Quoting: Widespread Franklin


Normally I would strongly object to his deportation. But two years from now when the USA has been glassed, he will be thankful that his dumb conviction saved his life and hopefully his family's too.

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illegal aliens NEED to go thHOME...
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Thanks for that story, I read the whole account in the isthmus article you posted, I do wish him the best.
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All he has to do is go to Mexico, become a citizen then illegally enter the US and he's free again.
 Quoting: FatalW1shes

nopejesus

Where do you all get this bs from and do you really believe it? Also, do you personally know any Mexicans or do you work for ICE and know this to be a fact?

Have you ever traveled across the border as a Mexican? It's like the SS interrogating you - they certainly don't make it easy nor do they roll out the red carpet. Now, those who pay "coyotes" thousands of dollars to sneak them into the US ILLEGALLY through a desert or swimming across the river literally risk their lives and many get deported back right away upon being found, those are the people who are here illegally doing the jobs most Americans are too good to do,(such as pick fruit in fields, pick up trash, wash dishes in Asian diners, etc.) - those are the ones who, once they are here, apply for and receive all kinds of benefits. Just like the blacks, I guess, except most of these illegals work and live for their families and don't have a boner to destroy White people like your Obama supporters.

Doesn't mean they're right to come here illegally, but you all truly take it out of context and it's getting sickening to watch the same bullshit inflammatory posts on every god damn thread - in this case it was completely irrelevant and untrue. We are not your scapegoat - address the fucking problem from the root instead of blaming the lowest form on your imaginary totem pole.
Occam's Razor, morans!
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I just signed, sign it guys! The pain you have to go through to sign a little petition is nothing compared to what this guy is going through. Let's get it over 500 and give GLP a good name!
 Quoting: spike 32839928


Wow, I thought the petition was in this topic. The guy's brother posted a link to a petition at the bottom of the first article. Apparently he is up to over $50,000 in legal fees.

[link to www.ipetitions.com]
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Re: Hardworking dad faces deportation for smoking pot, 17 YEARS AGO
If he has already paid his debt to society, how can they touch him?
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The 35-year-old now faces deportation because he was charged with marijuana possession as a 19-year-old.

Timofeev, 35, was taken in handcuffs to the Milwaukee office of ICE, where officials told him he had "abandoned" his citizenship petition and was going to be deported because of marijuana possession convictions in Dane County dating back to 1996. He was allowed one call and was then taken to Dodge County Detention Facility in Juneau.

[link to www.isthmus.com]
[link to now.msn.com]

Shouldn't he have an estimated 11 million other undocumented immigrants ahead of him?
 Quoting: Widespread Franklin


Normally I would strongly object to his deportation. But two years from now when the USA has been glassed, he will be thankful that his dumb conviction saved his life and hopefully his family's too.

Stoned Prophet
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^^^^Heck yeah. I said the same thing on pg 1. Russia bans gmo's, monsanto seed & pesticide, their water is plentiful and clean, no chemtrails, (not sure about fracking), Putin isn't a freewheeling serial murderer or psychotic lunatic which populates d.c.. They don't parasite other countries, ram their people into despair with outsourced jobs, a roof over their heads...I could go on all day.

Dude is getting the break of his life leaving the u.s..
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Deport hIm to Australia. He would love it here..
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He is probably Orthodox

If he were Catholic, they wouldnot be doing this to him.

He should try for religious persecution

He should ask Putton for help

He needs to find other cases that are like his and compare religion.

Americans arenot aware of how much religious oppression and persecution goes on in this Country.
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He was convicted three times. And has been here since he was fourteen and is still not a citizen.
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One less mexican

clappa
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Now if we can just get rid of the illiterates...
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Russian has been in the U.S. for 21 years and has not become a citizen. Has been convicted three times for drugs. Get a clue.
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All he has to do is go to Mexico, become a citizen then illegally enter the US and he's free again.
 Quoting: FatalW1shes

:nopejesus:

Where do you all get this bs from and do you really believe it? Also, do you personally know any Mexicans or do you work for ICE and know this to be a fact?

Have you ever traveled across the border as a Mexican? It's like the SS interrogating you - they certainly don't make it easy nor do they roll out the red carpet. Now, those who pay "coyotes" thousands of dollars to sneak them into the US ILLEGALLY through a desert or swimming across the river literally risk their lives and many get deported back right away upon being found, those are the people who are here illegally doing the jobs most Americans are too good to do,(such as pick fruit in fields, pick up trash, wash dishes in Asian diners, etc.) - those are the ones who, once they are here, apply for and receive all kinds of benefits. Just like the blacks, I guess, except most of these illegals work and live for their families and don't have a boner to destroy White people like your Obama supporters.

Doesn't mean they're right to come here illegally, but you all truly take it out of context and it's getting sickening to watch the same bullshit inflammatory posts on every god damn thread - in this case it was completely irrelevant and untrue. We are not your scapegoat - address the fucking problem from the root instead of blaming the lowest form on your imaginary totem pole.
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please STFU. Mexicans have more rights and entitlements than most Americans.
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well dumb ass, in your first post u say
"Shouldn't he have an estimated 11 million other undocumented immigrants ahead of him? "
Then you say shouldnt he have gotten deported 17 year ago? Well maybe he IS the immigrant ahead of him as in maybe they finally caught up to the paper trails and they are 17 years behind? EVER THINK OF THAT GENIUS HUHUHUJ
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Russian has been in the U.S. for 21 years and has not become a citizen. Has been convicted three times for drugs. Get a clue.
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He was a teen, so what, and it was just pot.

if i were he i would grab the children, run and never once look back. He has no idea how lucky he is.
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Russian has been in the U.S. for 21 years and has not become a citizen. Has been convicted three times for drugs. Get a clue.
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He was a teen, so what, and it was just pot.

if i were he i would grab the children, run and never once look back. He has no idea how lucky he is.
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They are deporting him, not his family.

Relocating a wife and kids to an unknown area
while already 80K in debt and labeled a drug criminal
will not be that easy I suspect.
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Drug addicts should be shot in the skull.
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weed smokers are not drug addicts. You ever have a little sake? If so, then shut the fuck up.
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