December 15, 2003

Federal Judges Discriminate
Against Americans
Since 1991, Judges Departed from Sentencing Guidelines in Favor of Aliens

Judges Depart from Federal Guidelines
As shown at left, since 1991, federal judges have given aliens (yellow bars) more lenient sentences than American citizens (blue bars). In 2001, non-citizens were given lighter sentences than called for by federal guidelines 28% of the time, whereas citizens were given lighter sentences only 13% of the time. (See study - scroll down page.)
For another example of preferential treatment of aliens, see today's rumor mill for story on how an illegal alien from Nigeria was released from prison before even serving his sentence.

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