La Migra Suspected Of KC Kidnapping?!?

Just for giggles . . . 

Those of us who REALLY believe in the Constitution understand that that the Bill Of Rights applies to everyone on American soil . . . "Illegal" or otherwise. 

Just something to consider as we debate these ALLEGATIONS of roughness . . . And the obvious and somewhat understandable instinct by keyboard warriors for rough treatment of imagined enemies who help to power the U.S. economy against increasingly strong and efficient Far East markets . . .

The women filed a multi-count lawsuit Tuesday in U.S. District Court in Kansas City against the United States, Paul Eric Dechir and Patrick W. Thornbrugh, the two ICE agents involved. The sisters accused the agents of violating their Fourth Amendment rights through the use of excessive force and unlawful search and seizure. 

They also accuse the agents of assault and battery, false imprisonment and arrest, and intentionally and negligently inflicting emotional distress upon them, according to the court filing.

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Sisters thought ICE agents were kidnappers when mistakenly grabbed at KC area park

Two sisters visiting relatives in the Kansas City area allege they were injured and their civil rights violated when U.S. Immigration and Custom Enforcement agents grabbed them and took one of them into custody at an area park, according to court documents filed in federal court.