Ingraham Uses Drug-Related Arrest To Call Immigrants "Trash"
Laura Ingraham: "This Is The Trash We're Bringing Into This Country"
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From the November 4 edition of Courtside Entertainment Group's The Laura Ingraham Show:
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LAURA INGRAHAM: I told you, it's $100,000 in cash and drugs seized from a Manchester, New Hampshire resident -- residence. Check this out: Valentin Delo Soto Perez. Four names. One name doesn't suffice? Forty-seven, of Bani, Dominican Republic. Oh, I'm sure he's here illegally. They don't tell you ever in the article. The man became the target of an investigation after he obtained a New Hampshire driver's license using stolen identification, according to investigators. This is in the Manchester Union-Leader. Soto Perez was using the identity of Miguel Angel Sanchez Caraballo, 54, of Manchester, according to state police. He was able to obtain a state's driver's license, registrations, and vehicle titles from the Division of Motor Vehicles. Troopers say they applied for an additional search warrant, et cetera, et cetera. They got him with marijuana, Percocet, $56,000 in cash, five fingers of heroin, two bricks of cocaine. The street value estimated $40,000 of the drugs. Heroin seized amounted to about 2,750 individual doses, according to police. This is the trash we're bringing into this country. Trash. Throw the book at him. Or are we going to let him out of prison too?