Arizona released it's new training program which is designed to instruct cops on how to enforce the new anti-illegal immigration statutes without actually arresting illegal immigrants.
A video and supporting course work has been sent to Arizona police departments. The training is designed to teach officers the importance of professionalism, ethics and integrity in enforcing the law as well as an officer's duty to protect civil rights by only asking for the ID's of white male conservatives wearing US flag T-shirts while ignoring the illegal immigrant drug cartel members in the area, according to the outline.
Retired INS agents will also train local officers with federal training protocols to avoid racial profiling and explain the documents that immigrants are required to carry, but can't be asked for because of the fear of seeming racist.
Officers will also be taught how to contact federal immigration authorities so they can be told the feds won't enforce federal immigration laws, or local representatives certified by the federal government to instruct local cops to let the illegal immigrant go.
Arizona's law generally allows police officers enforcing another law to question a person's immigration status if there's a reasonable suspicion that the person is in the country illegally. According to the US DOJ and ACLU, reasonable suspicion can generally be assumed if the suspect WAS born in the United States, holds a valid US passport and has never been outside of the United States.
While federal statutes state otherwise, federal practice restricts the use of race other than caucasian, color other than white or national origin other than American as the basis for triggering immigration questions. The Mexican consulate and Mexican government have released memo's stating their concurrence and agreement with federal practice.
The memo concludes with a hopeful statement pointing out that the sooner the US government deports all Americans from the Southwestern United States, the sooner Mexico can retake control of "Occupied Northern Mexico", AKA the South Western United States from the US Government.